Being a woman is a lifestyle not a part-time job

Modern women need modern solutions to all kinds of problems. Especially when it comes to their most personal, but then again most problematic parts.

How often have you changed your outfit last minute or your plans, because of your period?

Modern women cannot be bothered to get distracted by such trivial moments as menstruating. In a world full of competitiveness, and a society changing faster than the weather in Denmark, we have no time to lose focus of the more important things- self-care, career, family.

We are super-women! No matter what, no matter when.
— Female Cup.

As such, we work more, and better, we accomplish more and greater.

We should NOT forget something very important, though.

We have to support each other, help each other, and connect with each other. This is why our girls-only-team decided to created something special only for women. At Female Cup, we not only offer a demand-supply connection, but also we want to be close to our girls and connect them with one another. We are giving a kickstart to an all-women community that is connected around a common style of life:

being the best YOU at any period.

How much does your period actually cost?

Being a woman is actually expensive.

Have you ever wondered how much money do you actually spend per month on your period? Or per year? Or in a lifetime? 

Women usually get their period around the age of 12-14 and go into menopause when they are 50 years old. This is around 37 years of monthly menstruation. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days, or 13 periods per year. Monthly, every healthy woman menstruates for between 3 to 7 days. On average you use around 20 tampons or pads per period. Let’s assume that one pack of either one of them costs between 5 - 7€. 

6*13 = 78 € per year, or 2,886 € in a lifetime spent on your period. 

2,886 € in a lifetime spent on your period. 

Sanitary products are not only bad for the environment, but are also not so budget-friendly. We believe, all of us could spend this amount of money on something much nicer, or at least, not on a human necessity that you cannot run away from. Being a woman and bleeding on a monthly basis is one thing, but having to pay this amount of money on top of it is just unfair. Women must have at least the option to chose how to deal with their “lady problems”.

This is why we at Female Cup have a solution for you. 

Our menstrual cup can last for 10 years. Meaning, you need to buy only 3 in your whole life. One Female Cup costs only 30€.

This adds up to 90€ in total. 

Do you really need to think again before getting your own menstrual cup? 

Feel free to visit our store and pick your size and colour in our Shop.

What is a menstrual cup?

Smart ladies know better

Are you wondering what a menstrual cup is, how does it work, and why is it the solution for modern girls? If you answer yes to any of these questions continue reading.

What is a menstrual cup, actually?
The Female Cup is a silicon menstrual cup that collects menstruation instead of absorbing it. It is based on a 100% medical-grade silicone, which makes it the safest alternative to use while on your period. The cup does not contain any additives that may harm your own body, as tampons and pads do. The Female Cup is in fact antibacterial on its own, due to the slippery surface of silicone. Tampons and pads, on the other hand, can often cause a bacterial infection or misbalance the natural pH levels in your vagina. Getting your period is already as uncomfortable as it is, why make it worse?

“How do you work your way with a menstrual cup?” - one might ask.
Using a menstrual cup is a simple as it could be, too. You put it in as it is explain here , you empty the content no later than 12 hours after you put it in, wash it, and insert it back inside your vagina. How often exactly do you have to empty the menstrual cup depends on every woman’s body. Using a menstrual cup, however, prevents you from constantly fearing that your favourite dress will be ruined or someone else will know that you are menstruating. The Female Cup does not leak, since it stick to the vaginal walls. Nothing goes out, unless you decide it.

Why switch to a menstrual cup now?

Switching to the Female Cup menstrual cup might sound a bit scary, but from personal experience, once you get used to it, you will wonder why haven’t you done it earlier.
Empowering women begins with letting them have a saying about their own body. Being able to feel comfortable even in the most unpleasant times is a must, for all of us. Modern women need modern solutions, in order to be free to prosper and maybe conquer the world.

The change begins when you become the best YOU at any period.
— Female Cup.