I’m glad to see the increasing hype about menstrual cups and it seems to continue to be gaining greater attention too. To me, this is a good thing. It was 3-4 years ago that I came across them and I immediately saw there are some excellent reasons to switch to menstrual cups. Back then, there was only really one choice, but now feminine hygiene manufacturers have cottoned on and we have more choices.
They are still unconventional and for newbies, it can be rather daunting to know where to begin but once you know how to use a menstrual cup, you’ll wonder why you didn’t switch ages ago. For ladies who already use tampons, the conversion is slightly easier, but nothing should put you off. There is nothing unsafe or unhygienic about menstrual cups id you use them as directed.
It’s important to make the right choice for you but as they are all pretty similar, it’s mostly a case of personal preference. Here are the best menstrual cups to buy right now. All of them are highly rated on Amazon.
1. Diva Cup
Probably the most well-known brand the Diva Cup comes in two sizes: Size 1 for women under 30 who have never given birth and size 2 for women over 30, or women who have given birth.