Step 1

Rinse cup & Wash hands

Step 2

Fold cup in half

Step 3

Insert the entire cup, including the stem

Step 4

Run your finger around the bottom to ensure there are no bumps and the cup has popped open

Step 1

Wash hands

Step 2

Gently squeeze the base of the cup to release the suction & pull down to remove it

Step 3

Empty the contents straight into the toilet

Step 4

Rinse cup before reinserting

Step 1

Before your first use, boil your cup for 5–10 minutes

Step 2

Before insertion & after removal, wash your cup with a mild, unscented, oil-free soap

Step 3

Clean the rim and the holes (ensure you give those four holes at the top of your cup some much needed attention)

Step 4

Your cup likes to be kept in its cotton bag, away from perfumes or anything scented

vinegar

scented/fragranced soap

oil-based soap

rubbing alcohol

anti-bacterial soap

baking soda

hydrogen peroxide

bleach

dishwashing soap

dishwasher

Time to replace

A little staining is natural, but if you see extreme discolouration, experience irritation, or notice any other signs of deterioration, then it’s time to change that cup.

We also recommend not using the same cup after a yeast infection.