Period Cup

New

Period Cup

Cora

New

Period Cup

Cora

Upgrade your period experience with a period cup that’s got it all. Simple-to-use, ultra-soft, and reusable for up to 10 years, it’s an even more sustainable way to navigate your cycle.

Sustainable goodness

Cora uses nothing but hand-selected ingredients for their cruelty-free period care products like 100% certified organic cotton. And they’re active in their mission to alleviate period poverty around the world.

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Why we love it

One of the most comfortable and straightforward period cups you’ll ever use, this one by Cora is a greener alternative to pads and tampons. Made from ultra soft, medical-grade silicone, it’s easy to fold and insert, and you get up to 12 hours of leak protection. Either size will fit most menstruating humans but if you’re looking for the best fit for your body, here’s some extra details to help you decide. Size 1 holds 22 mL of liquid (about 2-3 regular tampons) and is best if you haven’t given birth. Size 2 holds 29 mL of liquid (about 3-4 regular tampons) and is best if you’ve given birth or experience light bladder leaks.

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Shipping

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How it does good

Re-imagining the period

Around the world, an estimated 100 million girls experience period poverty. Launched as a force for change, Cora is on a mission to give every girl the right to experience her body the way it was intended by using a percentage of profits to provide pads and health education through their partners in India, Kenya, and the United States. And with period care products that are carefully made to radically reduce the amount of plastic and waste generated compared to competitors, Cora is making period care that you can trust to be good for your body and the planet.

  • responsible sourcing

    Cora exclusively uses certified organic cotton that’s grown without synthetic pesticides or harmful chemicals, ensuring their products are hypoallergenic.
  • supporting key causes

    In 2020, Cora proudly donated 12.4 million pads and tampons to 1.5 million girls, including 3.2million pads to 50,000 women and girls in the U.S. And as part of their mission to focus on stateside BIPOC, 81% of those donations went to organizations serving BIPOC communities, including Support the Girls, #HappyPeriod, and Homeless Period Project.
  • recyclable packaging

    Cora is working on eliminating plastic where possible, and focusing on recyclable and upcycled product packaging.
  • Certified B Corp

How to use it

Pinch using the finger indent. Fold in half, holding it in one hand. Insert as easily as a tampon. For more details, refer to the how-to guide included with your period cup, or visit https://cora.life/pages/how-to-insert-cup. For best results, wash your cup with pH-balanced Cora’s cup cleanse, or pH-balanced soap or mild, fragrance-free soap to avoid irritation.

When you're done...

The outer box and aluminum tin are curbside recyclable. The plastic lid is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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About the Brand

Cora

Cora

Cora advocates for women’s health by empowering women around the world and making thoughtful period products made from organic materials. While traveling through developing countries working for women’s human rights, Founder Molly Hayward saw firsthand how menstruation negatively affects girls and women who are unable to afford period care. Many end up suffering from infections and health problems by resorting to unsanitary materials. Back in the U.S., she learned that menstrual products could contain synthetic materials and chemicals like pesticide residues. From then on, she knew she wanted to create a brand that would advocate for women's health around the world with products that re-imagine the period experience.
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