Soft Period Cup
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That time of the month can already be stressful, especially for menstruating humans who get cramps on cramps or have sensitive bladders. This soft period cup was made for anyone who feels extra discomfort or are looking for a softer alternative to firmer cups. Made from medical-grade silicone and wearable for up to 12 hours, it’s proven to be safe and it maintains your natural pH so you can go about your day with ease. And a single cup can last for up to 10 years.
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How it does good
Breaking the cycle of plastic
Did you know that the average menstruating human uses over 11,000 period products in their lifetime? And that one conventional pad can take around 500 years to break down? That’s an ungodly amount of plastic. With their reusable, medical-grade period cups, Saalt believes the future of menstruation is sustainable and inclusive to all. Founded on the belief that everyone should have the right to a safe and dignified period, Saalt is dedicated to ensuring that a portion of their profits go to global period care and health education.
As a B Corp, Saalt selects supply chain partners whose values align with the commitment they’ve made to be a force for good. Their medical-grade silicone cups are FDA-approved and manufactured in a certified facility that ensures the safety and efficacy of medical devices.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Saalt’s reusuable products save thousands of single-use period products from our landfills and oceans.Learn More
supporting key causes
Saalt commits 2% of their revenue to donate period care to regions with the most need, and help fund initiatives in menstrual health, education, and sustainability.Learn More
All of Saalt's packaging is recyclable, and they’re the first menstrual care company to be Certified Plastic Negative.Learn More
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About the Brand
Saalt is on a mission to welcome you to your most comfortable and sustainable period, breaking you and your wallet free of the tampon aisle—forever. Their story starts with a phone call that CEO and co-founder Cherie made to her aunt in Venezuela, where pads and tampons had not been available in stores for years. The dependence she and others had on disposables kept her up at night. Three months later, Cherie was sourcing reusable menstrual pads for hundreds of friends. When she went to source a bulk order of menstrual cups, she couldn’t find one that met her ideal criteria. So she started custom designing her idea of the perfect cup. Hand sketched drawings turned into fourteen design iterations, and in February of 2018, Saalt launched with the Saalt Cup and the vision of making cleaner, more sustainable period care accessible to everyone.Shop Brand
How to use
Fold and insert it horizontally toward your tailbone. Once your cup is filled, you simply empty, wash, rinse, and reinsert the cup for up to 12 hours of protection. More Qs? Full step-by-step instructions and resources are included with your cup, or reach out to email@example.com for personalized help.
What People Are Saying
Easy to use if you follow directions. Don't feel it at all throughout the day. Doesn't leak if put in properly. My favorite part.. only have to change every 12 hours.
I have just started using this. We all know cups are scary and different than the usual products, but MAN! I feel so good about my choice to use this. I love that it is sustainable and eco friendly. It makes me feel so good knowing I am ding something for the planet and putting something safer in my body. It takes a little getting used to, but I love it!