Meet the OG of Outstanding Period Protection – Lily Cup

When we first launched Lily Cup Classic, it was the very first cup that you could roll as thin as a tampon for insertion, which was the push a lot of people needed to give up tampons for good! Of course, we now makea wide range of cups that can collapse, or be kept in during sex, or help teens get the hang of menstrual cup – but that doesn’t mean the Lily Cup Classic has lost any of its popularity!

When we first launched Lily Cup Classic, it was the very first cup that you could roll as thin as a tampon for insertion, which was the push a lot of people needed to give up tampons for good! Of course, we now make a wide range of cups that can collapse, or be kept in during sex, or help teens get the hang of menstrual cup – but that doesn’t mean the Lily Cup Classic has lost any of its popularity!

Gorgeously-Designed

There’s a reason why so many people immediately fell in love with our first cup – its design is just plain great! Lily Cup Classic is angled to complement the shape of our internal anatomy, have a unique no-spill rim that takes some of the stress out of changing your cup in public washrooms, and it’s made out of 100% body-safe silicone that happens to be silky smooth!

It’s Great for Heavy Flows & High Cervixes

If you have a higher cervix (yes, you should measure before buying a cup!) then you generally have a little more leeway in choosing your cup. Some women find that they prefer a longer cup like the Lily Cup, as they usually sit closer to the vaginal entrance, making them a little bit easier to remove.

In terms of capacity, the Lily Cup can handle 28 or 32 mls depending on the size you choose – oh, you didn’t know it comes in two sizes?

It Comes in 2 Sizes

Our bodies change as we march through life, and it’s possible that while a Lily Cup Compact had your back during your twenties, you’re finding your body need something a little different in your thirties, or even just while you’re in post baby recovery mode!

Generally, people who have not been pregnant or have stronger pelvic floors will find Lily Cup Size A (light pink) the best fit, while the Size B is slightly larger. Even if you gave birth via Cesarean, you might find your muscles have been weakened from 9 months of baby carrying!

 

 

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