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Lily Cup One

The perfect starter cup

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Discover the Superior Alternative to Pads & Tampons

Lily Cups are a new generation in period protection: ultra-soft, reusable menstrual cups made of medical-grade silicone. Collecting rather than absorbing menstrual flow, they respect your intimate balance and don't cause the dryness often associated with tampons. Lily Cups are perfectly shaped to fit your body for total comfort, covering the lightest to heaviest flows for up to 12 hours.
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No irritation
  • Respects intimate balance
  • No dryness
  • No fibers
  • No odors
  • No strings
  • No padding
  • Forget you’re wearing it

There's a Lily Cup to Suit Every Woman!

With a range of options, you’ll be sure to find a cup that perfectly complements your body! Lily Cup and Lily Cup Compact are both available in two sizes based on your childbirth history and pelvic muscle tone, but cervix height also makes a difference. The single-size Lily Cup One and Lily Cup Compact are ideal for those with a lower cervix and slightly lighter flows, plus they collapse down for protection on the go! If your cervix is higher and/or you need a cup that can combat a heavier flow, then Lily Cup Classic always has your back.
Lily Cup - Menstruation Cup Sizes

Light to heavy flow
Perfect for beginners of all ages
Lily Cup Compact - Menstruation Cup Sizes

Light to heavy flow
For women with a lower cervix
Lily Cup Compact - Menstruation Cup Sizes

Light to heavy flow
For women with high cervix
Lily Cup - Tampon Alternative

A Beginner’s Best Friend

Lily Cup - Only Menstrual Cup That Rolls as Thin as a Tampon
Lily Cup One is designed specially for first time menstrual cup users: it collapse into a discreet case for carry-anywhere convenience, has an extra-firm rim that makes opening and sealing a breeze, and features a removal loop for total peace of mind!
Lily Cup Compact - Goes Everywhere with You

The World’s First Collapsible Menstrual Cup

Lily Cup Compact - Collapsible Period Cup
Get all the best of the Lily Cup in a compact, go-anywhere design! Lily Cup Compact collapses flat into its protective case - the same size as a tin of lip balm - for 12 hours of protection, wherever and whenever you need it!
Lily Cup - Tampon Alternative

The Only Cup That Can Be Rolled as Thin as a Tampon

Lily Cup - Only Menstrual Cup That Rolls as Thin as a Tampon
Featuring an angled form that complements your anatomy, the Lily Cup is ideal for those with high cervixes, and its spill-proof rim and high capacity promise 12-hours of confidence during even the heaviest of flows.
Forget About Your Period with Lily Cups
No more frequent tampon changes
So soft and flexible - can’t be felt while worn
Total protection, even on your heaviest day
Respects your intimate balance and prevents dryness
No more odors - feel fresh all day
No strings, no padding - wear what you want

* Source: FLOW (finding lasting options for women).
Up to 12 hours of protection - even overnight!
Made from 100% body-safe medical grade silicone
Doesn’t absorb moisture, free from fibers and bleaches
No dryness, no irritation, protects intimate balance
Affordable 1-time investment that lasts for years
Reusable and environmentally-friendly
Can be worn for up to 8 hours
Often made with bleached rayon and cotton fibers
Can contain: dioxin, furans, petrochemicals, pesticides and fragrances
Absorbs vaginal fluid, including menstrual flow and natural moisture
At least $70 per year
A woman will use 12,000 disposable sanitary products over her lifetime

Innovative Designs for Confidence, Comfort and Convenience

New bubble shape
High capacity in a unique smaller design

Removal loop
Easy-grip ring makes removal easy

Leak-proof double rim
Extra-firm rim pops open easily

Unique ribbing
Ensures the cup stays rigid when in use, and that it can collapse completely flat when you're finished using it

Secure hold rim
Holds the cup in place

No-spill rim
Makes removal a breeze

Invisible easy-insert spines
Two undetectable, reinforced 'spines' of denser silicone in the front and back add rigidity for easy insertion

Why Medical-Grade Silicone?
All INTIMINA menstrual cups are made from 100% body-safe, medical-grade silicone. This material is:

Safe and healthy

Medical-grade silicone is an ultra-safe, inert material that is developed especially for medical proposes. It is hypoallergenic, latex-free, phthalate-free, and contains zero toxins. Silicone is non-absorbent, so it respects the pH and flora balance of the vagina.

Soft and comfortable

The silicone we use is super thin and flexible, so that they can be folded very small. Then, when inserted, they pop open easily and stay in place to keep you protected all day. The silicone of each Lily Cup has an incredibly soft and smooth finish; you don’t even feel your cup when you’re wearing it.

Hygienic and easy to clean

Silicone is non-porous so it inhibits bacterial growth, making it extra hygienic. The smooth surface of the cup makes it easy to clean with warm water and soap, and silicone is heat resistant so a Lily Cup can even be boiled for extra peace of mind. To find out more about using and cleaning a Lily Cup, click the link below.

Lily Cup - Super Soft Reusable Menstrual Cup
A Lily Cup is easy to use; simply fold and insert – it will gently open and create a seal with your vaginal walls. Say goodbye to leaks and odors - Lily Cup has you covered!

Getting started: Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water before using your Lily Cup. Before first use, fully submerge your Lily Cup in boiling water for 5 to 8 minutes.

Choose the Best Size for You

Lily Cup One

Light to Medium Flow

Lily Cup Compact

Light to Medium Flow

Lily Cup Classic

Light to Heavy Flow

Size One size fits all A B A B
Capacity 20 ml 18 ml / 0.61 fl. oz. 23 ml / 0.78 fl. oz. 28 ml / 0.95 fl. oz. 32 ml / 1.08 fl. oz.
Diameter 39 mm / 1.5 mm 42 mm / 1.65 in. 45 mm / 1.77 in. 40 mm / 1.57 in. 43.5 mm / 1.71 in.
Length 47 mm / 1.85 in. 58 mm / 2.28 in. 58 mm / 2.28 in. 78 mm / 3.07 in. 78 mm / 3.07 in.
Stem Loop Hollow Hollow Hollow Hollow
Cervix Height All All All High Cervix High Cervix
Lily Cup

Light to heavy flow

Lily Cup Compact

Light to medium flow

  • Size A
  • I have not given birth
  • I have given birth by caesarean

Capacity to rim

Capacity to air holes



28 ml / 0.95 fl. oz.


40 mm / 1.57 in.

78 mm / 3.07 in.

18 ml / 0.61 fl. oz.

16 ml / 0.54 fl. oz.

42 mm / 1.65 in.

58 mm / 2.28 in.

  • Size B
  • I have given birth vaginally
  • I have a weaker pelvic floor

Capacity to rim

Capacity to air holes



32 ml / 1.08 fl. oz.


43.5 mm / 1.71 in.

78 mm / 3.07 in.

23 ml / 0.78 fl. oz.

19 ml / 0.64 fl. oz.

45 mm / 1.77 in.

58 mm / 2.28 in.

*Due to the Lily Cup’s slanted rim design, it does not need air holes.

What Lily Cup Suits Me the Best?

First time users:

If it’s your first time using a menstrual cup, then look no further than Lily Cup One! Its extra-firm rim and removal loop make it ideal for those new to using menstrual cups by making opening, sealing and removing a breeze!


For younger girls who have recently started menstruating, we generally recommend the Lily Cup One or Lily Cup Compact due to their smaller size. However, all women’s bodies are different and only you can make the decision about what will fit your body.


Lily Cup classic is great for all levels of flow: from light to very heavy. Lily Cup Compact is best for light to medium flow. However, if you have a heavier flow you can still use it, you’ll just have to empty it more frequently.

Cervix height:

Generally the closer your cervix is to the entrance of your vagina, the shorter your vaginal canal is, and this may affect the type of cup you should use. Women with a lower cervix may find Lily Cup Compact more comfortable as it is shorter. Both cups can also be shortened or trimmed, but be careful not to damage your cup. For more information on finding you cervix and trimming your cup, please see our FAQ here.

How to Choose the Correct Size

While Lily Cup One is 1-size-fits-all, Lily Cup Classic and Compact come in 2 sizes: A or B.

--  Size A is recommended for women who have not given birth or for those who have given birth by Caesarean.

--  Size B is recommended for women who have given birth vaginally or for those who have been diagnosed with a weaker pelvic floor.


We recommend Lily Cup One or size A of Lily Cup or Lily Cup Compact for those who have not had penetrative sex. If you have any concerns about your hymen, please consult your doctor before using.


Childbirth can often affect the shape of the vagina and weaken pelvic floor tone. Size B is recommended to all women who have given birth vaginally.

Pelvic floor tone:

The pelvic floor muscles, also known as vaginal muscles, play an important role when wearing a menstrual cup because they determine the width of the vaginal canal and are the muscles that hold the cup in place. Like any other muscle group, as we age they lose elasticity, and are often affected by pregnancy or hormonal changes. If you know you have a weaker pelvic floor, (for example, if you experience bladder leaks or have lost vaginal tone) we recommend that you use size B.

How do I choose the right Lily Cup?

Lily Cup One is specially designed for those who are new to using menstrual cups. It has both an extra firm rim and a removal loop to make sure that opening, sealing, and taking out Lily Cup One is super easy. It also collapses for take-anywhere convenience. It is the smallest of the Lily Cups, making it better for those with a lower cervix and a lighter flows. (If you have a heavier flow you can still use it, but it will just have to be emptied more frequently.

Lily Cup Compact is a collapsible menstrual cup. It folds flat so it’s easy to carry around in its cute little case. It offers up to 12 hours of protection and is perfect for women with a light to medium flow. If you have a heavier flow you can still use it, but it will just have to be emptied more frequently. It is a shorter cup so it’s great for women with a lower cervix (shorter vaginal canal).

Lily Cup is our higher capacity cup. It’s great for all levels of flow, from light to heavy. This cup is longer and is better for women with higher cervixes (longer vaginal canals) though the stem can also be trimmed to make it shorter. It offers up to 12 hours of protection. It features a unique non-spill rim.

How do I find my cervix?

The cervix can change position depending upon where you are in your menstrual cycle, so wait until your next period to check its position. The cervix is a tight ring of muscle where menstrual fluid flows from the uterus and feels a little like the tip of your nose. Wash your hands and insert one finger into your vagina. If you can easily reach your cervix with the tip of your finger then it is positioned quite low.

Which size should I choose?

Size is mainly determined by anatomy, childbearing history, and pelvic floor strength. As a woman’s body undergoes many changes during life, both Lily Cup and Lily Cup Compact are available in two different sizes. Lily Cup One comes in one size and while specifically designed for teens and beginner users, it may suit anybody - you know best!.

Size A Size B
You have not given birthYou have given birth vaginally
You have given birth by CaesareanYou have a weaker pelvic floor

Each cup is designed for maximum comfort and should not be felt when worn. If you feel any discomfort, you may need to change your size.

• If you are using a size A and feel that your cup is not securely collecting your menstrual flow and/or experience continual spotting, then change to size B.
• If you are using a size B and find it difficult to insert and/or feel any discomfort during use, then change to size A.
• If you usually have a heavy flow, we recommend you use the regular Lily Cup, which has a higher capacity.

What are the size dimensions?

Lily Cup One
One size fits all
Diameter 39mm / 1.5 mm
Length 47mm / 1.85 in.
Capacity to rim 20 ml

Lily Cup
Size A Size B
Diameter: 40 mm / 1.57 in.Diameter: 43.5 mm / 1.71 in.
Length: 78 mm / 3.07 in. Length: 78 mm / 3.07 in.
Capacity to rim: 28 ml / 0.95 fl. oz.Capacity to rim: 32 ml / 1.08 fl. oz.

Lily Cup Compact
Size A Size B
Diameter: 42 mm / 1.65 in.Diameter: 45 mm / 1.77 in.
Length: 58 mm / 2.28 in. Length: 58 mm / 2.28 in.
Capacity to rim: 18 ml / 0.61 fl. oz.Capacity to rim: 23 ml / 0.78 fl. oz.
Capacity to air holes: 16 ml / 0.54 fl. oz.Capacity to air holes: 19 ml / 0.64 fl. oz.

Due to the Lily Cup’s slanted rim design, it does not need air holes.

How do I make the Lily Cup Compact shorter?

If your Lily Cup Compact is too long or the stem irritates you, you can turn the cup inside out and then insert it normally. It doesn’t change the way you use the cup or make it less effective (other than perhaps a small decrease in the capacity since the stem takes up space inside). This does not work for the Lily Cup.

How do I trim the stem of my Lily Cup?

You can trim the stem of your Lily Cup or Lily Cup Compact to the 3rd ring – maximum –so that you still have something to grip for removal. You can similarly trim the loop of the Lily Cup One for a shorter stem as shown below.

Lily Cup One; Lily Cup Compact Lily Cup
Lily Cup Lily Cup Compact Lily Cup

Remove any more and you risk puncturing the cup and making it unusable.

Just remember that removing the stem, either by turning the cup inside-out or cutting it, can make it a little more difficult to remove, since you don't have anything to grip.

What is the Lily Cup made of?

The Lily Cup is made of an ultra-soft, medical-grade silicone. It is hypoallergenic and 100% free of phthalates, latex, bleaches, fibers or any other substance that could cause sensitivity or allergic reactions.

I am allergic to latex, is the Lily Cup safe for me?

Yes, the Lily Cup is latex-free and is made of premium medical-grade silicone that does not cause sensitivity or allergic reactions.

Can a Lily Cup get lost or stuck inside me?

No. The vagina ends at the cervix, so you can’t lose the cup in your body. If you are having trouble removing the cup, just try to relax your body and use your pelvic floor muscles to push the cup down until you can grip the stem and pull it further down. Once you can reach the base, squeeze to break the seal, which will make it easier to slide out. Certain positions, like squatting over the toilet, can shorten the vagina and bring the cup closer to the entrance as well.

I am a virgin, will the Lily Cup affect my hymen?

For those concerned about the hymen, please consult your medical practitioner prior to use.

What is TSS?

TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) is a life-threatening condition caused by the toxin-producing strains of the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. While rare, TSS is a serious disease that may be fatal. Symptoms can include sudden high fever, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, fainting, and a rash like sunburn.
If you have any of these signs while using a Lily Cup™, remove it and contact your doctor immediately. If you have been diagnosed with TSS in the past it is not recommended to use Lily Cup. If you are unsure please ask your medical practitioner.

Can I use the Lily Cup if I have an IUD?

The Lily Cups are held in a lower position than a tampon and should not interfere with an internal birth control device such as an IUD. However, before using any cup with an IUD you should discuss your specific situation with your physician and confirm that the IUD is positioned correctly and that the strings are not too long. While using the cup you should also make sure that you break the seal before removing and that the strings are above the cup when you wear it so you don’t pull on them when you remove it. For more details please see this article:

Is the dye safe?

Yes, the Lily Cup is made of the highest quality materials for maximum safety. The dye used is 100% body-safe and has been tested and approved in accordance with Oeko-Tex Standard 100.

Cleaning, Maintenance, and Care
How do I clean my cup?

Wash your Lily Cup before and after each use with mild soap and hot water. Do not use harsh soaps as they may cause irritation and disrupt the natural pH balance of your intimate area. Rinse thoroughly. For a more thorough cleaning, fully submerge your Lily Cup in boiling water for 5 to 8 minutes. Do not boil dry.

Other methods, recommended for occasional cleaning to removing stains:
Hydrogen peroxide (1%): Use 1 part 1% hydrogen peroxide and 1 part water. Submerge your cup and let it soak cup for 24 hours. Wash well to remove all of the hydrogen peroxide residue before using it or storing it.
White vinegar: Use 1 part vinegar and 2 parts water. Submerge and soak your cup for 24 hours. If, after washing the cup well, it still smells like vinegar follow up by boiling as above.

What substances should I avoid?

Do not use harsh cleaners, petroleum-based substances, tea-tree oil, alcohol, or bleach to clean your Lily Cup.

How often should I clean the Lily Cup?

It is important to thoroughly clean your cup before and after each use. Always remember to clean your hands before handling your Lily Cup.

Can I clean it in the dishwasher?

No, we do not recommend cleaning your Lily Cup in the dishwasher as the harsh chemicals used in detergents could cause irritation to your intimate areas.

Can I wash the storage pouch / the protective case?

Yes. The specially designed antibacterial, anti-stain storage pouch for Lily Cup can be washed in the washing machine. We recommend using a non-irritating detergent that will be gentle to your intimate areas.
The protective case for Lily Cup Compact and Lily Cup One can be washed with soap and water, and then dried before use.

When should I replace my Lily Cup?

Cleaning and storing your Lily Cup properly will ensure that it lasts for a number of years. While the silicone is very durable, we recommend that you replace your Lily Cup if you notice any cuts, punctures, or the forming of an oily or sticky film. Slight discoloration is normal and may occur over time. Any discoloration that occurs will not affect the effectiveness or safety of the Lily Cup.

Using the Lily Cup
Could Lily Cup Compact or Lily Cup One collapse inside me?

No, the design of these 2 cups ensure they will always stay rigid when worn. It will only collapse when you use your hands to collapse it.

How should I fold my cup?

There are several different options for folding; it depends on each woman’s body and preferences. No matter your folding technique, it is extremely important to make sure that the top of your cup completely opens once you have inserted it. Gently squeeze the base of the cup (not the stem) to open it inside your body.
You can find instructions on the most useful folds here.

Can I wear it overnight?

Yes, Lily Cup™ and Lily Cup™ Compact can be worn non-stop for 12 hours without needing to change it. Now you can enjoy a good night's sleep with stain-free sheets the next morning! If you usually have heavy flow, you may consider choosing the regular Lily Cup , which has a higher capacity.

Can I wear it while doing a vigorous workout?

Yes, if your Lily Cup was inserted properly, then you can rest assured that it will protect you during any of your favorite sporting activities.

Are there activities I should avoid when wearing my cup?

The only activity that should be avoided while wearing the Lily Cup is intercourse. Other than that, you can wear the Lily Cup to do just about any activity you like! With the Lily Cup, you can confidently go swimming, dancing, running, or to yoga, all care-free.

How many hours can I wear a Lily Cup without having to change it?

For the ultimate convenience, you can wear a Lily Cup non-stop for up to 12 hours without the need for regular changes. However, how often you personally will need to change it depends on your flow. For those heavier days you may need to change it more frequently than on your lighter ones.

I'm having leaks, am I wearing it right?

If the Lily Cup is inserted correctly you should be completely leak-free. It is important to remember that it takes a bit of time and practice to learn how to use a menstrual cup. But, if you are experiencing leaks, the most common reason is that when it was inserted the Lily Cup did not fully open to form a seal with the vaginal wall.

We recommend that you remove and reinsert your cup and try one of the following tips to ensure that the cup has fully opened. Once inserted:

1. Softly squeeze the base of the cup (not the stem) and slightly rotate it.
2. Insert 1 finger and gently run it around the inserted cup to ensure that a seal has formed.

Also, we suggest different folding options for the Lily Cup; perhaps by trying a new folding option you may eliminate this problem.

I am a teenager and just got my period. Can I use a Lily Cup?

Yes, even young girls can reap the many benefits that a menstrual cup offers. If it’s your first time trying a cup, we recommend the Lily Cup One, which is smaller and size and features an easy-open rim and removal loop to make it easier for beginners to use. If you are concerned about breaking the hymen, please consult your medical practitioner prior to use.

I just had a baby, can I use a Lily Cup?

It is recommended that women wait 6 weeks after giving birth to use internal period protection. After that, and only if you are fully healed, you can use a cup for your first period after the birth of your baby. If you are experiencing vaginal pain, discomfort, or irritation, please consult your medical practitioner prior to use.

Is the Lily Cup recommended for use during menopause?

Yes! Lily Cup is highly recommended for use during menopause as it doesn’t cause dryness, and you can take it anywhere with you. During menopause your cycle can be very unpredictable, sometimes the flow will increase or decrease without warning. The Lily Cup is great for managing these changes without drying out intimate areas or causing further irritation, which are both common problems during menopause and are exacerbated by using uncomfortable tampons.

How often should I empty my cup?

You can wear your Lily Cup, Lily Cup Compact or Lily Cup One for up to 12 hours, and we recommend that you empty your cup 2-3 times per 24 hour period. Generally speaking, the lighter your flow, the less frequent the changes. But on those heavy days, you may need to empty your cup more often. With time and practice you will be able to gauge how often you personally need to empty your cup.

What if I can’t wash the cup at work/public toilet/while out?

Always remember you should wash your hands before handling your cup - consider carrying antibacterial hand wipes or hand sanitizer in your bag. The Lily Cup itself is designed not to encourage bacterial growth, so you can skip a rinse once in a while. If you don’t have access to a sink, you can use a piece of toilet paper to wipe the cup and re-insert it. Another option is to take a bottle of water with you into the bathroom stall and rinse the cup over the toilet.

Can I wear my cup during intercourse?

No, the Lily Cup cannot be worn during intercourse. It is important to note that the Lily Cup is not a contraceptive and will not prevent against pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.

Insertion and removal advice
What should I do if I have difficulty inserting my cup?

First of all, relax your body! This will help to ease your vaginal muscles and facilitate insertion. Find a comfortable position and try the different folding options to see which one is most comfortable for you. You can also use a little water-based lubricant for added comfort.

Insertion of the Lily Cup is similar to that of a tampon and since it's new, it may seem a little difficult at first. With time and a bit of practice, inserting the Lily Cup will become effortless. In fact, most girls master the technique after a few attempts and then they love how comfortable it is.

Can I use a lubricant?

Yes. If you wish to use a lubricant, we recommend that you use a water-based product such as Intimina's Feminine Moisturizer. Avoid using a silicone-based lubricant as this could make the Lily Cup silicone permanently tacky.

What should I do if I have difficulty removing my cup?

Remain calm if you cannot remove your cup, there is no urgency as the Lily Cup can be worn for up to 12 hours. The key to easy removal is relaxing your body.

• In a slightly squatting position, use a series of gentle, downward pushes with your vaginal muscles to move the cup lower.
• Then grip the stem and slowly pull downwards.
• Once you can reach the base of the cup, gently squeeze the base to release the seal.
• Continue to pull the stem downwards and, when you feel that the base is almost out, angle your cup slightly to avoid any spillage.

Should I remove my cup during bowel movements?

The Lily Cup does not need to be removed for urination or bowel movement.

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