The Dew Cup is the future of Monthly hygiene care.

What is DEW Menstrual Cup?
DEW is a bell-shaped cup that collects your monthly menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, DEWcup sits comfortably in your vagina and offers a leak and sensation-free period. Cups can hold more blood than Pads or Tampons or than any other method allowing many women to use them as an eco-friendly alternative to tampons. And depending on your flow, you can wear a cup for up to 12 hours.

If you are new to menstrual cups, it is realistic to allow two to three cycles for getting used to correctly inserting and removing the cup. You may also decide to wear a liner the first few times as added protection should you experience any leaks.

Sizing guide

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To insert a menstrual cup, you will wash your hands and then fold the cup in the way that suits you best. You then need to gently insert the folded cup just inside the entrance of the vaginal canal (following the instructions included with your cup). Once inserted, the cup will pop open and is then ready to begin collecting menstrual fluid. Removing Each Menstrual cup is designed with a stem. When it comes time to remove the cup, wash your hands and use the stem to guide your fingers to the base of the cup. You will then carefully pinch the base to release the suction seal and then slowly remove the cup from the vaginal canal.

Care & Cleaning
Cleaning a menstrual cup is as simple as rinsing it under running water between changes and then boiling it in a pot of water for 10-20 minutes to sterilize it at the end of your cycle (or according to your brands directions). It can then be safely stored in the carry pouch that is included with most cup brands. You should not store a menstrual cup in an airtight container.
As with any form of feminine hygiene product, proper hygiene and hand and cup washing procedures should be followed to reduce the risk of possible infection.
Since menstrual cups are used internally, there are some situations in which medical advice should be sought prior to using one. It should be emphasized that menstrual cups should not be used during sexual intercourse.

Folding Methods

Use DEW Cup for 12 hours at the maximum! • Wash DEW Cup using natural soaps only! • Clean DEW Cup using only recommended methods! • Use water-based lubrication gels exclusively! • DEW Cup is not a contraceptive! • Do not use DEW Cup during sexual intercourse! • DEW Cup does not protect against venereal diseases! • Use your own DEW Cup exclusively! • Observe basic hygienic principles! In the case of any vaginal symptoms contact your gynecologist! Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is an extraordinarily rare but serious toxic disease. It is caused by toxins produced by a bacteria commonly living in the human body. TSS is associated with using tampons.

Comparisons DEW Cup Tampons Pads
12 hours Protection
Zero waste
Medical-Healthcare Grade Materials
Doesn't disrupt natural vaginal pH
Leak-free protection