June: a menstrual cup that's better for your body and the planet, and thoughtfully designed to be simple, safe, and sustainable. Made of 100% medical-grade silicone, you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals or synthetic fibers getting into your body.
June: a menstrual cup that's better for your body and the planet, and thoughtfully designed to be simple, safe, and sustainable. Made of 100% medical-grade silicone, you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals or synthetic fibers getting into your body.
June: a menstrual cup that's better for your body and the planet, and thoughtfully designed to be simple, safe, and sustainable. Made of 100% medical-grade silicone, you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals or synthetic fibers getting into your body.
Rather than using hundreds of single use pads or tampons that are usually heavily packaged with plastic, you can re-use this cup as a safe menstrual care solution. 
100% medical-grade silicone. 
The cup itself comes in a small plastic sleeve for safety and comes in a reusable travel bag.
You can clean the June cup with mild soap (unscented or pH balanced soap recommended) and warm water during your period. Between cycles, you can sanitize your cup by placing it in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. 
At the end of its lifetime, the June Cup can be burned and the ash composted. Or, you can recycle your June Cup by checking to see if your local city/municipality or hospital takes medical-grade silicone. Alternatively for bonus points, you can upcycle it into a DIY planter.
  • How long can I wear it? The June Cup can be worn for up to 12 hours.

How often should I replace my cup? The June Cup is made of medical grade silicone which means it can be worn for up to 10 years. However, vaginal pH and acidity levels can vary from person to person, and can significantly wear on your cup. With that said, we recommend replacing the cup once a year.

  • Is there risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome? Since it's made of 100% medical-grade silicone, there's little risk of TSS. If you've previously been diagnosed with TSS, be sure to consult with your health care provider.
  • Can I use the cup if I have a tilted or retroverted uterus? Yes, the cup sits low in your vaginal canal below your cervix (which is the opening to the uterus).
  • What size should I get? If you've given birth vaginally, June recommends a size large. If your anatomy is on the smaller size, go with the small size.

Disclaimer: Please consult your healthcare provider to see if a menstrual cup is right for you. 

JUNE

Menstrual Cup (100% Medical Grade Silicone)

Regular price $29.00 $0.00 Unit price per

JUNE is a menstrual cup that's better for your body and the planet, and thoughtfully designed to be simple, safe, and sustainable. The June Cup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone: you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals or synthetic fibers getting into your body.

Two sizes to choose from: the small size holds 28 ml and the large size holds 36 ml. 

About the maker: Here's why June Cup got started, in their words: "To inspire you to get to know your body and what exactly you put in it. After years of using traditional menstrual care products, like pads and tampons, our vaginas were unhappy. Chemicals, dyes, and cotton fibers were drying us out, leaving us feeling raw and irritated. We knew there had to be something better. Menstrual cups seemed like the obvious choice, but we weren't satisfied with the ones on the market. They were either too short, too long, too narrow, uncomfortable, and hard to remove. We wanted to get it just right. That's why we created the June Cup."

Disclaimer: Please consult your healthcare provider to see if a menstrual cup is right for you. 

Rather than using hundreds of single use pads or tampons that are usually heavily packaged with plastic, you can re-use this cup as a safe menstrual care solution. 
100% medical-grade silicone. 
The cup itself comes in a small plastic sleeve for safety and comes in a reusable travel bag.
You can clean the June cup with mild soap (unscented or pH balanced soap recommended) and warm water during your period. Between cycles, you can sanitize your cup by placing it in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. 
At the end of its lifetime, the June Cup can be burned and the ash composted. Or, you can recycle your June Cup by checking to see if your local city/municipality or hospital takes medical-grade silicone. Alternatively for bonus points, you can upcycle it into a DIY planter.
  • How long can I wear it? The June Cup can be worn for up to 12 hours.

How often should I replace my cup? The June Cup is made of medical grade silicone which means it can be worn for up to 10 years. However, vaginal pH and acidity levels can vary from person to person, and can significantly wear on your cup. With that said, we recommend replacing the cup once a year.

  • Is there risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome? Since it's made of 100% medical-grade silicone, there's little risk of TSS. If you've previously been diagnosed with TSS, be sure to consult with your health care provider.
  • Can I use the cup if I have a tilted or retroverted uterus? Yes, the cup sits low in your vaginal canal below your cervix (which is the opening to the uterus).
  • What size should I get? If you've given birth vaginally, June recommends a size large. If your anatomy is on the smaller size, go with the small size.

Disclaimer: Please consult your healthcare provider to see if a menstrual cup is right for you. 


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