Super gentle, comfortable, and flexible, the Saalt Cup is made with ultra-soft medical grade silicone in the USA. Designed for every body, including those with bladder sensitivity, cramping, or discomfort with firmer cups.
The Saalt Cup is a reusable soft silicone cup worn internally like a tampon, but collects‚ rather than absorbs‚ your period. It stays in place by creating a seal between the cup and your vaginal wall. Once your cup is filled, you simply empty, rinse, and reinsert the cup for another 12 hours of protection. Heel clicks and hallelujahs!
No BPA. No latex. No chemicals. FDA registered and compliant. Vegan & cruelty free. Better for your body & the environment
- Super soft and flexible
- Gentle design for bladder or vaginal sensitivity
- For people who have had discomfort with firmer cups
- Up to 12 hours of protection day & night
While flow and cervix height are important indicators, also consider:
- Teen/petite physique: If you’re a younger person or very petite, you may consider starting off with a size small.
- Vaginal insertion: If you haven’t comfortably inserted anything in your vagina before, we recommend the size small.
- Childbirth: If you’ve carried a pregnancy to term, we recommend size regular.
This item is shipped directly from the manufacturer.
I’ve been using the saalt teen cup and it just doesn’t stay sealed overnight. I bought the June cup in size small and it did stay sealed but it was WAY too firm. I decided to try the saalt soft cup in small and it solved all of the above problems! Still small enough for my petite body but it stays sealed overnight and isn’t uncomfortable!
I've been using another brand of Menstrual cups for a few years, and decide to try out Saalt when it was time for a replacement. I am SO GLAD that I did!! Super comfortable, and more reliable than the previous brand I was using. Highly recommend!
Recently needed to invest in a new menstrual cup because the shape of my first one was not fitting. This one is super comfortable and easy to use! I love that it comes with a little pouch for easy and hygienic storage.
I am finding the soft cup much more comfortable than DivaCup or OrganiCup. It is still a learning curve if you are not as familiar with menstrual cups but I'm getting the hang of it! I would use Thinx or another period underwear when you first start out to make sure you don't have any leakage.