On average a woman uses 11.400 tampons and pads in her lifetime. That's a lot right?! The Eve Cup is a simple alternative to tampons and pads. AND it’s a tool that helps women become more intimately connected with themselves and their intuition.  


Dit you know the menstrual cup has been around for over 20 years?! Luckily her popularity is increasing, she's safe to use, better for the environement. Once you get used to using this menstrual cup, you don't want anything else! Why? The Eve Cup is:

  • Easy to use  
  • Keeping you protected up to 12 hours
  • Eco-friendly  
  • Saving you money 
  • Reusable for years 


  • Brand: Eve Cup
  • Color: pink
  • Material: made of 100% medical silicone
  • Doesn't contains bleach or latex
  • Attributes: comes with a convenient storage bag
  • Size: Available in two sizes (choose 1 for a light period and 2 for a heavy one)

The average woman uses an average of 11,400 tampons, panty liners and sanitary napkins in her life.
Annually, 4.3 billion disposable menstrual products are used 2.5 million tampons,
1.4 million sanitary napkins, 700,000 pads are rinsed daily by the toilet!
The Eve Cup has been developed to reduce the impact on our planet! Buy one and she's yours for the next 10 years.

Inserting your cup
STEP 1: Wash your hands
It is very important to take care of your body with good hygiene, especially during menstruation.
STEP 2: Fold the Eve Cup
Please click on the image below to see the enlarged step-by-step-folding-guide. Hold the cup gently while pushing down on the edge with one finger until the cup forms the shape of a tulip flower. By holding the base you insert the Eve Cup and turn it inside so it can fully open.
STEP 3: Inside
Whilst inserting the Eve Cup, make sure it does not go too deep. The muscles inside the vagina are shaped differently in the lower region just above the entrance. Here the Eve Cup can sit most comfortably. Keep it as low as possible; just deep enough that you do not feel the stem.
STEP 4: Turning
When the Eve Cup is inside and it does not open automatically, you can take the base of the cup and turn it. By turning it, the menstrual cup will open fully and ensure no leaking is possible.

STEP 1: Wash your hands
Make sure your hands are clean every time you handle the Eve Cup. It is most important to take care of your body with good hygiene, especially during menstruation.
STEP 2: Break the vacuum
Be gentle and careful when taking the Eve Cup out. You can either hold the stem or squeeze the base of the cup and then slowly pull it down in a zigzag-motion. The squeezing allows some air to enter the Eve Cup, allowing it to come out easier.
STEP 3: Empty the Eve Cup
You can simply empty your menstrual fluids in the toilet or washbasin. You can also choose to put it on the earth in your garden, as the blood holds many nutrients that help plants grow.
STEP 4: Rinse the Eve Cup
When you wash or rinse the Eve Cup, it is important to use cold water. The combination of warm water and blood can cause stains on the silicone. Cold water allows the blood to wash away quickly. If there is no tap with running water near the toilet, you can use a bottle with clean water or toilet paper as an alternative.

It is only necessary to boil the Eve Cup on the first day of your menstruation, before you start using it. The good culture inside your vagina will keep the Eve Cup clean the entire duration of your period. Boiling is the easiest way of sterilizing, and is done by putting the Eve Cup in a pan of boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes. Any bacteria and filth will be removed in this short time. Alternatively you can use a natural soap or put it in a glass of clean water with some drops of Tea Tree oil. Just make sure any residue is washed away before using the Eve Cup. At the end of your menstruation, you wash it again before putting it away.

If you have any questions about using the cup, please don't hesitate to ask! You can email us via We're happy to help! ♡