Menstrual Cup


The Freedom Menstrual cup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone that is inserted much like a tampon and sits at the base of the cervix collecting menstrual fluid.

The cup will be delivered with its pouch to store it after use.

Two sizes available : mini or grande.

Designed in Singapore – Made in USA



Two sizes are available depending on the capacity and diameter:

Mini 25ml 4cm wide * 6cm tall
Grande 35ml 4.5cm wide * 7cm tall

The “mini” is generally for first-timers, while the “grande” for women who have tried out the mini, have become comfortable with it, and would like to go even longer without having to change out their cups on a heavy day. Some many mothers are using the mini, and many younger women using the grande so it all depends on your flow.


  • Last up to 15 years
  • Leak-free
  • Eco-friendly and economical: in one women life, between 10 000 to 15 000 of soiled pads or tampons are used…
  • Answers to Zero Waste objectives easily and basically!
  • Free from plastic, mineral oil, polyethylene, polypropylene, sulphur dioxyde, pesticide,…and a lot of other stuffs that should not be in contact with this intimate part of your body and will end in landfills…
  • Medical-silicone grade
  • For 1 menstrual cup purchased, 1 is offered to a women in need



    • wash your hands well.


    • wash the cup well with fragrance-free soap and water.


    • dry the cup with tissue or a clean towel.


    • get into a comfortable position. You can be squatting, or standing with one leg propped up on a closed toilet bowl.


    • relax your vaginal muscles.


    • fold the Freedom Cup to decrease its surface area for easy insertion. We recommend the ‘Shell’ fold.


    • slide it in as far as it can go before your hands can no longer reach it.


    • run your index finger around the bottom of the cup to make sure it has fully opened up.


    • attend to your day like a superstar.







    • wash your hands well.


    • get into a comfortable position. You can be squatting, or standing with one leg propped up on a closed toilet bowl.


    • squeeze your abdominal/pelvic floor muscles. The cup should come back down to the opening of the vagina.


    • grab hold of the bottom of the cup and squeeze to release the vacuum seal.


    • once the seal is broken, pull out, and empty into a toilet bowl or shower drain.


    • wash the cup with water and a fragrance-free soap. Make sure the small holes at the top and all ridges are clean


    • dry the cup with tissue paper or a clean towel.


    • fold and re-insert. Carry on your day like a superstar. 





Cleaning the cup is simple. Once removed, use clean water and a fragrance-free soap to wash out. 


Dry it with tissue or a clean towel. 


If you are in public and cannot use a handicap toilet, you can also use a mineral water bottle to clean it out. 




Sterilizing is not necessary every time you empty the cup out. But you are advised to sterilize the cup before and after your period. 


Simply, get a small porcelain bowl, place your Freedom Cup inside, and pour hot water over. 


Remove and store in cotton bag provided. 




Keep the Freedom Cup in your cotton bag. Place it in your handbag, or somewhere cool, and dry. 

The menstrual cup is made of 100% silicone medical-grade.

After around 15years of use, it can be recyclable

Additional information

Weight 48 g

Mini, Grande