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Instead of absorbing blood like a tampon or pad, the cup collects your blood in your vagina. You pop it in, the super-soft silicone cup opens out and creates a gentle suction on your vagina walls which keeps it snug in place.

Simple. It’s easy to insert and remove, and comfortable to wear.

We promise you won’t even know you’ve got one up there. When you need to remove it, simply empty it, rinse and reinsert. Easy as that!

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Period.

What period?

Instead of absorbing blood like a tampon or pad, the cup collects your blood in your vagina. You pop it in, the super-soft silicone cup opens out and creates a gentle suction on your vagina walls which keeps it snug in place.

Simple. It’s easy to insert and remove, and comfortable to wear.

We promise you won’t even know you’ve got one up there. When you need to remove it, simply empty it, rinse and reinsert. Easy as that!

3 CUP Sizes

Which is right for me?

First up, menstrual cup size is all about your vagina and not about flow (Although some brands like to measure cup size based on flow). At Franki we don’t think it’s an accurate guide.

Mainly because if you have a smaller width vagina and choose a larger cup, because it holds more, well the cup just isn’t going to fit and open properly, creating leakage.

Same goes if you choose a smaller cup because you have a light flow but you have weak pelvic floors and/or have had vaginal birth your cup won’t create the seal it needs around your vaginal canal to stay leak free.

Mini Cup

Recommended for early teens and for those of you who know you have a petite vagina. If you usually use the smallest, mini tampons this might be for you.

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Midi Cup

Our most popular size, and usually best for people up to their early 30’s. If you have a strong pelvic floor muscles and/or haven’t given birth. If you know you have weak pelvic floor muscles you may want to go up a size. If you have had vaginal birth/s but keep your pelvic floors on a solid routine then this cup might still be the right fit.

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Maxi Cup

Recommended if you’ve had a baby and/or you’ve got weak pelvic floor muscles then you might want to consider the Maxi. As a guide, we say this is usually women in their 30’s and above. If you’ve had a baby vaginally and know your pelvic floors are back in tip-top shape (well done you) then our Midi should do the trick.

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Still Unsure?

Why not opt for our DUO set of MIDI/MAXI that way you can try both and see which works best. Some of our Frankettes are able to use both comfortably.

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