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Ruby Cup Reviews

4.68 Rating (114 Reviews)
All Menstrual Cups Ruby Cup
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Brittany
Verified Buyer
Arrived in a plain box (thank you!) and it’s just want I needed size wise and great packaging. Very happy
Posted 35 days ago
Ciara
Verified Buyer
I love the Ruby cup, I can barely feel it, once I put it in. I also love the concept that get one give one to a woman/person who bleeds in need.
Posted 68 days ago
Kandice
Verified Buyer
Posted 72 days ago
Caitlin
Verified Buyer
Posted 86 days ago
Phillipa Finlay
Verified Buyer
Absolutely love this Cup, really comfy and secure, didn't need to trim and have had no leakages! 100% would recommend.
Posted 88 days ago
Jade T.
Verified Buyer
Amazing and I love how eco friendly it is.
Posted 157 days ago
Julie
Verified Buyer
I chose to move to a cup because it is more sustainable. I’ve only used it for one cycle but found it easy to use and didn’t feel it at all (whereas sometimes I would be aware of a tampon). I had a little leakage in the first few days read up on how to avoid leaks and it was all sorted! Removing the cup can be a little uncomfortable but I think with continued use it will become much easier. It is very simple, comfortable and worth changing to.
Posted 184 days ago
Samantha
Verified Buyer
Apart from the over-sizing, the stem is a little long but it can be cut. The cup volume is ample for the amount of blood which came as a surprise. It's reasonably comfortable to wear although getting it in is awkward. (I tried a pre-period test run which was a terrible idea). Removing it safely is a bit tricky too. The suction freaked me out (prolapse anyone??). The first day when I removed the cup, I cannot express how bad the smell was. Seriously rancid. But it must have been related to my internal bacteria because the second day was back to normal. It will take me a year or more to recoup the costs of the cup compared with pads and tampons, but environmentally it's a good choice, and it's quite convenient. Not having the mess makes you almost forget you're on your period.
Posted 204 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 220 days ago
Aleara
Verified Buyer
Best decision I've ever made. So glad I finally made the switch to a cup.
Posted 227 days ago
Ebony
Verified Buyer
Posted 237 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 238 days ago
Brittany
Verified Buyer
Arrived in a plain box (thank you!) and it’s just want I needed size wise and great packaging. Very happy
Posted 35 days ago
Kandice
Verified Buyer
Posted 72 days ago
Phillipa Finlay
Verified Buyer
Absolutely love this Cup, really comfy and secure, didn't need to trim and have had no leakages! 100% would recommend.
Posted 88 days ago
Julie
Verified Buyer
I chose to move to a cup because it is more sustainable. I’ve only used it for one cycle but found it easy to use and didn’t feel it at all (whereas sometimes I would be aware of a tampon). I had a little leakage in the first few days read up on how to avoid leaks and it was all sorted! Removing the cup can be a little uncomfortable but I think with continued use it will become much easier. It is very simple, comfortable and worth changing to.
Posted 184 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 220 days ago
Ebony
Verified Buyer
Posted 237 days ago
Ciara
Verified Buyer
I love the Ruby cup, I can barely feel it, once I put it in. I also love the concept that get one give one to a woman/person who bleeds in need.
Posted 68 days ago
Caitlin
Verified Buyer
Posted 86 days ago
Jade T.
Verified Buyer
Amazing and I love how eco friendly it is.
Posted 157 days ago
Samantha
Verified Buyer
Apart from the over-sizing, the stem is a little long but it can be cut. The cup volume is ample for the amount of blood which came as a surprise. It's reasonably comfortable to wear although getting it in is awkward. (I tried a pre-period test run which was a terrible idea). Removing it safely is a bit tricky too. The suction freaked me out (prolapse anyone??). The first day when I removed the cup, I cannot express how bad the smell was. Seriously rancid. But it must have been related to my internal bacteria because the second day was back to normal. It will take me a year or more to recoup the costs of the cup compared with pads and tampons, but environmentally it's a good choice, and it's quite convenient. Not having the mess makes you almost forget you're on your period.
Posted 204 days ago
Aleara
Verified Buyer
Best decision I've ever made. So glad I finally made the switch to a cup.
Posted 227 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 238 days ago
Brittany
Verified Buyer
Arrived in a plain box (thank you!) and it’s just want I needed size wise and great packaging. Very happy
Posted 35 days ago
Caitlin
Verified Buyer
Posted 86 days ago
Julie
Verified Buyer
I chose to move to a cup because it is more sustainable. I’ve only used it for one cycle but found it easy to use and didn’t feel it at all (whereas sometimes I would be aware of a tampon). I had a little leakage in the first few days read up on how to avoid leaks and it was all sorted! Removing the cup can be a little uncomfortable but I think with continued use it will become much easier. It is very simple, comfortable and worth changing to.
Posted 184 days ago
Aleara
Verified Buyer
Best decision I've ever made. So glad I finally made the switch to a cup.
Posted 227 days ago
Ciara
Verified Buyer
I love the Ruby cup, I can barely feel it, once I put it in. I also love the concept that get one give one to a woman/person who bleeds in need.
Posted 68 days ago
Phillipa Finlay
Verified Buyer
Absolutely love this Cup, really comfy and secure, didn't need to trim and have had no leakages! 100% would recommend.
Posted 88 days ago
Samantha
Verified Buyer
Apart from the over-sizing, the stem is a little long but it can be cut. The cup volume is ample for the amount of blood which came as a surprise. It's reasonably comfortable to wear although getting it in is awkward. (I tried a pre-period test run which was a terrible idea). Removing it safely is a bit tricky too. The suction freaked me out (prolapse anyone??). The first day when I removed the cup, I cannot express how bad the smell was. Seriously rancid. But it must have been related to my internal bacteria because the second day was back to normal. It will take me a year or more to recoup the costs of the cup compared with pads and tampons, but environmentally it's a good choice, and it's quite convenient. Not having the mess makes you almost forget you're on your period.
Posted 204 days ago
Ebony
Verified Buyer
Posted 237 days ago
Kandice
Verified Buyer
Posted 72 days ago
Jade T.
Verified Buyer
Amazing and I love how eco friendly it is.
Posted 157 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 220 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 238 days ago