Small 25 ml Capacity, Regular 30 ml Capacity
The Saalt Cup provides reliable period protection without the risks associated with using conventional tampons. The soft menstrual silicone cup is worn internally like a tampon but acts as a collection receptacle rather than absorbing. A seal forms between the cup and the vaginal wall, eliminating worries over leaks or spills, and offers up to 12 hours of protection. Once the cup is filled, simply remove, rinse, and reinsert. Available in two sizes, the Saalt Cup means chemical-free period care, day and night.
• Light and heavy period protection for all ages and sizes
• Safer for the body and the environment
• An affordable alternative to tampons
Choose from Small (pink) for light days or Regular (blue) for heavy days or nighttime. With clean hands, fold Saalt Cup into a C shape and insert into vagina. Slide up and back toward tailbone until the body of the cup is completely inside. Position comfortably, usually slightly lower than a tampon, and release. Pinch the base of the cup and turn to create a seal and prevent leakage. Run a finger around the outside middle of the cup to ensure there are no folds. To remove, break suction by pinching the base of the cup with thumb and index finger. Wiggle the cup side to side and gently pull out, keeping upright to avoid spillage. Saalt Cup may be sanitized by boiling in water for 4-5 minutes, making sure the cup doesn’t touch the bottom of the pot.
100% Medical-Grade Silicone, and BPA-, Latex-, and Chemical-Free Dyes.
These Saalt cups are terribly unreliable and leak no matter what I do. I've been using menstrual cups for years and know how to insert properly, check the seal, etc. I've even looked through the FAQs on Saalt's webpage to make sure I was following the directions correctly. So all I can think is that the design just does not work for me. I have to use a backup method (and carry a backup for my backup) because these are so unreliable, therefore negating the whole benefit of sustainability. There is nothing more frustrating than to feel it leaking, go to change the cup, and see that it's not full - it just doesn't sit properly. It should not be this difficult. I have not had these problems with cups made by other brands, so I am going back to a DivaCup.