New size,
same quality.

InaCup size Mini is made of the same soft, top quality medical grade silicone, but specially designed for teens and those who need a smaller size.

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We’re extending the family.

We’ve heard your requests. It is time to extend the InaCup family with the Mini cup, so teens can ditch disposables and make the switch to an alternative that’s not only better for the planet, your wallet, but also for your body.

Sustainable you(th).

Teens are taking environmental matters into their own hands. A more sustainable life starts with everyday habits and choosing a reusable period product is an impactful way to cut down on waste.

“I used a lot of tampons when I was on my period, so I thought to myself; ’I am going to save so much money and save the environment for a lot of waste’, and now when I travel, or go somewhere, I only need to bring one product instead of a whole bag full :)”


“I remember how I would hide my tampon in my sleeve when I walked to the bathroom to change it, and how I would ask a friend if she would check, if I had any period stains on my pants. But now, I never worry, or think about it anymore.”


”I used tampons, but the reason why I finally made the switch to InaCup was because I wanted it to be easier. You can’t sleep with a tampon, so I had to use a pad at night, and I would stain my bed sheets and it was just so inconvenient having to change them all the time… The switch to InaCup was pretty easy – I mean the first few tries were a bit difficult, but I got used to it pretty quickly!”


“One of my biggest fears when I first switched to the cup was leaking. I just couldn’t understand how it wouldn’t run down the sides of the cup, or how you could lie down without it would be squished and leak, but it just didn’t.”


“I went to a boarding school on a dance programme last year where I had eight hours of dance lessons every week, and it worked perfectly with the cup! It’s such a great feeling that you can be active without worrying about leaking or a tampon moving down. You just insert it and feel secure. I didn’t get the same sense of security with tampons.”

How to use

As a teenager, there’s no reason why you cannot start using a cup. Although there’s no age limit, using a cup does require that you’re comfortable with your body and your period. Understanding your body and getting to know your flow takes time, but using a cup can make this easier, as it allows you to keep track of your flow.

You can use the Mini cup for up to 12 hours (depending on your flow) day and night, so you don’t have to worry about your period at school, at sleep-overs, when you go to the beach or to a festival.

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FAQ

What to do in a public bathroom?

No big deal! You can use the cup for up to 12 hours at the time (depending on your flow), so you shouldn’t have to worry about having to empty your cup during the (school) day.

But if you need to empty your cup during the day and you’re in a public bathroom, it’s no problem! You can simply wipe the cup clean with a piece of toilet paper, bring a bottle of water with you in to the stall or use an OrganiWipe.

Is the cup really leak-free?

Yup! The cup has you, and your clothes, covered. Once your InaCup is inserted correctly there is no more worrying about leaking and staining your clothes.

The cup will keep you feeling fresh and dry all (school) day, during gym class and at night. Most can use the cup for up to 12 hours. But every period is different and it depends on your flow: is it light, medium or heavy?

If you have a heavier period, you might have to empty it more often. That’s why, we always recommend you try the cup at home first to understand how it works and to get to know your flow.

Can I use a cup, if I am virgin?

You bet! You can use a cup at any age and at any time in your life. Using a cup is great as it gives you a better understanding of your body and your period.

The material of the Mini cup is soft and flexible, but we always recommend that you practice inserting and removing it at home first, so you get to know the cup and your body. Click here to learn more.

How long can I use the InaCup?

Most can use the cup for up to 12 hours. But every period is different and it depends on your flow: is it light, medium or heavy?

If you have a heavier period, you might have to empty it more often. That’s why, we always recommend you try the cup at home first to understand how it works and to get to know your flow.

Can the cup get stuck?

No! The cup can’t get stuck or disappear inside you; it will ultimately slip down by force of gravity. But it can move up slightly.

If you have problems reaching the cup, the first thing to do is relax and breathe. If the menstrual cup has worked its way up, it’s important to relax, or removing it will only become more difficult.

We suggest you try squatting and use your abdominal muscles to push the cup downwards until you can reach the stem of the cup.

Can I use the cup when I go swimming, do sports and when I sleep?

Yes! The InaCup has been tested by real people, and teens, just like you and it really works!

So, you can go to gym class, go for a swim and sleep all night without any accidents.

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REVIEWS

Don’t just take our word for it.

9 out of 10 who tried InaCup Mini said they would continue using it. Check out our reviews page for cup testimonials.

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Hygienic and safe

InaCup is Allergy Certified ™, certified vegan (no animal testing) and complies to all relevant legislation.

Award-winning

InaCup has been awarded “Product of the Year” twice and most recently received the “Excellence Award” from BuyMeOnce in the sustainability category.