A Saalt Cup is inserted like a tampon, but collects rather than absorbs your flow. It sits in the vaginal canal, and when inserted properly, you won't even notice it's there.
Regular: For average to heavy flow, 3-4 tampon capacity
Small: For light to average flow, 2-3 tampon capacity
- 12 hours of protection day and night
- Reusable for up to 10 years
- Can use for no-mess period sex
- Maintains your natural pH
- Naturally odor free
- Includes one cup + one carry bag
Sizing + How to Use
Salt Cup Regular
- Normal to heavy flow
- 3-4 tampon capacity
- High cervix
- Post- child birth
Salt Cup Small
- Light to normal flow
- 2-3 tampon capacity
- Low cervix
- First time cup user and 18 years or older
- All activities welcomed! Swim, bike, run, and sleep!
- A Saalt Cups will not prevent pregnancy or protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Disc or Cup?
Which inserted product is right for you will depend on a number of different factors ranging from cervix height to pelvic floor strength to personal preference. Each individual is beautifully unique!
The Saalt Cup sits lower in the vaginal canal than a tampon and uses the air holes near the rim to form a seal between the vaginal wall and the cup.
The Saalt Disc sits in the higher space of the vaginal canal near the cervix called the vaginal fornix. The disc uses its rim to rest in place against the pubic bone rather than forming a seal like a cup
We recommend taking this Saalt Cup & Disc Quiz to find out which might be the best fit for you!
Care + Materials
- 100% Medical Grade Silicone
- BPA, Latex + Toxin Free
How to clean: There are a few different techniques when it comes to keeping your cup clean, so here are a few of our go-to suggestions!
It is important to sanitize your cup before first use and before or after each period. You can do this by either:
- Boiling your cup for 4-5 minutes (Pro-tip: put your disc in tongs or a whisk to keep it from touching the bottom of the pan)
- Wipe your cup with 70% isopropyl alcohol, allowing the disc to dry completely so the alcohol can evaporate
- Use a compact sanitizer by either microwaving your cup, or pouring boiling water over it.
During your period, you will want to clean your cup at least once every 12 hours. You can do so by rinsing the cup with cold water (to prevent staining) and then washing the cup with hot water or another wash that is mild, pH-balanced, fragrance-free, oil-free, and rinses clean with no residue.
Though silicone can become discolored over time, your Saalt Cup is still good to use. Wiping down your disc with a soft cloth and 70% isopropyl alcohol will remove stain buildup as well.
Saalt products are made in the USA, and they are a B Corp Business, creating little discs with big impacts.
- 2% give-back to help women and girls in need
- 3,000 single-use pads and tampons displaced