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What Is Zero Menstrual Cup?

Zero is a simple yet practical alternative to pads or tampons. It is a menstrual cup that works by collecting your blood rather than absorbing it. In addition to being healthier, cheaper, more eco-friendly, and much better for your body, Zero is easy to use and much more convenient.

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Why Switch To Zero Cup?

With Zero, you can experience up to 12 hours of protection, depending on your flow. Spend less time worrying about changing your pad or tampon and more time doing what you love.

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  • Leak-Free Living

    You can wear your Zero cup for up to 12 hours, depending on your flow.

    Experience peace of mind to exercise, swim, or sleep uninterrupted without leaks. 

  • Zero Waste

    Ditch the disposables! 

    One Zero cup can last you up to 10 years if you take proper care of it. 

    It's simple to have a zero waste period. 

  • Safe & Gentle

    Zero is made from 100% soft, medical-grade silicone.        

    No chemical nasties lurking here: we're registered with the FDA & the ISO. 

  • Cost Effective

    Zero menstrual cups work out much cheaper than tampons or pads. You could save hundreds of pounds by switching!

    Find out how much you could save today!

How To Use

First time using Zero? Don't be intimidated!

Simply fold & insert, wait 12 hours, remove, rinse & reinsert. 

Easy peasy!

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Cleaning Your Cup

Cleaning your Zero cup is quick and easy: learn how to sterilise your cup within ten minutes.

With proper cleaning & storage, your Zero cup can last up to ten years.

Taking care of your Zero cup is easier than you'd think!

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Size Guide

If you're unsure which size Zero cup to go for, why not check out our Size Guide?

Read on for a comprehensive resource on selecting the right Zero cup for you.

Help Me Choose

FAQ - Top 3 Commonly Asked

My cup is stuck - help!?

Stay calm & breathe! Your Zero cup is held in place by your vaginal muscles - if you are panicked and tense, it will be more difficult to remove.

You can take comfort in knowing that it is not possible for your Zero cup to get "lost" inside you. With this in mind, if you cannot reach your menstrual cup, you can do a number of things to help ease your Zero cup down.

Firstly, ensure you are position in a comfortable seated or squatting position. Next, use your vagina muscles to "push down" your Zero cup: a sequence of slow and gentle pushes will help to ease the cup lower.

You should now be able to feel the stem or the base of your menstrual cup. Pinch the base of the cup in order to release the light suction seal. Slowly rock the cup from side to side to help ease it out in its upright position.

Help - I'm leaking!

You may experience leaking if your Zero menstrual cup is not worn correctly. It must be positioned as low as possible in the vagina for it to effectively collect your menstrual fluid.

Once you have perfected the positioning of your menstrual cup, you should ensure that a suction seal has formed between your Zero cup and your vaginal walls. This can be checked in a number of ways:

Pinching the base of the your Zero menstrual cup (not the stem) and rotating it a few times to ensure the seal has formed.Clenching your vaginal muscles a few times will help to position your menstrual cup correctly.Running a clean index finger around the rim of your Zero menstrual cup to ensure it is fully open and that your cervix is positioned within the cup.

Finally, ensure you are wearing the correct size Zero cup. If it is too small, you may experience leakage. If you are still leaking after three cycles, please contact us for further assistance.

What makes Zero different than a tampon?

Zero menstrual cups work by collecting your menstrual fluid rather than absorbing it like a tampon would.

Did you know one tampon holds about 5ml of blood, whereas even the S model Zero holds up to 20ml. That's four times as much fluid collected by your Zero cup than one regular tampon. Therefore, instead of changing your tampon every 4-6 hours (per user guidelines), you can simply empty your Zero cup every 12 hours.

Zero cup is a reusable and eco-friendly item that promotes zero waste, and unlike tampons or pads, Zero is free from any toxins or additives such as bleach, fragrance, or acetone.

If you consider that within one year, you'll have had 12 periods (on average), you can work out that Zero will cost you less than £1.50 a month. A box of 32 tampons costs £2.70 on average, so you will certainly have offset the initial cost, and made a saving!

You can read this blog post that settles the debate: Zero Vs Tampons & Pads.

Any Other Questions?

Have a look at our full FAQ page or feel free to Contact Us.