Size, Cup or Disc? Take the quiz! Size, Cup or Disc? Take the quiz! TAKE QUIZ

Our Blog

menstrual disc

Common menstrual disc issues and how to fix them

By

Karen E.

|

Menstrual discs are inserted and worn entirely differently than menstrual cups, so even if you’ve been a cup user for years, a disc may take a little getting used to.
menstrual cup stain remover

How to get rid of menstrual cup stains

By

Hannah L.

|

Menstrual cup discoloration is the worst! But don’t worry — we have all the insider tricks to help you get rid of the most stubborn period cup stains!

How to use a TENS unit for period cramps

By

Karen E.

|

A TENS unit is ideal for the treatment of painful period cramps. TENS therapy is non-invasive and safe, with few or no side effects.

Why using a menstrual disc will change your life

By

Hannah L.

|

Menstrual cups have taken the market by storm. They are easy to clean, reusable for up to a decade and one of the most comfortable things you’ll wear on your […]

Gut health and your period

By

Hannah Fender

|

Your gut health has a huge impact on hormone levels. When our gut bacteria are out of balance, our immunity, metabolism, mood, and menstrual cycles all take a hit.
PMS vitamins

What vitamins are good for PMS?

By

Karen E.

|

We’ve been told PMS is just part of being a woman, but there are a lot of things you can do to alleviate PMS symptoms, starting with taking a good PMS vitamin.
students in Kenya

Pixie Cup’s impact in Kenya

By

Karen E.

|

An estimated one million girls in Kenya miss school every month due to a lack of access to menstrual products. Here’s what we’re doing to change that.
PMS symptoms

PMS symptoms are common, but not normal

By

Hannah Fender

|

85% of menstruating women in the US experience PMS symptoms, but PMS is not “normal.” PMS is caused by hormone imbalances and can often be improved by lifestyle changes.
leaky bladder

Simple ways to help a leaky bladder

By

Hannah L.

|

A leaky bladder can be corrected. If you have stress incontinence, diet or lifestyle changes can help strengthen pelvic floor muscles.