Saalt Menstrual Disc – Soft, Flexible, Reusable Medical-Grade Silicone – Wear 12 Hours – Removal Notch – Two Sizes – Menstrual
|Size||1 Count (Pack of 1)|
|Material Type Free||Toxic Free, Rubber Free, BPA Free, Plastic Free, Latex Free|
- REUSABLE & RELIABLE – Saalt Disc: At Your Cervix! No more timing your tampons. Wear your disc all day or night for up to 12 hours. Saalt Discs hold up to 6 tampons worth of flow and last up to 10 years, so you can spend less, waste less, and enjoy period week without the leaks.
- EASY TO REMOVE – No more playing tampon hide & seek. The Saalt menstrual disc has a built-in finger notch designed for easy removal. Unlike a menstrual cup, the Saalt period disc does not rely on suction to seal, which makes it a better option for use with IUDs. Easy, peasy, period-disc-squeezy.
- COMFORTABLE – Soft and sensationless. To insert, this flexible, soft disc folds in half into a figure eight shape with an insertion point as small as a tampon. Tuck the smooth rim up behind the pubic bone and you won’t even feel it when positioned correctly. Hike, swim, bike, nap—you can do it all with the Saalt Disc. What’s not to love?
- NO-MESS PERIOD SEX* – Kinda looks like a frisbee, but wayyy more fun. 🙂 Flexible, flat fit allows for no-mess intimacy, however you like it. Period sex? Don’t mind if we do. *Saalt Disc is not a contraceptive.
- CLEAN PERIOD. CLEAN PLANET. – BPA free. Latex free. Toxin free. Vegan & cruelty free. FDA registered and compliant.
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Saalt Period Care Simplified
Saalt Discs were designed to be the most comfortable and highest quality on the market.
Introducing the Saalt Disc at your cervix, designed to be the most comfortable and easiest reusable disc to insert and remove. Because the Saalt Disc doesn’t rely on suction to seal and positions behind your pubic bone, it’s ideal for those with bladder sensitivities, a weak pelvic floor or a low or high cervix. Includes a custom finger notch that makes removal a breeze. What’s not to love?
- 12 hours of protection day and night
- 100% medical grade silicone
- BPA, latex, and toxin free
- Maintains healthy PH
- Great for those who experience cramping and bladder sensitivity
- Finger notch for easy removal
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
|Dimensions||3.46 × 3.43 in|
4.69 x 3.46 x 3.43 inches; 4.66 Ounces
|Item model number||
|Date First Available||
June 6, 2022
6 reviews for Saalt Menstrual Disc – Soft, Flexible, Reusable Medical-Grade Silicone – Wear 12 Hours – Removal Notch – Two Sizes – Menstrual
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R Haddock –
Good product but doesn’t work for meI think this is a great product. I’ll not be able to use it, unfortunately, but that has more to do with my shape that any fault of the product.I started using menstrual discs over 20 years ago, so I’m not a newby here. This is my first time trying a reusable disc. This product is a bit smaller in circumference than what I’m used to and a bit more ridged in its flexibility. There wasn’t an issue with insertion and it slid easily into place.For warning: there is about to be TMIPros– I have to say this was the most comfortable disc I’ve used, probably because it’s a bit smaller. I couldn’t feel it at all.- No leaks. Even after a violent sneeze. I feel confident enough that I don’t even use a backup panty liner.- Removal was “cleaner” than the disposable disc.Cons– The removal notch shifts, so it’s not where it’s supposed to be when you need it. I have I tilted cervix, so I can barely (and I mean barely) reach it to start with. In order to rotate it I have to jam my hand where I was not meant to go. 😳 I can’t bend that way too easily either.- It fit too well. (I know, that’s a good thing) It could be because I can barely get to the removal notch to start with, but it doesn’t want to come back out. I’m talking about having to do a deep squat and bearing down. I have to birth it out! 😂Overall, I do recommend it. I’m disappointed that I wont be able to continue to use it. My girly bits can’t take that kind of repeated abuse for 4 days in a row, and I’m not that flexible anymore.
Perfect disc for me!When getting into menstrual discs and cups, it can be pretty intimidating. I started by trying cups and quickly realized they weren’t right for me. The ones I tried all felt too big and kept sliding out. But I ended up trying a disposable disc (that came free in a cup box) and it was so much more comfortable and not at all as hard to remove as I was worried about.The Saalt Disc Small was the 2nd reusable disc that I tried. I took all the quizzes I could find and purchased based on those recommendations. They usually take into account how heavy/light your period is, your cervix height and maybe how many vaginal births you’ve had. That lead me in the wrong direction, though. I’m 34, 2 vaginal births and have medium-ish periods with an average height cervix (according to the doc!) and most of the recommendations were for bigger discs. I tried the medium sized lumma disc and it wouldn’t stay up there so I figured trying something smaller like the Saalt small would be a good next step. I also spent a lot of time on periodnirvana.com (super great resource) comparing sizes, flexibility, capacity, etc and reading/listening to reviews.This disc works great for me! Now that I’ve gotten the hang of it – it stays perfectly in place 90% of the time. It’s definitely an adjustment but you just have to get comfortable w/ your own body and what it does. I avoided making the change for too long because I thought I would have a problem sticking my finger up my vagina to fish out a disc. Silly me. It didn’t take me long to get over it and I’m so glad I did. Since this disc is round and I DO move my body when I’m on my period – the disc does tend to shift, but I’ve never not been able to grab the little notch and move it around to get it out. But everyone’s anatomy is a lil different so sometimes when picking out a disc it’s just gonna be your best guess and trial/error.I’m honestly so glad I made the change and SO happy that now we have so many more options these days. When my girls get their period – I will definitely be introducing them to the wonders of discs/cups! For reference, I also wear Knix leakproof undies on my period days – just in case. It’s the perfect combo for me.
Tori T. –
Can be hard to get out.Absolutely love this disc! I prefer discs over cups and was very happy to find a reusable one so that I didn’t spend so much or create so much waste and this does such a good job of managing my flow. I have a very heavy, thick flow and it works beautifully, though I do have to change it more frequently than every 12 hours. My only complaint is that my cervix sits kind of high and although there’s a little indent to try to help you to remove it more easily, it doesn’t help much. I struggle to get it out the first couple days of my period because it was hard to reach and since the material is thicker than that of disposables, I couldn’t just push it against the outer ring to get extra grip. Still recommend though as it’s much more practical for collection, safer than tampons, cleaner than pads, and better for the environment.
not flexiblei researched a lot before making this purchase. the cut out for easy removal was not what persuaded me to buy it, but the size availability and the trust i had in the product material. i wanted to make sure it was medical grade material, and i was comfortable with the information i found. to my dissapointment, the cut out was the downfall of this product for me. because of the shape of the material used to make this little indention, the cup was not flexible enough, so it did not collapse properly and was impossible to place. i have used other discs for a few years, flex disc and ziggy, but this would not work for me. i thought others should know about this feature before investing dollars that keep growing shorter these days.Update: this is not my favorite disc because of the rigidity of the material due to the finger grip indent, but it is quite usable and a quality product. Others may find it their favorite.
Game-changer!Transited from cups to this. Not looking back!
Sent a USED product!!!Damn gross. There’s even hair stuck to the sticker. Unacceptable!