SHORDY Reusable Menstrual Cup (Small) Set of 2 with Mini Box, 100% Soft Silicone, Coupe Menstruelle, Safe Period Cup, Light Flow

4.33 out of 5
(10 customer reviews)


Size Small (Pack of 2)
Material Silicone
Item Diameter 43 Millimeters
Material Type Free BPA Free

  • A HEALTHIER ALTERNATIVE – Shordy cup is a reusable menstrual cup that is a health-friendly alternative to traditional sanitary pads & tampons. It fits organically without contributing to any of the numerous health dangers caused by pads & tampons. It collects your menstrual flow effectively & allows for easy disposal at your convenience. Bid adieu to dryness and itchiness and instead, welcome a better form of menstrual hygiene!
  • TOP-NOTCH USABILITY – By combining superior product design & carefully adjusted silicone thickness we have produced a cup that is extremely easy to insert & take out. The high-quality silicone also makes for a much softer feel which results in exceptional user experience.
  • ULTRA COST EFFICIENT – You can easily save over $100 by moving away from harmful pads & tampons as these cups can be used for up to 10 years if taken care of. Another way you will be saving money is by not paying that hefty premium to other menstrual cup brands. So, it’s clearly a win-win, no matter how you look at it!
  • A BETTER CHOICE – As these cups are made of high-quality silicone – they can be sterilized & reused for a long time, unlike pads & tampons which inevitably find their way to landfills & oceans. This makes these cups not only better for the environment but also sustainable!
  • TAKE CARE OF YOUR CUP – We recommend taking good care of your menstrual cup using our specially formulated premium gel cleaner & ergonomically designed menstrual cup sterilizer. This will ensure your cup stays with you for a long time.


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Additional information

Weight 2.82 lbs
Dimensions 3.23 × 1.93 in
Package Dimensions

‎ 3.5 x 3.23 x 1.93 inches; 2.82 Ounces

Date First Available

‎ November 5, 2020


‎ B08248CTNQ



10 reviews for SHORDY Reusable Menstrual Cup (Small) Set of 2 with Mini Box, 100% Soft Silicone, Coupe Menstruelle, Safe Period Cup, Light Flow

  1. 5 out of 5

    kelsey Anderson

    PerfectI was pleasantly surprised by this. I hate that tampons sometimes leak the string bothers me sometimes. Pads make me feel gross. I figured I would try one of these. Talk about nice! I have heavy periods but this thing lasted all day while I was at work with no leaking. It was so nice not having to worry about changing anything. Hold on to it when you pull it out though because I almost dropped it the first time I pulled it out. Also this is great for sleeping as you can move to all different positions and don’t have to worry about leaking. I got both sizes but I only use the small one as the other felt too big so I took it out and went back to the small. They recommend the bigger one for ladies that have had kids but both my kids were c sections so that might be why.

  2. 4 out of 5


    So far so goodI ordered the two pack of small and large. I have yet to try the large since this would be my first time trying cups. From a beginning point of view, I was a little confused and concerned. The cup is super thick so I was like well how do I get it in there. Just prop yo leg up and shove it in. I also was confused on how far it goes but I put it in enough where it feels normal and the nub is in reach. I felt some very light cramping from this but nothing crazy and I can’t even feel it in. The cup also didn’t unfold right away the first time I put it in. It took a few minutes to expand. It does work and I can move around without it coming lose. Removing it isn’t painful but slightly weird because you can physically hear the suction. I also have nails on, about a half inch of length sticking out and I was still able to go about putting in and removing the cup so if you do wear nails, it won’t be a huge problem. I haven’t had any leaks yet but I plan to update once my life cycle is overUpdate Day 2: Second day of use. I had it in overnight and though it didn’t leak onto my undies, when I wiped and there was a little leakage even though the cup wasn’t full. It did do a fantastic job at catching but I’m still having difficulty getting it to expand after reinsertion. Also later that night of the first day, I had some bad cramps. Not the worst cramps I’ve had but they were stronger than what usually have. I usually only experience some uncomfortable pressure on the first day but this was more than that and I think it could be because of the cup but I can’t be sure just yet.Update Day 4: I have gotten the hang of this cup but honestly I think I need a different one. The cup goes more and more up as the day or night progresses and fishing it out is extremely uncomfortable and hurts if I pinch myself with my nails. This really isn’t all that nail friendly after all. I’m going to get one with a ring insteadOver cycle update: I switched cups, not because there was anything wrong with this one, I just couldn’t remove it easily because of my nails. If you are natural or have short nails, have no fear. This is a great deal and it has a nice sturdy case

  3. 5 out of 5


    First time cup user, I’ve been converted!So after years I’ve being too scared to try cups, I finally had it with tampons and pads. I ordered this listing in particular because it had both a larger and a smaller size and I’m really happy with it!It has 4 holes along the rim that give it great suction. I was worried about the stem being short but with some tips from other cup users its worked out just fine. The silicone is firm but not painful or uncomfortable. Once I got used to the shape after a couple of hours the first time, I stopped feeling it and haven’t felt it since. Ive been wearing pads just in case of first time user error, but I’ve not had a single leak.My final verdict? Bite the bullet and make the switch. Watch a few tip videos, a few “things I wish I knew” videos too to save yourself some completely avoidable mistakes, and then give it a try yourself! I haven’t ever been this excited for a period product before but I understand why people vouch so hard for these now.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shai B.

    PerfectI’ve been using menstrual cups for about 6+ years. I’ve tried many styles from the Diva Cup, June Cup, Saalt Cup and more but this cup is actually one of the better and more affordable brands. You get 2 cups with a case for $13. They are very flexible and if you have struggling with insertion it’s definitely a user error. I find it best to fold like a taco but once inserted I grab the bottom the the cup with my thumb, pointer and middle fingers and slightly spin the cup to ensure it opens fully. With the Saalt cup this was mandatory because it was a thicker cup. With Shordy it isn’t needed but out of habit I still do it to ensure proper suction and placement. Overall I’ve had a pleasant experience.*fyi if you have any leakage it’s because the cup is not properly inserted or there was a very heavy flow during the hours inserted.

  5. 5 out of 5


    Amazing cupI have been using cups for years now and I was using the Yuuki cup, which I found out felt wrong because it was to firm for me personally. This cup is soft and about medium firmness so it opens a lot easier for me than the yuuki. Cleaning, inserting and removing is SO much easier now and I think this is a great cup for everyone to use and atleast get a idea of what works for them!

  6. 4 out of 5


    Better than tampons, but does have some leakage problemsI’m not sure if it’s the product specifically or something else, but at times I do experience quite severe leakage with these. They can be hard to retrieve sometimes as well. However, I’ve been using these for months now and I do really like them and will continue to use them. They are some of the cheapest on the market and seem to be of good quality.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Alexander

    10/10Used a different brand for several years, compared to the previous this one is SO much easier to remove & haven’t had any problems with suction/leaking to date. I’m an incredibly active person so leak is a pretty big concern, but it holds up through cycling, basketball, rugby, weightlifting. No such thing as TMI, right?It’s a pretty thick material, so removal is sometimes a little unpleasant, but that might also just be a me problem. If you’re considering a switch to a cup I 100% recommend it and this one is pretty great. Less waste in the world & no more worrying about little lady accidents, if you will.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Maskell

    A game-changer!I’ve been meaning to try a menstrual cup for years but always made an excuse not to buy one for whatever reason. After seeing how reasonably priced this one was and being impressed with the reviews, I decided to just go for it. I am so so happy that I did and I’ll tell you for why… (name that show)1. I liked that it came with both sizes. I was unsure which to go for. I’m a 33 year old with two children however they were born via c-section, not vaginally so I was confused as to whether that made a difference. I tried the large straight away and it just so happens that it was perfect for me. I have a 12 year old daughter who I will give the small one to so she can use it when she feels confident enough to insert it properly.2. Prior to first use, the look of the cup is intimidating. You can’t imagine how it will work when it’s inserted and I worried that it would take me ages (and require flexibility reserved for somebody much younger and slimmer than myself!) to make sure it was positioned correctly. I needn’t have worried. It went in correctly first time. I have an average height cervix and found that I didn’t need to alter the length of the stem however it is worth bearing in mind that you can cut it to length to make it more comfortable.3. This little beauty worked as it should immediately, leaving me in awe and wishing that I’d tried it years earlier. I can’t feel it once it’s in position and for somebody with an average flow, I only need to empty it twice a day. I have had no leaks whatsoever.4. Removal of the cup is simple enough. Possibly a little messy but nothing that I believe should put anybody off purchasing it. Plus it is so fascinating to see your ‘output’ – it’s less than you might have imagined!5. This cup will pay for itself after only a couple of months use and I imagine will last for years when taken care of properly. I can’t tell you how happy I am that I no longer have to buy tampons – both for the cost aspect, and the environmental impact.In summary, if you are dithering for whatever reason, I can wholeheartedly recommend this cup, especially if you are not wanting to part with the £25+ for a moon cup or diva cup. It might be the best thing you do for yourself, your bank account, and the environment!

  9. 1 out of 5

    Leah Susan Beckett

    Read my review before purchaseI wouldn’t buy this product. These mensural cups are SOOOO comfy!! BUT for some reason after one use the dark green cup smells disgusting!! Even after washing. I don’t know if it’s the colouring or plastic but has a awful cabbage/faeces smell.

  10. 5 out of 5


    Reviewed after my second cycleAbsolutely the best for me will not be looking back!First cycle: naturally Was paranoid when I first used it all the questions you’d have I had. After the first time putting it in I wanted to know how easy it would come out (tried several times) I needed an easy and comfortable way to do so. that’s something as a first time user you need to figure out on your own I think the most scariest part was thinking I’d lost the cup but if I could advise any female on here is It won’t get lost! Once ur aware of how ur cervix is shaped and understand that it can’t get lost you’ll gain more confidence when applying and removing.Second cycle: I was calm and I think I had created my own personal routine on application day one cycle was really light these are things I wasn’t paying attention to in my first cycle as I mentioned I was paranoid second time when it became easier I noticed different things. Day two I noticed the cup had a small holes at the rim of the cup this was Important as the Cus has a a suction method once inserted this was particularly good as it prevents spillage. How I found it easier to remove other cup was to push pelvic mussels down as if I was pushing for a poo the little nossle at the end of the cup would always become easier to find for removal. Continued this my whole cycle and understood my flow I could wear this for hours at a time sometimes I forgot I was on my period bed times was a bries no spillage smell was not a factor as ur probably aware the minute your blood is exposed to air it stars to smell hence why a pad is changed so often. be extremely clean when changing your cup i found if I was out I would have some gloves in my hand bag. always rinse the cup before putting it back it (I used to use hot water) you don’t have to wait for the cup to dry before putting it back. Swimming yes you can if u want to I promise with this you’ll forget your actually onWould I go back to pads, never again!

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