AllMatters Menstrual Cup (OrganiCup)

Regular price $39.90

  • Medical-grade UNDYED silicone
  • The only menstrual cup certified hypoallergenic with AllergyCertified
  • Registered with The Vegan Society
  • FDA registered
  • Made in Germany
  • Cup satisfaction guarantee

The AllMatters vision is #NEWPERIOD. In 3 years, you can use 792 tampons / pads or 1 AllMatters menstrual cup.

Menstrual cups are a wonderful reusable period product that can be used and reused for years. Silicone is derived from quartz, which is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's crust and not hazardous to the environment. The menstrual cup is not coloured, avoiding any colouring additives.

When inserted correctly, you will not feel any discomfort and will be unable to tell that you have a cup inserted.

Size does not depend on anatomy. It depends on how much flow the cup can hold.


The menstrual cup packaging is made from recyclable carton and instructions are printed directly onto the packaging to minimise waste. 

Can I swim with the cup and how long can I leave it in?
YES! The cup when inserted correctly will be leak-free for 8-12 hours on average). On a heavy-flow day, empty the cup more often. For the average bleeder, the cup holds 3 tampons' worth and can be worn for up to 12 hours.

How to insert
Find out which fold you are most comfortable with - there are several ... The C-fold and the Punchdown fold are our favourites! Make sure you maintain a firm grip on the cup and insert the cup tilted diagonally towards the back (towards your tailbone). Make sure that the cup is fully open by running your finger around the base of the cup to check for any folds.



How to remove
Reach your fingers in and find the base of the cup. Press down on the base of the cup to break the "seal" and pull the cup out. Make sure to maintain a firm grip of the cup. Do not pull hard on the stem to remove the cup as you will feel resistance. Use the stem as a guide to find the base of the cup.

Sterilising is not necessary every time you empty the cup out. But you should sterilise the cup before and after your period. Simply get a small bowl, place your cup inside, and pour hot water over to soak for 5 minutes. 

Cleaning tips!
Use clean water and a fragrance-free soap to wash out. Dry with tissue or a clean towel. If you are in public, handicapped toilets with connected sinks are great. You can also use a water bottle to clean it out. Rinsing the cup with water every time you empty it will help prevent stains in the long run and keep your cup looking fresh! This cup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone and can potentially last for several years. If the cup changes in colour or texture (becomes slimy), or changes in appearance in any way, stop use immediately.

Menstrual cups are very hygienic because no external factors or free oxygen will reach the accumulated menstrual flow while the cup is inserted, and no bacteria will be created. Wash your hands with soap before you insert or remove the cup and you should empty your menstrual every 8-12 hours, or earlier depending on your flow.

A 2019 report by the Lancet Public Health also concluded that menstrual cups are a safe option.



TSS is a complication of bacterial infections, which has been associated with tampon use, but is not solely linked to tampons. In fact, 50% of cases are non-menstrual and 25% are found in men.

Unlike pads and tampons that absorb menstrual flow, a menstrual cup collects and catch it. This means that no oxygen reaches the collected flow and it remains bacteria free. It also means that no unnecessary vaginal fluids will be absorbed. This eliminates irritation and dryness while ensuring that the natural pH balance of the vagina is kept intact. To contract TSS, a person needs to be a carrier of a specific strain of staph bacteria (staphylococcus aureus) in their body. 



The menstrual cup:

In many cities, including Singapore, if you bin your old cup, it’ll be burned to create energy. If you’d rather not throw your cup in the bin, you can also burn it yourself in a controlled environment. Silicone is basically sand (quartz) and will only produce a tiny bit of CO2 due to the small quantity of silicone used in each cup.

The packaging:

All our packaging is made from recycled and/or recyclable paper and cardboard. Please make sure to dispose of the packaging in the appropriate bin, according to your local recycling regulations.

If you have any pre-existing health conditions or if you are using an IUD, check with a doctor before use.

Cup satisfaction guarantee
As the official distributor of AllMatters products in Singapore, we offer their generous cup satisfaction guarantee. After trying the cup for min. 90 days, you can request a cup size exchange. To claim this, you must have a receipt from our website or partner stockists.  

Further terms of our website and sales can be found here.


You can buy AllMatters in Singapore at, we are the only stockist for the original OrganiCup in Singapore. OrganiCup Singapore.

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