Reusable Menstrual Cup

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Life is too short to keep worrying during your periods about leakage, staining, or being uncomfortable because of rashes. Introducing Bombae Menstrual Cup that is made with 100% Medical Grade Silicone, and provides 12 hours of guaranteed protection from leakage and bad odor. Its ring stem design ensures easy and pain-free removal of the cup without any hassle. No discomfort, just flow in the cup!

Available in 2 sizes M & L.


1. Always wash your hands before insertion or removal of the cup.
2. Use it while only when on your periods.
3. Menstrual cups don't act as contraceptive.
4. If using an IUD, consult your gynae before using a menstrual cup.
5. Once periods are over, store it in the pouch provided till the next cycle.

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-Wash the cup by placing it in boiling water for 7 mins. Dry & cool it before use.
- Fold the cup into a U-shape with your thumb & forefinger.
- Relax your body & insert the cup while pushing it upwards.
- Pinch the base of the cup and squeeze to release the vacuum, & gently pull it out.

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Is it safe to use a menstrual cup?

Yes, it is completely safe to use a menstrual cup as it is ultra-soft and made of 100% medical grade silicone. It is BPA free and contains no toxins. Unlike sanitary napkins and tampons, menstrual cups are free of any added fragrances, chemicals and bleaching agents that could react with the body to cause infections. 

How is a menstrual cup better than a sanitary napkin or a tampon?

A menstrual cup collects the blood instead of absorbing it which makes it free of toxins and chemicals. It provides 12-hour long protection against any leaks and allows one to perform all kinds of physical activities without any issues. It is a zero-waste alternative that can be reused for up to 8-10 years. In addition to that, unlike tampons, there is no risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), which is a rare bacterial infection associated with tampon use.

Can under 18 use these cups?

Yes, they can. It is absolutely safe to use a menstrual cup even for teenagers who have just started menstruating. 

What cup size is right for me?

The size of the cup will depend on how heavy your flow is, if you are a virgin and whether you have given birth vaginally. 

Small: For teenagers who have light flow and have just started menstruating.  

Medium: For women (up to the age of 35) who have medium to heavy flow and have not given birth vaginally. 

Large: For women who are 35 and above, experience heavy flow and have given birth vaginally.  

How much blood can a menstrual cup hold?

The capacity of different sizes of our menstrual cups is as follows:

  • Medium- 22 ml
  • Large- 30 ml

How can I insert a menstrual cup?

Wash your hands thoroughly. Fold the cup in a C or a U fold. Squat or lift your leg up and while tightly holding the menstrual cup, push the cup inside your vaginal canal with the rim facing up. Push it deep enough to only have the ring sticking out for easy removal of the cup. Tug at it lightly or rotate the cup to make sure it has opened inside and is airtight. 

How can I remove the menstrual cup?

Place your finger on the vaginal opening to locate the ring and lightly tug at it for easy removal. Another way you can remove the cup is by pinching the bottom of the cup with your fingers to break the suction which will help you in pulling the cup out. However, with the ring at the end of the cup, grabbing the cup and pulling it down to break the suction becomes much easier. 

Do I need to remove the cup every time I go to the loo?

No, you can easily urinate and pass stools with the cup inserted. However, after passing stools, make sure the cup remains in place to avoid any leaks. You should check its position after thoroughly washing your hands. 

How frequently should I empty the cup?

A menstrual cup can stay inserted for over 12 hours without any issues to provide complete protection from any leaks. However, it is advised to empty the cup every 6-8 hours. You can remove it more frequently (every 4 hours) depending on the menstrual flow on any given day.

Will the cup get stuck? 

No, the cup cannot get stuck inside your body. 

In case you are unable to pull it out in one go, follow the below steps - 

Relax and take a deep breath before you try removing the cup.

Put your finger inside to locate the ring and lightly tug at it for easy removal. 

Another way you can remove the cup is by pinching the bottom of the cup with your fingers to break the suction which will help you in pulling the cup out completely. 

How is a ring stem design better than a regular stem?

A ring stem allows you to easily remove the cup without any hassle. You can hook your finger into the ring to pull it down which allows you to have a better grip over the cup and also prevents the cup from falling into the toilet during removal.  

Can I sleep while wearing the cup?

Yes, you can. 

What is a menstrual cup steriliser container?

It is a collapsible soft container made from 100% food grade silicone for quick sterilization of the menstrual cups. It fits all cup sizes, kills 99% germs and is microwaveable. 

How do I sterilise the menstrual cup? How frequently should I sterilise it? 

To sterilise the cup, place it in the sterilising container and pour boiling water over it. Let it sit in the container for up to 10 mins after which you can empty the container and begin using it. If your cycle is over, store the cup in the jute bag post sterilising. Repeat the same process before and after your cycle each time.

When should I replace my menstrual cup? 

Menstrual cups can last for 8-10 years if they are stored and used correctly. However, if you feel that the suction is not strong enough from the edges or the edges are not smooth, you should change the menstrual cup. 

Will a menstrual cup stretch or change the shape of my vagina?

The muscles in the vagina are very elastic, which means something like a menstrual cup will not cause the vagina to stretch out. It simply stretches to make space for the cup and goes back to its original size when the cup is pulled out.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews

I tried menstrual cup for the first time with Bombae menstrual cup. And, I feel so liberated. It took me two attempts to get it right in place but since then I feel so comfortable to move around. Will recommend every women to try menstrual cups to feel the difference w.r.t sanitary pads.


I have been using Menstrual cups for last 3 years and was delighted to see an offering from Bombae. Couldn't help trying it. And, I am totally in awe. Bombae knows how to delight me, just like their razor does. The ring - it made removing the cup so easy. I am not going back to my earlier cups again.

Ayesha Khan

Ok so this is the first time I've ever tried a cup. For reference, I used to use tampons but hated them because of leaks and making cramps feel worse so pretty much exclusively used pads for the last few years. Whiiiiiich I also hated because they leaked too and I just hated the way it can feel like you're sitting in a wet nappy 🙄. The reasons I wanted to swap to a cup was firstly the leakage, secondly the environmental impact of disposable products.

One instant positive I found was there was no leaks with this cup! Not in the day, not in the night. Freedom!! This alone was transformative for me. Another benefit I found is that when using a cup, you can ACTUALLY tell how heavy your period is, which I think is something useful for women who feel like their periods may be abnormal.

Pallavi sharma

There’s lot of buzz about menstrual cups so what are they really?

Description A menstrual cup is a feminine hygiene device that is inserted into the vagina during menstruation. Its purpose is to collect menstrual fluid and prevent its leaking onto clothes. Menstrual cups are usually made of flexible medical grade silicone and shaped like a bell with a stem.
Myths -
Painful ,uncomfortable
Causes toxic shock syndrome
i was as scared as anyone to use this product and i gave it a try and believe me they are super easy to use and a great alternative which is actually good for your body and our planet
Do you know you will be creating zero waste and this cup lasts 10years and gives you 12 hours of protection
No stains ,leaks and odours you can swim dance and enjoy the freedom during periods . I guess thats the meaning of embracing the periods !! Isn’t it better for your body , environment and your wallet !!
I know youa re scared just give it a try and decide yourself


Hello girly! But this a cheaper alternative that’s super great! I’m 16 and I got the medium size .I watched some videos on how to insert and take it out so it was easy for me. Super awesome has great suction once I figured out how to open it

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Reusable Menstrual Cup

Rs. 399