Would you use an inception cup whilst bleeding? Would you trust and have confidence in this so-called, Kind Cup regarding leakage? Is it up to us women to save our planet whilst bleeding? Would you be comfortable washing your blood after every use?
Why should we women feel guilty for bleeding our planet?
“It’s wonderful to get this patent that started from my simple sketches to this design that allows our menstrual cup to provide users a positive period so that they can feel secure, comfortable, and confident.”
Introducing the most user-friendly, most comfortable and trusted menstrual cup since its inception, Kind Cup. The newly patented technology means that the reusable menstrual cup is intentionally designed to better fit the natural curves of bodies and movements by adapting to fit the user’s body type.
With its one-of-a-kind design, use is seamlessly easy, the fit is incredibly comfortable and the cup seal ensures reliability.
I have no idea if this is true?
“I started Kind Cup with the vision to make an innovative menstrual cup that offered a better user experience than what the market was offering,” says Christine Brown, Kind Cup designer and founder.

Patent 11,096,819 B2 means that the Kind Cup has:

  • Ease of Use: Functional pressure points to aid in the insertion, opening, and removal of
  • the cup.
  • Cleanliness: Major design elements support placement to create a reliable seal.
  • Comfort: Designed with minimized pressure in sensitive areas, the cup’s rim and body
  • are form-fitting to exert less pressure while offering an ideal fit for a variety of users. The
  • removal stem can be adapted to any length depending on the user, is unnoticeable yet
  • sturdy and long enough for those with a higher cervix.

Eco-Friendly Bleeding

In addition, Kind Cup is proud to be doing its part to cut down on waste, helping people go green for the environment and their bodies, and the entire materials sourcing and manufacturing/production keep their carbon footprint to a minimum.
Kind Cups are 100% medical-grade silicone that meets US FDA regulations and conforms to the following biological testing protocols: systemic toxicity, intracutaneous toxicity, and 7-day implant.
As fashion is the most polluting business regarding our planet. Is it up to us women to feel the guilt for using pads to save our planet?

Money-Saving Expert

How much does it cost us, women, a month regarding our menstrual? Should pads be free for us women? I have three girls, on average this costs me per month, $20 a month. What is it costing you?

Share your thoughts, would you use this Kind Cup? Are you happy to insert a cup in your vagina and then have to wash the blood out?

No thanks, not for me!