Ninoy Aquino Day Customer Service Schedule:

In observance of Ninoy Aquino Day, our Customer Service Team will be offline on August 21. We will respond to inquiries when office hours resume on August 22, 10AM.

Anytime Menstrual Cup (Size 1)


CLAIM TO FAME: A reusable menstrual cup that serves as a healthier alternative to sanitary pads and tampons

FAST FACTS: Cup-shaped reservoir works by collecting menstrual fluids once inserted into the vagina; forms a seal to prevent blood flowing out; won’t absorb the blood or natural secretions so as not to cause dryness; won’t hold the TSS risk that tampons do; can hold 20 to 30ml so you can go a full day without emptying; minimizes odors so you feel fresh all day; soft and flexible so it’s barely felt when worn; great for use during various physical and water-related activities; lasts for around 10 years with proper care; comfortable, convenient, and easy to use

PERFECT FOR: Women 30 and below and have not given birth vaginally; high protection, even on your heaviest day

WHAT YOU GET: (1) Anytime Menstrual Cup (Size 1)
INGREDIENTS: 100% medical grade silicone

1) Fold cup using preferred folding style.
2) Wear for no more than 12 hours.
3) Remove, empty over the toilet, and rinse clean.

Anytime Menstrual Cup

Anytime Menstrual Cup PH aims to provide Filipinas with good quality, affordable, and reusable period protection in the form of a cup-type insertion. Made of a high quality silicone used in the medical and food industry, each cup works by creating a vacuum-like seal once inserted to prevent leakage as it gathers menstrual flow. It can collect 3 times more liquid compared to ordinary pads or tampons, and depending on the strength of flow, will provide protection from leaks for up to 4 to 6 hours for heavy, strong flow and 8 to 20 hours for average flow—letting you last a full day before emptying the cup out. It not only helps you cut out the use of plastic during your monthly cycle but also is perfect for providing comfort and security during physical activities, including water-related sports.

See all products
Sit tight, beautiful things
are worth the wait!

5 reviews

Share your experience with this product
4.8 out of 5
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star
Top Reviewer
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 22


THIS. This product has changed my life, but especially the 5-7 days each month when I get my period. Menstrual cups are extremely cost-effective, I used to finish about 2-3 packs of napkins per period, that adds up to about PHP 120 per month so in 6 months or so this basically paid for itself. Apart from that, wearing a menstrual cup means I can do sports and swim without worrying about leaks or any awkward outlines. I swim a lot and on my period that means I have to run out of the pool into the bathroom to avoid any leaks, but with this I don't have to worry at all. Sports are also much better since I don't have to worry about my napkin showing through my leggings (or about sweaty napkins urgh). Highly suggest buying this.

about 12 hours ago
Certified Buyer
  • Age 25

My zero waste heart is soooo happy!

I used to finish a pack of sanitary pads for my period and it has been two months that I have not bought any! I’ve been trying my best to practice zero waste and I can say that the use of this menstrual cup is one of my best practices. Plus no leaks all day as long as it is worn correctly, YouTube tutorials helped. Buying this is definitely one of the best decisions I made this year!

7 days ago
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 22

I love it!

This product definitely works. This is relatively smaller and softer compared to other brands. However, since the stem is sticking out which is very irrititating and uncomfortable for me, I had to trim it. You won't feel it inside and it doesn't leak if inserted properly so practice. Also it doesn't cause rashes and stinky smell unlike when you're wearing pads.

30 days ago
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Mestiza
  • Age 29

Practice practice and more practice

This is my second "cycle" of using this. I think this has a potential to be a wonderful product. You just need to get use to it... And I'm still in the getting use stage. It is best to insert this in a non stressful-no hurry environment. I had to cut of approximately 3 tabs of the tail just so it doesn't stick out (it is painful when it's out). My cramps is a lil bit worse, maybe because of the pressure. Im having a bit of leakage (but not a lot). PROS: environment friendly, budget wise will help you in the long run, can go swimming, you dont feel it when inserted properly.

2 months ago
Top Reviewer
Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena
  • Age 22

It's not trouble-free... but that's no fault of the product. :)

I'm admittedly new to menstrual cups, so any troubles I've had with this most probably isn't the fault of the product itself. Be warned that the box doesn't really come with lengthy or thorough instructions; you'll want to google those or watch a couple of videos on YouTube. It does come with its own small pouch (it fits just the cup, don't expect to carry anything else in it), which is great for storage when you're not on your cycle. The cup is made of sturdy, but flexible, silicone. I got this in the colour purple and it's absolutely adorable. The stem is quite long, and from what I've read, you can definitely trim it bit by bit until it's at a length that feels most comfortable. I had to do that because as is, the stem was poking me and made the experience really unpleasant. I decided to try a cup because I wanted to reduce the waste I produce (I previously used both tampons and pads every cycle), and many of the sources I've read tout it as a cleaner, safer way to manage your period. It does take a couple of cycles to get used to though, and I admit I had some leaking issues during this first cycle that I've used it. I'm determined to continue, however, because I can see how it would be a much better alternative once you do get the hang of it. Also (TMI!!) it's weirdly satisfying to see all that discarded blood collected in the cup right before you dump it out over the toilet. Sorry! Haha. Don't let the steep learning curve deter you from trying a menstrual cup. It may seem "too large" for you to insert, but rest assured that we're physiologically capable of handling it. My advice is to watch a lot of tutorials, read a lot of reviews and blogs, and to get comfortable with your body to prepare for your menstrual cup journey. I'll admit, I'm excited for my next cycle so I can have another shot at trying it out. If it helps save the planet, reduces my risk of TSS, and saves me money in the long run, then I'm definitely prepared to make a couple sacrifices!

3 months ago