Diva Cup ~ Reusable Menstrual Cup

After reading about some unsanitary and quite scary situations with feminine hygiene products lately I have completely gone away from using tampons, FOREVER.  I am was guilty of not always taking the earth friendly reusable route before now but from this point on I am going to be a Diva Cup user.  This is one of the ways cloth diapers has turned this mama more ‘crunchy’ and I am happy to make the change!

So what is the Diva Cup? It is a non-absorbent menstrual cup that simply collects menstrual flow. It is inserted in the vagina and sits at the lower base of the vaginal canal. It is worn internally, yet because it is soft and smooth, it cannot be felt nor will it leak when inserted properly.

The Diva Cup is the most clean and convenient method of feminine hygiene protection. No need to touch the flow. It is worn low in the vagina, not near the cervix, so it is easy to remove. No mess and no excessive waste like tampons or pads! Diva Cup can be worn for up to 12 hours at a time before emptying and reinserting and makes all activities a breeze! No need to worry about comfort when working out or swimming or anything you would like to do that the traditional tampons and pads might make you shy away from. And YES you can use the Diva Cup overnight.

Available in 2 size options, it is easy to find which one you need: Model 1: For women under 30 years old who have never delivered vaginally or by Cesarean section and Model 2: For women over 30 years old and/or for women who have delivered vaginally or by Cesarean section.

I have to admit when I first got my Diva Cup in the mail I was a bit intimidated and nervous however after reading the directions (a few times lol) so I knew what to do and how to use it I was ready to give it a try.  It did take me a few tries to get used to putting it in however just like it says, once it is in you can’t feel it at all!  I love that the Diva Cup is BPA-free, Latex-free and plastic-free and there are no dyes, colors or additives to worry about being harmful to your body.

I am a busy mama, chasing a little toddler around and trying to keep track of my teen definitely has me on the go.  I never know what is going to be thrown in my lap and having my period can’t slow me down so having this comfortable, eco-friendly period solution has been amazing for me.  The flexibility of being able to wear the cup for 12 hours at a time is also great for busy women no matter what age.   

Available online and at many local stores for $39.99, consider the cost of a Diva Cup which can be used for a full year before replacing to what you spend typically on other not so green options and make the switch based on that alone!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Amy, a mom trying to make cents of it all says:

    I cloth diaper.

  2. We use cloth diapers!

  3. Stardust says:

    Trying to make the switch to mama cloth! This would help!


  4. Christine says:

    we cloth diaper and use reusable grocery bags :)

  5. I reuse my milk bags for snacks/sandwich bags.

  6. Use reusable (cloth) paper towels and napkins!

  7. Joanna B says:

    I already use cloth pads, so I've been interested in trying this, too!

  8. Brittney H says:

    Cloth diaper! Love it!!

  9. I have been wanting to try this for a while as well :)

  10. Kimberly O'Malley says:

    Hang my laundry to dry.

  11. Luci J. says:

    Cloth diapers and wipes, reusable bags for shopping, hang laundry to dry.

  12. Luci J. says:

    Cloth diaper and wipes, reuse grocery bags and/or bring cloth ones, hang pretty much all my laundry to dry!

  13. ReInventing Lolli says:

    I have a Diva Cup, just got it in the mail. Hoping that it will work for me. I will say though that I like that it comes with a pouch to keep it in and the silicone is a great material for a cup to be made out of. Mine is a size 2 as I just had a baby.

  14. crftyduchess says:

    We recycle & reuse

    ctymice at gmail dot com

  15. sabine26 says:

    We use cloth diapers, mama cloth, and the Lunette.

  16. I used cloth diapers with my youngest child. I use reusable items as often as possible (snack bags, napkins, containers for lunch instead of baggies).

  17. We recycle!

  18. Nicoleigh says:

    I use cloth diapers for my baby and would like to be more green regarding feminine hygiene.

  19. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper! And use soap nuts!

  20. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper! And use soap nuts!

  21. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper! And use soap nuts!

  22. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper. And use soap nuts!

  23. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper. And use soap nuts!

  24. Attila & Tamara says:

    We cloth diaper. And use soap nuts!

  25. zookeeper says:

    I use cloth diapers, the Diva Cup. and I am working towards a paperless kitchen.
    zootastic at peoplepc dot com

  26. Olivia L says:

    We use cloth diapers, reusable snack bags, cloth napkins, cloth grocery bags, etc.

  27. Whitney @ Momma Knows Best says:

    We reuse as much as possible!

  28. Tandy and Jeff says:

    we use cloth diapers and wipes. Also very rarely buy napkins - just use wipes/washclothes. And love our Klean Kanteen water bottles! =)
    ssqueakert at aol dot com

  29. I do most of my cleaning with vinegar.

    ayakers (at) gmail (dot) com

  30. Kristen W. says:

    We use cloth diapers.

  31. Melanie says:

    In addition to cloth diapers and wipes, and not flushing after every pee, we also use the water in the basement dehumidifier in the washing machine :)

  32. Carly H. says:

    I wear green clothes.

  33. Aside from CDing, we also use reusable sandwich/snack bags for lunches, reusable shopping bags and we are trying to phase out ziploc baggies too or at least reuse the ones we have to use.
    tvpg at aol dot com

  34. caedmen says:

    I cloth diaper to be more green:)

    (rachel n on raffelcopter)

  35. I try to recycle almost everything.


  36. We use cloth napkins and use natural items like vinegar for cleaning.

    canastaxyz at yahoo dot com

  37. mystikafaith says:

    cloth diapers are used at my house

  38. soap nuts for laundry, cloth diapers for baby, cloth grocery bags, and rainwater collection

  39. I use refillable water bottles, recycle, and don't use plastic utensils-I carry my own set of silverware with me all the time.
    kathlynebrown at yahoo dot com

  40. Sleppery says:

    we recycle, eat organic, & use cloth diapers :)

  41. Haute Mommy says:

    We cloth diapered & now I try to encourage more parents to as well :)

  42. Haute Mommy says:

    We cloth diapered & now I try to encourage more parents to as well :)

  43. mywildcrazylife says:

    I cloth diaper, recycle, hang clothes on the line, grow my own organic veggies, raise my own organic free range chickens for the eggs, many more things
    masugr@yahoo dot com

  44. Jesllee says:

    We recycle, plan to use cloth (TTC), got rid of most paper products and make most of our own cleaners with natural products.

  45. Justice Montgomery says:

    We cloth diaper!

  46. The Zoo says:

    Compost, reduce, reuse, recycle.
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  47. Ashley Pistolis says:

    I hang dry some of my clothes and plan on cloth diapering when Baby#2 arrives in August.

  48. Michelle says:

    Cloth Diapers & wipes, recycle, reuse, sell/buy kids clothes, toys, etc. at consignment sales.

  49. Katy Emanuel says:

    we cloth diaper

  50. Jenna Jones says:

    Cloth diapers!

  51. AlexisB2007 says:

    We recycle and will be cloth diapering in October!

  52. RissaMamaRex says:

    Cloth diapering once little girl is born… any day now!

  53. carlaboo11 says:

    we use cloth diaper, cloth "paper" towels, mama cloth, as little disposable stuff as possible

  54. I cloth diaper, and I try to recycle as much as I can.

  55. We cloth diaper & use natural products

  56. mammi_of_2 says:

    so far i just cloth diaper my little one and i use all green cleaning products
    bonnie r.

  57. Krystal says:

    I cloth diaper.

  58. Katie Santiago says:

    Cloth diapers and wipes!

  59. jswencki says:

    cloth diaper, recycle

  60. Deltaflute says:

    cloth diaper, recycle, use a cup/mama cloth, use cloth rags

  61. recycle, compost, cloth diaper, make own baby food, shop local, bike or walk as much as possible, re-insulated the house recently, green renovations like eco-paint and aeration filters on all sinks, always turn off lights when not in use, no kids toys with batteries, no junk!!!! in house period (only what we NEED), boycott big corporations, organic garden

  62. ps- rafflecopter name Christine L

  63. I make my own laundry detergent.

  64. We cloth diaper, garden, and compost

  65. Charlotte says:

    We recycle and are planning to cloth diaper.

  66. daivabaum says:

    We recycle and we are starting our own garden this year
    poniabaum at gmail dot com

  67. Kelley @ Kelley's Passion for Nutrition says:

    We have been switching our home cleaners for natural products. Also, changed the laundry and kitty litters to eco brands. We only use reusable bags to reduce plastic, and we recycle. Thank you for the chance to win, I have really been wanting one of these!

  68. LeettleBaby says:

    Cloth diaper, ma ma cloth, eco-friendly cleaners, un-paper towels, recycle, use cloth produce and shopping bags…

  69. Kittenish says:

    We use cloth napkins instead of paper napkins!
    Rafflecopter name: Jennifer Doe

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