A new, better way to period.

YONI is a comfortable, eco-friendly and cost-effective way to manage your flow.

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Zoom YONI Period Cup
Zoom YONI Period Cup
Zoom YONI Period Cup
Zoom YONI Period Cup

YONI Period Cup

$39.00 Regular price $49.00

The YONI period cup is a reusable alternative to pads and tampons. It is made with soft, medical-grade silicone and can be worn comfortably for up to 8 hrs. Once inserted, you do not feel the cup at all.

Once your cup is filled, you just empty, wash, rinse, and reinsert the cup for up to 8 hours of protection. Better for both you and the planet.

  • Save money - one cup last 10 years
  • Wear for 8 hours
  • Odour free
  • Great for heavy flows - holds 25 to 35ml (a regular tampon or pad holds 5ml)
  • Lower risk of TSS
  • Eco friendly (long use and 100% plastic-free)
  • Toxin-free (there's bleach in tampons, waat?)

End period poverty: For every cup purchased, we donate one to someone with limited access to period care. Read more about our commitment here.

90-Day Flow Guarantee: If you are not best friends with your cup after 90 days (three cycles-ish), just let us know and we'll send you another size free of charge. Or a full refund. 

How to use a period cup

Use while sleeping, travelling, at work or the gym! Say hello to the new way to manage your flow, anywhere. Just fold, insert and wear for up to 8 hours.

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Period cup size guide

Most people can use both sizes, but one may be a better fit than the other. Some things that you might want to consider is your age and the heaviness of your flow.

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How to fold your cup

Unlike tampons, you will need to fold your cup before insertion. Like our fingerprints - our vulvas and vaginas are all inherently different. So don't be afraid to try a couple of different folds before picking your favourite.

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Culture and menstruation: we need to talk about periods

We use euphemisms like ‘sanitary products’ and ‘feminine hygiene’ and ‘that time of the month’, calling a period by anything but its name, whether it be out of discomfort, or habit, or both.