Photo of nixit menstrual cup, carrying bag, reusable heavyweight 100% organic cotton tote in our signature pattern, and nixit wipes (15 per pack) - convenient menstrual cup wipes for keeping it clean on-the-go

nixit bundle

$84.00 CAD

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Box Color
Royal Blue

The ultimate package to start your nixit journey, or gift to someone special.

Each bundle contains:

  • nixit menstrual cup (box color of your choice), including a carrying bag
  • reusable heavyweight 100% organic cotton tote in our signature pattern
  • nixit wipes (15 per pack) - convenient menstrual cup wipes for keeping it clean on-the-go

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    12-hour Protection

    Full coverage day & night, holds up to 4 tampons worth — 70ml

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    Cost Savings

    Save hundreds of dollars annually with a cup that lasts up to 5 years

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    Mess-free Period Sex

    Comfortably wear for any activity. Easily forget you have your period

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    Suction-free Cup

    Our cup stays in naturally — no suction means removal is easier.

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    Premium Materials

    Soft, flexible and made with 100% medical grade BPA-free silicone.

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    Vaginal Wellness

    Free of chemicals and toxins, nixit won’t dry out or disrupt down there.

88% of our customers don't even feel nixit when they use it.

We’ve designed the nixit cup to be as thin as possible to make it easier for you to insert and remove.


Will nixit fit me?

When being inserted, nixit is the same size as a regular tampon. Since our cup is soft and flexible, it is easy to insert, no matter your shape or size.

Can I use nixit if I have an IUD?

nixit is safe to wear with an IUD when used as directed, but we do recommend consulting with your physician before first use regarding your particular IUD.

What is the difference between a menstrual disc and a menstrual cup?

Some people refer to nixit as a menstrual disc due to the fact that it does not use suction to stay in place and has a circular shape. Traditional menstrual cups are bell shaped and sit in your vagina, whereas nixit sits in your vaginal fornix. We call nixit a menstrual cup as menstrual cups collect your flow - it doesn’t matter to us where they sit, but we are happy to be called a cup or a disc!

How does it work?

nixit sits underneath your cervix and collects your flow.  At least every 12 hours, you remove nixit, empty the contents, wash it and then re-insert it. We have some great ‘how-to’ videos here

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Hemali P.

Love it!

Been using a diva cup for years, this is way better! super comfortable

United States United States
I recommend this product

Great on the first try!

Very happy with it! I have a super heavy flow my first two days and light the next couple. I've never used a cup before but it was great, even with a tilted uterus. Fit great on the first try and I wore it day and night. Pulling it out without making a mess is super tricky, especially if you have a heavy flow and wait the max 12hrs to take it out. Happy they suggested to take it out in the shower. Next time, I will try to not wait so long before I take it out. The light days are a breeze with it. I'm very happy I don't have to tampons anymore but will still use panty liners during my heavy days, just in case!

  • Age range 30 - 45
  • Flow Heavy
Jessica L.
Canada Canada

I really wanted to love it

I’ve been using a femmecycle for a few years now and loved everything about it except for the suction. When I saw an ad for nixit it sounded like exactly what I was looking for. When I put it in, I don’t feel it at all so I was very confident in it but it leaks. Every time. No matter how I try to insert it (and believe me I’ve tried every which way I could research) I just can’t get it to work. I wanted to love it but it just wasn’t for me