nixit menstrual cup
At nixit, we make menstrual cups simple. Our disc-style menstrual cup is made from ultra soft silicone with a unique, one size fits all shape. No confusing sizes, no awkward folds. A simple period cup design that conforms to you.
100% medical grade silicone.
The nixit menstrual cup is circular in shape and has a 70mm diameter.
It's soft and supple qualities mean that it molds to your body for a personal fit.
How To Clean
How To Clean
We recommend cleaning your nixit menstrual cup at least every 12 hours, using our wash, wipes or water and a mild soap.
Between cycles you can sterilize your cup by boiling it in a pot with plenty of water for at least 5 minutes.
You can expect to receive your order within 2 weeks with standard shipping. Express orders should be received within 3 business days.
We ship plastic-free in unbranded cardboard boxes.
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 the sides are pinched together for insertion, 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