bloody is a company that specializes in sustainable menstrual products. Their flagship product is the Bloody Good Menstrual Cup, a reusable silicone cup that can be worn for up to 12 hours at a time. The company is committed to providing safe, comfortable, and affordable menstrual products while also giving back to communities in need through donations to organizations that provide menstrual supplies and education. With a team of passionate individuals dedicated to menstrual health and sustainability, bloody aims to make periods a little bit easier for everyone.
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This storage combo is created by Breeze, a women-owned and local brand. Easy and hygienic storage for your period cup. Plus, sterilizing could be done anywhere with the portable and collapsible container! Comes with a period cup and foldable storage container. Each order will come in a batik drawstring pouch, hand-sewn by TAPAi. Get yours now!
Capacity: 1 period cup and 1 container with pouch
Made In: Malaysia
Container - Sunshine Yellow, Sunset Orange, Ocean Blue, Breezy Blue & Midnight Blue
1. Pull the container to make space for a period cup.
2. Store your period cup.
2. Sterilize your period cup by using the Breeze sterilizer or microwave.
Store at a dry and a normal-temperature place.
It will leave you:
- feeling like it's any other day (no more humidity down there or dangling strings, yay!),
- feeling dry & clean (even while you pee & poo, no more blood stains, yay!),
- environmentally friendly (1 cup vs 1,000 pads (~2kg) / 720 tampons (~1kg) waste over 5 years),
- cost efficient (1 cup (RM66) vs pads (RM270) / tampons (RM750) over 5 years).
Breeze For You differentiation factors includes:
- Menstrual cup on-the-go / Sterilize anytime & anywhere
In 8 minutes, the Breeze Cup is sterilised & ready to use, thanks to the Breeze sterilization method. No hassle of boiling your menstrual cup for 5-10 minutes (total time before use: >15 minutes) or finding a microwave to sterilize in 2-5 minutes (total time before use: >10 minutes) and having to wait for the cup to cool down before using.
After sterilizing and while using the Breeze Cup, the collapsed Breeze Container will fit easily in your handbag, sports bag or water bag. You can also use the Breeze Container to hold water if you’re emptying out your cup in a public toilet without a bidet.
At just RM66, a thrifty pad user will save over RM200 within 5 years. A tampon user will save ~RM88 within 1 year, over RM700 over 5 years. Malaysia’s menstrual cup average price is RM75 - RM100.
- Locally made
Every product from the cup, container, tablet to the packaging are made in Malaysia. #SupportLocal #ReduceCarbonFootprint
We are proud to feature local artists like Yi Zhen Leong, the illustrator, Yong Kit Kin, stay-home mom who paints while her kid sleeps, Niezam Zam, batik artisan in Terengganu via Inkaa.
Each order will come in a drawstring pouch, handsewn by TAPAi. TAPAi is a part of the Community Rehabilitation Program for differently-abled people where prevention, rehabilitation, and development initiatives are implemented. It relies on the active involvement of families and communities in order to ensure equal opportunity and promote the integration of disabled people into society. A short story of the maker is included in the pouch.
Yes, it's safe. It's made up of 100% medical grade equivalent silicone and it's soft and pleasant to touch.
Small - Suitable for women who have not given birth naturally, i.e via vaginal delivery.
Large - Suitable for women who have given birth naturally or have weak pelvic floor muscles.
8-12 hours. It is recommended to remove the menstrual cup earlier depending on your flow.
For heavier days, it is recommended to empty your cup after 4-6 hours. As the cup has 4 vent holes below the rim, pinching the base of the cup will reduce the volume of the cup, which in turns may cause blood to overflow through the 4 vent holes if it’s over the capacity of the cup.
If the cup is inserted properly and sealed, it is leak-free and very comfy. No need to put an extra towel/cloth.
Yes, as it is leak-proof when inserted properly, you don't have to worry of any blood drippings or spillage. Shark-friendly I must say.
As the cup is inside your vagina, your urethral opening, where your pee comes out and anus, where your poop comes out from, are perfectly free to function normally.
You will come to notice that your pee and poop will have no blood residue.
This depends on each individual's vaginal flora. Sometimes the cup may even get a little discolored, and this can be due to certain birth-control pills you may take or just the natural varying levels of pH within your vagina. At any rate, it is mostly the smell of you and your blood, so it shouldn't be much of an issue.
Unlikely when the menstrual cup is used with good personal hygiene habits such as washing your hands before handling the menstrual cup, sterilising the cup before and after each cycle, etc.
Although infection is highly unlikely, it is possible. See a doctor or other provider if you begin experiencing:
- unusual vaginal discharge
- vaginal pain or soreness
- burning during urination or intercourse
- foul odor from the vagina
If you're worried about toxic shock syndrome (TSS), do note that wearing a menstrual cup does not make you prone to TSS. The longer you keep the menstrual cup in your vagina, the higher the risk of contracting TSS. Hence, it is important to remove the cup after a maximum of 12 hours to empty and rinse before using it again. You should seek immediate medical attention if you experience TSS symptoms which includes:
- high fever
- rash (may resemble sunburn)
Yes. There is no one definition of virginity. Most people would say that a virgin is someone who's never had sex — and by “sex,” they often mean penetration of the vagina. The worry of losing one’s virginity due to the menstrual cup breaking the hymen is not a reliable indicator according to researchers1.
Your hymen — like your finger or your ear — is just a body part. It doesn’t determine whether or not you’re a virgin any more than your toes do. Plus, not everyone is born with a hymen, and if they are, it may be a very small piece of tissue. Furthermore, the hymen can be broken without even being aware of it, often through athletic activities. For example, a slip while riding a bicycle may or horse riding.
1Perlman, Sally E.; Nakajyma, Steven T.; Hertweck, S. Paige (2004). Clinical protocols in pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Parthenon. p. 131. ISBN 978-1-84214-199-1.
Some evidence suggests that menstrual cups can dislodge IUDs. However, IUD expulsion naturally occurs in about one in 20 people, with or without the use of menstrual cups. It commonly occurs during a period, so it is not possible to confirm that the menstrual cup was the direct cause of expulsion.
A 2012 study found that the risk of IUD expulsion was no higher when people used tampons, pads, or menstrual cups.
However, people who use an IUD may wish to avoid menstrual cups if they are worried about the potential risk of expulsion. Please consult your doctor for further details.
Please consult your doctor for further instructions as everyone's delivery & healing duration may differ. Generally, it may take around 6 weeks after giving birth for one to fully recover and attempt to use a menstrual cup.
While there are no scientific reasons not to, think of it as your toothbrush. Would you share it? 😉
60 - 120 times, which is up to 5 - 10 years, with proper care and maintenance of the cup.
However, if there is a major discoloration of the cup or it runs out of shape, it is sign to replace the cup.