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INTIMINA Ziggy Cup x1

3.2 of 9 reviews

$50.96

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INTIMINA Ziggy Cup Reviews

3.2 of 9 reviews

44% recommend this product

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Most Helpful Positive

Try this cup, you’ll never look back.

MissJadè

This was my first time purchasing and trying a menstrual cup. I have a copper IUD and was weary about the possibility of dislodgment due to suction which can be created by the standard cups. After some research I was comfortable with trying the disk style cups as they don’t create suction to stay in place. It was between the Nixit and Ziggy, I chose the Ziggy because it was shipping from Australia as opposed to the USA. When it arrived I was a bit nervous and stored in on the shelf until my period came. Initially I still reverted to tampons before I decided to just bite the bullet and attempt to wear the Ziggy cup. I had heard horror stories about cups - hard to insert, hard to remove, leakage, not comfortable etc the list went on. I was skeptical but just did it anyway. Insertion was bit nerve racking initially but I watched the video in slow motion while I inserted. You need to insert the back end first, the back end is the deeper end. You push it in and then guide it down until you can’t push it any further. You then push the front part up against your pubic bone. You won’t be able to feel it if you’ve inserted it correctly. I was able to wear it for 12 hours with no leakage, this was on my heaviest days. It was amazing. It’s capacity is 75ml so you should only need to change it twice a day. It does not leak. If it is leaking you aren't inserting it correctly. I will always empty it in the shower and it is messy but this is unavoidable in my opinion. It’s no issue in the shower however. It does not interfere with my IUD and doesn’t pull on the strings. I never had my strings shortened but that is an option if you are worried about it. I will never use another cup, the Ziggy cup is revolutionary. It will take you a few tries to perfect how you remove it but I just hook my index finger inside the cup and gently pull out. Don’t be scared girls, it is worth it!

Most Helpful Criticism

Difficult to get used to

Mad

This is my second cup, after a more traditional shape. In theory I love it, but in practice I just can't seem to get it to fit right. It feels quite uncomfortable, like it's too big, and I know that means I'm probably not inserting it right, but all the same. Will persevere but it's not as intuitive as the more traditional options.
  1. Not for my body

    Livvy

    verified purchaser
    I really love the idea of the shape and thinness of this cup but it did just not fit my body. I tried it for two days (with back up liners) and had leaks whenever I wasn't sitting still. If a NuvaRing doesn't sit snug between your cervix and public bone, this might not either.
  2. Unforgiving, large menstrual disc

    Ky

    I was tossing up between buying nixit from the states or getting ziggy from a local supplier. I decided to go local but I absolutely regret this purchase.

    The cup rim had no softness, so despite the fact it's only marginally bigger than nixit, it has much less malleability to fit in a squished space.

    It only comes in one size - and this one size super large. Which of cou...
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  3. So so good

    Alli

    The Ziggy disc is so comfortable to wear - hands down the most comfortable, can’t-feel-it-at-all experience.

    I’m an experienced cup user and have recently found standard cups to be increasingly uncomfortable, I guess as I’ve gotten older. I tried a super soft cup to try to help the situation and struggled to get it to ‘open’. I tried about 5 different folds before hitting on the one ...
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  4. Difficult to get used to

    Mad

    This is my second cup, after a more traditional shape. In theory I love it, but in practice I just can't seem to get it to fit right. It feels quite uncomfortable, like it's too big, and I know that means I'm probably not inserting it right, but all the same. Will persevere but it's not as intuitive as the more traditional options.
  5. Ziggy cup is difficult and painful to insert

    Simmy

    This actually hurt to try to insert and push behind pubic bone.
    I wasn't able to even get it to stay in place. Leaked everywhere.

    For the price this is absolutely not worth it.
  6. Try this cup, you’ll never look back.

    MissJadè

    This was my first time purchasing and trying a menstrual cup. I have a copper IUD and was weary about the possibility of dislodgment due to suction which can be created by the standard cups. After some research I was comfortable with trying the disk style cups as they don’t create suction to stay in place. It was between the Nixit and Ziggy, I chose the Ziggy because it was shipping from Australia...
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  7. THIS IS IT!

    Kirby

    This is the last menstrual cup you will need to buy!
    I have bought 4 and to be honest I thought this one would be just as uncomfortable and difficult to use as the rest.
    It's not, I can't feel a thing.
    No "folding techniques".
    No leaks.
    It just works!
    So happy to finally be free of disposables.
  8. A different kind of cup.

    Soph

    verified purchaser
    I purchased the Ziggy cup after purchasing the Lily cup (which I love - simple and easy to use). I tried this one and I have not found it to be as good. I found it awkward and uncomfortable. Probably will be using it incorrectly but will keep trying.
  9. Versatile!

    Shannon (Adore Beauty Staff)

    Here I am reviewing period cups, at work. What a time to be alive!

    Anyway -

    I was surprised to realise I've been using period cups for nearly a decade now, which means that I've saved 2,600ish pads & tampons from going into landfill, and assuming I paid about $8 for a 30 pack (which is the lower end of the price spectrum) I saved about $700. Nice!!

    I actually...
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