Monday, December 2, 2013

Diva Cup Review & GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)


I recently tried out the model 1 Diva Cup! After my review, you will be able to enter to win a Diva Cup (you pick the size) FREE of charge!

The Diva Cup is made in Canada of 100% Medical grade silicone and is FDA approved. It is latex, plastic, BPA & chlorine free.

The Diva Cup comes in 2 sizes:

Model 1 -  for women under 30 who have never had children. 43mm diameter. Total Length is 67mm. Stem is 10mm. Capacity 30ml.

and

Model 2 - for women over 30 and/or who have had children. 46mm diameter. Total length is 67mm. Stem is 10mm. Capacity is 30ml. 







The diva cup has 4 suction/air holes near the rim of the cup. It has a hollow stem with grip rings and grip rings around the bottom of the cup to help with removal. The Diva Cup has measuring lines on the inside of the cup at the 7.5ml (1/4oz) & 15ml (1/2oz) mark. There is a gentle, slight rim at the 15ml mark before the upper rim. "Made in Canada", "The Diva Cup" & the number indicating size (1 or 2) is stamped into the silicone on the inside of the rim. The Diva Cup is shaped a bit like an ice cream cone. :)

The Diva Cup comes with a cotton pouch and a flower pin that says Diva. The instruction sheet is printed in 4 languages: English, Spanish, French & German. The Diva Cup was founded in 2003 by a mother/daughter team.


I really like The Diva Cup. It's not too firm and is smooth and silky feeling. The Diva Cup is easy to insert and remove and pops open easily. When inserted you can't even feel it! I like using the 7-fold with this cup. The grip rings at the bottom of the cup are nice and helpful in aiding in removal. I do wish the stem was a bit longer though. (That is my only complaint). Unless you have a higher cervix, you will find the stem length is fine for you or may even trim it off completely. The Diva Cup is easy to clean too. Just a bit of mild soap (or DivaWash) and water and you're good to go! This cup is good for going out and about or just lounging at home. You may even forget you're on your period!

Discreet customs form.

Made in Canada


The Diva Cup & Measuring lines.

Stem and grip rings.

Firmness.

C fold.

Punchdown fold.

7 fold.


The Diva Cup runs around $39.99. You can find it in a store near you or online.

You can find The Diva cup on Facebook and Twitter.

I was not paid for this review or endorsement.


Now time for the GIVEAWAY! Please fill out the form below and a winner will be randomly selected on Monday, December 9th, 2013. This giveaway is open to the USA and Canada!

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28 comments:

  1. Oooh I would love to try the diva cup. Never really sorry of jelled with the idea of a cup (or tampons ect). Starting to get curious now though lol

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  2. Many thanks for your review! I'm reading as many as possible to see what models there are and which could fit.

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  3. I use a moon cup currently and would love to compare it with the diva cup, and see if it works better for me!

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  4. I'm glad this cup worked out for you. I would love to win this cup so I can have a bigger one to see if it works better. I got a small MeLuna first :/

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  5. I currently use Instead Softcup and would love to have a Diva Cup to compare and possibly switch to!

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  6. Love your background! Would love to try this cup.

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  7. I loved reading your review. I hope I win! :)

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  8. Awesome giveaway! Hope I win. Been wanting to try it!

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  9. Would love to try a Diva! Thanks for the chance!!

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  10. I'd love to try this cup! That stem would need a trim for sure

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  11. I didn't know that Diva Cups were made in Canada! How awesome!

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  12. Would love to try the Diva cup. Started with the Fleur Cup No. 2, was a bit large, switched to MeLuna small and medium.

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  13. Thanks for the giveaway... I currently use (and LOVE) my Diva Cup, but would love to win this to give to my sister, who has yet to make the switch. I have a feeling she would be amazed at the difference between a reusable cup and icky disposable products, especially with her on-the-go lifestyle.

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  14. I'd love to get one to give to my niece when the time comes. I'd like her to start out with less toxic options.

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  15. I would so love to win this!! Thanks for hosting!

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  16. I love my Diva, Im gonna have to get a size 2 soon though to be ready for ppaf!

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  17. I would love to try the diva cup!!

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  18. I've always wanted to try these, but never got around to buying one.

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  19. I'd love to try a more economical and healthy alternative, and the Diva Cup sounds like a great option. :)

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  20. Ooh I have been wanting to try this!

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  21. I've been meaning to try one of these. With my heavy periods I go through a lot of disposables.

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