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Bfree Cup

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Second Cup Size

The Bfree Cup is the only antibacterial menstrual cup made of 100% medical grade silicone. With no added chemicals, or toxins, the entire surface of the Bfree Cup is physically antibacterial. Nothing harmful going into your body. Just comfortable, convenient period protection. Better for you, and better for our planet! The Bfree Cup sits inside your vagina, collecting your period blood during your menstrual cycle. When your cup is full—remembering to wash your hands first— simply empty, rinse, and reinsert. Bfree Cup antibacterial technology means your cup doesn’t need to be boiled in between cycles. When you are ready to put your cup away (yay!), just rinse and wipe it clean.

  • Safe to wear up to 12 hours
  • Holds as much as 2-3 tampons
  • Unique, nature inspired petal above the rim for added leak protection
  • No tiny holes to clean
  • Free of chemicals
  • Lasts up to 10 years=2500 tampons that don’t end up in the landfill

Includes your Bfree Cup, a biodegradable bag and reusable tin.

Customer Reviews

Based on 240 reviews
Bfree Cup One


Sara B
I love it

So convenient, and I love the reusable packaging! I never felt entirely confident with my other cups, but now I'll never have to buy another tampon, thanks Bfree!

Best cup I’ve had so far.

Perfect menstrual cup! I’ve had this cup a few months now and I absolutely love it. I was previously using a saalt cup but I would always experience leaks no matter what. I have had no leaks since using the bfree cup and it’s so convenient that you don’t have to boil it. I also love how the bfree cup has no little holes that become impossible to get clean.
I found it unfolds really easy one you put it in and is really comfortable to have in for long periods of time. My friend has also recently got a bfree cup and she is also really happy and impressed with it.

CL Lloyd
Update review

I've used this for a bit longer so a few things have been fixed. Despite using a size 2, I have realized that I've missed my cervix by a long shot every time I used a cup. I have also realized that my cervix is low-medium which means the cup fits perfectly somehow despite how it's not supposed to do that.

I have also started to appreciate the ball grip not for its grip but for how short and out of the way it is whereas a stem would be too long. Because it's now lower in me it is easier to take out but still not a fan of the slippery ball.

When used correctly this cup is the best I've ever had, when not, it's a nightmare. Make sure your cervix is inside the cup or directly above it.

CL Lloyd
Not too impressed but has good parts

This is my second cup, and honestly I'm not impressed. I love the antibacterial material and this will be my main cup for that reason but there are plenty of drawbacks that I wish had solutions to.

1. Taking it out: the ball has no grip, you have to grip on the cup itself and dig it out with your hands getting things more messy than needed to be. Most, if not all cups, have a better stem that actually aids in pulling it out, I see no reason this needs to be a thing.

2. Leaking: this cup is the right size for me, but it's a wild card if it will leak or not. I have tried adjusting the cup to where it's supposed to be and still I'm not too sure if it's gonna catch anything or not. I also don't know if it's completely folded open. Honestly if I could get it right I'm sure it wouldn't leak at all (I've been using a cup for months now so it's not inexperience either). Even when my June cup would leak it wouldn't be as much as this one does. I'll figure that out eventually I guess

Other than that I really only have good things to say about this cup but it doesn't feel right that the only good thing I have to say is that its antibacterial and isn't uncomfortable. All I ask for is a better grip system.