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JuJu is a reusable menstrual cup made from medical-grade silicone and replaces the use of tampons during your cycle.

Each order for a single JuJu Menstrual Cup includes:

  • 1 x Menstrual Cup – in Model 1 or Model 2
  • 1 x Satin Storage Pouch – your choice of colour in Dark Blue, Dark Green or Pinky Purple
  • User Guide

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Using JuJu is a gentle and reliable way to keep your body clean and comfortable. A menstrual cup is used like a tampon, but collects rather than absorbs menstrual flow. Quite simply, the JuJu menstrual cup is more convenient and provides you with greater freedom to do what you want.

  • Environmentally friendly – nothing to throw away.
  • Economic – it can last up to 10 years, greatly minimising regular costs.
  • Comfortable – most won’t even feel it.
  • Reliable – no leaks or odours.
  • Convenient and compact – collects more than a tampon or pad and can be worn 2-3 times longer, for up to 8 hours.
  • Safer – contains no harmful substances and won’t cause vaginal dryness.
  • Hygienic – easy to clean and disinfect.
  • Ideal for almost everyone, even those who are active, travel or play sports.
  • The only menstrual cup made in Australia.

The JuJu menstrual cup comes with a detailed User Guide, but in short:

The cup is folded and inserted into the vagina where it opens to create a seal and securely collect menstrual fluid. When full, you simply remove it, empty into the toilet, rinse or wipe out with toilet paper, and re-insert. At the end of your period it is cleaned, stored, and then ready to reuse during your next period.

The JuJu menstrual cup is listed in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), AUST L180153.

The menstrual cups available at For Flo are some of the few registered for sale in Australia.


JuJu Menstrual Cup Explainer Video

  • Do not use this product if you have previously suffered from Toxic shock syndrome (TSS), unless under the direction of your health care provider.
  • Like tampons, menstrual cups must not be used for postpartum bleeding, following a miscarriage, or a termination due to risk of infection.
  • Please seek the advice of your doctor if you wish to use in conjunction with an intrauterine device (IUD), or if you have any medical concerns or conditions.
  • Never use the cup at the same time that as a topical medication as it may compromise the integrity of the silicone.
  • Menstrual cups cannot be used during sexual intercourse. They are also not a form of contraception and do not provide protection against sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
  • Never share this product with another person.
  • Always read the label. Use only as directed.
  • Discontinue use of this product and consult a GP if you experience any adverse side effects.

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Additional information


Model 1, Model 2

Pouch Colour

Pink, Green, Blue


Medical-grade silicone.


Made in Australia.

Size Guide

Available in two models and can be used by women of all ages.

Whilst there are no hard and fast rules for selecting a cup size, model selection is generally based on childbearing history. However, other factors such as anatomy, age and pelvic floor tone may influence your choice.

The following table is a guide to model numbers based on various factors.

Model Suitable for women who
1 HAVE NOT had a vaginal birth.
Have a particularly strong pelvic floor tone due to practicing regular kegel exercises or other activities such as pilates, yoga or dance, regardless of childbearing history.
Are virgins, as well as sexually active young women.
Have a petite or small build.
Have a low cervix or short vaginal canal.
Have had vaginal corrective surgery.
2 HAVE had a vaginal birth.
Have a larger build.
Have a high cervix or long vaginal canal.
Have a weaker vaginal and pelvic floor tone due to hormonal changes or age.
Have a heavier menstrual flow.

Note: Sizing recommendations should be used as a guide only.

If you have had a caesarean birth a Model 1 or Model 2 cup may be suitable.

If you have any gynaecological concerns, such as a particularly long or narrow vaginal canal, we recommend you seek the advice of your medical practitioner prior to using a menstrual cup to see if it is suitable for you.

Your cervical position may also influence you ability to successfully use a menstrual cup.


It is important to follow the care instructions outlined in your User Guide to ensure good vaginal health and prevent any damage to your menstrual cup.

Remember to always wash your hands before inserting or removing your cup.

At the end of each cycle wash and sterilise your menstrual cup before storing it.

  • If you are just removing your menstrual cup to empty and reinsert, you can either:
    • wipe out with toilet paper, a tissue, clean cloth or specific cup wipe; or
    • rinse with water.
  • If you are removing your cup and leaving out for a longer interval during your cycle, it is a good idea to wash with soap (or a specific cup cleanser), warm water and a soft cloth or brush to remove any residual build up.


  • Wash your menstrual cup with soap (or a specific cup cleanser), warm water and a soft cloth or brush to remove any residual build up.
  • Ensure that the tiny holes at the top of your cup are clear as they help form and release the seal. The holes can be cleaned by squirting water through them or carefully use a toothpick (discard after use) to remove any debris.
  • Thoroughly rinse your cup, then sterilise.


  • Boil your menstrual cup in a pot of water for 3 – 5 minutes. Do not boil for more than 5 minutes or let it boil dry as this can cause damage the cup.
  • Use a sterilisation solution, such as Milton Antibacterial Tablets (Milton Website), as per their instructions.


  • Rinse and dry your menstrual cup before putting it back in its own storage pouch until your next period.
  • Always store your cup in a ventilated area; never keep in a plastic bag or airtight container as moisture cannot evaporate without airflow and your cup will not dry properly.
  • Over time, you might notice some discolouration of your cup. If this occurs you can try to remove it using isopropyl rubbing alcohol, but some staining is common due to the nature of blood and bodily fluids. Discolouration is not a cause for concern as long as you are regularly cleaning and sterilising your cup.
  • Regularly check your cup for any rips, tears, changes in texture, or unusual odours that sterilising doesn’t remove. If any of these occur, it is time to dispose of your cup and replace it.


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