Saalt Soft Menstrual Cup Duo

Saalt Soft Menstrual Cup Duo

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The Saalt Soft menstrual cup is made with an ultra-soft silicone formula designed to be both gentle and super comfortable for those with bladder sensitivity, cramping or discomfort with firmer cups.

The Saalt Soft was designed in collaboration with the cup experts at Put A Cup In It, who have helped over a million menstruators find their goldilocks cup.

"Our goal was to create, with Saalt, a cup that would combine their “just right" shape with a new, softer firmness that is ideal for those with sensitivities. Saalt, who is wonderfully receptive to customer feedback, immediately loved the idea, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring this collaboration to life. We love our Saalt Soft and think you will, too."

— Kim Rosas & Amanda Hearn, Put A Cup In It

Includes one Saalt Small Desert cup, one Saalt Regular Grey cup, and two carry bags.

Saalt Small is suited for:

  • Light to normal flow (2–3 tampons)
  • First-time user
  • Low cervix
  • Bladder or vaginal sensitivity
  • Experiences discomfort with firmer cups

Saalt Regular is suited for:

  • Normal to heavy flow
  • High-capacity
  • High cervix
  • Bladder or vaginal sensitivity
  • Experiences discomfort with firmer cups

Please refer to our comparison chart to compare the measurements of our different cups.

Good hygiene and cleaning practices keep your vagina healthy, and your cup in good condition. The Lunette FeelBetter Cleanser is the best and most hassle-free option for cleaning your cup, both during and in between periods.


Saalt Small

  • Diameter: 41mm
  • Cup body and stem: 70mm
  • Cup body without stem: 47mm
  • Stem: 23mm
  • Volume: 25ml
  • Colour: Desert Blush

Saalt Regular

  • Diameter: 46mm
  • Cup body and stem: 70mm
  • Cup body without stem: 52mm
  • Stem: 18mm
  • Volume: 30ml
  • Colour: Mist Grey


  • 100% Medical Grade Silicone
  • USA FDA Approved

Which menstrual cup is right for me?
There are several factors to consider when choosing a menstrual cup, namely the amount of flow, your anatomy, the location of your cervix, and the stiffness of the cup. Read our guide on how to select the right menstrual cup based on these factors.

How do I use a menstrual cup?

  1. Fold and hold your cups with clean hands
  2. Insert your cup toward your tailbone
  3. Let it open and rotate it slightly, creating a light seal


  1. Relax and find the base on your cup with your fingers
  2. Pinch the base of the cup to break the seal
  3. Remove & empty.

Click here for full instrucitons.

How do i clean my cup?
You can either wash your cup with mild soap or boil it.

Click here for more FAQs

The Period Co. 2% Give Back
We have proudly partnered with Go With The Flow to give 2% of our total online sales in-kind to their cause. These menstrual healthcare products will be distributed to beneficiaries under accredited social service agencies.

Go With The Flow (GWTF) is a local charity that aims to provide better access to menstrual healthcare for Singapore's low-income communities, through donation and distribution of menstrual necessities.

Saalt is a B Corp. That means from every purchase, Saalt gives 2% to donate period care to areas with the most need, and funds initiatives in menstrual health,  education, and sustainability. Thank you for (period) caring.

Period Poverty & Education
Education for one menstruating person can break the cycle of poverty for generations.

“When I started Saalt, I knew girls' education would be a key part of our social mission. Education has done more to shape our confidence, prosperity, and fulfillment in life than any other single factor. Yet so many girls are halted early in their educational pursuits. The loss of potential is heartbreaking, and yet the solution is simple. We're passionate about the power one cup has to help a girl finish school, provide for her family, and afford her the confidence to care for her needs. I envision a world where our daughters and girls everywhere are limited by nothing but their own hard work and resolve to accomplish their dreams.”


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Syarah Z.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

First time user

Easy to insert.hassle free! Will recommend! �

The Period Co Saalt Soft Menstrual Cup Duo Review
Diyana Z.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product


As it is my first time using it, it takes some getting used to. But once you get the hang of it, no more Niagara Falls and stained underwear! I like that there's 2 sizes for me to choose from.

Malaysia Malaysia

The Softest Cup!

I have a traumatic experience with a random brand of menstrual cup which was actually quite hard. It took me about 20 minutes just to get him (yes I refer to my uterus/menstrual products as 'him' :> ) out. The Saalt cup is so much softer and even more comfortable to wear compared to my previous one. In terms of taking the cup out, once I managed to get a grip of the base, it was very easy to come out. Gripping the base with the Saalt cup is a lot easier! Although I guess it takes some practice to get used to finding the grip (it didn't help that my cervix is quite high and I wore it to sleep the first time). Anyway, best cup and worth the investment!

Sofea C.
Malaysia Malaysia

My favourite cup and I'm a first timer

It was a pleasant experience. It was much easier to remove than other firmer cups. I'm sooo happy I did my research and bought this one. I think it's perfect for a first timer. Super easy to insert as well, no issues with the cup not opening the whole way. I love that I have 2 sizes to switch between on my lighter days and heavier days.

The Period Co Saalt Soft Menstrual Cup Duo Review
Singapore Singapore

Love the product!

First of all, the PACKAGING! It brought me a lot of joy to unbox because of how cute the packaging was, and because of the many little well-designed pamphlets, pouches etc. I admit it was a little intimidating initially when I saw the menstrual cups. Since I’m a virgin and I’ve been living my life using pads, I was pretty afraid of stuffing a whopping cup in me. Since I wasn’t used to it, the first few times using the cup was pretty messy and frustrating (and tbh slightly painful because I didn’t know what I was doing). I was spending more than 10min in the bathroom just trying to insert it and take it out, and I kept thinking things like “should I just go back to using a pad??? I won’t have to go through this trouble every time I get my period...” But I stuck with it, and by my 2nd cycle, I got so used to inserting and removing the cup that it took me only a minute doing so! I’m never going back to using a pad again! So yes, the learning curve is pretty steep, but stick with it and you won’t regret it! Some tips I have is that when removing the cup, clench your abdominal muscles like you would when you’re pooping. Do it a few times, and the bottom of the cup will be exposed for you to pinch easily :)) All the best!!