Saalt Menstrual Disc

Easy, peasy, period-disc-squeezy!

The Saalt Disc is designed to be the most comfortable and easiest reusable menstrual disc to insert and remove. Because the Saalt Disc doesn’t rely on suction to seal and positions behind your pubic bone, it’s ideal for those with bladder sensitivities, a weak pelvic floor or a low or high cervix. Includes a custom finger notch that makes removal a breeze. What’s not to love?

  • 12 hours of protection day and night
  • Reusable for up to 10 years
  • Can be used for no-mess period sex

Size Regular
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  • Maintains your natural pH
  • High-capacity
  • Includes one disc + one carry bag

Saalt Disc Regular

  • Coastal Blue
  • Normal or heavy flow
  • 5-6 tampon capacity
  • 50mL volume
  • Recommended For:
    • New disc user
    • High cervix
    • Trouble keeping menstrual cups inserted

Saalt Disc Small 

  • Sunset Coral
  • Light or normal flow
  • 3-4 tampon capacity
  • 30mL volume
  • Recommended For:
    • Light flow
    • Low cervix
    • Teens or young adults
  • 100% Odour Free Medical Grade Silicone
  • USA FDA Approved

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Pick up location: Envspace, 103 Kallang Avenue, #07-06, Singapore 339504
Monday to Friday, 10.30am to 4.30pm. Not including public holidays and eves.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Menstrual cups and discs are both reusable menstrual products that collect blood during your period.
Menstrual cups are easier to insert and remove than discs, especially for new users. They are also less messy to remove, and there are more brands and size options available. However, menstrual cups have a lower capacity than discs, and they cannot be worn during sex.
Menstrual discs are messier to remove than menstrual cups, but they can sometimes auto-dump, which means that you can empty them without having to remove them completely. They also have a higher capacity than menstrual cups, and they can be worn during sex.

First, relax and get in a comfortable position! We recommend sitting on the toilet or squatting in the shower

Next, insert your disc at a horizontal angle, pointing toward your tailbone.

When your disc is inserted, use your index finger or thumb to push up on the rim of the disc and secure it behind your pubic bone.

It may take some practice to find your best insertion technique, so keep trying small adjustments until you find what works best for you! It's totally normal for the disc to not open all the way and remained a little crumpled. This just means it has opened to match the natural shape of your vaginal

Wash your hands and clean the menstrual disc by washing with water and a mild soap. Then boil it in a large pot for 20 minutes before first use. You may place the disc in a wire whisk to prevent contact with the bottom of the pan during boiling, which may damage it.

During your period, it is best to wash your disc with the cup wash and warm water every time you empty it. However, if you are using a public restroom, camping, travelling or just do not have access to running water you can either rinse your cup with bottled water or wipe it with a piece of clean tissue – once convenient, wash your cup thoroughly.

After your period has ended, clean the disc thoroughly with a cleanser and warm water. You may also sterilise your disc with a menstrual cup steriliser or baby bottle steriliser. Store the cup in the cotton pouch or any breathable container or bag.

You may refer to this blog post for a thorough guide on cleaning and caring for your menstrual disc!