The Padless Period™ by Ella Mak


First Time Use

Always wash your hands and clean your Vajj cup by washing it with water and a mild liquid soap free of coloring agents and perfumes. After you’ve washed both your hands and cup, place it in a cup of boiling water3-5 minutes (but be sure it's not touching the bottom of the pot, for this we recommend placing your cup inside a strainer) remove and allow to air dry. 

For Day-to-Day Cleaning

For daily care we highly recommend using liquid soaps that are fragrance-free and oil-free.  Oils can stick to the cup and create a film that might be irritating,  and NEVER use dish wash or detergent – and most definitely do not put your cup in the dishwasher! 


Your cup might start to smell especially, especially if you don’t take proper care of it. First off, know that just because it smells doesn’t mean it’s dirty!  We are all different with our own unique body odors and PH levels. So your best bet is to be pro active and we can't emphasize this enough – boil your cup for 3-5 minutes making sure it doesn't sit or touch the bottom of the pot (for this we recommend placing your cup inside a strainer).

You can also use hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol and soak it for 10-15 minutes, or for a more natural route, soak your cup in lemon juice and always remember to boil your cup for several minutes after you soak it in any of the above methods mentioned to remove any residue!

The best way to get rid of stains

When you rinse your cup, remember to always use cold water to avoid staining it! If your cup is already stained, let it sit under the sun for a couple hours, or soak it in lemon juice then boil it afterwards for 3-5 minutes. 

With proper care your Vajj cup can be used over and over again lasting you for yours to come! 


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