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The Honey Pot Cup Review

The Honey Pot Cup has probably been one of the most requested reviews we’ve had, and we are so excited to be able to oblige! Kelli, from ItsJustKelli is our newest contributor/collaborator and is here to tell you all about her experience with The Honey Pot Cup!

The video embedded above will give you the long form Honey Pot Cup review and my experience with the cup, but for those who aren’t into videos keep reading!

The Honey Pot Cup Review Details

The Honey Pot Cup is made from medical grade silicone and comes in a Small or Large size. You can compare The Honey Pot to other brands of cups using our Menstrual Cup Comparison Chart, or our Shop and Compare tool, to see how it measures up to other options.


  • Great for swimming
  • Budget-Friendly Price
  • Comfortable stem
  • Good lengths for most users
  • Leak free – everyone is different, but the cup didn’t leak for me


  • It does have a plastic window in the packaging
  • Grips at base & on the stem aren’t actually grippy
  • The smaller size did migrate up a bit with a higher cervix

The Honey Pot Cup Experience

I used both sizes of cups at different points in my cycle. The large was great for the beginning, where my cervix was very high, while the small was better suited for when my cervix moved lower. I tried the small first, when my cervix was higher and the it definitely migrated up a bit, creating such a great seal that it was a bit of an experience getting back out. This was due both to the high position, as well as the lack of truly grippy grip rings.

This cup never once leaked and it was the perfect cup for swimming. With other cups I sometimes find chlorinated water ending up in the cup, but that never happened with The Honey Pot Cup, even with three long days of swimming with the kids. Overall, I would say that this is a great cup. Very comfortable and certainly a good fit for my body and lifestyle.

Where to Buy

You can pick up The Honey Pot Cup at Amazon!

4 Responses

  1. Were you able to confirm with the company that their silicone is in fact medical grade? I tried to contact them to ask for certification and receive no answer. Also, they are not registered with the FDA–a requirement; nor do they have lot numbers, also a requirement. Again, I wrote to them to ask for clarification, so that I can be sure that their cups are safe and received no response. As this is a medical device in the US, could you inquire with the company and reassure your readers? Thank you.

  2. I am glad Kelli has joined the team. Her reviews were the reason I gave cups a try.

    I will try the honey pot. Seems like I will need to pick up both sizes.


  3. I have some of their feminine washes. I like that Honey Pot products are affordable and easy to get (I can go to Target vs having to order online). I might have to pick this up and add to my cup collection.

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