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Private Label Menstrual Cups

Private Label Menstrual Cups

Private Label Menstrual Cups

You may notice a new section at the very bottom of our menstrual cup comparison chart that now lists cup dupes, or private label menstrual cups. These are primarily cups that are from the same manufacturer but sold to and distributed by different companies. There are more instances of this than we know (most not FDA or other entity cleared, but not all), so this list may change and grow, but essentially these brands are all safe, quality, reliable cups but under another name. So if you come to our chart looking for them — most especially on the visual tool — you’ll want to check for some of the other names it goes by for comparison. We will do our best to list as many of them as we can on the other resources.

Manufacturer: Cotton High Tech S.L.

In addition to private labeling, Cotton High Tech has three of their own labels that they manufacture this cup for. Until researching I had not heard of them.

Manufacturer: Casco Bay Molding

Casco Bay Molding manufactures cups for several brands. We believe these all to be private labeled versions.

Manufacturer: STERNE

STERNE is longest known for manufacturing Si-Bell.

While not manufactured by STERNE, the following cups are manufactured by Claripharm and have a strikingly similar design.

Manufacturer: MeLuna

While likely not the manufacturer of Silja, MeLuna licenses their design to them for production in a silicone line of cups in MeLuna’s standard sizes (no shorty/low cervix models). For reference, MeLuna is a manufactured using only TPE, not silicone.

  • Silja (silicone, not TPE)

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26 Responses

  1. Hi, I like the softer firmness and am currently using the Lena sensitive. New converter and still felt a little achy from it. I found this brand Talisi on amazon stating softer firmness from the reviews but did not see it anywhere on your list. Can you give any more info on this brand Talisi?

  2. Hi,

    I am using a Canack brand cup .It was not hard to adapt but after my 3rd time it started to leak; maybe i got too confident.

    Love the site, thank you!

    1. I just bought the “Emma Cup” from this company, it says it’s made in Canada but I cannot find that much info on them. Does anyone know how good these are?

  3. Hi! I live in Germany and we’ve got a company named “einhorn” here. They produce all sorts of menstrual stuff in the most sustainable way possible (and vegan condoms). They also have menstrual cups. Maybe you could ad them to your list and quiz?

    1. IT IS A SCAM! They charged money from my credit card without permission! Secure your account by inactivating the reach of non-3D-secure-using accounts by contacting your bank!
      I lost a lot of money and I can’t believe how inattentive I was.

    They charged extra money from my credit card without my permission!


  5. I am looking to buy a new cup. I had the OrganiCup size A but it doesn’t fit properly. I came across So Cup from France, but it is not in your charts. I want to choose between So’Cup S and Me Luna shorty. Any advice?

  6. I am relatively new and in process of choosing a cup. I came across this Sirona brand. I checked out a lot of reviews and brands on Amazon and finally decided on this one. If anyone knows anything please let me know.

  7. I’ve been interested in the pixie cup and the one by viv for your v. They both seem to be ethical companies; one is focused on helping women and girls in need and the other on reducing waste associated with periods. I don’t see any information about them on this site. Has anybody tried one of them?

    1. I use a Pixie Cup and I love it! I actually work for the company. We have several different cups; the classic cup is firmer and our Luxe cup is softer. I prefer the firmer cup as I find it easier to insert and remove. And yes, we donate a cup to someone in need for every cup purchased! Currently we have cups going to a youth program in Zambia and a school program in Philadelphia.

  8. Hi,
    Currently I use the Dutchess Cup from Amazon. The small version. But I’m having an overflow issue at the moment so was looking at your chart to see if maybe there was something.

  9. I’d love to see the Hello Low Cervix cup on this comparison. I ended up choosing the MeLuna Shorty to try first and would like to see a side-by-side comparison of them now that I have the MeLuna to see in person.

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