Lena Pink Small Menstrual Cup

Original price was: £26.99.Current price is: £18.00.

The Lena Pink Small Menstrual Cup is a relatively new menstrual cup which has already received many plaudits for its design, ease of use and suitability for beginners!

It is a bell-shaped menstrual cup that collects your monthly menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, Lena sits comfortably in your vagina and offers a leak and sensation-free period.

Lena Cup is ideal for teens and adult users and offers complete protection during rest, sleep and physical activities.

Each Lena Cup is made from 100% premium medical-grade silicone and dyes. All silicon and dyes used in the making of Lena are made and tested in the USA.

There are 2 sizes.

Lena Cup Dimensions

Lena Small Cup

Lena Large Cup

Cup Diameter: 41 mm 45 mm
Cup Length 46 mm 50.7 mm
Stem Length: 25 mm 19.7 mm
Cup Volume: 25 mL 30 mL


25 in stock


We recommend that you first use the Luxury Moon guideline to choose what size of cup suits you. You may then use these Lena Cup guidelines to further refine this:


Most people can wear either size Lena Cup but choose one over the other primarily based on flow amount, cervix height, and general physique. Unlike other brands, at Lena we do not believe that age and birthing history play a significant role in choosing a menstrual cup. Mothers with multiple births are happily using Lena Small while teenagers with a heavy flow choose LENA Large.


Lena Small is ideal for people with a Normal flow.
Lena Large is suited for people with a Heavy Flow.


Each user’s cervix is positioned differently during her period. For some, the cervix descends low into the vaginal canal while for others it sits high. If your cervix is positioned at a low to medium height in your vagina, Lena Small will work great for you. If your cervix is at a medium to high location, you can choose either size Lena Cup.


How your Lena Cup fits inside you will be unique to your body. Your own individual shape, pelvic muscle strength, and vaginal condition can determine which cup works better for you. Active users, whose pelvic floor muscles are strong, are better suited for Lena Small while people whose pelvic floor muscles are not as strong might benefit from using Lena Large.

Please note that if you have ever had Toxic Shock Syndrome, medical recommendation is that you should not use a menstrual cup thereafter.


Keeping your Lena Cup clean is essential for your vaginal health as well as for prolonging the cup’s life. During your period, wash your cup with mild soap and warm water whenever emptying it. We advise that you boil your cup between periods*.

Inspect your cup often – if you notice any surface damage, please replace your cup immediately.


  1. Boil your Lena Cup*
  2. Wash your hands with mild soap and warm water
  3. Insert your cup following the instructional manual

*Immerse your Lena Cup in boiling water for 5-7 minutes at a time to sterilize it – try to keep your cup from touching the sides or bottom of the pot by using a pair of tongs to keep it steady and remove it from the boiling water. Let your Lena Cup cool down completely before use.


You can clean your Lena Cup using any mild unscented, non antibacterial, water-based, natural if possible soap. Harsh chemicals can potentially compromise your cup’s composition and cause irritation when inserted. Antibacterial hand soaps (such as those in public restrooms) and heavy-duty facial cleansers should never be used to clean your cup.


Store your clean and dry cup in its original 100% cotton bag or any breathable container or bag. Do not store your cup in containers that do not allow for air to get in.


Mild silicon discolouration is possible over the lifespan of your cup – mild to moderate discoloration does not affect the way the cup is performing but always inspect your cup for any visible surface or component damage. If your cup gets heavily discoloured, we suggest that you replace it.

To avoid staining, rinse your cup with cold water before washing it with a mild soap and warm water.

Notes on Lena

 You must empty your cup at least two times per day.
 You can wear Lena overnight and up to 8 hours at a time.
 Always keep your Lena Cup clean.
 Always wash your hands when handling your cup.
 Lena should seal to your vaginal walls, not your cervix.
 You can use the toilet while wearing your cup.
You must remove your cup prior to sexual intercourse.
 Ensure that the four air holes are always clean and open.
 Store your Lena Cup in its original cotton bag.
 Keep Lena away from children and animals.
 If you notice any cup damage, replace it immediately.
 Lena Cup is not a contraceptive device.
 Lena won’t protect you from sexually transmitted diseases.
 Do not use Lena for prenatal or postpartum bleeding.
 Do not let your cup overflow while wearing it.
 To avoid staining, rinse your cup with cold water first.
 During the first days of use establish your own individual emptying schedule. Check and empty your cup every few hours, depending on fill level and adjust accordingly.
 If you have or are experiencing gynaecological problems, please consult a physician prior to using a menstrual cup.
 If you are experiencing any pain, pressure or discomfort while using your menstrual cup, please remove it immediately and consult a physician.



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