I absolutely love that their menstrual cups come in two sizes. I had tried menstrual cups before but always found that they would leak due to improper sizing. It wasn't until I tried the regular size from Saalt that I experienced absolutely no leakage. I owe my leak-free days to this brand and I'm so happy about it!
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100% Yes. I invested in a salt cups years ago, and it was honestly life changing. I have saved so much money by not needing to purchase tampons. I recently purchased some of their period panties. They're thinner and more comfortable than some other brands I used. All around positive experience.
I bought a menstrual cup on a bit of a whim. I hate tampons, but I thought this would be a better option when I needed that type of product. It is super flexible and comfortable and comes with very helpful instructions.
I bought the Saalt cup from Target. I liked that they had a pink colored option. I love pink and I thought it would deal better in the long run. I first owned a clear cup that does get to tinted/stained over time. This Saalt cup was comfortable and very similar to the Diva Cup.
LOVE Saalt cups! The packaging makes my heart happy, the wash is light, and the cups are the perfect amount of firm/bendy.
I'd love to see more from an education and inclusivity standpoint!
I tried the Saalt cup as my first menstrual cup and it is so amazing. It is accessible to use and the packaging is very nice. I can't imagine using anything else again.
N/A! I love everything!
I absolutely love the Saalt leak-proof underwear. They are super comfortable and absorbent and not to mention they are actually pretty cute! They are seamless underneath my jeans and have truly changed the period-product game.
I love period cups! They are so much more convenient (you can leave it in overnight!), better for the environment AND better for your wallet because they last for so long. In terms of how the product works, there's nothing I like more about one brand over the other -- to me, if it works, it works, BUT it is a B-corp so that gives them some brownie points to me.
Not negative feedback for the company, but just as a side note: there definitely can be a bit of a learning curve on how to make a cup work for you when you're used to tampons or pads, so give it a full 2 cycles and look into insertion methods because there are quite a few and some things work better for different people.
I think menstrual cups are the new thing for sure. They work well, they’re definitely sustainable and save you a lot of money in the long run. It takes a bit of a learning curve to learn how to insert a cup, but removing one is a lot less messy than a menstrual disc. I really recommend this product for girls with a heavier flow, you have to change this way less often than tampons or pads.
There is a learning curve involved so this might not be the product to use for girls that just started menstruating
I absolutely love this company. Not only do they make great products but they also donate, educate and empower girls and women throughout the world. I've tried the leak-proof underwear and I don't know how I lived without them. These are a game changer when you have unpredictable periods. High absorbency and the fit is true to size.