The Juju Menstrual Cup is a top-quality menstrual cup that’s made in Australia. The interesting thing about this one is that it comes in four models, which are quite different in shape from one another. They have an “old” and a “new” model which is responsible for most of the variation.
Most menstrual cups, even if they come in 3-4 sizes or more, have only one shape variation (the Me Luna Cup for example). Check out the next section, menstrual cup sizes for all the details about the models of Juju Menstrual Cup.
Stiffness: In the Middle
A stiff cup should pop open quite easily once inside you, but it can sometimes feel uncomfortable because it presses firmly against your vaginal canal walls.
On the other hand, a cup that is very soft won’t open easily. It can be difficult to get a really soft cup to suction to your vaginal canal wall and not leak.
The choice is yours, ultimately, but we generally prefer the cups that fall somewhere in the middle, like the Juju Cup. They open easily enough, but also feel comfortable.
Difficult to Find Outside of Australia
One of the big negatives of the Juju Cup is that it can be extremely difficult to find outside of Australia. Although the company does offer shipping, it’s at standard international postal rates. This could mean expensive, depending on where you live.
This is unlike the MoonCup company, based out of the UK which also ships direct. The difference is that they offer a very affordable flat rate, or free. Shipping is free with MoonCup if you don’t need it tracked, but around 6 GBP for tracking. It’s super reasonable and we love it here at Reusable Menstrual Cups.
You can order the MoonCup direct from the company here:
Juju Cup also make no guarantees about customs, duties of taxes. Depending on where you live, and how expensive your order is, these fees can add up pretty quick. For an already expensive menstrual cup, adding on shipping fees and things like custom fees can make it downright ridiculous!
Juju Menstrual Cup Sizes
Models 1 + 2
There are four models of Juju Cup. Models 1 (small) and 2 (large) are pretty standard. Many menstrual cup companies offer two very similar options. It should be noted that model 1 has a much lower capacity than normal so it might not be suitable if you have a heavy period.
Model 2 is quite large, as well as has a slightly higher than average capacity (see other high capacity menstrual cups here). If you have a combine a higher than average capacity cup, along with something like a reusable cloth pad, you should make it through just about any situation!
Models 3 + 4
We love menstrual cup companies that offer some options for people with long, or short vaginal canals. If you have a low cervix, using an even average length of cup won’t feel good. The stem will often end up sticking out of you, which is super irritating!
If you have a high cervix/long vaginal canal, an average length cup might be difficult to remove. The best way to remove a menstrual cup is to grab the base of it, squeeze the sides in to break the suction and then pull it out.
If you have a long vaginal canal, it can be difficult to grab the base of it, so you’ll have to pull the stem. If you have a period cup that’s too short, it’ll seem like it’s “lost” up there. At 78 mm, model 4 should be easy for just about anybody to remove!
Check out the specifics about Juju Menstrual Cup Sizing below:
People under 30 who haven’t given birth
Capacity: 22 ml
Length: 65 mm
Diameter: 40 mm
People over 30, or those who’ve given birth vaginally
Capacity: 33 mm
Length: 69 mm
Diameter: 46 mm
People with a high cervix/long vaginal canal
Capacity: 28 mm
Length: 78 mm
Diameter: 40 mm
People with a low cervix/short vaginal canal
Capacity: 32 mm
Length: 50 mm
Diameter: 48 mm
About the Juju Cup Company
Juju Cup started in Australia in 2009. There goal is to provide a healthier, greener, cost effective solution to disposable pads and tampons. They seem like a reputable company that is committed to providing top-quality, reusable feminine hygiene products.
They also offer reusable cloth pads, menstrual cup wash, period panties, and “period packs” that contain a mix of these things. At the present time, they haven’t really expanded outside of Australia.
What People are Saying about the Juju Cup
“I love the high capacity of Model 2. I have a heavy period and I found that some other cups don’t really work that well for-I have to keep emptying and reinserting them. However, I found that I could actually make it through the night with the Juju Cup. Thank you!”
“It’s really easy to clean the Juju Menstrual Cup because it’s so smooth. There just aren’t little notches, or holes like some of the other cups.”
“Although there is a bit of a learning curve, I now love this cup. It’s easy to insert, has a nice stiffness to it and doesn’t leak. The key is to not give up. It took me a few cycles to get the hang of things.”
Only 3 Cups can be Legally Sold in Australia
In order to legally sell a menstrual cup in Australia, it has to be listed with the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration). To date, only the Juju Cup, Lunette Cup, and the Diva Cup are listed, among the cups that use silicone. The Lunette Cup is made in Finland, while the Diva Cup is from Canada. The Juju Cup is the only Australian cup on the list. If you live there, and like to shop local, this very well may be the menstrual cup for you!
Juju Menstrual Cup Pros
- 4 different models, including a high cervix, and a low cervix model
- Model 2 has a higher than average capacity (33 ml), making it a good option for someone with a heavy period
- Made from top-quality medical grade silicone
- Manufactured in Australia
- One of only 3 silicone cups approved for sale in Australia
- Can last for up to 10 years, with proper care
- Money back guarantee
Juju Menstrual Cup Cons
- A lot more expensive than some of the other cups.
- Extremely difficult to find outside of Australia (not listed in Amazon USA for example)
Juju Cup Care and Cleaning
Here is some advice for keeping your Juju Cup in tip-top shape. With proper care, it can last for many years.
Wash your Hands
Before handling your menstrual cup, or removing and inserting it, you should wash your hands. You don’t want to introduce germs into your vaginal canal because this can cause things like yeast infections.
Juju Cleaning Wash
The company recommends using their cleansing wash in order to keep your cup looking and smelling fresh. You can use this during your period, as well as when your period is done to clean it thoroughly before storage.
Soap and Water
If you don’t want to spend money on the Juju Cleaning Wash, they recommend using soap and water. We generally find that companies who make a cleaning product (Pixie Cup Wash, DivaWash, etc.) recommend using this. Companies that don’t recommend soap and warm water. The choice is really yours!
However, you shouldn’t use moisturizing soaps, because this will cause a build-up on your cup. Nor should you use harsh soaps, or ones filled with lots of fragrance. Use the mildest one you can find!
Sterilize Your Cup
If your Juju Cup starts to smell, or you just want to get it squeaky clean, you could sterilize it after your period. Do this by boiling it in a pot of water for about 5 minutes. Use a wide, deep pot and make sure the cup doesn’t stick to the edges or the sides as this will damage the silicone.
NEVER clean your Juju Cup in the dishwasher!
The most important thing is to keep your menstrual cup NOT in an airtight container because this can lead to serious bacteria growth. Gross! The best place for it is in the small cloth bag that came with your cup.
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The Takeaway on the Juju Menstrual Cup: Great for Australians!
If you live in Australia, the Juju Cup makes an excellent choice for you. It really is a top-quality menstrual cup and we love that there are 4 different size options. The low cervix model, as well as the high cervix model are particularly nice to have. You should be able to find this cup easily at your local drugstore, or you can order direct from the company.
However, if you don’t live in Australia, we don’t recommend this cup. It’s not available at popular retailers (Amazon for example) outside Australia and will be expensive and/or difficult to get. You can order direct from the company, but for an already expensive cup, with shipping costs, it’ll be a ridiculously expensive cup! There are certainly better, cheaper options out there for you.
Not from Australia? Consider the MoonCup
If you’re looking for a menstrual cup and don’t live in Australia, then there are a few good options for you, but one of our favourites is direct from the MoonCup company. Worldwide shipping is free if you don’t need tracking, and only 6 GBP is you do.
The prices is super reasonable, and it’s a top-quality cup that has some very high user ratings on Amazon. Many people buy the MoonCup for their first menstrual cup and end up sticking with it for the rest of their lives.
You can get the MoonCup straight from the company here: