If you're one of the first 200 people to buy a Hello Cup from our website during Plastic Free July, we'll donate one on your behalf to Para Kore - a charity whose mission is to educate and advocate, from a Māori worldview, for a world without waste. Para Kore will then redistribute these cups amongst whānau, and each recipient can then re-use their cup for around 5 years.
Periods are often perceived to be something only females experience but not everyone who has a period is female (and not all females have periods) and Rain Dove, whose preferred pronoun is ‘they’, illustrates this perfectly via their now infamous Instagram post.
Join us this Pride Month in changing the conversation.
The first Sunday in May marks Mother's Day in Hello's home country, New Zealand. For this Mother's Day, Hello Co-Founder and mum, Robyn, shares her story on motherhood and why she and fellow-mum, Mary, started The Hello Cup.
Why getting B Corp certification was important (and what the hell is a B Corp anyway?) Hello Cup recently received B Corp certification - something we're bloody proud of. Find out what B Corp companies are all about, and how a company becomes a B Corp, in our latest blog.
Vaginal cup, period cup, menstrual cup... Whatever you call it, The Hello Cup is a great choice.
It’s worth remembering that we don’t recommend buying your cup based on your flow alone. Instead, sizing is based on fitness and age.
Our XS is our smallest, softest cup. It’s the perfect choice for teenagers, petite users or those who prefer a ‘mini’ tampon.
Our S/M is our ‘one size fits most’ menstrual cup. We recommend it for users under 35 – regardless of whether they have had children or not.
Our L (L for ‘Lovely’) is best for those over 35 who feel it’s a bit more roomy up there.
It’s worth noting that we find physically fit people are often best suited to the S/M regardless of age. If you’re uncertain, Hello Double Boxes are a great option to help you find which size works best for you. Many people find they can wear two sizes.