1. Intimina Ziggy Ultimate Comfort Flat-Fit Menstrual Cup

      Average customer review 4 out of 5 stars7 reviews

      A period shouldn't come between you and sexual satisfaction, and with Ziggy, it won't happen again. This specially shaped menstrual cup slips inside the vagina to give you up to 12 hours of protection – that's 12 hours of fun, freedom and feel-good.

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      1. Intimina Ziggy Ultimate Comfort Flat-Fit Menstrual Cup

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    1. Product Description

      A period shouldn't come between you and sexual satisfaction, and with Ziggy, it won't happen again. This specially shaped menstrual cup slips inside the vagina to give you up to 12 hours of protection – that's 12 hours of fun, freedom and feel-good.

      Made from smooth, thin silicone and specially designed to provide non-intrusive protection during sex, Ziggy can hold up to 76ml of menstrual fluid and can't be felt once it's been inserted.

      Plus, it comes with a travel case so you keep it with you and avoid being caught unawares.

      It slides inside even without lubricant, but feel free to use some water-based to make things smooth. Sexy times are go!

      Key Features:

      • Slimline reusable menstrual disc for mess-free sex even during your period
      • Petal-thin design and leak-proof double rim offer up to 12 hours of protection against leaks
      • Medical grade silicone is body-friendly and easy to clean
      • Eco-friendly sanitary product that can be used again and again
      • 76ml capacity covers light to heavy flows
    1. How it feels

      • Flexibility: Flexible
      • Material: Silicone
    2. How it measures up

      • Length: 3.5 inches
    3. Essential info

      • Waterproof: Submersible
      • Allergens: Phthalate-Free
      • Allergens: Latex-Free

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    1. Intimina Ziggy Ultimate Comfort Menstrual Cup

      A period shouldn't come between you and sexual satisfaction, and with Ziggy, it won't happen again. This specially shaped menstrual cup slips inside the vagina to give you up to 12 hours of protection – that's 12 hours of fun, freedom and feel-good.

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      1. Intimina Ziggy Ultimate Comfort Flat-Fit Menstrual Cup
      2. Intimina Ziggy Ultimate Comfort Flat-Fit Menstrual Cup

        Our Price
        £32.99

    1. Everyone who has periods needs this

      Reviewed: 26 November 2020 by xxAtalantaxx, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      This is completely life changing!

      I have heavy (and I mean the shining level heavy) periods and so had always been a bit sceptical about menstrual cups just not being practical and had not been a fan of period sex purely on an admin front, you have to get a towel ready, you have to have a shower straight after, you can't be spontaneous etc.

      Cut to end of Lockdown 1.0 and I am going to get to see my boyfriend for the first time in 100 days and of course, my period is also due the same weekend. So I did some research and found out about menstrual discs and it was life-changing.

      First up the disc itself is really well designed, it comes in its own little silicone case which is quite small and could be easily slipped into even the smallest handbag. The disc and the case are both body-safe silicone and can be easily cleaned with soap and water, and at the end of my period, I sterilise cup and case in water with a milton tablet (you know the ones you get for sterilising baby bottles).

      The cup really easy to fit (though the packaging isn't helpful on this front- I looked it up on YouTube):

      1. Take the disc out of its convenient little silicone case and you can see its slightly teardrop shaped - you want the widest end to go in first.

      2. Sitting on the loo (it's very hard to fit stood up), squeeze the sides of the disc together and push it into your vagina wide end first - it's going straight back, like a drawer, not up, down or to the side.

      3.When you have most of it inside push the last bit in with your finger and hook the rim of the cup behind your pubic bone.

      When it's fitted correctly you basically cannot feel it at all!

      If you aren't sure if it's in right, feel for your cervix (this feels like the tip of your nose), as it should be covering it like a little hat, if you can feel your cervix is not covered by the cup, pull it out, rinse it, and try again (you will get the knack pretty quickly don't worry). You can wear it for up to 12 hours without having to change it so you don't need to worry about sleeping in it.

      To empty it sit on the loo and bear down which should break the seal, hook your finger under the rim of the cup and pull it out like a little drawer.

      You will get blood on your hands, it's fine, after a couple of goes you will get the knack of removing it quite neatly. Empty the disc into the loo and wash it before reinserting. Note that blood is heavier than water so you may need to flush the loo twice to get rid of all traces (you may find you see a little blood in the loo at other points of the day even if your knickers have stayed clean, this is because of the vacuum breaking when you bear down rather than it leaking/overflowing).

      I would recommend having two of them, as if you need to change it in a bathroom where you don't have immediate access to a sink, eg a public toilet cubicle or a loo which is in a separate room to the bathroom, then you can take the old one out wipe it down with loo roll and put it in the case and put the fresh one in and then go out and wash the used one after. I had to change mine in a motorway service toilet and immediately bought a second one so I wouldn't have to go through the faff again.

      As I have very heavy periods I still put a sanitary towel in my knickers for peace of mind but I haven't found it to leak yet! (I cannot stress how impressive this is.) though I very rarely leave it for longer than a few hours before changing it (max 4-6) however people with medium to light periods would definitely be fine!

      Now for the most exciting bit: period sex

      The first time we used it we were understandably cautious so we put down a towel just to be on the safe side - bloodstains who? I don't know her!

      Honestly completely mess-free and let me tell you we hit some angles! There was not a single drop of evidence afterwards and no late-night showers were necessary! Which was particularly impressive when I changed it afterwards and found it was very full but still hadn't leaked at all!

      It's also actually incredibly comfortable during sex, I couldn't really feel that it was there and my boyfriend said that though if he thought about it, it was there, 'it just felt like you'.

      You can notice it a bit during fingering but most importantly of all my boyfriend was able to go down on me on my period and not come up looking like Dracula and because all the menses are caught in the cup he could just taste my wet and not blood!

      In short this product is amazing. Everyone who has periods should own two! Though that's a large initial outlay, the amount I've already saved on sanitary products, it's definitely worth it + it's so much better for the environment than all those tampons going to landfill.

      Save the planet, be kind to your wallet and have mess-free period sex - you will not regret it!

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Mess free period sex - I cannot stress this enough! It brought the spontaneity back!
      Cons
      The instructions to fit it are not clear, hopefully my review helps, if not, YouTube!
      Bottom line
      Super practical for sex, sport (inc swimming), Life, buy two + tell your friends!
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    1. Better than expected

      Reviewed: 23 May 2020 by Caz56761

      So as it states in the title it was better than I expected, this is my second cup, the first being a Boots special. It worked, it did the trick so it lead me to look further into things and I discovered this amazing Ziggy cup.

      It is comfortable to wear and easy to fit. It holds way more than I would have ever expected, and ladies, if you suffer from that dreaded pulling feeling where your period is that heavy you're not sure if your insides are about to fall out, this helps to ease all of that.

      I have not attempted to have sex using this but I feel it would be the same as using the contraceptive cap. Also just to help with size guidance too, I'm a mom of 5 and it's a snug fit.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Everything.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Amazing.
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    1. Just perfect

      Reviewed: 16 February 2020 by If walls could talk, a Straight Married Female

      I love this cup. It is easy to use, effective, discreet, reusable, causes no irritation and best of all: it can be worn during sex!

      I’ve used otherIntimina cups before, but got to admit I always found the tip of the cup poking out quite uncomfortable, and having had disposable discs before, I thought I’d give this a try. It is super comfortable (you don’t feel it at all) and the seal it forms can also help with cramps.

      Yes, it takes a little practice to get used to it, but most things do, and once you get the hang of it you’ll be able to do it in seconds.

      I wear mine throughout my period, for sex and all other activities including swimming and cycling. My partner can just about feel it, but says it doesn’t detract from the experience, and it means the sheets aren’t stained afterwards.

      I also love that you can just rinse it out every 12 hours so you don’t need to be constantly changing it through the day.

      My only gripe with this is the packaging, so much of it! I’ve repurposed it as makeup and jewellery drawer organisers, but I really feel like this was a bit over the top.

      That being said 10/10 for Lovehoney for supplying this and empowering women to have sex throughout their cycle!

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Comfortable and easy to use. Highly effective!
      Cons
      Too much packaging.
      Bottom line
      Worth every penny!
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    1. Mess-free period sex

      Reviewed: 12 February 2020 by Limasm, a Straight Going Steady Female

      As a long-time menstrual cup user, I was intrigued and excited at the prospect of mess-free period sex using a menstrual disc. The Ziggy is soft, flexible and easy to use. It even comes with its own silicone pouch. During my period it worked great from the start, although I think it may be a little big, so a range of sizes and would be an advantage.

      But it lived up to expectations. I had mess free sex while on my period for the first time ever! I’m a convert from cups to discs for sure! The only thing I will say, though, is mess free removal is an art. It can get very messy at cleaning time!

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Mess-free period se.
      Cons
      Messy removal.
      Bottom line
      Brilliant for period sex but messy removal.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Pink Yorkshire Pudding!

      Reviewed: 30 December 2019 by Petrichor, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      Since I found out softcups that can be used for sex existed I've wanted to try one, so getting a nice reusable silicone cup, with a silicone case is great!

      I received this one as a tester, so have only been able to use it the once before getting my review in, so although it wasn't an entirely great experience I'm expecting it to only get easier from here - my first cup I ever used was also a challenge to get used to!

      I love menstrual cups, but they're definitely not for everyone. If you are not very comfortable with your body (or not happy to learn to be!) menstrual cups probably aren't for you. If you know where your cervix is, and you're not put off by blood, you're more likely to get on well with it.

      This style is very different from the standard 'cup' shape, it essentially lies diagonally from underneath your cervix, to under your pubic bone. Because of my anatomy, this poses a bit of a challenge - I'm quite small with a very low cervix, and it is towards the back of my vagina. The cup, on the other hand, is quite a lot longer folded flat to insert and kept trying to go over the top, meaning it would catch precisely no blood at all. Quite a lot of wiggling and repositioning required - but after the first few attempts, I could get it into place after only a few minutes.

      The first couple of days honestly did not go well, maybe because of my lack of experience with this style of the cup there was a lot of leakage. I put this partially down to oversleeping lying on my front, meaning it was not held in the cup by gravity, but it then happened again later that morning. I was very relieved to have taken the day off work, and only had to explain my unplanned showers to my boyfriend. 20 degree wash cycles saved two pairs of pyjamas and a lot of underwear I feared was dead to me.

      After day 2, I had no issues at all with leakage. I was able to run upstairs two at a time and do a pullup. The only time a problem occurred is when a friend picked me up in a goodbye hug and squeezed me tight enough to break the seal, meaning I have to shoo him out of the house and run to the bathroom.

      I was also able to use the toilet without needing to remove my cup - it didn't slip out of place at all, but the seal did momentarily break meaning it slightly emptied itself. To properly break the seal and remove the cup, you need to hook your finger under the rim of the cup and slide it out. If you slide it straight down (the easiest way) your entire palm is in the firing line. If you flex it and try to slide it up towards your mons, you can avoid the mess a little. I think this is just because of the angle of the rim - if you hold a cup at 45 degrees, it's going to make a lot more mess than if you keep it upright!

      The silicone of the cup body is practically paper-thin - it has some stretch in it, but I'm concerned I might put my nail through it one day! This is important for its main selling point - that you can have sex with it! While with my anatomy I don't think I'd be able to have sex with my boyfriend due to lack of depth, I can confirm that pressure feels just as good through the thin membrane of the cup, and it definitely works for a couple of inches / G-spot stimulation. If you're comfortable enough with blood to use this cup, you're probably also not going to be too worried about mess having sex without it, but I can see it being really helpful if you're fine with mess but your partner isn't.

      The packaging was utterly ridiculous for a product that's supposed to be reusable and better for the environment; it was encased in a solid plastic box. I'd have been a lot happier with a cardboard box, or vacuum-sealed plastic shell on a piece of card.

      The silicone case it came with I really liked. This is a big improvement from the last Intimina cup I bought, which had a plastic clamshell case that you could see the plastic hinges fatiguing on from the first use. The case doesn't completely seal, so I would probably want to slip it in another bag, but this is good so that it will always have airflow to be kept clean and dry. For someone with irregular periods, it's nice to be able to just keep something like that in a bag / drawer at work.

      Sexual hygiene and health are a normal and really important part of sexual happiness, and menstruation seems to be something that gets neglected - plenty of condoms and douches, but no tampons or cups! Some toy brands that are already stocked here have also branched out into cups, so I'm hoping to see more similar products. I'm so glad that Lovehoney have started selling these - I think I'd previously requested cups in the pander to me thread because there's nobody I trust more when purchasing silicone for my vagina!

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Silicone, good sensation through it, double rim, silicone case.
      Cons
      Slightly too big for me, wasteful packaging, leaked lying on my front.
      Bottom line
      Improvement on Intimina collapsible cup, suitable for high cervix, leaked more than my normal cup.
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