How To

C Fold
Remember to wash your hands and rinse your Chloe Cup. Take your cup and fold it in half so the lips touch and then fold the cup in half again. The point of insertion should look like a C. Although this is the most common fold, the point of insertion can be too wide for some which makes it difficult to insert. Once in, let go of the cup and allow for the opening of the cup to pop open. You can even give the stem a gentle tug which helps it form a seal. Use a finger to adjust or twist the cup to help settle into place. Now you're good to go!
 
  
 
 
 
  
Punchdown Fold
Remember to wash your hands and rinse your Chloe Cup. Take your cup and use your thumb to push the top of the cup down towards the base of the cup.=, then remove your thumb and squeeze the edges close together. The Punchdown old creates one of the smallest points of insertion and wider at the base. A good tip for this fold is to insert part way, letting it open and then push the remainder of the way. Once in, let go of the cup and allow for the opening of the cup to pop open. You can even give the stem a gentle tug which helps it form a seal. Use a finger to adjust or twist the cup to help settle into place. Now you're good to go!
 
 
 
 
 
7 Fold

Remember to wash your hands and rinse your Chloe Cup. Squeeze the rim of your Chloe Cup into a flatter shape and bend one corner down toward the middle making a ‘7’. Now a much smaller point of insertion is created and you can insert your cup and push the folded corner upward with your finger, when you are ready for it to pop open. Once in, let go of the cup and allow for the opening of the cup to pop open. You can even give the stem a gentle tug which helps it form a seal. Use a finger to adjust or twist the cup to help settle into place. Now you’re good to go!

  

 

 

Removing your Chloe Cup

Your Chloe Cup can stay in for up to 12 hours. If you’re a new cup user, we recommend removing it every 4 to 5 hours on heavier days and 12 hours on lighter days. To remove your Chloe Cup, feel for the base and give it a gentle squeeze to help to break the seal created. Now pull it down slowly. Don’t panic if you have trouble getting it out, your cup has nowhere to go up there! If you can’t feel the bottom of your cup it may be because your cervix has moved up during the day which is totally normal. Try sitting on the toilet and push using your pelvic floor muscles - kinda like you are doing a poo. This will allow your cup to move down and you should be able to feel it now. The key here is to relax! If you are tense, your muscles will clench around your cup making it harder to remove. You got this girl!