Be MALAYA.  Be active and comfortable all day with your cup—think of all the times your period held you back! 

Malaya Cup is made from high quality silicone that is certified to be safe for use in the medical and food industry. 

It provides maximum protection from menstrual flow by directly gathering blood from the cervical opening. It can collect menstrual flow up to 3 times more than your regular menstrual protection products without drying out your vagina as it helps maintain healthy pH levels.

Maximum leak protection typically lasts 4-8 hrs.HOW TO INSERT

  1. Make sure that your hands are thoroughly clean.
  2. Make sure that the cup has been sterilized.
  3. Find your comfortable position. It may be sitting, standing, squatting, etc.
  4. Lubricate or moisten the cup if needed.
  5. Grip the cup firmly.
  6. Fold the cup to facilitate insertion. (Refer to the types of folds.)
  7. Hold the cup using fingers of one hand at the possible lowest position.
  8. Relax and gently insert the cup into the vaginal opening obliquely, pointing towards the back.
  9. Upon insertion in the vagina, release your grip and let the cup “pop” or unfold fully.
  10. To make sure that the cup is properly in place, you can try to insert your finger around the rim of the cup and feel for any irregularities.11. Wear up to 8 hrs. Depending on your flow, you may empty and reinsert more than 2 times per day.


  • C-Fold- Pinch the middle of the upper silicone ring with your index finger and thumb. Then fold it in half. 
  • Push-down Fold - Hold the cup between your thumb and third finger. Push the upper silicone ring deeply to one point with your index finger. Then grip the cup with your index finger and thumb while keeping the folded portion firmly together.  


  1. Make sure that your hands are thoroughly clean.
  2. Find your favorite position.
  3. Bear down gently to get some help from your abdominal muscles to push down the cup.
  4. Gently pinch the base of the cup to release the vacuum/suction. 
  5. Slowly pull from the pinched base along the grip marks. Be careful not to pull from the stem to lessen the mess & discomfort.
  6. Empty the cup into the toilet. 
  7. Wash & rinse the cup with water or with a cup cleanser. 
For on-the-go emptying and reinsertion: you can reinsert a wet and clean cup using the water as a lubricant.

For storing: disinfect the cup first by steeping in boiled water or with the use of electric sterilizer. Dry then store in a sterilizer cup for your next period.

Is it free of harmful chemicals?
Absolutely! We take our client's health and safety very seriously. This is why all of our products are made from safe and eco-friendly materials. 
Our Malaya Cup has certification under US-FDA, ISO 10993, ISO 13485, RoHS, REACH and SGS. Our cup is made of 100% medical grade silicone imported from Wacker (Germany). 


What are the differences between your menstrual products?

For light period, we recommend our Marikit 2-Layer Period Underwear. Other menstrual product’ support is needed.

For light to moderate period, our Maliya, Sinaya and Dihas Period Panties can stand alone as this can hold 20-30ml of menstrual fluid or equivalent to 1-2 sanitary pads.

 For light to heavy period, the use our Mayumi Pads or Malaya Cup is highly recommended.

Is it Safe to Use? 

Menstrual cups are generally safe to use. Although there are some risks, they are considered minimal and unlikely to occur when the cup is used as recommended. If you experience any untoward reaction, please discontinue using and contact your health care provider. If you have any medical concerns prior to usage, please consult your doctor first. If you know you are allergic to silicone or latex, please do not attempt to use cup or disc.

Note: We strictly implement no exchange policy due to hygienic purposes.