Quality & Standards
Put quality first
We’ve all been taught to care about the food that goes into our bodies, so why not the other things too? We believe your body is a wonderland (cheesy but totally true!) and the Aneer menstrual cup was designed with that in mind.
High quality, safe and 100% compatible with any type of body and lifestyle.
The medical-grade silicone used in Aneer is FDA approved, hypoallergenic, toxin-free, durable, and isn’t harmful to human tissue! Aneer cups are listed in the FDA register. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. The FDA recommends replacing your cup every two or three years.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is the Australian regulatory agency for medical drugs and devices. The Aneer menstrual cup was listed in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG)
Use the real thing
We’re not the only ones who think menstrual cups are the future of period care. But beware!
Not all cups are created equal.
Choose genuine Aneer products and buy from sources you trust because there is no 2nd best when it comes to your health.
FAQ about safety
Is the Cup Material Safe?
The silicone used in Aneer is not the same type of liquid silicone that is used in breast implants. Aneer silicone is soft and silky, yet solid and poses no risk of leaking. It's toxin-free, durable, and in no way harmful to human tissue.
Does Aneer Contain Phthalates, Bisphenol A or Heavy Metals?
No, Aneer (clear and colored versions) is manufactured from highest quality medical grade silicone and it does not contain any phthalates, bisphenol A, or heavy metals.
Should I Replace the Aneer Once a Year?
We don't think it's necessary to replace a Aneer that often. Aneer exceeds all expectations: it's made of the best quality of medical-grade silicone. You can safely use your Aneer for several years — there's no need to replace it annually, however the FDA recommends replacing the cup every two to three years. Some women choose to replace their cup over time due to aesthetic reasons, as cups have a tendency to discolor with age.