Lunette Menstrual Cup
Safer than tampons, cleaner than pads, the Lunette cup collects your flow for easy disposal. Just clean the cup and reuse!
It takes a little practice, but before you know it, you'll be able to easily insert and remove the Lunette so you don't even know it's there.
Stop the Cash Leak The average woman spends between $48- $84 per year on disposable tampons and pads. The Lunette is a one-time cost that will last for years, and put the money you save right back into your purse.
The Future of Feminine Protection
- User-friendly tampon alternative
- Naturally hygienic, silky-soft medical grade silicone
- Eco-logical every month: reusable for years to come, save money and the planet
- More freedom, less hassle -- wear it up to 12 hours and overnight!
Although most women can use either cup, helping you find the one that's most comfortable for your body is our sacred goal!
The amount of flow
This is the most important factor when choosing the right cup: the bigger cup is best for a heavier flow, and the smaller cup for a lighter flow.
Since every woman's anatomy is different, we sometimes recommend the smaller cup for heavier flow and vice versa. This can depend on:
We designed the smaller Lunette Cup Model 1 as a ‘starter cup’ for younger women with tighter vaginal muscles to make insertion easier. As we age, muscles lose elasticity; we give birth, and experience hormonal changes, which can affect menstrual flow. Look to your body, your lifestyle, your physical fitness level and your age for your answers to help you gauge size and fit size in proportion to your flow. Many women transfer to the Lunette Cup Model 2 is the most popular choice for most adult women.
We recommend the smaller Lunette Cup Model 1 for young women who have not experienced sexual intercourse yet, but still have a heavy flow. Why? Because your muscles and hymen are tighter, it’s easier to insert the smaller cup.
Pregnancy and hormones change the vaginal muscles, the shape of the vagina, and hipbone structure. For all our Moms out there, we recommend the Lunette Cup Model 2, to flex with you and your bodies life changes.
Location Of Your Cervix
Wash your hands well, and see if you can reach your cervix during menstruation. It’s easy to find, and usually located on the left side of the vaginal wall (when you touch it, feels like the end of your nose). If your cervix sits low, it is better to choose Lunette Cup Model 1, as it’s is shorter and will fit more comfortably inside your vagina. A low cervix can be touched very easily.
Sports that strengthen the core muscles like Yoga and Pilates also have a strengthening effect creating very strong vaginal muscles that can last a lifetime. If you’re a physical fitness goddess, consider using Lunette Cup Model 1.
If you have an extremely sensitive bladder, the softer Lunette Cup Model 1 might be a match made in heaven. Remember that most women can’t feel the cup at all, whichever size they choose, but we want to make sure you’re comfy during the day.
The Lunette Menstrual Cup comes with a drawstring storage bag!
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