Lunette Reusable Menstrual Cup - Pink - Model 1 for Light Flow - Special Edition
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- WHEN DID YOUR PERIODS BECOME COOL? TODAY.
- LUNETTE is designed with you in mind - so effortlessly comfy, you won't miss out on your favorite activities every month. And now you don't have to miss out on having your favorite cup in your favorite color! The stylish pouch holds your cup, and fits conveniently into your handbag. Lunette lives where you do: in your home or your handbag, so 'tampon runs' are a thing of the past. Love life, and love Lunette - for nicer periods, no strings attached!
- LUNETTE Cup Model 1 is our choice for menstruators with light to moderate flow, or who are younger, or have not experienced intercourse. All Lunette menstrual cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 1 is made of softer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 2.
- MADE IN FINLAND of the highest medical-grade, FDA approved silicone. SAFE - wear it up to 12 hours and overnight!
- THIS product is new and includes instructions in EN, DE, ES, IT and FR.
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WHAT IS A MENSTRUAL CUP?
The Lunette Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped cup that gives you a comfortable, safe, odorless and ecological period for up to 12 hours a day.
It’s also reusable and lasts several years meaning less time, money and stress!
THE LUNETTE MENSTRUAL CUP IS THE FUTURE OF PERIOD CARE
Less spending: Ditch the regular dash to the store and protect your purse strings with the best reusable choice that lasts several years.
Healthier you: Lunette menstrual cups collect fluids rather than absorbing them, keeping your superior interior naturally lubricated and healthy.
Happier planet: No more endless purchases, plastics and packaging. Every period with your reusable Lunette menstrual cup is a winning vote for the environment.
More control: Unlike tampons, you never “run out” of Lunette. Like an invisible sidekick it runs around with you either in a handy, cute pouch or sitting comfortably inside you. Meaning you can say goodbye to the worry, the hassle, the leaks and just live your life.
MONKI x LUNETTE x THE CUP = PINK LUNETTE MENSTRUAL CUP
The Lunette period-power team have joined forces with trend-setting fashion gurus at Monki to bring you an exclusive (and fabulously cool) set of products and accessories that will boost your rockstar swag, especially when you have your period.
When you order this limited edition super cute pink Lunette cup you’ll get an exclusive “periods are cool” pouch!
Plus, we will donate one cup to a girl in need for every cup sold through the Cup organization.
SIZE GUIDE FOR THE LUNETTE MENSTRUAL CUP
Lunette Cup comes in two sizes
As if knowing your bra size wasn’t enough, now you have to know what menstrual cup size to use?
Don’t panic, that’s why we’re here. Although you’d be well off with either menstrual cup size, we want to make sure you’re comfortable with your choice.
That’s why we offer two sizes.
Model 1 - Light to normal flow
All Lunette menstrual cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 1 is made of softer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 2.
Model 2 - Normal to heavy flow
All Lunette menstrual cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 2 is made of firmer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 1.
WHY LUNETTE IS THE BEST MENSTRUAL CUP
- Comfortable: Soft and flexible rim for that "I forgot it was even there" feeling.
- Reliable: A superior shape for greater capacity and comfortable, fixed placement.
- High quality: Natural, highest medical grade silicone which is BPA free and no chemicals.
- Easy to clean: Smooth interior for easy cleaning.
- Easy to use: A cleverly designed stem, ridges and larger air holes make for quick and easy ins and outs.
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Having used this for one cycle, I'm already so glad I gave it a try! I now see exactly why everyone was talking about how much more comfortable, easy and cleaner it felt to us the cup over disposable products and I don't think I will ever go back!
The things I personally like are:
- The comfort - honestly I can't even feel it most of the time! Unlike a tampon which is solid and static, the silicone of the cup moves with your body so that you would hardly know it was there.
- The cleanliness - this was something that I never expected from using a cup - I feel cleaner than I ever have during a period and almost forgot I was having it at times!
- The ease of use - another surprise - it took me around a day or two to get used to using the cup but now I have, it's really easy to use and very quick to empty and replace!
- The peace of mind - cups can be worn for up to 12 hours and as they aren't absorbing like a tampon, the risk of TSS is extremely low. No more worrying if you sleep for over 8 hours!
A few tips that I have learnt along the way are below, I won't go into detail but if you are easily grossed out by these things, be warned!
- Before you buy a cup, find out which one will be best for you. I love the Lunette, it isn't too large and it is soft silicone, it also comes with a nice pouch to keep it out of the way when not in use but there are a lot on the market and everyone is different. Look up the "Put a cup in it" quiz online - if you answer a few questions, they will recommend the best one for you. (Having said that, all of my friends who have done the quiz since I told them how good this is all ended up with Lunette as well!)
- Have a good read of the instructions when the cup arrives. There are also some great videos on the Lunette YouTube page with some tips as well as some really useful honest advice from other vloggers on there about cups in general and the Lunette. Watch them before you give it a go and it will help way more than words alone do! In particular, Sarah Tran's page on YouTube was a real help to me with her tips!
- In terms of getting the cup in, I find the "C fold" the best for me as it seems easiest to hold but there are other folds, some are bigger, some are smaller. I had a couple of occasions where I couldn't get the cup to "pop" open but found that if I stood up fully and then bent back down, it had sorted itself so perhaps that was something about the angle I was stood at (squatting!)
- Once inserted, Lunette recommend feeling around the edge of the cup to ensure it is fully opened. This ensures that you have a proper seal on it. I have checked every time and have had no leaks whatsoever but I definitely wouldn't have noticed the not popping open issue mentioned above if I hadn't done that check and I would have ended up with leaks.
- I have had spotting once or twice immediately after emptying. This seems to essentially just be the bits not caught while you are changing but honestly it's such a small amount, I wouldn't worry.
- Changing in the shower is a game changer! You can just empty away down the drain and obviously everything is all clean in the shower!
- Once you have watched a couple of videos online, you will see a lot of people mentioning cutting the stem of the cup off for comfort if it protrudes. I found that the stem didn't protrude but that it was uncomfortable and caused almost an itchy feeling - I think perhaps it is the ridges which cause the uncomfort. I was concerned about needing the stem to remove the cup so didn't want to cut it all off at once so I did it in stages, cutting first above the first stem ridge but finding it still uncomfortable. In the end I cut to just above the highest stem ridge. That gives a little bit of stem to grab if needed and actually now makes the cup so much more comfortable - to the point that I can't even feel it most of the time!!
- Removing the cup was the point I was most concerned about and felt like would be the most "icky". In terms of actual removal, the best tip I can give you that I found online and which works brilliantly (apologies if TMI!) is to squat down and to push as if you are going for a number 2! The muscles will then do a lot of the work for you and bring the cup lower so that you can easily grab the bottom of it. Remember that there is a seal on it and not to just pull it out as that will be very uncomfortable! Bring it out by pinching the base and moving it back and forth, the seal will break and come out. As for the "icky" factor - bizarrely it feels cleaner than a pad or tampon to me! You are only ever touching the outer cup where there is no blood and you pour it away and wash immediately! I've never had the cup more than even a third full when I've emptied it so it's not like it's full to the brim!
- The amount you empty the cup will depend on your body and how often you need it. I find that I can empty in the morning, then again when I get home from work (avoiding the awkward changing in work toilets!) and then again just before bed. You can wear for up to 12 hours as long as the cup isn't too full but if you do need to change at work or in public, disabled or baby changing toilets are great for having a sink in them (obviously if there are disabled people or a parent and child waiting for those facilities, I'm not recommending going ahead of them!)
- Finally on cleaning - there are cleaning products available through Lunette and other brands. Having done some research these are not an essential product, just an extra if you want them. It is perfectly fine to simply boil the cup between cycles and to rinse in hot water when emptying. That said, I have seen that the Lunette wipes can be used in place of boiling the cup between cycles and so I will likely buy a pack of those for when I am on holiday and boiling isn't an option.
Upon receiving the cup, the first thing I did was cut the stem off. I had done a lot of research online and knew that I wanted this to be shorter. Initially I cut it shorter, then after a few cycles, I cut it off all together and I'd definitely recommend this for comfort and ease, especially when you get used to taking it in and out.
I have to say that adjusting to this was easier than I thought. Getting it in was constantly super easy and it was only getting it out that I had some trouble with. However, once I figured out the key was pushing it down as far as I could before trying to grab it and break the suction, I ended up getting on with it just fine. Once I figured this out, I quickly loved using it!
The fact that I can go 12 hours before changing it is incredible. It makes a real difference to my confidence and life when I'm on my period and means I am less restricted and more free as I feel more covered and safe with my cup. The cup itself has never leaked for me - not sure whether this is luck or judgement, but I've always had a great experience.
I would recommend this to everyone I know, it's definitely worth the money and once you get used to it, it's so worth it! I would never go back to anything else now!