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    The future of period care
    Comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period
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    Keep it clean
    Lunette cups are easy to use and clean


Lunette menstrual cups are easy to use. Simply fold the Lunette and insert. Done! Plus you'll experience up to 12 HOURS of worry-free use.


Lunette menstrual cups are made of soft medical grade silicone and are BPA free. This means no yeast, bacteria or odor. Just cleanliness and comfort.

Sustainable & Vegan

Lunette menstrual cups are designed, developed and packaged with the environment at heart. It’s also the best alternative to disposable period products which pollute our planet.

Ready to say Hello to the future of period care?

Click on a topic below to find out how Lunette can work for you.

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Today we’re releasing our new video, a story we’re excited to share and the kind we would like to see more of, both on camera and in the real world. We’re really passionate about the products we make (like truly, madly, deeply kind of passionate) but products only get us so far. It’s the bigger picture stuff, the ideas behind the products, the stories we tell ourselves in our day to day that really make a difference. Products don’t empower you. We believe you already have the power right there within, but that access to having informed choices, sharing big ideas, and creating new stories for ourselves helps us become empowered. This video is one of many kinds of stories but it’s the kind of journey we’d like, and are determined to see more of. It’s about the ability to open up more and pursue your dreams. To dare to have courage in your inner self. To listen to, and share, the colorful visionary that might have been there all along. Sounding a bit too idyllic? We get it. But our story really is about giving you more choice, freedom, and inspiration to pursue your dreams no matter what that might look like.   Check out the video here:   What sort of empowerment stories would you like to see more of?

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New Video: The Power Within

Technology has made our lives easier, yet harder at the same time. I mean think about it – we have so much information available at our fingertips and so many different apps to choose from, it can be overwhelming at times! Not to mention all the different period tracker apps developed and their fun, quirky features (like knowing when you’re ovulating)! So which one should YOU download, and how do you know which one is right for you? We've picked a few of our favorites period tracker apps to help you decide.   1. Spot OnPrice: free Emojis make our world a little more exciting – and this app is emoji heaven! You can enter data for your mood, body, and action to track any patterns around your period! How cool is that? You can also integrate Spot On with your iOS Health app to see data in the “Spotting and Menstruation” section. This app also gives you fun facts each day – did you know you spend approximately 2,400 days menstruating over your lifetime? Download Spot On if you want to get your emoji period game on!    2. Cycles Price: freeGo Pro: $2.99 If you want to keep things to the point, this app is the one for you. It has a “Cycles Event” section under “Reminders” that tells you when your period will start and end, when you’re fertile or not, what day you’re ovulating, and when you’re PMSing! All great things to keep track of if you have an irregular period, or if you just like knowing what’s going on with your body! Aside from the friendly reminders, if you click on any date on the calendar, you can enter data for how you’re feeling that day and what activities your body is going through!       3. CluePrice: FreeThis is a pretty simple app – but we love it! The first thing you’ll see when you open the app is your current cycle with the days and data of your period. You can enter information about how light or heavy your period is, if you’ve missed a pill or not, track your sex life activity (because why not?), and so much more. After you’ve entered all your data, it gives you some fun statistics! How cool is that? To top it off, we can’t forget to mention you can share your cycle with friends! That’s right, friendship just took on a whole new level with Clue ;) Fun tip: shake your phone to make a Q&A page pop up incase you forgot to take a birth control pill!        4. EvePrice: FreePremium: $3.99 for a year This app is truly a gem ;) If you love reading articles related to sex and menstruation, then wait no more and start downloading! The “Community” tab has topics related to sex, fitness, fashion, birth control, and so much more! You can also join over 50 different groups and be a part of a safe place to discuss sex, health, and menstruation. Take quizzes, community polls, learn something new in their “Fact or Fiction” tab, and do so many other fun activities! Aside from all the cool features, you can track your period in the calendar section, and adjust as needed when your cycle has started! Simple as that.    

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Our favorite FREE period tracker apps!

What’s the first thing you grab when you’re on your period? For 70% of menstruating humans, reaching for a tampon is second nature, but what about the other 30% who don’t use them? Ever heard of period undies or menstrual cups? Read below to find out more!   Period panties If you’re an avid social media user, public transportation rider, and overall advertising guru, you’ve probably noticed the iconic pictures going around for the new period-proof panties, THINX. Many menstruating humans are intrigued by this new phenomenon, but at the same time a lot of us are scratching our heads wondering how the heck it works. According to their website and further research, THINX underwear is made with a special technology (microfiber polyester) that absorbs your blood. In other words, these materials pull the moister from your vagina away from the body and into the material ~like magic~. Many people love this new alternative because they’re reusable, comfy, and they have multiple designs (hip hugger, high waist, boy short, sport, cheeky, and thong). If you’re one of those people who simply cannot shove a menstrual cup or tampon up your vagina, then period panties are a great alternative to disposable pads!   Tampons I remember my first time trying to put a tampon in…I’ll spare you the details, but you probably have somewhat of an idea and can relate! Tampons are a big deal. I mean c’mon, 70% of women use tampons and usually transition to them after wearing pads for the first couple of years. It’s the first thing that goes INSIDE our vagina (most of the time), and there are so many different brands to choose from. Unfortunately, many brands choose not to disclose their full ingredient list, and toxic shock syndrome is a very real concern. Oh, and let’s not forget the money we spend every month on these little gadgets. Aside from all the downsides of tampons, there is hope and a few companies like Natracare have started making organic tampons that are good for your body (no chlorine or toxic chemicals) and the environment (no plastic applicators). So, if you’re a die-hard tampon user, think again about the consequences that little piece of cotton will have on your body AND mother earth. Do your research!   Menstrual cups *Our friend’s reactions when we say we use a menstrual cup* “Wait, what? So your period is just sitting there? How do you put it in? That’s so weird.” A lot of menstruating humans don’t even know menstrual cups exist! If you ask us, it’s the best thing to happen to periods ;) *wink wink*. Think about the benefits you can get by using a menstrual cup – it’s good for the environment because you’re no longer sending plastic tampon applicators, wrappers, and pads into oceans and landfills. Lunette cup is 100% vegan, made with medical-grade silicone that is not harmful for your vagina, it keeps you leak-free for up to 12 hours, and both our packaging AND cup are biodegradable. Some people are skeptical of using a menstrual cup because they’re afraid of it or are grossed out from their own blood. #BREAKTHEPERIODTABOO. We guarantee the benefits are worth it.   Comment below if you’ve used period panties, tampons, or menstrual cups! We’re dying to hear what you think.

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Period panties vs. Tampons vs. Menstrual Cups
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