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EASY & WORRY-FREE

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

HYGIENIC & SAFE

You can be assured that our period cups are made of soft medical grade silicone and are BPA free. This means no yeast, bacteria or cup odor. Just cleanliness and comfort.

Vegan & Earth Friendly

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

Ready to say Hello to the future of period care?

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The Lunette Blog

Are you the type of person that looks and questions every ingredient in the products you purchase? Don’t worry, that’s a good thing! We’re happy to know people care about what they are in contact with, and we’ve definitely gotten few questions about our ingredients as well. Which is why we’re here to give you the low down on our Lunette Feelbetter Cup Cleanser and the surfactant we use in it — Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate (ASL), and compare it the one we don’t use, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). Try not to get tongue twisted ;)

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It’s time for some Science 101 – Lunette style

The vulva, often mistaken for the word “vagina,” is one of the most diverse areas of the female anatomy. Yet, in health or biology class, we tend to only retain that vaginas are called vaginas, and the rest remains a mystery. While we won’t condemn someone for referring to vulva’s as vaginas, it’s important to know the difference between a vagina and a vulva, and what all the other functions down there are called. Why? Because the female anatomy is pretty dope, and knowing what does what and the proper names for them will take us one step closer to getting to know our bodies better. Self-care, right? 

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9 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Vulva and Vagina

How old is old enough to use a Lunette menstrual cup? The answer is - if you are old enough to menstruate, you are old enough to use a Lunette. Girls as young as 14 have successfully used a Lunette for their period. However, sometimes a little extra time is needed to get used to the process.

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Teens & Menstrual Cups: Tips for First Time Use
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