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Lunette Cup Model 1 Silicone Menstrual Cup

 

$39.99

Lunette Cup Model 1 Silicone Menstrual Cup

 

$39.99

The Lunette Menstrual Cup gives you comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period protection for up to 12 hours a day! These cups are easy to keep clean, and last for several years. And if you've been using tampons or pads up until now, this product basically pays for itself after just 3 months! All Lunette Menstrual Cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 1 is made of softer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 2. You can get an idea of the size difference in the second image (but cups are sold separately!) To insert a menstrual cup, start out by finding a comfy position with your legs apart -- sitting on the toilet or standing with one leg propped up on the toilet or bathtub ledge works quite well! Smoosh the lid of the cup together, and then fold the cup to make it compact. Insert the cup into the vaginal canal, while continuing to hold the edges together. Using a little lube to help it slide in makes this much more comfortable! Once you’ve pushed it in as far as it will go, release the edges so that the cup opens all the way and suctions on to the walls of the vagina, around the cervix. If this doesn’t happen immediately, try twisting the cup while bearing down. Make sure the cup is covering your cervix by swirling a finger around the sides -- you can even it a gentle tug to make sure it’s created a seal. If it has, you should be able to feel a little bit of resistance! Cup Diameter: 1.6" Cup Length: 1.9" Stem Length: 1" Volume: 25 ml/0.85 fl oz

  • Medical grade silicone
  • Comes with storage pouch and handy guide
  • BPA FREE
  • Latex-free
  • Boilable

 
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The Lunette Menstrual Cup gives you comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period protection for up to 12 hours a day! These cups are easy to keep clean, and last for several years. And if you've been using tampons or pads up until now, this product basically pays for itself after just 3 months!

All Lunette Menstrual Cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 1 is made of softer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 2. You can get an idea of the size difference in the second image (but cups are sold separately!)

To insert a menstrual cup, start out by finding a comfy position with your legs apart -- sitting on the toilet or standing with one leg propped up on the toilet or bathtub ledge works quite well!

Smoosh the lid of the cup together, and then fold the cup to make it compact. Insert the cup into the vaginal canal, while continuing to hold the edges together. Using a little lube to help it slide in makes this much more comfortable!

Once you’ve pushed it in as far as it will go, release the edges so that the cup opens all the way and suctions on to the walls of the vagina, around the cervix. If this doesn’t happen immediately, try twisting the cup while bearing down. Make sure the cup is covering your cervix by swirling a finger around the sides -- you can even it a gentle tug to make sure it’s created a seal. If it has, you should be able to feel a little bit of resistance!

Cup Diameter: 1.6"
Cup Length: 1.9"
Stem Length: 1"
Volume: 25 ml/0.85 fl oz

  • Medical grade silicone
  • Comes with storage pouch and handy guide
  • BPA FREE
  • Latex-free
  • Boilable
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The Lunette Menstrual Cup gives you comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period protection for up to 12 hours a day! These cups are easy to keep clean, and last for several years. And if you’ve been using tampons or pads up until now, this product basically pays for itself after just 3 months!

All Lunette Menstrual Cups are soft and pliable, however, Lunette Cup Model 1 is made of softer silicone than Lunette Cup Model 2. You can get an idea of the size difference in the second image (but cups are sold separately!)

To insert a menstrual cup, start out by finding a comfy position with your legs apart — sitting on the toilet or standing with one leg propped up on the toilet or bathtub ledge works quite well!

Smoosh the lid of the cup together, and then fold the cup to make it compact. Insert the cup into the vaginal canal, while continuing to hold the edges together. Using a little lube to help it slide in makes this much more comfortable!

Once you’ve pushed it in as far as it will go, release the edges so that the cup opens all the way and suctions on to the walls of the vagina, around the cervix. If this doesn’t happen immediately, try twisting the cup while bearing down. Make sure the cup is covering your cervix by swirling a finger around the sides — you can even it a gentle tug to make sure it’s created a seal. If it has, you should be able to feel a little bit of resistance!

Cup Diameter: 1.6″
Cup Length: 1.9″
Stem Length: 1″
Volume: 25 ml/0.85 fl oz

  • Medical grade silicone
  • Comes with storage pouch and handy guide
  • BPA FREE
  • Latex-free
  • Boilable
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