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Lunette Menstrual Cup Is The Future Of Period Care

Fourteen years! That’s right, it’s astonishing to think that the Lunette Menstrual Cup was created in 2005 when there were only 3 other menstrual cups available. Menstrual cups have been popular amongst eco-conscious groups for some time, however now we are seeing that menstrual cup converts have different reasons for making the switch to this reusable period option and finding their “Wow” moment.

What is a menstrual cup?

The Lunette Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped cup made from 100% medical grade silicone which is worn internally to collect period blood rather than absorb it. The menstrual cup is a reusable alternative to disposable pads and tampons.

What are the benefits of making the switch?

Each person has their own reason for making the switch to a menstrual cup;

  • Convenience- can be worn for up to 12 hours between emptying, suitable for swimming and can be worn overnight
  • Eco-Friendly- save on rubbish, Lunette Menstrual Cup means a waste-free period.
  • Save Money- One Menstrual Cup will last years, saving thousands compared to disposable period products.
  • Safe and Hygienic- Menstrual Cups are odourless and will not absorb the body’s natural lubrication

“I wish I’d made the switch sooner”

We hear this all the time and for those sitting on the fence, you’re encouraged to take the plunge and try out a menstrual cup. Allow yourself a few cycles to become familiar with it. You will learn different folds, how often to empty it for your flow, and the best insertion and removal technique for you. Many people describe the switch to a menstrual cup as life-changing, or revolutionary, hygienic and convenient and start telling all their friends about it.

Fast facts

  • There are 1.3 million New Zealand people of menstruating age
  • When added together, we spend over 6 years of our life having our period
  • New Zealanders spend $15 per month/$2000 over 10 years on disposable sanitary items
  • One Lunette menstrual cup lasts years, comes in 2 sizes and a range of colours 
  • A menstrual cup holds 2-3 times as much as a tampon and can be worn overnight or up to 12 hours





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