Menstrual Cup Reusable

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When it comes to your Moon Day, we understand that sometimes the only thing on your mind is staying fresh and pressing refresh on that computer. That's probably why you grab the usual disposable pads, however did you know disposable pads, like disposable nappies, take 250 YEARS to break down?! 

Insane, I know, however because of the need for a better alternative. One, that prevents leakage, allows the body to have beneficial bacteria and save you money! Earth to Lift now stocks the Lunette Reusable Menstrual Cup.

Just pop it in with your morning shower for the whole day free of 'have I leaked on my pants?' or 'I have to remember to change it.' 

Even better, you will feel comfortable at work, at school or at home because the cup is High quality, BPA Free medical grade silicone! Which can be worn from dawn to dusk, 12 full hours of bliss!

Menstrual Cup Reusable
SIZE 1 - for light to normal flow
SIZE 2 - for normal to heavy flow
High quality BPA free medical grade silicone
Wear up to 12 hours

Advantages of menstrual cups include:

  • Lower costs and less landfill waste. Some cups are designed for long-term use – even years – providing a significant cost savings over tampons and pads. Since you can reuse them, there’s less waste to clog up our landfills and fewer trees sacrificed to make the paper-based alternatives. Keep in mind that some cups are designed to be disposable. Make sure you read the box label carefully before buying if you want a reusable one.
  • Less embarrassing odor. You won’t have to worry about embarrassing menstrual odor wafting out at the most inopportune times, since the fluid doesn’t get exposed to air as it does with pads and tampons.
  • Vaginal pH and beneficial bacteria stay in place. Tampons absorb all your vaginal fluid along with the blood, which may disturb the delicate pH and bacterial balance in your vagina.
  • Fewer visits to the pharmacy. Even if you replace your cup once a year, you’ll still make 11 fewer trips to the pharmacy than you would if you used the disposable paper-based methods.
  • More time between changes. You need to change tampons every four to eight hours, depending on flow. You can go up to 12 hours with a menstrual cup before emptying.
  • Intercourse is possible with the cup in place. It’s possible to have intercourse while the cup is in your vagina. It’s really a personal choice whether you want to remove it first or not.
  • Easy to use. Anyone who has used tampons, especially the kind without applicators, should have little trouble learning how to insert a menstrual cup. If you’ve ever used a diaphragm for birth controll, you’ll have even less trouble learning how to use your new cup. Simply fold it so it looks like a tampon, aim it toward the back of the vagina and give a little push. It should actually draw itself up. When inserted properly, you shouldn’t feel its presence at all.

SIZE 1 - for light to normal flow
SIZE 2 - for normal to heavy flow
Available Colours: Clear, Blue, Yellow, Purple.
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