The Lunette Menstrual Cup presents the future of feminine period protection. It is a user friendly, reusable, and eco-logical feminine hygiene option. Using Lunette cup will help protect the environment by reducing wrappers and plastic waste, and reduce the amount of money you spend on disposable items, offering peace of mind and a stress free cycle.
Lunette Cup Features:
Made from high quality, silky soft, medical grade silicone
Hypo-allergenic and latex free
Measuring lines on the cup, which allow you to measure your amount of flow
Flat stem and completely smooth cup lining make cleaning a breeze
Can be worn for up to 12 hours or overnight
Available in 5 colours: Orange, Clear, Violet, Yellow, and Blue
Available in 2 sizes: Model 1 and Model 2
Comes with a colour co-ordinated jewel toned satin carry pouch and detailed usage instructions
The Lunette menstrual cup is listed in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), AUST L157084. It is also FDA listed (USA)
Made in Finland
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. IF SYMPTOMS OCCUR, PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR/HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
Lunette Cup Colours:
Choosing the correct size Lunette Cup
When Choosing your first cup there are a few factors to consider. There are many 14 year old virgins using the Model 2 Lunette, and we also know middle-aged women who love the Model 1. Most women can use either cup, but one of them might be more right for you.
Model 1 is 41mm in diameter and holds 25ml of fluid Model 2 is 46mm in diameter and holds 30ml
Factors you should consider:
1. The amount of flow: This is the most important factor when choosing the right Lunette cup. As a general rule we can say that Model 2 is best for medium to heavier flow and model 1 for lighter flow.
2. Anatomy: Each woman’s anatomy is different and because of this we sometimes recommend the smaller Lunette cup for heavier flow and vice versa. The table below should help you in determining the correct size Lunette Cup. You may also find our Menstrual Cup General Sizing Guidelines helpful, and our Amount of Flow page useful in determining your menstrual flow level.
1 or 2
Young woman, has not given birth
Young woman, has given birth
1 or 2
Adult woman, has not given birth
2 (or 1)
Adult woman, has given birth
2 (or 1)
Short Vagina (you can easily reach your cervix with your finger)
Active sportswoman - Pilates, Yoga
How to Use your Lunette Menstrual Cup
You may wish to experiment with one these 9 Folding techniques to help find the one that works best for you.
Step 1: Wash
First, carefully wash your hands with soap and water. When using the cup for the first time, you can lubricate it with water or a water-based lubricant to aid insertion. The Lunette can be sterilised by boiling it in a large amount of water for 2-5 minutes before first use.
Step 2: Fold
Fold the Lunette menstrual cup in on itself as shown in the picture. To do this, squeeze the cup flat then fold it in half so that the rim makes a "C" shape (The C Fold)
Step 3: Hold
Hold the cup firmly in its folded position and guide it rim-first into the vagina.
Step 4: Insert
You can insert the cup while sitting, standing or squatting; spreading your legs will facilitate insertion.
Step 5: Remove & Rinse
When removing the cup, first carefully wash your hands and relax your muscles. If you cannot reach the bottom, tug gently on the tab; slightly pushing with your internal muscles may help to bring it down. Break the seal by squeezing the bottom part of the cup, and remove it. Tip the contents into the lavatory.
Step 6: Re-use
Wash the menstrual cup carefully in water and re-insert it. Use mild and perfume-free soap for washing if needed. The cup should first be rinsed in cold water, so that menstrual blood does not make the cup develop a smell. When water is not available, from time to time you can also wipe the cup with toilet paper and/or Lunette Disinfecting wipes.
An Introduction to the Lunette Cup
9 Menstrual Cup Folds
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