Taking a menstrual cup quiz is not necessarily the best way to find a menstrual cup that works for you. Instead, read this to learn the important factors that need to be considered when choosing a menstrual cup.
Looking for a comprehensive Lunette Cup review? Well, you’re in the right place! This review will cover everything you need to know about the Lunette cup including the size (Model 1 or 2), the cup colours, the price, shipping costs, how to clean your cup, Lunette vs Diva Cup and where to buy Lunette Cup from.
I am SO excited to share with you my experience using the lovely Dot menstrual cup. Inspiring Betsy, the founder of Dot, sent me a Dot Cup from all the way over in the USA (I’m in Australia). I love the power of social media connecting people from all over the globe!
Receiving this little black beauty in the mail and discovering all of the delightful goodies that came inside was such a thrill!
If you’ve taken the plunge and decided to try a …
Have you been thinking about trying out a menstrual cup but became overwhelmed to discover there are SO. MANY. BRANDS?! How can it be, that you have hardly heard of these things and never even tried one, yet there is a whole world of menstrual cup providers out there that you never knew existed! To write this post I have gathered information from six different menstrual cup brands based around the world, I can tell you that ALL of these brands across the world agree on two factors that need to be considered in choosing your menstrual cup…
Girl, I get it, the whole menstrual cup thing can be a bit weird at first. When you talk about ‘catching’ your blood and ‘sustainable’ periods it can seem like a bit of a hippy movement. And it’s certainly not the best dinner party conversation topic! But I’m telling you, it’s game changing and gaining momentum – everyday women are talking about this …on the streets! If you’re still not convinced, here are 10 reasons why your life will be better when you use a menstrual cup – we don’t call it The Better Period for nothing!
A menstrual cup is a soft reusable cup, usually made from medical grade silicone or thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). It is folded and inserted into the vaginal canal, where it *pops* open to form a leak-proof suction seal against the vaginal walls. The cup sits below the cervix to collect, rather than absorb, the menstrual fluid.