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Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette
Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette

Lunette Menstrual Cup - Lunette

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Brand:Lunette

Free yourself from those period woes with a Lunette Menstrual Cup.

Lunette Menstrual Cups are made with love using super soft medical-grade silicone, which is BPA and chemical free. Menstrual cups collect rather than absorb fluids, keeping you naturally lubricated, comfortable and healthy.

Each Lunette Menstrual Cup comes with an easy-carry pouch — made from recycled plastic bottles — and simple instructions for use, so you can keep it with you wherever you go.
 

▼ CHARACTERISTICS ▼

  • Flat stem
    Easy to clean and comfortable to wear
  • Superior shape
    The cup stays securely in place and gives superior comfort and greater capacity
  • Comfortable rim
    For easy insertion and removal
  • Ridges
    For easy grip and secure removal
  • Smooth interior
    For easy emptying and cleaning
  • Large air holes
    Easy to clean and make removal simple

▼ GUIDE TO FIND YOUR SUITABLE SIZE ▼

Model 1 is great for:

Spotting is a drop or two of blood, not even requiring a pad, though you may prefer to use one.

Very light bleeding is when you need to change a low absorbency tampon or pad one or two times per day, though you may prefer to change them more frequently.

Light bleeding is when you need to change a low or regular absorbency tampon or pad two to three times per day, though you may prefer to change more frequently.

Model 2 is great for:

Moderate bleeding is when you need to change a regular absorbency pad or tampon every three to four hours, though you may prefer to change it more frequently.

Heavy bleeding is when you need to change a high absorbency tampon or pad every three to four hours, though you may prefer to change more frequently.

Very heavy bleeding, or gushing, is when your period protection barely works at all. In these instances, you’d need to change the highest absorbency tampon or pad every hour or two, though you may prefer to change it more frequently.
 

▼ GUIDE TO USE ▼

Six simple steps
It’s easier than you think to learn how to use a menstrual cup, even if it may feel a little intimidating at first. To begin, all you need to do is get to grips with our six simple steps to becoming a menstrual master:

  1. Wash Hands
    Wash your hands and clean your Lunette Menstrual Cup with water and mild soap or a menstrual cup cleanser.
  2. Fold & Hold
    Fold the cup in on itself to make it flat and then in half to form a C shape.
  3. Insert
    Get into a comfortable position and relax. Keep the cup folded and guide it into the vagina, rim first
  4. Wear & Learn
    Try different folds that accentuate the insertion point: Most use the typical C-fold. However, there are many ways to fold a Lunette. Check out the most common different folds that you can use with your period cup.
  5. Remove & Empty
    Grasp the bottom of the cup and gently squeeze to break the seal — don’t pull the stem, it will just make the suction stronger. Empty out the contents of the cup into the toilet.
  6. Clean & Sanitize
    The Lunette Menstruation Cup should be cleaned before and after your periods, and after emptying. 
    ※For a more detailed explanation, refer to ▼ CARE INSTRUCTIONS ▼

​​​​​​▼ PRODUCT INFORMATION ▼

  • Medical device registration number: 13B2X10428003001
  • Colors: Blue / Yellow

▼ MATERIAL▼

Medical grade silicone

▼ COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE ▼

Finland

▼ CARE INSTRUCTIONS ▼

First-time users: Check that the air holes around the top are fully open. Wash your hands and clean your cup with water and mild soap (seriously, none of the scented stuff). Boil it in a large pot for 20 minutes before you use it for the first time.

Cleaning during your period: First, tip the blood into the toilet. Rinse with cold water and then wash with warm water. 
Recommended to clean your cup with water and mild soap or a menstrual cup cleanser daily.

Your period is over — now what?: When your period is over, disinfect your cup by boiling in water for 5-10 minutes. Lunette should be disinfected before and after your periods.

◎Check the silicone Disinfectant Pod for easy disinfection using a microwave!

▼ TIPS FOR BEGINNERS ▼

If you are unsure about how to insert, remove, clean the menstrual cup, or have any questions, use the chat function or send us an email to info@hellofermata.com

INSERT 

Relax and take your time: Choose alone time when you can focus without distractions or interruptions. Perhaps after a warm bath when you are relaxed. If you are too nervous, the vaginal muscles will tighten, making it uncomfortable, if not impossible, for successful insertion.

Get Acquainted with yourself: It is always a good idea to know your own body. Take some time to locate the vaginal opening and even insert a finger to locate your cervix. It feels like the tip of your nose. Knowing where your cervix is will help you to position the cup properly and not insert it too high. If you have a high cervix, you may not be able to feel it with your fingers, which is totally normal!

Practice during your period: The vagina is more flexible and the blood works as a lubricant. Or . . .

Take a "dry run" before your period: You might be more comfortable practicing before your period if you feel squeamish about touching blood. In this case, use water or water-based lubricant to make things easier.

Try different folds that accentuate the insertion point: Most use the typical C-fold. However, there are many ways to fold a Lunette. Check out the most common different folds that you can use with your period cup.

Proper insertion direction: Be aware that the direction of insertion needs to be aimed towards the small of your back — not straight up.

Be patient: Know that it may take several times before you are successful. If you begin without the expectation of perfect insertion, you are more likely to be relaxed and pleasantly surprised when success happens.

Assess the stem: Once inserted, you will need to decide whether or not to keep the stem. If it protrudes, it will be uncomfortable. In this case, you likely won't need the stem and can trim it shorter or off completely. 

REMOVE

Again - RELAX: Just as with insertion. Take your time!

Do NOT pull on the stem: The stem is used to gain access to the bottom of the cup. If you pull on the stem, it will make the suction stronger and more difficult to remove the cup. This can feel unpleasant or even painful. It will also create a mess since the cup won't be supported or controlled when it exits.

Squeeze bottom to release suction: This is the key - the bottom of the cup has ridges for gripping. Grip the bottom and tweak the cup to the side. The idea is to pull an edge away from the vaginal wall to release the suction. You will hear or feel it when this happens.

Rock gently: Once suction releases, gently rock the cup from side to side as you pull it out. This technique might not be necessary but helps with removal if the cup is feeling stubborn to come out.