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    Monki x Lunette x The Cup
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    Lunette är liten men tuff
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    Lunette cups are easy to use and clean


Lunette menskopp kommer bli din mens bästa vän,vik ihop och för in, klart! Upp till 12 timmars användning utan att du ens märker att den sitter på plats.


Lunettes menskoppar är tillverkade i Finland av mjukt medicinskt silikon - ingen svamp, bakterier eller lukt, endast komfort och renlighet.


Lunettes menskoppar är designade, tillverkade och förpackade med miljön och din kropp i fokus. Koppen är det bästa alternativet till alla engångsartiklar som smutsar ner vår planet.


Tired of seeing those period commercials that show us how absorbent their tampons or pads are from a blue liquid representing our period blood? (they’re SO OFF if they think our vaginas are producing that color). Okay okay, in all seriousness, I don’t think I’ve ever been able to relate to a single one of those period commercials, have you? If I’m wearing a pad and doing yoga at the same time, there’s absolutely no way I’m going to feel fresh and comfortable, and I’m definitely not all smiles during my period week! If tampon and pad commercials were honest, we’d be seeing what it’s really like to have a period. Come on advertising and marketing gurus, there’s GOT to be a better way to portray how real menstruating humans actually feel! The issue at hand is, most people feel uncomfortable when someone brings up the “period” topic. In fact, I’m pretty sure people only talk about it with other menstruating humans, and in the comfort of their own private home. Non-menstruating humans, what are you afraid of? Unfortunately, having a period is often viewed as shameful, dirty, and “explicit” content. Something so natural, that happens to HALF of the population, and literally creates life, has a negative don’t-talk-about-it reputation, but how can we stop that? Content (photos especially) related to periods often get taken down from social media yet we feel more comfortable seeing images of women being objectified and sexualized. Please tell me how this is right.  It’s not. The advertising world has made it seem like a fantasy girly-girl land if you succumb to a certain period care product that’s on television. If you’re feeling crampy and cranky during your period, then FEEL crampy and cranky – no one has the right to judge you. Just remember that you’re still a badass and your uterus does wonders ;) Our bodies go through a lot of changes in life, and it’s about time people (and the media) start realizing the truth about menstruation. So, next time you feel embarrassed buying tampons, pads, or a menstrual cup at the grocery store, or someone gives you the “stink eye” when you start talking about your period, remember that without one that person wouldn’t be alive AND periods are AWESOME. Break the taboo and start embracing your uterus and all that it does. Are you with us?

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Period Ads Are Out – Real Menstruating Humans Are In!

Public restrooms – some are nice and clean, others…not so much. But in the unavoidable situation, when you gotta go, you gotta go! If being on your period didn’t already change your V plans for the week, dumping your menstrual fluid in a public restroom sounds just as terrifying as cleaning it. (Come on, we know you’re thinking it). What do you do when you absolutely have to empty your cup but waiting until you get home is out of the picture? Don’t worry, we’re not going to tell you to run to the sink that’s on the other side of the bathroom stall and hope no one sees you clean your cup, that would be…awkward. Remember that Lunette cup can hold blood for up to 12 hours! However, life happens, and we understand your fears.  First, wash your hands First things first, we recommend washing your hands before (and after of course) you go in the bathroom stall. Your hands and vagina are going to make very close contact, and who knows where those fingers have been! Just kidding, but please keep it sanitary.  Try Lunette Cupwipes Okay, we’ve got to ask – have you heard of our Lunette Cup Wipes? They’re uhhmazing, disinfectant, and super convenient when you don’t have access to water (aka a bathroom stall). All you have to do is dry the cup with toilet paper, then wipe it again with Lunette cup wipes! Voila, squeaky clean. Just make sure the cup dries before insertion so you don’t irritate your skin. Fun fact: the wipes are made from viscose, so it’s completely biodegradable! For you hardcore environmentalists, take the wipes home and compost them!  Alright alright, we know you won’t always have access to Lunette Cup Wipes (maybe you ran out, you have yet to try them, or you forgot them at home!) We forgive you. The problem is still there though ­– you’re out and about and you have to empty your cup but omgggg the sink is not accessible what will you do??? Wow being on your period can be stressful, right? We know how you feel. Cup-cleaning life hacks Here are some cup-cleaning life hacks you can do so the next time you have an emergency situation, you know what to do! 1. Bring a water bottle – so you can wash and clean it quickly. Just make sure to clean your mess afterwards (water can get splashy), and leave no trace ;) 2. Use toilet paper – a simple wipe in and around your cup can do the trick for emergency situations. Got any other tricks and recommendations on how you clean your menstrual cup? Let us know!

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How to clean your Lunette cup in a public restroom – like a boss

This past April I attended Weekend 1 of Coachella Music and Arts Festival, and yes, it was all I could ever imagine. Except there was a teeny thing I brought with me that I probably wouldn’t have if I had a choice…my period.  Yep. I was bleeding during this fun-filled weekend where the sun has no mercy on you, dressing “casual” is frowned upon, the smell of the porta potties make you gag (and are infested with flies), and 100,000 people are exchanging sweat and tears. But hey, the music was great and the oversized art installations were totes Instagram worthy. Menstruating during the chaos that came with Coachella didn’t stop me from dancing around the Polo Fields of Indio, California and jamming to Lady Gaga (Beyoncé, I still love you). In fact, if I’m being completely honest, I kind of forgot I was even bleeding. If it weren’t for my Lunette cup, my vagina and I wouldn’t have survived. I mean come on, imagine a world where you didn’t have to carry extra pads and tampons with you during times like these? Or ever? It’s the best feeling in the world.   Here are just a few reasons why Lunette is literally my bff, and why it didn’t fail me at Coachella:  I never had to worry about changing my pad or tampon several times a day because my cup kept me safe for 12 hours. Seriously, as soon as I entered the festival I didn’t think about my period until I got home. I didn’t have to check or worry about any leak stains on my butt and I didn’t ruin any underwear! Talk about ~period goals~. I only went in the porta potties to pee *and poo*, though I tried to avoid it at all costs, I PROMISE! Not having to change every 4 hours made the 100-degree weather more bearable. Vaginas are naturally moist, and mixing it with pads and tampons on a hot day can be…uncomfortable. Can you say yeast infections? I danced, jumped, ran (yes I ran), sat on someone’s shoulders, all while being on my period. Okay I must confess, although being on my period during a music festival was a breeze, I would have loved if my period came another week. However, we can’t control the nature of our bodies, and if my menstrual cycle wants to follow me to another festival again this summer, then my cup and I say BRING IT! Get your very own Lunette menstrual cup here.

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I went to a music festival on my period, and I survived!
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