Menskoppar är inget nytt koncept - faktum är att de funnits i en eller annan form i hela 100 år. Likväl så är det många som inte förstår hur dom fungerar. Här är några tips på hur du kan prata med dina föräldrar (eller egentligen vem som helst) om menskoppar!
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Tips på hur du kan prata med dina föräldrar om menskoppar
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Kan du använda menskopp om du har spiral? Här får reda på allt du behöver veta om hur spiralen fungerar, hur det fungerar ihop med en menskopp och det bästa sättet att ta ut koppen med en spiral insatt.
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Att använda menskopp med spiral: Allt du behöver veta
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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...

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I went to a music festival on my period, and I survived!
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Okay okay, summer is one of our favorite seasons at the Lunette HQ. We get to forget about the winter scarves and coats, and bring out the trendy swimsuits and sandals – oh and eat açaí bowls all day everyday. Those endless summer nights, tan lines, hikes, and the beach – it’s truly paradise for three straight months. Whether you live 5 minutes from the beach or have to take a plane to get some sand between your toes, you’re bound to get your period on one of those beach trips! Don’t let your period stop you from getting in...

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Heading to the beach? Don’t forget your Lunette cup!
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Menstrual cups are connected at least to so many myths as the menstruation itself. Does the blood indeed flow back into the womb when the cup is full? Is it true that only women who have already given birth can use the larger cup? We put all the facts on the table and gathered together the most common myths and truths here. MYTH: When the cup is full, the blood flows back into the uterus. TRUTH: Wrong! The blood flows into the vagina and thus into the cup through the tiny hole in the cervix. It is not possible that...

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Myths about menstrual cups
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Menstrual cups are hardly a new idea. In fact, the first menstrual cup was invented in 1937 by a woman named Leona Chalmers. It was met with a lot of resistance and didn’t make as big as an impact as Chalmers had hoped. Over the years, menstrual cups have become more and more popular but, still, people have a lot of questions about this seemingly-odd bell-shaped cup. Understandably! With pads and tampons being the most mainstream types of period care products, it can be hard to find solid information on menstrual cups. Fear not - we are here to answer...

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8 FAQ About Menstrual Cups
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How old is old enough to use a Lunette menstrual cup? The answer is - if you are old enough to menstruate, you are old enough to use a Lunette. Girls as young as 14 have successfully used a Lunette for their period. However, sometimes a little extra time is needed to get used to the process. Lunette size 1 - Designed for younger users We designed our smaller Lunette menstrual cup (size 1) specifically for younger users. Not only is it smaller and shorter -- it is squishier in consistency for easier insertion.   If I am a virgin,...

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Teens & Menstrual Cups: Tips for First Time Use
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The Lunette team really do like receiving your questions, comments and concerns - YES, even the really unique ones! We understand that menstrual cup use doesn't come easy to everyone and a few questions might arise regarding your anatomy and how the cup works. We want to help you love your Lunette menstrual cup just as much as we do! How are menstrual cups different than tampons? The Lunette menstrual cup is made of medical grade silicone…not cotton or rayon- which can dry you out. Plus, the Lunette cup’s capacity is much greater than tampon’s. The Lunette model 2 can...

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Top Menstrual Cup FAQs
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For us gals who use Lunette cups, keeping it clean is the most important thing. After all, the cup is going into our bodies. Although some believe that reusable does not equal clean (they´re wrong), we should all remember that even disposable products are not completely sterile. With proper care and a quick clean, your Lunette cup will be ready to serve you for another reuse. First use Wash your hands and clean the Lunette cup by washing with water and a mild liquid soap free of coloring agents and parfumes. Then boil it in a large amount of water...

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How to Clean Your Lunette Menstrual Cup
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For us gals who use Lunette cups, keeping it clean is the most important thing. After all, the cup is going into our bodies. Although some believe that reusable does not equal clean (they´re wrong), we should all remember that even disposable products are not completely sterile. With proper care and a quick clean, your Lunette cup will be ready to serve you for another reuse. First use Wash your hands and clean the Lunette cup by washing with water and a mild liquid soap free of coloring agents and parfumes. Then boil it in a large amount of water...

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How to Clean Your Lunette Cup
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