Lunette Menstrual Cup - Violet - Reusable Model 1 Menstrual Cup for Light Flow
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If you leave your cup in longer than 12 hours when it's removed there might be a slight smell but this will go with the blood being tipped away. Rubbing alcohol, lemon juice or a 50/50 mixture of water and vinegar are all great natural ingredients that you use to freshen up your cup.
The official recommendation is that you should replace it “every few years,” depending on how well you take care of it. Is it actually necessary to sanitize your cup with sanitizing tablets, boiling water, or disinfecting wipes, or is it okay to just wash it with unscented soap?Claiming to be the world’s first collapsible menstrual cup, the Intimina lily cup compact can be pulled out to form a traditional funnel shape when needed. Whether it’s destigmatising periods, disrupting gender stereotypes or protecting the planet, every day we commit ourselves to building a better world. The Lunette Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped cup that gives you a comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period for up to 12 hours a day.
Making the switch to a reusable menstrual cup means that you’ll reduce your exposure to this harmful stuff. It may take a bit of courage to shake up the status quo, but remember that you’re not in this alone. If you have a sensitive bladder or tend to find menstrual cups uncomfortable, look for the cups that are marketed as extra soft.
Each cup is made of 100 per cent medical grade silicone, offers 12 hours of protection and comes with a cotton storage pouch. As mentioned, they can be worn for up to 12 hours, and then emptied into a toilet, rinsed under water and popped back in to be used again and again. This technique might not be necessary but helps with removal if the cup is feeling stubborn to come out.
As we mentioned above, we highly recommend using our Cup Cleanser that is designed for washing a silicone cup. Just like inserting your menstrual cup, it’s important that you are removing it the right way to ensure your cup comes out easily and isn’t accidentally damaged.
If you’re new to period cups, and are considering this cup for your first one, then we’ll give you the quick run-down. I have never been able to use tampons I just can't get them in right, too drying and irritating on putting in and removing, I can always feel them. A menstrual cup is a reusable device worn inside the vagina that creates a seal against your vaginal wall and collects menstrual blood rather than absorbing it like a tampon.