It's time for change. Period.


We have iPhones that can track our heart rate, manage our finances, and connect with people across the globe, but for women, who have bled cyclically since our first breath, are still secretly struggling with period control and comfort? Not any more!

FINALLY, we have a solution.

From this moment forward, the focus is no longer on absorption, but on containment. Our Lunette Leak Proof Silicone Cups is the world's top rated menstrual cup that is compatible for menstruating people of every age, shape, size and childbearing stage.


I know, I know. It's a big change of how we have understood and managed feminine care. And if I'm completely honest with you, as I always am, there is a learning curve involved, too. Once you make the transition to this cup I promise your life will be forever changed and you will look back at your stack of tampons, pads, panty liners, and all that material and thank the bad ass women who put their heads together to finally address the bloody situation.


Now, let's get all of your questions answered.



What is it?


The Lunette Menstrual Cup is bell-shaped cup that gives you a comfortable, safe, odorless and eco-friendly period for up to 12 hours a day. It’s reusable and lasts several years meaning less time, money and stress!

How does it work?


The Lunette Menstrual Cup fits nice and snug, held in position by the seal formed by the walls of the vagina and the vaginal muscles. Your interior is superior and does all the work — you’ll barely feel a thing!


The cup is placed entirely inside the lower part of the vagina, just behind the pubic bone below the cervix.


Vaginas are tilted backwards, so guiding the cup towards the small of your back, moving it up and down will help you find the correct and comfortable position.


Rotate the cup to check that it has fully opened and doesn’t leak. Your cervix may move during menstruation, so inserting the cup requires practice and knowledge of your own anatomy. (This is the learning curve I mentioned above).


Your Lunette Menstrual Cup will stay put for up to 12 hours and only needs emptying 2-4 times/day.



Is it messy?


Valid question. After all, the whole point is to relieve period stress, right? Lunette can be worn up to 12 hours and is emptied between 2-4 times a day, depending on your flow.


First, wash your hands and your menstrual cup with our Feelbetter Cup Cleanser, and rinse carefully. Then you will relax, fold the cup and insert into the vagina. To remove, you'll wash your hands, relax your muscles, and grasp the bottom of the cup. You will then tip the contents into the toilet, rinse it, and reuse. Your Lunette Menstrual Cup should be cleaned before and after your cycle, and after emptying. To avoid odor and discoloration, rinse first in cold water, and then wash with hot water and Lunette Feelbetter Cup Cleanser designed for silicone cups.




Can I exercise with my Lunette Cup?


Yes. A Lunette Menstrual Cup is made of high quality silicone, so it will bend and move with your body no matter what you're doing!


Can my Lunette Cup get lost inside?


Nope. The Lunette Cup sits inside your vagina and can't pass through your cervix.


Can I have sex while I'm using the Lunette Cup?


No. You will likely forget that you are even on your period, but please remember to remove your cup before getting frisky.


What size Lunette Cup should I use?


The Lunette Cup comes in two sizes because, well, not all periods are created equal. Model 1 is for a light to normal flow and Model 2 is for a normal to heavy flow. Model 1 is made of a slightly softer silicone, so it's easier to insert if you've never used a cup before. Model 2 is slightly larger making it incredibly convenient for those mega flow days.



"99% would recommend Lunette Menstrual Cup to their friends."


"87% said their quality of life during periods had improved after using Lunette Cup."


Ready to improve your period life? If yes, head on over to The Mercado and shop Lunette Cups now. Still have questions? No worries! I am your go-to-person for any menstrual cup questions you may have. Seriously, any. Just shoot me a message at nicole@therootedhook.com and let me help you get through the learning curve. After all, you deserve this.



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