Me Luna Menstrual Cup -Classic Ring SMALL
Me Luna Classic - it is soft and has good elasticity. It is suitable for most women, and is easy to use. Made in Germany from TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer)
All Me Luna cups come with full instructions of how to insert and how to clean. They also come with a storage pouch.
The Me Luna Small is one of the smallest menstrual cups worldwide. If you are slim, petite build, under 170cm (5'5) , had no vaginal births, then the Small could be the right cup for you. If you are heavier, have had vaginal births, you may still suit the Me Luna Small, if your pelvic floor muscles are strong (like if you do Pilates or are very fit generally). Please contact me if you need help choosing the right size for you, as we have the magic Me Luna Size Finder chart! email@example.com
Kerry is 5'5, slim build, small frame, had no vaginal births and has a very heavy flow. She uses the Me Luna Classic Small.
Joanna is 5'3 medium build and had no vaginal births. She uses the Me Luna Classic Small. If she was heavier, she might need the Medium.
Kate is 5'4, slim build, and has had two vaginal births. She does regular Pilates, so her pelvic floor muscles are strong. She uses the Small Classic cup. If she hadn't done the Pilates, she would need the Medium.
The Ring cup is possibly the best one for the total beginner, as the ring is easy to get hold of to remove! It is a tiny bit longer than the Ball stem.
Weight : 0.03kg
First cup I've tried, but honestly don't feel the need to try others. Takes some getting used to, but so worth it. Cuts the cost, waste and chemicals of one-use tampons so it's really a great investment!
N Court | Scotland, UK | January 2018
Literally a game changer, I cannot recommend enough!
I way prefer this to the other brand of cup I tried. The ring makes it so easy. Once I got the hang of inserting this cup it's now so easy, no stress involved, and I can completely forget I am on my period as it is so comfortable and stays put. Just empty twice a day. Top tip: pop this in the day before you expect your period and it'll start without you even having to notice or worry :)
Alice | London | June 2017