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Is Your Menstrual Cup Too Long? Menstrual cups that are too long can be very uncomfortable. Even cup users who have never had a problem with cup length can experience a lowered cervix for example after pregnancy and child birth. How would you know that your cup is too long? Generally when cup users can feel the handle of the cup or the bottom of the cup at their vaginal entrance, they assume the cup is too long. A lot of times this is cor… Read more

Posted by Karin on Mar 18th 2021

A Little Background on MeLuna Menstrual Cups Me Luna ® has been producing the Me Luna ® menstrual cups (after careful consideration) from the medically certified TPE from the German manufacturer Kraiburg since 2009. At that time, we decided on TPE, because the labor-intensive silicon processing actually has and for the most part still does take place in China. Due to the lack of regulation on environmental standards that was out of the question… Read more
If the MeLuna will be your first Menstrual Cup YAY! We are here to help if you have any questions.If you arrived here because your previous cup from another brand did not work out, here's a little help in figuring out with which MeLuna to go. Most 2 size brands like the Diva, Lunette, Lena and Saalt cup all have similar diameters. Below is how they fall into the MeLuna size range. For example if the bigger Saalt Cup is a little too wide for… Read more
Menstrual cups are made from three different substances worldwide. Silicones, TPE and Natural Rubber (made of natural gum, latex).Most are made from silicones. That's simply because the vast majority are manufactured in Asia. Second in prevalence is TPE and lastly natural rubber. Silicone and TPE both fall under the plastics group. Building blocks made of both materials can be found in both groups of substances.Both are artificial products t… Read more