Simple to use, both The Moon Cup and The Keeper are innovative feminine hygiene products that are worn internally, freeing women from dependency on cumbersome, uncomfortable, expensive, paper-based products. Economical, efficient, comfortable, and environment-friendly, reusable menstrual cups are attractive alternatives to other feminine hygiene products. Made by a woman for women, The Keeper (natural gum rubber — i.e., latex) and The Moon Cup (medical grade silicone — i.e., non-latex) are both FDA-approved and the only menstrual cups made in America.
Because we are an environment-friendly company, we have chosen to package our menstrual cups in a very simple, cost-conscious way that will produce the least possible waste. Therefore, in your mailing envelope, you will find just your menstrual cup, along with a cloth bag that is made in America by retired seamstresses. Our instructions are printed on one sheet of recycled paper. We hope you appreciate our commitment to the environment.
Over the past 70 years, a woman’s choice for internal menstrual care has pretty much been limited to tampons. Wouldn’t you like something better, something … nicer?
Now there is an alternative that is healthier for our bodies, our environment and our pocketbook — the Lunette menstrual cup.
Made in Finland, the Lunette menstrual cup is an easy-to-use, safe, and clean alternative to pads and tampons. Using a Lunette is similar to using a tampon but requires less changing. Made of medical-grade silicone, a non-friendly environment for bacteria, menstrual cups are simply washed and reused. Not to mention, menstrual cups create zero waste. That’s nice!
Miacup is a modern, liberating way to deal with menstrual hygiene and one that solves many of the problems associated with traditional, antiquated methods.
Produced entirely in South Africa using imported medical-grade, latex-free silicone rubber, Miacup is a great new alternative to menstrual pads and tampons.
What is Softcup?
Softcup is a flexible cup that is worn internally, around your cervix. It collects, rather than absorbs menstrual flow. It’s hypo-allergenic, latex-free and completely safe when used as directed.
The fact is, menstrual cups have been around for 80 years, but the truth about them has been lost in the frenzy of disposable tampons and pads. Like anything new, The DivaCup may take some getting used to as the experience of wearing The DivaCup is totally different than the sensation of tampons. Even women who are used to wearing pads as their preferred method of period care (because they cannot wear tampons or are not comfortable with internal feminine hygiene products) are finding great success with The DivaCup!
if anyone would like to submit the story of their first period, I’m going to make a new tag for it!
Also still accepting birth story submits!