Me Luna® Soft – For sensitive users!

$25.00

Me Luna® is the first menstrual cup made in Germany, a cost-saving and eco-friendly alternative to menstrual pads or sanitary towels. Menstrual cups are small, cup like sanitary products.  Me Luna® is made from TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer). If you prefer a medical grade silicone cup in exactly the same design please see our Silja Cup.

For whom is the Me Luna® Soft suitable?
Me Luna® Soft was developed for people who are particularly sensitive, and for peoplewhose pelvic floor muscles are less developed:
– Cup Users who find using tampons uncomfortable, causing pressure or pain
– Cup Users who are particularly sensitive to pressure and pain

 

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Me Luna® size S (SMALL) is one of the smallest menstrual cups worldwide. Slim, petite physique, no vaginal births, light menstrual flow, very good pelvic floor muscles – under these conditions could be suitable the Me Luna® size S. Very slender built women who have never had sexual intercourse, and women who had a uterine prolapse could use the Me Luna® size S. We stock the ring style in this size as it is easier to manage for younger cup users getting used to using a cup.

Dimensions: greatest diameter 38mm, length 45mm without grip.
Volume: 23ml to the brim, 15ml to the holes.

Me Luna® Soft

This material feels very soft and can be compressed quite easily. However, this means that the material does not have as much tension as the Me Luna® Classic, and therefore sometimes does not “pop open” inside the vagina as easily. Using a Me Luna® Soft usually requires more practice than using the Me Luna® Classic.
If the pressure of the vaginal muscles around Me Luna® Soft is too strong, there is a risk that the cup will not properly unfold inside the vagina. Me Luna® Soft is recommended for women whose pelvic floor muscles may not be quite as strong. Women with normal pelvic musculature should choose Me Luna® Classic.

For whom is the Me Luna® Soft suitable?
Me Luna® Soft was developed for women who are particularly sensitive, and for women whose pelvic floor muscles are less developed:
– Women who find using tampons uncomfortable, causing pressure or pain
– Women who are particularly sensitive to pressure and pain