The year of #PeriodPower is here! Recently we talked about what Period Power means and why this topic is SO important...now more than ever! So, great. Let’s spread the word and get everyone talking positively about periods… :D via GIPHY ...erm, is it me or did things just get SUPER awkward? Yup we feels you. Periods are commonplace, normal and healthy but gosh darn they can still feel super weird to talk about. If you’ve been following us for a while or are a seasoned menstrual cup user then you’re probably more familiar with the topic than most (go team!)...

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Period Power: How to talk about periods and break the taboo
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Raise your hand if you’re ready to talk about periods...like REALLY talk about them. You there feeling shy in the back row, we’re especially talking to YOU. At the end of last year we reflected on how periods finally got woke. Now it’s time to see how powerful they can be. You might have noticed, depending on your social media bubble, that all things period talk, menstrual cup movements and all around #PeriodPositive momentums are on the rise. From the fight against the absurd #TamponTax, bringing light to #PeriodPoverty in ALL parts of the world (including where you are) and...

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It’s time to talk Period Power.
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Okay okay, summer is one of our favorite seasons at the Lunette HQ. We get to forget about the winter scarves and coats, and bring out the trendy swimsuits and sandals – oh and eat açaí bowls all day everyday. Those endless summer nights, tan lines, hikes, and the beach – it’s truly paradise for three straight months. Whether you live 5 minutes from the beach or have to take a plane to get some sand between your toes, you’re bound to get your period on one of those beach trips! Don’t let your period stop you from getting in...

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Heading to the beach? Don’t forget your Lunette cup!
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Tired of seeing those period commercials that show us how absorbent their tampons or pads are from a blue liquid representing our period blood? (they’re SO OFF if they think our vaginas are producing that color). Okay okay, in all seriousness, I don’t think I’ve ever been able to relate to a single one of those period commercials, have you? If I’m wearing a pad and doing yoga at the same time, there’s absolutely no way I’m going to feel fresh and comfortable, and I’m definitely not all smiles during my period week! If tampon and pad commercials were honest,...

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Period ads are out, REAL MENSTRUATING HUMANS are in
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Today we’re releasing our new video, a story we’re excited to share and the kind we would like to see more of, both on camera and in the real world. We’re really passionate about the products we make (like truly, madly, deeply kind of passionate) but products only get us so far. It’s the bigger picture stuff, the ideas behind the products, the stories we tell ourselves in our day to day that really makes the difference. Products don’t empower you. We believe you already have the power right there within but that access to informed choices, sharing big ideas...

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New Video: The Power Within
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When it comes to business, sustainability and responsibility are uber important. Would you choose to support or run a company that dumps ridiculous amounts of waste into landfills, or creates harsh work environments for employees? Hell to the no. And we wouldn’t either!

How does sustainability and responsibility in business affect the world?

  • Counteracts environmental issues: we only have ONE...
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Sustainable Strength in Business
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It feels great to give back, right? As a savvy woman, with the world at her fingertips, it’s important to stay up to speed on what’s happening to girls across the globe who may not have it so easy. We’ve got to ban together for change!

Since the beginning of Lunette, our founder Heli has made charity work a big focus of our mission. Some of our first projects were with World Vision (2010) and Kate...

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Providing Aide to Menstruating Girls In Need
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Can you imagine being discriminated against, even experiencing violence, simply because you're on your period? Sadly, this is still happening in many different parts of the world: women and girls faced with adversity related to their menstrual hygiene.

Picture yourself having to deal with this:

- Missing school or work each month because you're on your period. Even being forced to sit still at...

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A Period Product that Makes Education Possible
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Public restrooms – some are nice and clean, others…not so much. But in the unavoidable situation, when you gotta go, you gotta go! If being on your period didn’t already change your V plans for the week, dumping your menstrual fluid in a public restroom sounds just as terrifying as cleaning it. (Come on, we know you’re thinking it). What do you do when you absolutely haveto empty your cup but...

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How to clean your Lunette cup in a public restroom – like a boss
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Team Lunette has just released the music video for the song “Oh No I’m getting My Period,” aiming to destigmatize menstruation and put periods in a positive light!

The video, which features Lunette menstrual cups throughout, stars popular New York City rapper Princess Superstar, who openly weaves the traditionally taboo subject matter into the song’s progressive lyrics.

“We are thrilled to be...

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Menstrual Cup Rap Video: Lunette Cup (Oh No I'm getting My Period)
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Lauren Singer has been living without trash for over three years. At the same time she also decided to make her own cosmetics. Sounds difficult? Well it's not! Let Lauren explain better.

Living without making trash probably means I don’t have access to beauty products, right?

Wrong.

Since adopting a Zero Waste lifestyle three years ago, I have transitioned away from all store bought products,...

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Zero Waste Beauty Routine
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From actor Jamie Foxx to model Joy Corrigan, celebrities at the Emmy's were thrilled to hang out with us at Kari Feinstein's Style Lounge for the Emmy's this past week.

One of our main goals for sponsoring this event was to bring period talk to the mainstream. And talk about periods we did! We chatted with celebs like Shanola Hampton, Betty Who, Justin Baldwin, Trinitee Stokes, and Adina Porter...

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Red Carpet, Meet Lunette
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