Loulou Cup Review
The Loulou Cup is one of many menstrual cups Made in France. It comes in two colors and in two firmnesses, soft and classic. The Loulou Cup soft turquoise below has a soft and flexible stem, smooth body with a flared rim and can be a great single cup or addition to your cup collection.
Take a look at my Loulou cup review below and read my opinion on this brand!
Selena Cup Review
I recently had the opportunity to test out the Selena Cup and I want to share my review with you. The Selena Cup is made is designed and made in Austria with medical grade silicone that comes from Munich!
I tested out the Selena Cup during my cycle and have my experience and overall opinion below. Find out if I liked this cup and see the Selena Cup compared to several well-known brands in images below.
Menstrual Cups Made in the USA
Looking for a reusable menstrual cup made in the USA? Maybe you like supporting USA based companies or like knowing that your menstrual cup is up to US standards and regulations. Luckily, there are many great brands made in the USA!
Here are menstrual cups made in the USA:
Looking for a reusable menstrual cup Made in France? Perhaps you like all things French or your vagina feels a bit fancier with a French Menstrual Cup. Mine certainly does! Luckily, there are many great reusable menstrual cup brands that are Made in France and available to ship to many countries around the world!
Here’s a list of menstrual cups made in France:
Can I Wear My Menstrual Cup Swimming?
The first time I tried to use a tampon was to go swimming. I remember my Mom trying to coach me through my bedroom door as I desperately attempted to insert a dry, stiff tampon for the first time. I never got it in and I watched my friends swim without me.
If only I had a reusable menstrual cup instead! Why? Menstrual cups are great for swimming because they are soft and squishy, don’t absorb water like a tampon, there is no dangling string waiting to sneak out of your swimsuit and they can be worn comfortably for long periods of time. Many menstrual cups can be worn up to 12 hours!
Menstrual Cup How To – Tips for Beginners + What to Consider When Getting Your First Cup.
I remember the first time I tried a reusable menstrual cup. I had so many worries! Would it get lost? What if it got stuck? I pictured myself at the ER having a brand new intern fish it out with tools generally used for pap smears. Or kitchen tongs.
The first time I wore a reusable menstrual cup was to go swimming! I admit I should have tried it a few times at home but the cups arrived in the mail and I needed to get in the water. I repeatedly checked behind me for a trail of blood. Luckily, I left the water blood-free and went on to start this website!
Here are some must-read menstrual cup tips for beginners:
What’s Shark Week? Shark Week is often used to refer to the time one has their period!
However, Shark Week also helps bring attention to the massive amount of plastic clogging our oceans and polluting the habitat of ocean creatures like Sharks.
Take a look at why Shark Week related to menstruation here.
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Shark Week, Period.
When you hear shark week, you may think of a TV show with ocean footage and educational segments about sharks. However, shark week is often used to refer to one’s menstrual time.
Why Shark Week? Sharks are well known for their interest in blood, however, shark week goes beyond blood. Sharks have a nervous system that closely resembles menstrual anatomy.
Take a look below:
Does Your Feminine Wash Have Cancer-Causing Chemicals? Natural Feminine Products are out there!
If you stroll down the “feminine” aisle at any supermarket or big box store you will quickly notice a huge assortment of products designed to leave your vulva smelling like a Christmas tree air freshener you’d see hanging from the rearview mirror of an antique car.
Probably not to your surprise, many of these products contain chemicals that are known carcinogens and/or have chemicals that break down into toxic shit. (1) Definitely not ingredients you want to be absorbed through the delicate skin of your vulva and vagina.
Despite the demand for full disclosure of the ingredients in these “feminine” products, big companies continue to put out garbage. Looking for natural feminine products? Check out my review of Elevated Woo Woo wash, Elevated Muffin Mist and Elevated Punani Paste.
Pad below is a custom I purchased from Silly Pando Co.
Scrundies VS Bunzies
If you’re on social media and in any pad or cloth diaper chat groups, you’ve probably heard of the terms scrundies and bunzies. You may even be looking for a shop or, if you’re talented, hoping to make your own!
Here’s are all the details on Scrundies vs Bunzies