The Lunette Cupwipes are a great, easy option for sanitizing your menstrual cup when water isn't an option. The wipes are individually wrapped and fit conveniently in your purse or pocket. Road trips, public toilets, airplane bathrooms, festival porta-potties or just your office bathroom stall - you’re totally covered.
When unfolded, each wipe is 7" long and 5.5" wide. 10 wipes per package.
made from viscose - a biodegradable material that breaks down quickly. You can compost the used wipe.
Product Origin: Made in Finland
Our mission is to have honest and inspiring conversation about menstruation so that we can motivate period positivity- and change the world one cup at a time.
Lunette is so much more than a cup.
It's a lifestyle
It's a community
It's the future.
The Cup Project – Kenya
The Cup project started in 2015 in Kibera, one of the biggest slums in Nairobi, Kenya. The Cup educates girls, helps them with their changing bodies and provides them with a menstrual cup. The project consists of four one hour sessions where girls get sexual and health education, and they can ask whatever questions they have in mind. The biggest problem for school girls in Kenya is the lack of proper sanitary protection. Most girls miss one week per every month because of their periods, and eventually they will drop out from school earlier than boys. Together with The Cup Foundation, Lunette wants to change this! We want to keep girls in school and teach them how to understand and respect their own bodies better.
Since the project, the lives of thousands of girls have been changed. After the program, the girls who participated in this project no longer miss school due to their periods. They also now have access to reliable information about issues related to sexual health and menstruation. Since working with The Cup, we have continued to see success and have cooperated further.
Yennenga progress –Burkina Faso
Lunette started cooperating with the Swedish Yennenga Progress in 2014. Yennenga Progress launched a project to educate the school girls in Burkina Faso, and Lunette provided menstrual cups for everyone. Yennenga staff members educated the girls about cup use and cleaning, and made sure that their schools could offer them a hygienic place to empty and sanitize the cup. Due to the success Lunette and Yennenga Progress had, they have continued their cooperation ever since.