Ready for a period revolution? Meet the menstrual cup by Loulou menstrual cup. It's guaranteed to make your period easier and leak-free! Our organic Loulou menstrual cups are made from medical silicone. They're soft, comfortable, and easy to hold. They have no surface etching that can irritate your most sensitive areas. Plus, they're flexible and easy to insert.
For ados, sportswomen or active women, Loulou menstrual cup is really very practical. Ideal for swimming in complete safety, the menstrual cup hold it back menstrual flow optimally. Suitable for heavy flowsstyles, cup of rules Loulou are made in France.
Ecological and organic, our periodic cuts are all good! They are ecological because they prevent us from producing waste substantial. By using the menstrual cup, we avoid buffers and disposable sanitary napkins, polluting protection. We are part of an approach that is more respectful of the environment, zero waste.
Our menstrual cups are also clean, their composition is very healthy. No phthalates or bisphenol A, no latex or perfume. Our cuts are free of toxic products. completely vegan and cruelty-free, our Loulou cups will also suit all vegan women who are sensitive to animal causes and animal protection.
Menstrual cup pink or cup blue menstrual ? Available in two models, two colors: Pink and classic or turquoise and flexible, our menstrual cups Loulou are always offered in two sizes, small and medium. So young girls again virgin, young mom or woman with a certain sensitivity (bladder or vagina) can find their happiness at Loulou. Our cups have a unique shape. This is also patented and registered.
The menstrual cup is a internal hygienic protection which sometimes raises questions about its use. Yet many of you have already taken the plunge. Very practical, hygienic and economical, the cup has great advantages.
At Louloucup, the prices are always fair and affordable. Packs are available (with sterilizers, pouches, etc.), think about it! Because a cup is totally complementary to a pair of period panties.
Our menstrual cups do not prevent peeing. They can also be worn at any age as long as you are comfortable enough with your body and follow the recommendations for use.
How do you use a menstrual cup properly?
Sterilizing your menstrual cup
wash your hands well, sterilize his assp (cleaner or in a pan byboiling water 5 minutes), relax, follow the advice to insert it correctly.
A well-placed menstrual cup for maximum comfort
A well-placed cup is a cup that you don't feel. If it pinches, hurts, or leaks, the menstrual cup is in the wrong place in your vagina.
Do not neglect good hygiene when wearing your menstrual cup
In order to have the most positive experience, we advise you to remove, empty and clean your menstrual cup atbottle clear, quite regularly.
Every 4 to 6 hours is ideal.
don't sleep with it your menstrual cup
In order to avoid any risk of syndrome toxic shock syndrome, we advise you to avoid sleep with your menstrual cup. Good hygiene is necessary when wearing a menstrual cup.
We advise you not to pass more than 8 hours in a row with a cup without rinsing and emptying it. This is why the menstrual cup does not seem to us to be the most suitable protection for spending the night.
For reliable and comfortable protection, you can easily turn to the purchase of a menstrual panties heavy flow or medium flow (to be chosen according to your natural flow). This will protect you perfectly throughout the night, without the risk of leaks or stains.
You can also form a tailor-made package. This is one comprising a Cup Loulou of your choice and teen period panties in order to carry out the menstrual routine that best suits your profile and your cycle.
Louloucup offers a large selection of washable period panties and reusable.
Who is the menstrual cup suitable for?
- To all young girls or adult women with a heavy or very heavy flow or periods who see their should offer superior hygienic protection quickly saturated classics.
- For all those who want “clean” protection. With the menstrual cup plus blood everywhere. The flow is retained inside the vagina.
- To all those wishing to use a lasting periodic protection, eco-friendly and reusable for a long time. A cup will keep for many years.
- To all those who love swimming and who are looking for a 100% reliable protection and who no longer wish to use harmful, irritating and allergenic tampons.
A doubt about howuse cup period Loulou? A doubt about the sizes ? What is thesuction cup effect ? Can the cup be used with a intrauterine device ?
Consult our user manual, this manual is clear and precise.
Also find our FAQ but also our special cup guide for periods to know everything about the menstrual cup.
Menstrual Cup FAQs
No need to remove the menstrual cup when going to the toilet. The menstrual cup in no way interferes withurination . The menstrual cup sits in the vagina, away from the urethra, where urine comes out. You can use the bathroom normally. Some girls choose to clean and empty the cup after using the bathroom, but it's not a must!
Wearing a cupcould make you experience going to the bathroom different. If you're having trouble, the cup you're using may be a little too stiff and pressing against the wall between the vagina and the bladder. Switch to a softer cup. Louloucup also offers two models of menstrual cups to manage periods, soft turquoise and rigid pink. The Turquoise Loulou cup is suitable for women with a sensitive bladder or who suffer more easily from cramps.
The menstrual cup is an internal hygienic protection that holds period blood. If the blood is held too long, bacteria can grow, increasing the risk of toxic shock syndrome. It's recommended to empty the cup and clean it every 6 hours maximum.
When used correctly, period cups are not harmful to your health.
For a comfortable, leak-free night, we recommend Louloucup menstrual panties. Our reliable and absorbent panties are the best alternative to the cup at night. Check out our high-waisted Clara style for supreme leak protection. There's no risk of staining your sheets!
The menstrual cup should be emptied regularly, at least every 6 hours on days when your flow is more intense; empty it more often (every 4 hours). The cup must be well placed. You do not feel it.
Don't forget to wash your hands well before removing your cup. When emptying it, clean your menstrual cup well with clear water, remove stains and residues, and clear the small holes in the wall of your cup. These can be clogged if your period is heavy.
The menstrual cup holds your period blood. You can use it throughout your cycle. It's recommended to use when your not on you're period . It is not recommended to use a period cup during sex or to hold vaginal secretions (white discharge ).
For the best results, check out our Louloucup menstrual cup user manual . We tell you everything you need to know about using your period cup.
The only way to know if the cup is full is to check. Please don't wait until your cup is full to empty it. It is best to follow the recommendations and empty it regularly to avoid leaks and discomfort. If you have a heavy flow, you may have to empty the cup more often.
Once placed in your vagina, you should not feel discomfort, pain, or tension. You shouldn't feel pain in the lower abdomen. If it's painful, it could be the wrong size for your body or not positioned correctly. The cup may also not be flexible enough for you. Remove your period cup if it hurts.
The stem of your cup can come out, but it is not required. If the cup is well placed and the rod comes out, your cup is placed at the bottom of your vagina. If you don't mind, you can leave it that way. If it bothers you, you can cut the stem. Always remove your cup to cut the stem!
It's a story of feeling, sensation and comfort.
Try to relax! Stress contracts the muscles, so it will be morechallengingt to insert a menstrual cup if your vaginal muscles are contracted. Wash your hands and find yourself a quiet spot in the bathroom. Take a deep breath and try several positions: squatting, in the shower, or with one leg resting on the edge of the bathtub or toilet. It is also important to fold the cup to insert it more easily. Hesitation is normal! Test several folds to find the one that works best for you: the C-fold, the 7-fold, or the tulip fold.
Finally, remember, a cup should never hurt. Find all our precise advice for the good use of your cup, here.
Inserting a cup is simple, but it takes a little practice. Check out our advice on the best way to insert and remove a menstrual cup with our Louloucup menstrual cup user manual or in our Complete guide to the menstrual cup. Here are a few tips:
- Wash your hands.
- Sterilize the cup if it's the first time you've used it or you're at the start of your cycle.
- Fold your cup.
- Gently insert your cup into your vagina.
- Release your cup and let it unfold against the walls of your vagina. The cup is then located at the entrance or a little deeper into your vagina, under the cervix. It is the same in the case of a retroverted uterus. The cup is well-positioned to collect your blood.
- Check with your fingertips that your cup is well placed. You should feel no discomfort or pain.
Up to 25% of women have a retroverted uterus. Unlike ananteverted uterus which is forward towards the bladder, a retroverted uterus is backward towards the rectum. You can still use a menstrual cup to catch your menstrual flow. Remember that the cup is placed in the vagina under the cervix. Whatever the position of your uterus, the cup will be able to collect blood without any problems.