Gladrags The Moon Menstrual Cup - Size A -- 1 Cup
Worth the money
The description of size A does say after "normal" childbirth, but I want to point out that if you've had a c-section you might want to choose size B. Just for clarification:) I have had 3 c-sections and am in my 30s, so while it might be a tad too large, its not very noticable at all. I also ended up trimming away all but a small nub of the "handle" because it was poking me uncomfortably :-P. I had no problems removing/inserting after trimming it.
That being said, this has freed up my wardrobe considerably, only having to wear a liner at night to prevent leaks. I love the idea of not having to buy pads, and keeping waste at a minimum. I love it!
February 5, 2013
I was unsure if I would like this product, but it had great reviews and I love it so far. It took a few tries to figure out the perfect way to use it..but I really like it. I do not find it difficult to place or remove and find that it will save me $ in the long run! Great price for it on vitacost too!
August 17, 2012
This product has made life so much easier. No more worrying about not having supplies and making a mad dash to the store. This product is extremely easy to use once you get past the learning curve. This is nothing like pads or tampons...no messes or smell...no dryness or irritation...no continued cost or landfill waste. I will never go back to pads or tampons again. I would definitely recommend!
April 14, 2010
Moon cup, where have you been all my life!
I absolutely love this product! I hardly know it's there! The best way to rate this product is to tell you what I don't miss. I don't miss packing extra supplies, all the trash, running to the store, leaks, cotton that dries up every bit of moisture you have, pads which make you feel like your sitting in a wet diaper, being self conscious of the odor, and all the evidence you are on your cycle! Follow the directions, and it is so easy to use! Size A is for Women who have have had children, size B is for women who have not. Make sure you get the right size or it might leak.
February 18, 2010
I used this, or the same thing, in the 60's. I used a diaphragm as my cup. Only problem is public restrooms where the sink is outside of the stall.
The BEST part is, your partner doesn't even have to know that you have your period!!!!
January 9, 2010