Menstrual Cups


Luneale [Translated into English]

(The website isn’t able to be fully translated to English)

Country of origin: France
Composition: Medical Grade Silicone
Sizes: Namaka” (small) , “Haumea” (medium),  “Hi‘iaka” (Large)
Dimensions:  Small = 40mm diameter 50mm length.  Medium =43mm diameter, 52mm length. Large = 46mm diameter 51.5mm length
Capacity: Small = 20ml,  Medium = 25ml, Large = 30mls
Stem: None
Measuring Lines: None
Cost (RRP): $ unknown [Currency Converter]
Been around since: 2015
Unique design?: Yes
Other Details: The base of this cup has no stem and instead has a unique flattened section on each side to grip the base of the cup with. 



January 13, 2016 - Posted by | The Cups | ,


  1. Wow! What an interesting design! Doesn’t seem as practical as the stemmed/looped styles, but curious, none-the-less. And, in true French style, tres attractive!

    And, i LOVE the translation of that site “The rules, menses, the ragnagnas, moons, things, times, poppies, the stuff, the English, the ketchup week bears, glouches, the red zone, roses, girl stuff, the Red Alert, business …” Do the French call their periods “the English”?!? Gives a whole new meaning to “the Red Coats are coming”.

    Also, enjoyed the link to the old Disney film ( and the straight talk about the contents of many “disposables”. So glad i kicked those to the curb well over a decade ago!

    Wondering if the rim is really a 90-degree angle on the top? That seems like it would be uncomfortable.

    Comment by maria :) | January 13, 2016

  2. Hey,
    We really say “Les anglais débarquent” which means the English are coming.
    In my opinion this is the most comfortable cup I’ve ever tested.
    I’m used to the Lunacup, the Meluna, the Mooncup and the Liberty cup or Natu.
    They prentend to be iud-friendly too ! 😉
    I hope the website would be translated as it’s great support for young girls discovering the menstrual cup.
    A french girl ! ^^

    Comment by Annie | September 11, 2016

  3. Hi, the Luneale is very comfortable indeed, given the absence of a stem and the softness of the body. It’s really a shame it’s not exported outside of France… Yes, I wore the large one with an IUD with no problem at all 🙂

    Comment by lunastar | March 6, 2017

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