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Lunapads How-to Guide

Reusable menstrual products are eco-friendly, money-saving, healthy alternatives to disposable pads and tampons. Lunapads will last well over 5 years with recommended use and care! While individual use may vary, we estimate that a single Lunapad replaces 120 disposable pads or tampons.

A Conversation about The DivaCup

There are lots of reasons to switch from tampons to The DivaCup; convenience, comfort, your health, the environment, financial savings & more. This first episode in our new video series shares the personal accounts of a group of DivaCup users, and explores what motivated each woman to try this innovative menstrual solution.

Why Switch to Lunapads?

Roughly 20 billion pads, tampons and applicators are sent to North American landfills annually. Each menstruating person in North America will throw away an estimated 16,800 disposable pads or tampons in their lifetime; products that require hundreds of years to biodegrade. Imagine the difference we could make if we chose to ditch the disposables.

How to Wash Cloth Pads

One of the most common questions we get at Lunapads is "How do I wash and care for my cloth menstrual pads"? Indeed, this unanswered question is often the thing that holds many back to making the switch to cloth. Here's a short video with some of our top tips for washing your cloth pads.

How does The DivaCup compare to Tampons?

Inspired by this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rs57ig9Kcno) from Natracare organic tampons, we also decided to do a water glass test to look at the issue of fiber loss, with some disconcerting results.

Lunapads Welcomes Former o.b. Users!

Why would Johnson & Johnson interrupt or discontinue supplies, unless consumers were experiencing problems -- and what evidence does exist of connections between disposable pads and tampons and health problems for those who use them?

How to Use The DivaCup in a Public Bathroom

Using The DivaCup in a public bathroom is really not all that challenging. Bringing wysi wipes and a peri bottle into the stall with you may be helpful. Watch Suzanne's quick demo of how she navigates changing her DivaCup while on the road.

Interview at Bitch Magazine, Part 1

Andi Zeisler of Bitch Magazine and Madeleine Shaw of Lunapads took a look at a couple of different areas where reproductive health, consumer products and questionable media messages intersect: namely, some current ad campaigns for feminine hygiene products and hormonal birth control.

Pecha Kucha Night Vancouver Volume 26

In a funny and touching presentation, Lunapads / Pads4Girls co-founder Madeleine Shaw discusses her adolescent desire for a rite of passage to celebrate her transition to womanhood, how it led to creating alternatives to disposable pads and tampons, and how those products have become tools to support girls' education in developing nations.


PADS4GIRLS & ONE4HER VIDEOS


Introducing One4Her

What if your period could change someone else's life? One4Her = a healthier choice for you, jobs for women in Uganda, and a brighter future for girls. Choose Lunapads and help us change the story for girls and women in developing nations.

Lunapads & AFRIpads: Changing the Future for Girls

In January 2012, Lunapads Founders' Madeleine Shaw and Suzanne Siemens traveled to Uganda to meet the AFRIpads team and founders in person. What they discovered was a business that employs 50 women who are using their employment income to purchase land, homes and livestock, and invest in their children's education.

Pads4Girls: Help a Girl Stay in School

Pads4Girls seeks to address an often-overlooked problem that girls & women in developing nations face: missing school or work for several days every month because they lack adequate means to manage their periods. Providing girls with sustainable menstrual supplies is a simple yet highly effective way to give them a chance for a better future.

Lunapads & Khayanga Jenipher Wasike of WHISCA

Madeleine interviews longtime Pads4Girls supporter Khayanga Jenipher Wasike and her business partner Lucy Nasimiyu about their childhood experiences growing up in Kenya, and how their own lack of access to feminine hygiene supplies as girls led them to become activists for girls' education and hygiene as adults.