NO MORE CHEMICALS, BLEACHES, AND TOXINS
Thanks Lunapads! I was traveling for 18 hours and, of course, started my period mid flight. I popped in my fabulous DivaCup and didn't have to worry about a thing until I reached my destination. If you are already a user, you know how comfy the panties are, how soft the pads are, and how easy the DivaCup makes every cycle. What I am most grateful for is that my extremely painful periods are much more comfortable. Chemicals, bleaches, toxins - no more.
ALL GENDERS, ALL BODIES
I have been shopping around looking for the best 'deal' on cloth pads and when I came upon your trans-inclusion statement I stopped looking. I am so thrilled to be able to give my money to a company that is radically inclusive. THANK YOU for including us.
I STAND BY THIS COMPANY
I have been using the DivaCup and Lunapads Pantyliners for about 8 years now and I cannot tell you how important these products are to me. They have saved me tons of money, I have made an impact on the earth by using these products, they are healthy for my body, and I recommend them to everyone. They stand the test of time too and are made with lots of care. I stand by this company 1000%.
LOVE IN EVERY ORDER
I opened the package and I have to ask... do you put love in every order? I know it said only wash one and see, but I washed them all right away because I just knew Lunapads were for me. The verdict - wonderful product, I am telling all my friends!
GLOBAL & COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Lunapads has been donating our products to individuals, groups and events around the world since 1994.
Our Pads4Girls project seeks to address the issue of girls in developing nations missing school due to a lack of adequate menstrual supplies.
FEATURED MEDIA ARTICLES
I'm Using Lunapanties And A Menstrual Cup For A Hassle-Free Flow xoVain
Tampons: Do You Even Need Them? Refinery29
A Planet Friendly Period Mothering Magazine
Eco and Body Friendly Menstrual Products Offbeat Mama
Your Greenest Time of the Month Chatelaine
How to Have Happier Periods BUST Magazine
That Time of the Decade Vancouver Sun