Lena Sensitive 2-Pack
- Small & Large Lena Cups
- Meets all Period Needs
- Ideal for Sensitive Anatomies
Each Lena 2-Pack comes with one Lena Small and one Lena Large cups so you can take the guesswork out of cup sizing.
Lena Small is ideal to learn on and for your lighter flow days. Lena Large has a higher collection capacity and offers added protection during your heavy flow days.
Each Lena Cup comes with its own cotton storage bag.
Most people can wear either size Lena Cup but choose one over the other primarily based on flow amount, cervix height and general physique. Unlike other brands, at Lena we do not believe that age and birthing history play a significant role in choosing a menstrual cup. Mothers with multiple births are happily using LENA Small while teenagers, with a heavy flow, choose LENA Large.
Lena Small is ideal for users with a Normal flow and Lena Large is suited for people with a Heavy flow. You can visit our Sizing Guide page for further guidelines.
COMPLETE PERIOD COVERAGE
The Lena Mixed 2-Pack comes with one Lena Small Cup and one Lena Large Cup and two 100% cotton storage bags. Lena Small is an ideal beginner cup and for your lighter flow days. Lena Large is perfect for overnight use and for your heavier flow days
TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF CUP SIZING
You can switch back and forth between your Small and Large Lena Cups to meet the needs of your period experience
Made of slightly softer silicone than our classic Lena Cups, Lena Sensitive is still perfectly suited for all physical activities and offers a comfortable and leak-free period. Lena Small Sensitive is ideal for users of all ages and body types
Lena Sensitive 2-Pack
I’ve tried a few, but Lena is by far the best for me. TMI moment: I have a long cervix and the Lena cup has a “dongle” that is long enough for me to reach easily!!:).
I purchased the Lena 6 years ago, in the standard firmness. I Found this to be a bit uncomfortable on my bladder so reached out to the Lena team who were very helpful and sent me the Lena sensitive to try. It wound up being perfect for me until I became more active again, at which point I decided to see if the firm one could be tolerated and it actually worked great this time!
I switched back and forth between the 2 of them for a few years, realizing the firm was better when I was commuting by bike/more active, and the sensitive was better when I was less active.
I made the switch to the sensitive cups after giving birth. The regular cup was feeling uncomfortable. So far, so good! No leakage, which was a fear because the cup is a little softer. And I haven't been able to feel it and I'm much more comfortable now.
I tell everyone how much I love my cup and encourage them to switch. I’ve experienced way less cramping (used to be bedbound with discomfort), lighter flow (used to change super plus tampons every 3 hours), plus it’s cost effective. It’s been amazing. Lots of videos online to combat the learning curve. I’ll never go back to pads or tampons.