- Small & Large Lena Cups
- Meets all period needs
- Comes with 2 cotton bags
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
THE FUTURE OF MENSTRUAL CARE
Experience a cleaner, healthier and more convenient period with your Lena Cup. Reduce the environmental impact of your period by switching to a reusable period product - with proper use and care the same Lena Cup can be reused for years
Im just sorry it took most of my adult life to find this product. Finally, my period didnt keep me from living life! Swimming etc. worth every penny. Wasnt hard to figure it out.
Out of the 3 brands I've tried so far (Diva Cup, Lena & Organicup) Lena always shifts around in me & leaks. I like the combo pack as the smaller size is great for my light days/towards end of my period. In my case you really have to "test the plug" but even then, it's always a coin toss as to whether it stays put. I prefer the Organicup over these bc it's reliable and doesn't leak.
I had a diva cup for many years and I didn’t realize how annoyed I was by the hollow tube that would fill with blood over time. Lena cup fits me so much better with way less leaks. I’m happy I made the switch.
I’ve been using a Lena cup for about a year now and it is the best thing ever! It’s so much easier and cheaper than pads or tampons. Plus you get to confuse a lot of your guy friends if you ever tell them about your cup 😅
I got a menstrual cup because I felt guilty every time I threw away a pad or a tampon and I was tired of worrying about what time it was and when I was due to change tampons. Almost a year ago, I ordered this because I wasn't for sure which size I was (I've actually ended up using both pretty regularly). I did have to cut the stem on the small cup, it's worth noting, but the smaller cup does come with a longer stem. And you may not have to, if your body is okay with that length of stem. While the first few months were full of learning curves and getting my body used to the cup, I quickly learned that menstrual cups are AWESOME. They're so much more comfortable than tampons (it's gotten to the point where I find tampons uncomfortable now), and they're super low maintenance since you only have to change them twice a day. Moreover, you can sneeze, cough, hiccup, or do anything along those orders that would dislodge a tampon and still be okay! The only major con that I find with menstrual cups would be the fact that they are much harder to use when one has long nails. I am not a person who can keep my nails long, and I got my nails done for prom. What I had forgotten, though, was that I was due to get my period. I could not change my cup with such long nails, so I had to wear tampons for the first time in 10 months. To those who are new to menstrual cups, you will get used to them, you just need to trust the process. It will feel odd at times, but once you get over the initial learning curve, you'll be hooked. One final note is that if you don't feel comfortable using toilet paper to clean out your menstrual cup, there is a menstrual cup cleaner and sterilizer out there called Emanui. I'm still on the fence about ordering one myself, but if you're curious, I just thought that I'd point it out.