The production of Me Luna® menstrual cups take place in our house and are subject to our exacting quality assurance requirements.
We are producing here in Germany.
All processes take place under own management and under one roof. After packaging, we ship the Me Luna® cups directly to our partners and our customers worldwide.
Our desire is and has always been to make sure that more people learn that our menstrual cups are a viable alternative to disposable products. We therefore support many workshops and projects about alternative monthly hygiene. We work with numerous educational institutions and also provide educational material for health and sex education courses.
Me Luna® supports numerous social projects for women all over the world.
Me Luna® offers sustainable monthly protection for a greener future. We generate most of our own electricity. Our production process is resource-effective and energy-saving – and thus as environmentally-friendly as possible.
We continue to improve our menstrual cups and currently sell 8 sizes, 3 firmness levels, and different colours and handle styles, i.e. a total of 260 different versions, to our customers. Our customers' needs have always been at the heart of all of our decisions, and that is why we have developed such an enormous variety of Me Luna® models in recent years.
Companies that manufacture and sell menstrual cups must inevitably deal with some important issues. Income disparity is unfortunately one of those hot topics, with women still earning significantly less than men. Studies have shown that women often only receive half of the hourly rate of their male counterparts in salary negotiations, and many women around the world are completely financially dependent on their parents or husbands. We believe that such a great product as our menstrual cup should not just be used by a few women with high incomes. That is why we have made it our goal from the very beginning to keep our prices as low as possible. Menstrual cups mean freedom and independence on critical days – and we think it is good if many women around the world can also afford them!
Another aspect is that we would like to conduct our business from a socially sustainable perspective. We reject every form of economic exploitation.
Menstrual cups are considered to be hygiene products in the EU and in many countries are even considered to be medical devices. A menstrual cup is worn over several hours in the body with direct contact to the mucous membranes. Of course we absolutely cannot take any risks when it comes to which materials we use.