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Diva Cup Fans :)

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Diva Cup Fans :)

here is a group for ladies who don't use disposable feminine hygiene products, or guys who support this idea! :D

Members: 16
Latest Activity: Jul 2, 2013

welcome!

i was surprised that there didn't seem to be any groups for this! whether you be a diva cup, keeper or mooncup fan, or a lunapad or any other variety, here is the place for you!

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disposable society

Started by Sarah Sep 16, 2010. 0 Replies

i can't be the only one who hates that most people just want things they can "throw away!" at what cost to the environment is your convenience worth?

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Comment by MothyrGrimm on July 2, 2013 at 10:51pm
Hi ladies. Just joined, although I'm just venturing into dreadlocks I've been using reusable menstrual products for almost two years now. I absolutely love cloth menstrual pads, and am fairly obsessed. lol They've completely changed my life and I would never go back. Being pregnant I actually miss my cloth! So excited to find like minded ladies!

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Comment by Kida Lily on January 21, 2013 at 10:11am

I love my diva cup! I use small cloth pads with them during the first couple of days and I have to say they are far more comfortable than plasticky disposable ones. I'm so happy that I'm no longer throwing away extra waste every month!

Comment by Necia Stoll on July 27, 2012 at 1:42pm
I use a mooncup and I love it! I'm so glad my feminine products aren't filling up landfills!
Comment by Bug on June 15, 2012 at 6:30pm

I started with a Diva Cup. i'm a short person and it wasn't a good fit....then my dog got ahold of it o_O. i tried again this time with the shorter mooncup.uk and LOVE has revolutionized my cycle!! I still have to use light liners until i can afford a set of lunapads liners (that or i'm near the age where they suggest going up to the bigger size) but the mooncup.uk has dramatically cut down on female hygiene product use for me. I'm so glad I tried it!

Comment by Mary White on July 24, 2011 at 9:42pm

I bought a Diva Cup after much debate.. SO glad.. I love it.. I had recently one a lot of handmade Mama Cloth pads off Listia, but haven't used even one because I love the cup so much! NO problems whatsoever.. wish they were more available, instead of just online. More people should have access to them!

Comment by pearl wanderlust on January 14, 2011 at 4:53pm
I'm going to start using a diva cup when i get my period again. (just had a little baby :) ) I'm also going to be buying some reusable pads from etsy, THEY'RE SO CUTE
Comment by meg ☮ on January 1, 2011 at 9:14pm
I love my cup as well! But I've been considering purchasing reusable cloth pads as well, because I'm having a little bit of a leaking problem when I sleep, and when I sit for too long. =/ That shouldn't be happening. Overall though, I'm in love with it, and I'll never go back to disposable feminine products! :)
 
 
 

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