Period panties have revolutionized the way we manage our monthly flow. But, choosing the right absorbency is crucial for a leak-free, comfortable, and worry-free experience.

Absorbency Explained:

Period panties come in various absorbency levels, and it’s important to know which one is perfect for your needs.

Here’s a quick rundown:

Light Absorbency: Ideal for those lighter flow days or as a backup when using other period products (like LaliCup). These panties can typically hold up to 1-2 tampons’ worth of fluid. In this category, you will find our gray and red LaliPanties.

Moderate Absorbency: The go-to choice for your average period day. These undies can handle around 2-3 tampons’ worth of blood.

Heavy Absorbency: super absorbent period panties can hold up to 3-4 tampons’ worth of liquid. Unleash the power of these on your heaviest days. In this category, you will find our black LaliPanties and unicorn/monster period undies.

Choosing the Right Absorbency:

  • Know Your Flow: Keep track of your cycle and get to know your flow patterns. Understanding your body is key to selecting the right absorbency.

  • Mix and Match: It’s perfectly fine to have a variety of absorbencies in your period panty collection. Use light absorbency for your lighter days and heavy absorbency when things get intense.

  • Comfort Matters: Choose what makes you feel most comfortable. You might prefer a higher absorbency for extra peace of mind, even on lighter days.

Period Panty Fun Facts:

  1. Fashion-Forward: Period panties come in a variety of styles and colors, so you can be fashionable while managing your flow.

  1. Sleep Easy: Heavy absorbency period panties are perfect for overnight use, so you can enjoy sweet dreams without interruption.

Customer opinion:

Here is one period panty story from our satisfied costumer:

“I recently tried period panties for the first time. I was skeptical at first, but they’ve been a game-changer for me. No more discomfort or leaks, and I love that I’m reducing waste.” – SARA M.

It’s that time of the year again – Katja’s (part of Lali team) birthdayis just around the corner! And to celebrate, we’ve got a special treat for you. that will make BioGlide Lubricant extra tempting!

Introducing BioGlide Lubricant Plus Ginseng: The Natural Choice for Intimacy!

Are you ready to experience a whole new level of pleasure and comfort? BioGlide Lubricant Plus Ginseng is here to elevate your intimate moments. With natural ingredients and the added benefit of Ginseng, it’s the ultimate choice for a smooth, sensational experience.

Why Choose BioGlide Lubricant?

– Natural Ingredients: It’s free from harsh chemicals and parabens, has no odor and artificial flavour ensuring your body stays happy.

– Ginseng Boost: Ginseng enhances circulation, promoting heightened sensitivity and pleasure.

– Long-Lasting: Say goodbye to interruptions – BioGlide keeps you going with long-lasting lubrication aka without constant reapplication.

– Water-Based: Safe for use with condoms and toys, and easy to clean up.

Usage with menstrual cup

Here’s a little secret for our LaliCup enthusiasts. BioGlide Lubricant is ideal for easier insertion of your menstrual cup.

Simply apply a few drops on the rim of the cup for a smoother, more comfortable experience.

Katja’s Birthday Special: Enjoy 10% Off!

Now, for the exciting part – Katja’s birthday gift to you!

Use code “joy10” at checkout and get a fantastic 10% off your BioGlide Lubricant purchase. It’s the perfect time to explore and enjoy intimacy in a whole new way.

Pst, the code joy10 also works with other joy division products (like Soft tampons and Kegel balls) so don’t forget to check out our wide range of sustainable and eco-friendly menstrual products while you’re on our website.

Thank you for being a part of our journey towards a greener and more enjoyable life.

Let’s Sum it Up

So, don’t miss out on the chance to elevate your intimate experiences and menstrual cup routine. Visit our website now and make the most of Katja’s birthday special with code “joy10.”

With love and gratitude,
The Lalicup Team

I’m delighted to greet you in the latest edition of Lali’s Newsletter! This time, I’ll take you on a mesmerizing journey of menstruation through time. We will explore its evolution and the cultural significance this natural process has held throughout the centuries.

Ancient Beliefs and Superstitions:

In ancient times, menstruation was surrounded by myths, superstitions, and mystery. Different cultures believed that menstruating individuals possessed mystical powers or were somehow tainted during their monthly bleeding. In some societies, menstruation was considered sacred and a life-giving force, while in others, it was seen as impurity.

Let’s take a look at some ideas that the greatest thinkers of their time had about menstruation:

  • Philosopher Plato wrote that the “womb wandered in all directions.” He saw it as a living being that roamed freely within a woman’s body, constantly seeking children. Sometimes, the womb would travel all the way to a woman’s throat and become very angry and lonely if it couldn’t find a child.

  • Hippocrates – yes, the father of medicine – proposed that the womb was, in fact, the source of women’s emotions. If a woman had the misfortune of having an irritable and temperamental womb, it manifested as a condition called “hysteria.”

  • What about Ptolemy, the inventor of maps? Well, let’s just say he believed that the deepest desire of a human was immortality. And ultimate enlightenment could only be achieved by consuming ambrosia. And what was ambrosia? You guessed it – menstrual blood!

Influence on Medicine and Science:

As time passed, a more modern understanding of the menstrual cycle began to emerge. Unfortunately, in the Middle Ages, menstruation was closely linked to the idea of “female hysteria,” leading to bizarre medical treatments for its supposed cure. It wasn’t until the 19th and 20th centuries that medical science started to investigate the hormonal and physiological aspects of menstruation.

Changing Perspectives in the Modern Era:

The 20th century marked a turning point in how menstruation was perceived. Feminist movements played a crucial role in breaking the stigma surrounding menstruation. For the first time, menstruation became an open topic of discussion, leading to improvements in menstrual hygiene products and overall awareness.

What About Today?

In recent years, there has been a movement towards a more positive perception of menstruation. Advocates are working to normalize menstruation, encourage open conversations, and challenge outdated stereotypes and taboos.

The goal is to create a world where individuals can embrace their menstruation without shame or discomfort. As we reflect on the journey of menstruation through time, it becomes clear how far we’ve come in understanding and accepting this natural phenomenon.

It also becomes evident that, despite the progress, there is still much work to be done in raising awareness on this topic. I believe that, together, we can make it happen! ????

Thank you for being a part of our community. Together, we can continue to break down barriers and foster an open and accepting conversation about menstruation.

101: Unmasking the Mystery

Inflammation is a natural response by your body’s immune system to protect against harmful invaders like bacteria, viruses, or irritants. However, when this defense mechanism goes haywire in your vaginal area, it can lead to discomfort, itching, pain, and even emotional distress.

The Culprits: Common Causes of Vaginal Inflammations

Yeast Infections: Caused by an overgrowth of Candida, these infections often result in itching, burning, and a thick, white discharge. They’re not uncommon and can be treated effectively.

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV): BV occurs when the balance of bacteria in the vagina is disrupted, leading to a foul-smelling discharge and discomfort. While not typically serious, it’s essential to address.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs): STIs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and herpes can cause inflammation and other symptoms in the vaginal area. Early detection and treatment are vital.

Irritants and Allergies: Sometimes, certain soaps, douches, or personal care products can irritate the delicate vaginal tissues, causing inflammation. Allergic reactions to these products are also possible.

Hormonal Changes: Fluctuations in hormone levels, such as during menopause or pregnancy, can lead to changes in the vaginal environment and potential inflammation.

The Empowerment Guide: Tips for Preventing and Managing Vaginal Inflammations

Practice Good Hygiene: Use mild, unscented soap and water to cleanse the genital area. Avoid douching, as it can disrupt the natural balance. We also offer vaginal cleansing products on our webshop – check them HERE (at the bottom of the page). 

Safe Sex: Use protection to reduce the risk of STIs. Regular testing is crucial, especially if you have multiple partners. 

Stay Dry and Comfortable: Wear breathable, cotton underwear and avoid tight-fitting pants. Change out of wet swimwear promptly. 

Be Mindful of Products: Choose hypoallergenic and fragrance-free personal care products to reduce the risk of irritation. 

Healthy Lifestyle: A balanced diet, regular exercise, and stress management can support overall vaginal health.

When to Seek Help

If you experience persistent or severe symptoms, it’s essential to consult a healthcare professional. They can provide an accurate diagnosis and recommend appropriate treatment options. Remember, early intervention often leads to quicker recovery.

Empowering Conversations

Vaginal health should not be a taboo topic. Open and informed discussions with healthcare providers, friends, or family can lead to better understanding, support, and ultimately, better health outcomes. Remember, knowledge is power. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and prevention strategies related to vaginal inflammations empowers you to prioritize your well-being. Stay curious, stay informed, and stay empowered! 🙂

Are you navigating the world of menstrual cups with the added challenge of long nails? We’ve got you covered. Let’s talk about practical tips for using your cup comfortably, regardless of your nail length.

Can You Use a Menstrual Cup with Long Nails?

Yes, absolutely. The key lies in careful insertion and proper hygiene. While natural nails with rounded edges pose minimal risk, sharp acrylic nails and embellishments can be problematic. So, assess if this setup is right for you.

Managing Two Challenges: Injury and Hygiene

When it comes to long nails and menstrual cups, two concerns arise: the potential for internal scratches and the risk of introducing dirt and contaminants. Even with rounded natural nails, internal scratches are possible. Meanwhile, fake nails can harbor dirt, causing pH imbalances or infection.

Insertion and Removal Hacks

Here’s the scoop on navigating the world of menstrual cups with nails. Start by ensuring your nails are clean. Wash your hands thoroughly before using the cup, which is a good practice regardless. It’s also wise to file any rough edges on your nails.

To manage insertion with long nails, the trick is in how you grip the cup. Instead of keeping your fingers straight, bend them slightly inward when gripping. This minimizes the risk of accidental scratches. The same principle applies when removing the cup; make sure your nails don’t pose a hazard.

Concerns About Cup Damage?

Worry not! Menstrual cups are resilient. Most are made of silicone (Like LaliCup), TPE, or latex that can usually withstand your nail game. So, the risk of your nails puncturing the cup is quite low.

Overcoming Apprehension

If using a menstrual cup with long nails makes you apprehensive, remember that the choice is yours. You can decide to go for it, keep your nails shorter during your period, or explore alternative period products like period panties or washable pads.

Practice Makes Perfect

If you’re up for the challenge, practice is your best friend. Hone your grip, folding technique, and positioning. Over time, it’ll become second nature.

Your Comfort, Your Call

Ultimately, it’s about what makes you comfortable. There’s no one size-fits-all solution. Your period journey is personal, and you’re in control. Stay informed, comfortable, and confident in your choices.
Ever wondered why your period seems to have a mind of its own when it comes to duration?
Fear not, for we’re unraveling this enigma. While the average menstrual cycle is around 28 days, the actual duration of your period can vary. Typically, periods last anywhere from 3 to 7 days. But remember, each body is unique, so don’t be alarmed if yours dances to a different beat!

The Countdown Begins: Day by Day

Let’s break it down, day by day:

Day 1-2: The Show Begins – Your uterine lining says its goodbyes and starts making its exit.

Day 3-4: Steady Flow – Your period is in full swing, showing off its unique rhythm.

Day 5-7: Farewell, Old Friend – The curtain falls as your period bids adieu.

When to Wave the Red Flag

While variety is the spice of life, but some things should raise a flag of concern.

If your period lasts more than 7 days or is consistently irregular, it’s time to have a chat with your friendly neighborhood healthcare provider.

Remember, your body loves conversations!

Period Hacks: A Gift for You!

Oh yes, we’ve got some clever period hacks for you:

Warm Hugs: Ease those cramps with a warm water bottle, Lali heating pad or a comfy blanket. Your uterus will thank you!

Snack Attack: Dark chocolate and bananas are your allies. Why? Check all the reasons why in our previous blog.

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate: Water is your best friend, even more so during your period.
That’s a wrap on our exploration of the age-old question: How Long Should My Period Last? Remember, whether it’s a short performance or a lengthy show, your period is a natural part of life’s grand production.

P.S. Have a burning question or topic you’d like us to unravel? Send it our way and let’s keep the conversation going!

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) doesn’t stand a chance against our delicious PMS Pudding!

Today, we’ll unravel the mysteries of PMS and discover some delicious foods that can make your monthly journey a little easier.

Plus, we have an exciting announcement: we created of our very own PMS Pudding and would love to share it with you!

But before we dig into that, let’s understand what PMS is all about.

What’s the Deal with PMS?

PMS, or Premenstrual Syndrome, is a natural phase that many experience in the days leading up to their menstrual cycle.

It often brings a mix of physical, emotional, and psychological symptoms that can sometimes throw us off balance.

But fret not! The good news is that there are ways to make this time of the month a bit more enjoyable, starting with our diet.

Food Allies for an Easier Ride

Believe it or not, certain foods can lend a helping hand in alleviating PMS symptoms. Here are a few tasty options to incorporate into your diet:

Bananas: They are rich in potassium, which can help reduce bloating and regulate your mood swings. A ripe banana is not only delicious but also a natural mood booster!

Oats: Known for their high fiber content, they can aid digestion and keep you feeling fuller for longer. Additionally, they contain essential minerals like magnesium and zinc that can help ease cramps.

Chia Seeds: They are packed with omega-3 fatty acids and can help reduce inflammation and bloating. They are also a great source of fiber and can keep your digestive system in top shape.

Dark Chocolate: Indulging in some dark chocolate can work wonders for your mood. It contains compounds that increase serotonin levels, known as the “happy hormone,” which can combat those occasional feelings of irritability.

Remember, incorporating these foods into your diet is not a magical cure-all, but it can certainly make a positive difference during PMS.

Introducing: PMS Pudding!

Now for the grand announcement, you’ve been waiting for!

We are thrilled to introduce our very own creation: PMS Pudding!

Made with nutritious ingredients such as ripe bananas, soothing oats, and chia seeds, this pudding is a delicious and wholesome way to tackle those PMS blues.

To help you whip up your own batch of PMS Pudding, we have prepared a step-by-step tutorial just for you.

Do check it out down below: We hope this recipe brings a smile to your face and adds a dash of sweetness to your PMS experience.
That’s it from Lali team fort his week. We hope you enjoyed this exciting mix of PMS knowledge and delicious food inspiration. 🙂

The Swim Corner: Dive into the Fun of Swimming on Your Period!

Summer is in full swing, and what better way to beat the heat than by taking a refreshing dip in the pool or ocean?

But hey, if you’re someone who menstruates, you might be wondering, “What about swimming on my period?

Well, worry no more! We’ve got you covered (literally and figuratively) with some awesome products that can help make your swimming experience during that time of the month a breeze.

Let’s take a splash together, shall we?


your new best friend for swimming during your period – Lalicup!

This nifty little device is a game-changer. Made from medical-grade silicone, it’s safe, hygienic, and reusable.

Lalicup provides comfortable and leak-free protection for up to 12 hours, allowing you to swim, dive, and frolic in the water with confidence. It’s easy to insert, remove, and clean, making it perfect for those water-filled adventures!


If you’re looking for an alternative to tampons or menstrual cups, period underwear might be just what you need.

These innovative undergarments are designed with multiple layers to absorb menstrual flow, keeping you dry and comfortable while swimming.

With various styles and absorbency levels available, you can find the perfect fit for your needs.

Some of them even look like swimsuit, so you can wear them to the beach. 🙂


Soft tampons are another fantastic option for swimming during your period.

These tampons are made from sponge-like materials and are designed to be worn during water activities.

They’re comfortable, discreet, and provide reliable protection without the need for strings or wings.

Just insert them as you would with regular tampons, and off you go to enjoy your swim!

Remember, the choice of swimwear during your period is entirely up to you.

Whether you prefer menstrual cups, period underwear, period swimsuits, or soft tampons, the key is to find what makes you feel comfortable and confident.
Don’t let your period stop you from diving into the fun and exhilaration of swimming! That’s it for this edition of The Swim Corner! We hope you found these suggestions helpful and inspiring.

Get out there, embrace the water, and enjoy every moment – even during your period!

Stay splashing,
The Swim Corner Team
Hey there, amazing readers!We hope this newsletter finds you beaming with joy and ready for some thrilling updates. Buckle up because we’ve been on quite the adventure, and we can’t wait to spill the beans!

zeleni sejem (green market)

First things first, we had an absolute blast at the Zeleni Sejem event! ????????

Imagine a place buzzing with eco-conscious individuals, just like you, all eager to make a positive impact on the world.

We proudly showcased our creation, LaliCup, as well as other period alternatives and the response was overwhelming!

We’re thrilled to be part of a community that values sustainability and embraces innovative solutions.

So much so, that we are offering you a 10% coupon –> zelenisejem (you can use it until 6/6/2023)

summer holidays

Now, let’s talk about something that’s on everyone’s mind—summer holidays! ☀️????

We know that vacations and periods don’t always play well together, but fear not, because we’ve got your back!

Drumroll, please… introducing LaliCup, your ultimate period superhero for the summer! ????‍♀️????

Say goodbye to pesky leaks and constant bathroom visits.

With LaliCup, you can enjoy your vacation to the fullest without any period-related worries. It’s time to soak up the sun and leave period hassles behind!

Could “those” days of the month be more environmentally friendly?

This is the title of the story that was given to Mateja’s article for the 5-week challenge for the Earth at Sensa media. 🙂

Their article also contains some period facts that will shock you (eg: one pad includes about the same amount of plastic as 4 plastic bags), you can read it here: ARTICLE

But wait, there is more! 😛 Last week, 2 nice members of the Sensa team visited us, brought a huge light + a fancy camera and that’s how the video below was created.

Menstruation is a normal part of life, but unfortunately, many menstrual products have a significant impact on the planet.

From a young age, we are taught about disposable pads and tampons, which are convenient because we can simply dispose of them after use. However, this is also the problem; we should be thinking about what happens to them after we dispose of them. Disposable pads and tampons take 500-800 years to decompose and are equivalent to four plastic bags in terms of their environmental impact.

That is why in the video Mateja talks about her vision for a more eco-friendly future as well as presents all of the period alternatives from menstrual cups to period panties that just might be one of the steps towards a better future. 🙂