Understanding Our Bodies, More Intimately.


    Forging forward on the path to true Female liberation is the perception that Masturbation is beneficial for Sexual Health rather than a stigma! Indeed, showing a little self-love is quite normal, enjoyable, and brings with it numerous benefits, in addition to the pleasure you receive. Read More
  • The Skinny on Skinny Jeans and Waxing!

    Are your skinny jeans dangerous? Research shows that our grooming habits and skinny jeans can in fact cause a very painful condition called “Vulvodyna.” Read More
  • OB/GYN 101: Finding The Right One For You!

    Finding the right OB/GYN is like trying to find that perfect 'Life Partner’! Ideally, you are looking for someone you can be yourself comfortable with having the most intimate of health discussions with. Here are a few tips to help you find the perfect Doctor without getting overwhelmed!

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  • The Beauty of Your Labia

    Vaginas, or specifically Vulvas, are a beautiful and delicate of your body, and each is different from one woman to the next.

    Like flowers whose beauty comes in all different shapes, sizes, colors, and scents, each vulva is precious in its uniqueness. 

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  • Vulva Care After Exercise- Things to Know!

    A good workout regime is essential to maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle. However, we never really consider how a workout can affect our feminine health. Certain workouts aren’t always easy on our vagina. Women who exercise frequently are more prone to vaginal infections and discomfort compared to their counterparts who don’t work out. Read More
  • Your Vulva Skin Post-Waxing and Shaving. Common Concerns Answered!

    Studies have shown that in the United States, 80% of women have undergone vaginal grooming. We all have our individual preferences… some of us feel our best with the smoothness of a freshly-groomed vagina, while others may prefer to grow it out - and that is perfectly fine. The fact is, shaving the bikini area or waxing the bikini area can cause vaginal or vulvar irritation. Read More
  • Vaginal Sensitivity During Your Period

    The sudden drop in estrogen and progesterone levels is mainly to prepare the body to get rid of the changes in the endometrium. Now, menstruation can vary greatly from woman to woman or even month to month in terms of the cycle length or the flow – light, moderate, or heavy. As a rule of thumb, menstruation can last 3 to 5 days.  Read More
  • Your Intimate Area After Child Birth: The Changes You May Experience

    The female body is truly a miracle of creation built to withstand a rapid change and grow a new life within her. There are some changes that are visible ~ such as changes in the abdomen, breasts, skin, and, of course, pregnancy weight gain, however there are also changes to the vagina and vulva.

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  • Vaginal Odor: What is considered 'normal'?

    Every vagina has its own unique scent or "Vaginal Odor"; and although this may be a cause for self-consciousness for some, a healthy vagina will usually have a slight scent to it. Read More
  • What are the Benefits of Kegel Exercises?

    Perhaps one of the best exercises we can do while sitting all day is Kegels! They are easy to do, you can do them while working in either a sitting or standing position, and they don’t require much thought... Meaning we can do them while multitasking!

    Kegel exercises are powerful at keeping our pelvic floor muscles working properly, which may help us with everything from urine leaks to enjoying better sex.

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  • Your Vulva Over Time- The Changes You May Experience

    Most of us grow up with our mothers teaching us the importance of taking care of our skin.

    Still, with all this emphasis we are taught over a lifetime to care for our face, somehow our mothers never discussed intimate care with us, or the many common changes our vulva experiences over time.

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  • Vulva or Vaginal Dryness? Understanding the difference.

    Do you ever feel dryness in your vulva or your vagina?  Do you know the difference?  It seems that the words ~ vagina and vulva ~ are often interchangeably used.  The difference is significant to understand.  Read More