Our Top 9 Must-Read Blogs of 2023 to support your intimate well-being journey
As we round off 2023, we thought it would be apt to remind you of some of our most popular resources packed full of helpful information to support you on your intimate health journey. Why not bookmark this page to come back to when you’re needing that extra bit of support?
Our customers have been incredibly open about their experiences this year, from navigating the challenges of menopause and pregnancy, to an array of medical conditions and more. Your feedback has played a vital role in shaping our products and how we communicate about them. Enjoy browsing through our top 9 blogs of 2023 designed to inform and empower you no matter what stage of life you are in.
Sex and relationships
Exploring the varieties of lubricant, how, when and why to use them.
Coconut oil is a popular choice of lubricant for many, but what are the benefits and is it really safe?
What are the (many) potential causes of vaginal dryness and what can you do about them?
Discover how your monthly cycle impacts vaginal health and hygiene
Cancer is a difficult journey to navigate, and you may experience some changes to your intimate health as a result. Read more about vaginal dryness after cancer treatment and how to nurture your intimate health post-cancer treatment.
Your sex life doesn't have to stop during pregnancy. Find out the common causes of painful intercourse during pregnancy and what you can do to find relief.
Feeling dry and uncomfortable down there while breastfeeding? You're not alone. Read our guide for easing vaginal dryness during pregnancy.
A hysterectomy can be a major milestone in a woman's life. you may have questions about how it will impact your sexual well-being and intimate health. Will you go through menopause and what will that look like?
The physical symptoms of menopause are well-documented. but how do menopausal hormonal changes affect mental health and well-being? Anxiety, depression, brain fog - read our tips for supporting your mental well-being during menopause.