5 Self-Love Tips You Need to Know

Paige Soucie
It’s so easy to get lost in the chaos of our day-to-day lives that we forget about the importance of loving ourselves! Today in collaboration with Graydon skincare we want to share 6 tips we have for showing ourselves some love.
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When Muscles Are Strong, You Can Do Anything

Stephanie Schull, PhD

Tradition has taught people with vaginas to ignore that part of the body. Don’t look, don’t touch, don’t ask questions. This has left women with vaginas uninformed about the inner workings of our bodies. We fail to educate people that the pelvic floor muscles are like any other muscle in the body; when they’re neglected, they atrophy. That’s why to celebrate National Women’s Health & Fitness Day, we want to share a little bit about the importance of pelvic floor fitness and how it directly impacts women’s overall health and wellbeing. This about it this way: You wouldn’t wait to...

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10 Tips for Loving Your Vagina

Paige Soucie

1. DON'T DOUCHE 🙅 Douching might be the absolute worst thing you can do for your vagina. Your body naturally knows how to clean itself according to your own unique pH level, and chemicals (even water) can upset this natural balance. 2. DRINK LOTS OF WATER 🚰 It’s no secret staying hydrated keeps your entire body happy and healthy, and your vagina is no exception. Staying hydrated makes your period more comfortable and keeps you lubricated during sex. 3. DITCH THE TOILET PAPER 🧻 TP has tiny filaments that can attach themselves to your labia (the outer lips part of...

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A Lifetime Supply of Pads Is Taller Than The Chrysler Building

Stephanie Schull, PhD

Are you one of the many women who are trapped in the cycle of habitually using pads to cover up bladder leakage problems? STOP. We want you to know the facts about pads, and it's not pretty. Over a lifetime, women will spend $40,000 on pads. This is approximately 175,200 pads, for women who start using them in their 20s with average leakage through adulthood. As they get older, they need more and more expensive products. The boxes are taller than the Chrysler Building when stacked on top of each other. This has to stop. That's why we created Kegelbell....

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Pelvic Mesh Recall: What You Need To Know

Stephanie Schull, PhD
The FDA finally recalled pelvic mesh earlier this month. Here's what you need to know and about the recall and the truth about strengthening your pelvic floor muscles.
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Kegelbell Was Invented by a Woman for Women

Stephanie Schull, PhD
Dr. Stephanie Schull saw her mother suffer from pelvic mesh surgery and researched why. She discovered that doctors recommend pelvic muscle strengthening for prevention and treatment, but most don't do the exercises correctly, so they turn to high-risk surgery and wearing incontinence pads and diapers. Dr. Schull made Kegelbell to keep us strong, safe, and healthy.
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