Celebrate your “V” Day

It’s already hit the stores. That explosion of pink and red, chocolate and stuffed animals, flowers and jewelry—all to celebrate Valentine’s Day (V-Day). Whether you usually celebrate Valentine’s Day with flowers, cards, a romantic dinner or by adopting a sloth (apparently this is a real thing), or even going out with the …

Review of Geneveve

Review of Geneveve™ by Viveve – A Simple Treatment for Vaginal Laxity that can Impact Overall Well-being By Gemma Johnson –   January 5, 2018 We sent one of our MyFamilyClub members to trial the treatment at their North London clinic. Written by Michelle Pegler, mother of 3 children based in Buckinghamshire. …

The “O” Factor

Ladies, it’s okay. In fact, it’s more than okay. It’s your right to know your body and it’s healthy to talk about health! We whisper about it with our friends behind closed doors. We quickly flip to that page in Cosmo that mentions it, and we google it while our …

Not Your Mother’s Kegels

Kegels: that mystical exercise that strengthens something “down there.” But what are Kegels and what are they strengthening? Heck, what part of your southern area even needs help? The short answer: Kegels are exercises for your pelvic floor muscles. Pelvic Floor Muscles There’s a lot we could say about the importance …

The Myth Of Motherhood

The pressures of life are difficult. The pressures of personifying a perfect, poised mom? Impossible. We live in a world where unfounded information and insults are just a click away. But, thankfully, we also live in a world where access to support–counselors, friends and family–positive information, mindfulness, and education, are …

You Can’t Lean In If You Leak

Have you heard of the book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead?” It’s written by Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook, and Nell Scovell, TV and magazine writer. The book encourages women in the workplace to challenge the status quo by taking risks, seeking challenges, and leaning …

Should I Get A Mommy Makeover?

Pregnancy and childbirth are no easy feat. Carrying a human being takes its toll—physically and emotionally. New moms can be especially overwhelmed. A recent letter, “Dear New Mama: It’s OK To Feel Overwhelmed,” from Huffington Post, talks about the love, fear, duty, anxiety and expectations a new mom experiences after …

Thriving After Surviving

http://www.viveve.com/thriving-after-surviving/ Breast Cancer Awareness month is celebrated all over the world. Pink ribbons, stories of hope and loss, fundraisers, and the name Susan G. Komen® fill our October. There are articles on early warning  signs of breast cancer, tips on how to avoid breast cancer, and survival storiesincluding those of celebrities like Good …