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#BawdyTalk

  • So What’s the Big Secret?

    It turns out that having a healthy vagina is key to women’s health as we age – so why are so many women (and doctors) having a difficult time discussing the topic of vaginal dryness?
  • Coconut is for Piña Coladas, NOT Your Vagina

    Much as we love coconut at home and at Damiva, we can’t use it in our products because coconut oil is the wrong pH. We have tested several types and they're all too high.
  • To Remove or Not to Remove: Should I Keep My Uterus?

    By age 60, about 1 in 3 women in the U.S. will have had a hysterectomy and between 20% to 40% of these surgeries may not be needed. What options should women consider?
  • It’s Not Easy Being Green in Menopause

    While being green for us at Damiva is an ethos, we also believe strongly that it’s a health necessity after age 40: a decrease in hormones can lead to increased chemical sensitivity.
  • What Being 100% Canadian Means to Damiva’s CEO

    Being Canadian is not just a point of pride for me and my family, it’s the reason why we believe that Damiva has been successful in spreading a global message about menopause.
  • We Invented Cleo For You

    We invented Cleo for you, the woman who was gutsy enough to talk to a complete stranger (me) about your the need for an external labial moisturizer to help with dryness.
  • Valentine’s Day in Your Forties

    One of the first signs of peri-menopause is declining progesterone, the nurturing and loving hormone, and one symptom is intolerance.
  • Discover Your Ménage à Mois

    Rebecca Rosenblat spoke about the attitude she uses to thrive after the age of 40, during perimenopause and menopause: being a Diva!
  • 3 Important Things To Know About Perimenopause

    Menopause is never-ending and lasts for the rest of our lives. The taboo around menopause has led to the suppression of very important health facts.
  • What Exactly is Menopause? Is It Really for the Rest of My Life?

    I was also 43 when I discovered that peri-menopause starts at age 40. The term menopause is even more frightening for women, and it’s important that we understand what it means.
  • Let’s Talk Dirty: Removing Toxins From Your Life

    Jill Hillhouse, Certified Nutritional Practitioner, dishes about how to lead a healthy lifestyle by removing key toxins from your personal products, foods and household goods.
  • I’m 40 and Peri-Menopausal? Really?

    Peri-menopause is the term used to define the 10 years before a woman enters into menopause, typically at age 50. Most women will start peri-menopause at age 40.