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  • Florida's Healthy Start Program: What You Need To Know

    If you live in Florida and become pregnant, you may have heard of the Healthy Start Program before. If you haven't, I am here to tell you! Healthy...
  • Black Girls Need Sunscreen Too - And This One Goes On Clear

    Boob sweat season (aka Summer) is around the corner and if you don't already know, you need to get yourself some sunscreen! Yes, this applies to ...
  • WTF is a Yoni Egg?

    What is a Yoni Egg? So what is a Yoni Egg anyway? Let's break this down briefly: Simply, put a Yoni Egg, also known as a "Jade Egg" or "Love Egg" ...
  • #TBT - Meet Keech Combe Shetty, CEO of Vagasil

    Originally published on Hypegirls.com Happy #TBT! I hope you enjoy this week's throwback of my interview with Keech Combe Shetty. I'm back Ma...
  • UltuCup Menstrual Cup Review

    Hello mamas! As you know, I am OBSESSED with menstrual cups. If you don't know what a menstrual cup is, it's time to get with the program!

    If you have been following my feed (or the PeriodMiami feed), then you already know that UltuCup is one of my favorite menstrual cups right now. I am already a huge advocate for this brand for many reasons, not only because they make a great product for women, but because they give back to the community and support women in need.

    I have been using the UltuCup for about 5 cycles now, along with with organic cotton pads and reusable liners. I feel that I have used this cup long enough to give you my honest opinion. Keep in mind, not all menstrual cups work for everyone! We all have different bodies and vaginas with their own special needs. Be patient and remember you may have to experiment a bit for you find the right cup or cups for your flow. On this blog I only post products I use personally and that I think would benefit other women. If you have allergies, health issues or any reason to be concerned about using a menstrual cup, talk to your gynecologist before using!

  • When Your Vagina Needs Therapy

    Vaginas vaginas vaginas. We love them, we hate them, we don't often like to talk about them. But taking proper care of our feminine areas has bec...