So much happens to our bodies after childbirth—whether we’ve had a vaginal birth or cesarean birth. And caring for our bodies before giving birth and after is vital. Thankfully there are gentle products that can help us with natural healing, like Momotaro Apotheca, a certified organic and cruelty-free vulvovaginal care line that supports your body’s natural ability to heal. We always want to be kind to our bodies, especially during this vulnerable time. That’s why we’re chatting with Lindsay Wynn, Co-Founder and CEO of Momotaro Apotheca.
Lindsay founded Momotaro out of a necessity in her own life. (You can learn more about her story in this episode.) Along with her business partner, Taylor, they built the brand, hoping that we all can rethink how we talk about our sexual health issues, how we support each other in wellness, and how we understand our bodies. They’ve developed some groundbreaking proactive plant-based products that work gently yet effectively. They systemically address symptoms associated with common vulvovaginal issues stemming from infection and general irritation without interfering with pH balance, hormones, pheromones, or medication. It’s all pretty amazing, and we’re so glad that they’re helping people care for their bodies in places that might night be getting the love or attention they deserve.
I had the best time chatting with Lindsay on this episode. She is making what some may consider a “taboo topic” normal and comfortable—as it should be! She has shared some of her experiences and wonderful knowledge with us and tips on how we all can better love and take care of our bodies naturally. I love that and her products. That’s why we’re uncovering these topics and sharing all of this with you.
To learn more about natural postpartum healing, listen to this episode. You’ll learn some valuable tips and how you can use each of their Momotaro products to help you before, during, and after the postpartum period.
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