New Year, new resolutions! That is how many women around the globe start the new year. But for some women out there, they may have the hurdle of annoying urine leaks holding them back. Not to worry! Here our practical go to tips for managing urine leaks whilst exercising. Read More
Looking for new Christmas rituals for your family? Here is some inspiration from how other cultures around the world celebrate Christmas. Discover 5 unique traditions: Read More
For some women, developing a pelvic floor exercise routine can be tough. They are aware of the benefits and how important it is to do your pelvic floor exercises, but somehow life gets in the way. How make make pelvic floor training exercises into a daily habit? Read our tips here. Read More
Screen time and kids. A hot topic these days, firing up parenting forums and mummy friend groups worldwide. Ideally the balance of these would be the best, but how do you go about achieving this as a parent? Here are some strategy ideas for managing screen time with kids at home. Read More
How can set up green habits leading to a more sustainable and eco friendly lifestyle? Read further to get our 8 tips and tricks on how to develop eco friendly habits. Read More
Carin user Claudia (45) from The Netherlands reflects on her pelvic floor training journey and shares with us her tips on saying goodbye to urine leaks. This blog post is part of our inspirational women’s testimonial campaign – Get started with Kegels -. Read further to discover where it all began, what she learned and her five motivational tips for including pelvic floor exercises in daily life. Read More
This special blog post is prompted by the annual September campaign launching today - ‘Urology Awareness month’- , to help raise awareness of urological conditions affecting so many families worldwide. Read further to recognise the early signs! Read More
As seen on TV, this August, we have a very special summer deal for mothers and children. We are bringing our product for children – Oopsie Heroes – and our product for women – Carin – together in a special offer! Buy Oopsie and get Carin training included! (for free for the month of August). Read More
Imagination is an essential part of childhood, an amazing skill that we can take for granted, that can turn the most mundane situation into the biggest adventure. And Kids are a natural! But how do we foster this creativity and keep curiosity alive? Here are 7 ways you can boost their creativity. Read More
If you didn’t know about the pelvic floor muscles before, you sure do after pregnancy and childbirth! The pelvic floor muscles might be the most discussed area of the body.
In this post, you’ll get a complete guide to the pelvic floor muscles - what they are, where they are, what they do, and how to take care of them.
Feeling a little “blue” after the arrival of your baby is completely normal. Whether this is your first, second, or fifth baby, bringing a new child into the world is going to rock the boat.
In this post, we’re going to find out exactly what postpartum depression is as well as a few ways that you can reduce the likelihood of experiencing it.
Whilst most traditions focus on the health and wellbeing of the mother, the bond between mother and child, and giving the new parents the support that they need during this time, it’s safe to say that some cultures do it better than others!
Have a read of these postpartum recovery traditions around the world Read More