How wellness is sparking the next sexual revolution
29 Apr 2019
How wellness is sparking the next sexual revolution

Discussion of women’s sexual health has been off-limits for decades, but change is coming as the wellness movement pushes a plethora of women’s issues, from periods to sex toys, into the limelight. How is open conversation helping to change people’s attitudes, and how are brands responding?

Tania Adib

Dr. Tania Adib specialises in menopause and other hormonal conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome and PMS. She is an expert in energy-based treatments for improving vaginal and vulval health, including laser, radiofrequency, platelet-rich plasma, and hyaluronic acid moisturisers and fillers. She has been cited as one of the aesthetic industry's top 40 specialists in the Tatler Beauty and Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2022 in gynaecological aesthetics.

Martha Silcott

Martha Silcott is a mum of two and an entrepreneur. Having previously worked in the financial services sector, she jumped ship to focus on making her company FabLittleBag a reality.

Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown has worked in product development and managed global luxury wellness brands, which meant she was perfectly placed to be Lora DiCarlo’s director of marketing. A self-confessed ‘anatomy geek,’ she loves empowering women to explore and get to know their bodies.

Lynda Cowell

Lynda Cowell is a London-based writer, web editor, and former BBC television researcher. Having written for the likes of The Voice, Pride, The Guardian, Time Out and Marie Claire, much of her work has focused on race and gender, but not exclusively. In her free time, she likes to read, drink red wine, and watch the kind of television programmes other people sneer at.