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Giving birth to that wonderful bundle of joy may seem magical at first until you realize that your sex life is going down the drain. The urge to tap into the sexual kitten that you once were is still there, but then you look into the mirror and see that your body has drastically changed. No worries, not all hope is gone. There are many simple and affordable ways to improve your self-confidence and enkindle that inner spark again. From getting a new hairdo to taking a break from nursing, here are 9 all natural tips on ways to feel sexy and young after childbirth:

1)Kick Start Your Day Right

Whether you are planning to nestle with your newborn all day or head out, taking a little time to engage in a morning routine can make a huge difference in how you feel and how your day goes. For instance, start the day off with a quick, hot shower, eat a healthy breakfast, fix up your hair, put on some simple makeup, and throw on some jewelry. Taking care of your body and feeling good about your appearance can help you feel positive and refreshed for the day.


2) Exercise

Once you get an approval from your doctor, it’s time to restore your body shape with exercise. Exercise will not only help you lose the post-pregnancy weight, but also get those ‘feel-good’ hormones pumping and thus prompting a sense of sexiness as well as self-confidence.


3) Wear Non-Maternity Clothes

After childbirth, you may be tempted to stay in your maternity outfits for an extended period of time. Even if you have gained weight post-pregnancy and your body is a plus size, updating your wardrobe with new outfits will help you feel sexy and young after childbirth. Not only this, but wearing non-maternity clothes will remind you that you do not always have to be in mommy mode even if you have a baby.


4) Hire Help

Whether you hire help for household chores or babysitting, finding someone who can lend a helping hand will reduce your stress and fatigue that could be harming your sex drive. It will also give you a little more time to yourself so you can light some candles, sink into a bubble bath, and think relaxing and sensual thoughts.


5) Think Sexy Thoughts

Think about the most pleasurable moments you have had with your partner and you may find yourself feeling like the sexy lady you really are. For a little inspiration, indulge in a romantic movie and you may soon find yourself feeling as erotic as you were before the arrival of the baby.


6) Sexual Rejuvenation

You can easily rejuvenate your libido and boost your sex drive after childbirth with any recommended rejuvenation products that contain Kacip Fatimah as one of the active ingredients, as it plays many roles in addition to boosting a woman’s libido. This herb, or formulation with other herbs, is available in numerous commercial products as a capsule, coffee or tea, and as a canned beverage for human consumption. We’ll explain more details later in this article on how Kacip Fatimah works to boost women’s libido and self-confidence.


7) Visit Your Hairdresser

When you want to look sexy and feel young after childbirth, styling your hair is a must! Styling your hair (versus throwing it up in the “new mother ponytail” or getting a “new mother bob-cut”) will make you feel a hundred times prettier. So be sure to take a quick visit to see your hairdresser for some primping as well as pampering. Also, don’t forget to treat yourself to a manicure and pedicure while you are there!

8) Take a Break from Nursing

Hand over baby feeding duties every once in a while to anyone you can trust whether it is your partner or mama or babysitter. You may also want to  invest in a breast pump which is a great alternative to direct breastfeeding. Feeling more like a woman and less like a milk machine can help boost your confidence once again.

9) Meditate

Sometimes harder said than done, but try your best to just carve out five to ten minutes from your day and sit quietly. Meditating doesn’t mean you have to change into yoga gear and sit with your legs crossed, but it doesn’t mean sitting down and going through your Facebook feed either. Rather, it’s just a period of time you have with yourself where you could even be just sitting quietly sipping on a hot drink. You’ll be amazed how much of a difference spending even just ten minutes each day unplugged from the world can make on your day.

Above all, do not pressure yourself into feeling sexy or indulging in sex before you are ready as there are so many factors that may affect your sex drive including fatigue, post-pregnancy blues as well as changes in the way you view your body after pregnancy. In any case, many doctors usually recommend waiting 4 to 6 weeks before engaging in sex again. Even when you are not ready for sex just yet, you can still find ways to restore your sex drive and have fun with your better half!


What is Kacip Fatimah?



Kacip Fatimah is an extract of a plant called Labisa Pumila

If you have been researching about how to stay young down there, you might have encountered the herb “Kacip Fatimah” once or twice. Kacip Fatimah is an extract of a plant called Labisa Pumila which has been used in some parts of Asia for centuries by women who have just given birth. Kacip Fatimah has been found in studies to boost women’s sex drive, reduce fatigue and help restore a woman’s body back to its youthful state after childbirth.


Kacip Fatimah provides a woman’s body with phytoestrogen, which is the plant’s natural estrogen. It has a huge range of health benefits, some of which includes help to avoid illnesses involving the reproductive system,  help to ease painful menstruation, and help to recover the body faster after childbirth.


Let’s face it. Pushing a watermelon-sized baby out of a lemon-sized hole takes a huge toll on your lady bits. Knowing that you’re not what you used to be physically could also cause low self-esteem as well as a diminished interest in bed.

So, what can you do? The solution is simple! There’s no need for expensive surgeries and invasive medical procedures. Just follow the steps above and you are well on your way to forever staying young, even after childbirth.