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, it sounds like you’re experiencing premenopause.

Fun fact: premenopause spans from puberty to perimenopause! We’re glad you’re here — there’s no such thing as too proactive when it comes to your comfort and health. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about how self-care can best serve your wellness needs. We recommend introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing premenopause.

Fun fact: premenopause spans from puberty to perimenopause! As you prepare to enter the new chapter of your hormonal journey, now is the perfect time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your changing wellness needs. We recommend introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing premenopause.

Fun fact: premenopause spans from puberty to perimenopause! Many women in your age range experience signs of peri/menopause, but no two bodies menopause the same and these labels only tell part of the story. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to discuss the specifics of your experience. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause.

Welcome to a new era of you, . The first bit of good news? No more periods coming your way. If you haven’t already, it’s time to think mindfully about self-care that best serves your new wellness needs. We recommend introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause.

Some women in your age range begin to experience signs of perimenopause while others are still in premenopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to see if they think your experience is in line with peri. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you may be experiencing the start of perimenopause.

Pinpointing the start of this transition phase can sometimes be a bit tricky — which is totally normal! These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. There are many perfectly natural and fairly common reasons why our hormones may fluctuate throughout our life. We’re here for you whether it’s menopause or something else causing similar changes in your body. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor and start thinking mindfully about how self-care can best serve your changing wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause.

Some women in your age range are postmenopausal, while others are still in the peri transition phase. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to see if they think your experience is in line with peri. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause.

While most women in your age range are postmenopausal, it seems you are in the peri transition phase. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to see if they think your experience is in line with peri. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing postmenopause.

Welcome to a new era of you, . The first bit of good news? No more periods. The second? Most people gradually start to feel a lot better than they did during the more challenging peri transition phase. If you haven’t already, it’s time to think mindfully about self-care that best serves your new wellness needs. We recommend introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing postmenopause.

Because your period technically stopped before 40, we recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor if you haven’t connected with them already about your hormonal health. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. There are many perfectly natural and fairly common reasons why our hormones may fluctuate throughout our life. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing premenopause.

FYI: birth control can mask the early signs of perimenopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you, right now. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing premenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs of peri and post.

Most women in your age range begin to experience signs of perimenopause or have reached postmenopause, but it’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you when it comes to hormonal birth control. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you may be experiencing the start of perimenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs.

Pinpointing the start of this transition phase can sometimes be a bit tricky — which is totally normal! FYI: Birth control often masks the signs. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you, right now. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your changing wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs.

Most women in your age range begin to experience signs of perimenopause or have reached postmenopause, some a little later than others. FYI: Birth control often masks the signs of menopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you, right now. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your changing wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing postmenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs.

Welcome to a new era of you, . The first bit of good news? No more periods. FYI: Birth control often masks the traditional signs of menopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you, right now. If you haven’t already, it’s time to think mindfully about self-care that best serves your new wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, while you may be experiencing postmenopause, your birth control may also be masking the signs.

FYI: Birth control often masks the traditional signs of menopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. Because your period technically stopped before 40, we recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor if you haven’t connected with them already about your hormonal health. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. It’s a great time to start thinking mindfully about your hormonal health and a self-care routine that will best serve you. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs.

Some women in your age range begin to experience signs of perimenopause while others are still in premenopause. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. Birth control may be playing a role, and there are many perfectly natural and fairly common reasons why our hormones may fluctuate throughout our life. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you, right now. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

, it sounds like you’re experiencing perimenopause, but your birth control may be masking the signs.

While most women in your age range are postmenopausal, it seems you are in the peri transition phase. Birth control can play a role in this, so we recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to learn more and discuss what’s right for you when it comes to hormonal birth control. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. This is also a great time to think mindfully about how self-care can best serve your wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials, to your routine. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

Welcome to a new era of you,

Pinpointing a specific phase of menopause can sometimes be a bit tricky due to outside factors or life events that are often perfectly natural or fairly common. These labels only tell part of the story; it’s how you feel that matters most. It’s important to know that no two bodies menopause the same and that there’s a wide range of experiences. We recommend you schedule a chat with your doctor to discuss. If you haven’t already, it’s time to think mindfully about what self-care routine best serves your new wellness needs. Consider introducing key additions, like natural supplements and moisturizing essentials. Our entire line is designed to support you safely and holistically — wherever you are on your journey. Based on your answers today, we’ve built you a tailored regimen below to help you get started.

What's going on?
Starting with the onset of perimenopause, you may find it harder to concentrate or have trouble remembering things. The temporary stress and sleeplessness associated with your hormonal fluctuations during this phase can impact general brain function.

What can you do?
Talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about memory issues or declining mental performance. Where they leave off, Kindra's supplement line can give your brain a natural boost.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep.

What's going on?
If you’re feeling a little more down in the dumps or hyper-stressed when dealing with everyday things, you’re not alone. In fact, nearly 1 in 4 women report being in the same boat.

The hormonal changes that come with peri/menopause often occur during a time in our lives when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, divorce, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic. These internal shifts can make facing these challenges feel even more difficult and leave you feeling sad or anxious.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Kindra's supplement help you find the balance naturally. Always talk to your doctor about any concerns you have about feeling sad or anxious.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep Enhancing.

 

What's going on?
Changes in estrogen levels during perimenopause can impact your body's ability to cope with stress. From peri to post, women spend 40% of their lives in menopause, which often intersects with times in our life when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic.

What can you do?
Put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others, ladies. Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Having healthy boundaries and making time for you can help you manage stress and improve your overall health and well-being.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core.

 

What's going on?
If you’re feeling a little more down in the dumps or hyper-stressed when dealing with everyday things, you’re not alone. In fact, nearly 1 in 4 women report being in the same boat.

The hormonal changes that come with peri/menopause often occur during a time in our lives when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, divorce, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic. These internal shifts can make facing these challenges feel even more difficult and leave you feeling sad or anxious.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Kindra's supplement help you find the balance naturally. Always talk to your doctor about any concerns you have about feeling sad or anxious.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep Enhancing.

 

What's going on?
Changes in estrogen levels during perimenopause can bring unpredictable emotional swings, which can leave us feeling weepy, angry, anxious or stressed. You’re not imagining things and you’re definitely not alone—nearly 1 in 4 of all women in early perimenopause have experienced mood swings to some degree.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Making time for you can help you manage stress and improve your overall health and well-being.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep.

 

What's going on?
As many as 75% of women experience hot flashes—a rapid, spontaneous feeling of warmth that can cause profuse perspiration.

During a hot flash, your brain mistakenly senses that your body is too warm and sends a signal to cool you down immediately. Your blood vessels expand, causing you to sweat. Some women may also experience a flushed, red look.

What can you do?
Doctors are still trying to find the exact cause of hot flashes. But you can take additional measures to stay cool: turn down the thermostat, use cool wicking fabrics for clothes and sheets, turn on a fan, and have cold water available.

What natural ingredients help?
Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core, The Energy, & The Sleep.

What's going on?

Estrogen depletion causes vaginal skin—both inside and outside—to become thinner, drier, less elastic, and more fragile.

Your vagina will often feel noticeably drier than before perimenopause. In fact, many women experience discomfort when wiping, walking, or even sitting and other everyday activities. Vaginal dryness may also impact your sex life, but the right lotion or lubricant can easily help you feel ready for intimacy.

What can you do?
Kindra's Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Pair it with our revolutionary, reusable applicator. Unlike unnecessarily invasive drug store applicators, this first-of-its-kind beauty was designed to deliver soothing moisture where it's actually needed.

What natural ingredients help?
Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration. Rich oils like coconut oil, safflower seed oil, and sunflower oil organically assist with skin elasticity, retaining water, and protecting from harmful irritants. All these plant-powered ingredients come together in our bestselling The Daily Vaginal Lotion.

What's going on?

During peri/menopause you may feel like your skin is drier than usual. As our estrogen levels go down, so do our collagen levels. These decreased collagen levels can cause our skin to feel dry and flaky, day after day. The result? You may be uncomfortable and sometimes in pain, and you may notice that your favorite lotion is no longer working like it used to.


What Can you do?

Find hydration designed with the special needs of your skin in mind. Apply lotion after bathing, showering, or washing your hands to help skin stay hydrated and more resistant to damage.

What natural ingredients help?

Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration, while Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, helps to form a barrier that locks moisture in. B5 is a must for mature skin— it absorbs moisture from the air, directing it towards sensitive areas that need it most — found in The Body Lotion.

What's going on?

Your hormones and your joints are a package deal, but there are many ways to ease the journey.

What can you do?

Regular low-impact exercise and a balanced diet are great places to start when it comes to joint health. All of our supplements contain super-antioxidant French Maritime Pine Bark (aka: Pycnogenol) which is an amazing menopause multi-tasker proven to improve joint pain.

What's going on?

Estrogen depletion causes vaginal skin—both inside and out—to become thinner, drier, less elastic, and more fragile. Vaginal dryness may also impact your sex life, but the right lotion or lubricant can easily help you feel ready for intimacy.


What can you do?

Kindra's Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Women report feeling more ready for intimacy when using the lotion regularly.

What natural ingredients help?

Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration. Rich oils like coconut oil, safflower seed oil, and sunflower oil organically assist with skin elasticity, retaining water, and protecting from harmful irritants. All these plant-powered ingredients come together in our bestselling The Daily Vaginal Lotion.

What's going on?

Desire is deeply personal and a number of factors can impact our sex drive. Yet before the change, our libido naturally peaks around our ovulation. But as periods and ovulation become less frequent or non existent, those gotta have it monthly urges may become less frequent too. Less estrogen also means less blood flow to the vagina and an increase in dryness, making it harder to get in or stay in the mood.

 

What can you do?

Manage stress, any physical discomfort, and — above all — get in touch with your changing needs and desires. Sometimes a little “you time” is just the thing to rekindle “we time.” Masturbation, foreplay, or simply giving intercourse a whirl with the help of a hydrator to ease the way for you and your partner can all aid in kickstarting your libido. Regular sexual activity can help promote blood flow and reduce dryness, too.

What natural ingredients help?

All of our supplements contain super-antioxidant French Maritime Pine Bark (aka: Pycnogenol), which is an amazing menopause multi-tasker proven to promote healthy circulation. Our Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Women report feeling more ready for intimacy when using the lotion regularly.

What's going on?

You may experience some sleeplessness beginning in early perimenopause. Night sweats as well as increased sensitivity to noise and light can all contribute to disrupted sleep.

What can you do?

Reduce nighttime disruptions with sleep masks, earplugs, white noise machines, light blocking window treatments, and a more intentional, relaxing bedtime routine, so once you fall asleep, you stay asleep. 

What natural ingredients help?

Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core & The Sleep.

Melatonin, a natural supplement, helps signal to the body that it's time to sleep. — found in The Sleep

What's going on?
Night sweats are hot flashes that happen in your sleep. Night sweats occur when your brain mistakenly senses that your body is too warm and sends a signal to cool you down immediately. Your blood vessels expand, giving off extra heat and causing you to sweat. Even if the hot flash doesn’t wake you, being drenched with sweat and the associated cold chill that follows often does.

What can you do?
Take additional measures to stay cool: turn down the thermostat, use cool wicking fabrics for clothes and sheets, turn on a fan, and have cold water available. Relieve night sweats from the inside out with Kindra's line of body-balancing supplements.

What natural ingredients help?
Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core, The Energy, & The Sleep.

What's going on?

Hormonal changes can make us more likely to gain weight around our belly, but hormonal changes alone don't necessarily cause weight gain during menopause. Aging, lifestyle, and genetic factors play a big role here as well.

What can you do?

Diet, exercise, rest, and managing stress are key to maintaining a healthy weight as you age. Our Sleep and Core supplements are here to help you with managing stress and get a good night’s sleep.

What's going on?
You may experience sleep disturbances as your hormones shift on your menopause journey. Most people report less restful sleep as they mature. In addition, sleep disturbances caused by night sweats may also cause fatigue.

Growing evidence shows that sleep is essential for good health and normal functioning; most adults require 6-9 hours of sleep each night. If you find you have trouble staying alert during waking hours, the best first step is an earlier bedtime.

What can you do?
Be mindful of and address factors that can interfere with restful sleep, like stress, anxiety, and night sweats.

Adopt good sleep hygiene—follow a regular sleep schedule, stay cool at night, get regular exercise, meditate, use sleep masks, earplugs, white noise machines, light blocking window treatments, and make sleep a priority in your life.

What natural ingredients help?
Green Tea is famous for its gently energizing antioxidant qualities. We paired it with Pycnogenol in our antioxidant packed Energy Supplement.

Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — also found in The Core & The Sleep.

Melatonin is produced naturally in our bodies, and helps signal to our body that it's time to sleep. — give your melatonin levels a boost with The Sleep Enhancing Supplement.

What’s going on?


Your hair and your hormones are a package deal. When estrogen and progesterone levels decline, hair growth slows and hair loss may become more pronounced. The good news is most people who see hair loss around the time of their menopause transition do not have anything medically wrong with their bodies, and hair loss does tend to slow in postmenopause with time. 


What can you do?

A healthy diet, thickening shampoos and conditioners, topical or oral solutions, and even some medications or laser therapies can help your hair look and feel its best. Talk to your doctor about what may work best for you, especially if your scalp is irritated or your hair loss seems rapid or unusual in pattern. Take it easy on straighteners or chemicals that can exasperate hair loss challenges, and manage your stress. Our Core and Sleep supplements include a powerful stress adaptogen, Ashwagandha, to help you find the balance.

Brain Fog Brain Fog

What's going on?
Starting with the onset of perimenopause, you may find it harder to concentrate or have trouble remembering things. The temporary stress and sleeplessness associated with your hormonal fluctuations during this phase can impact general brain function.

What can you do?
Talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about memory issues or declining mental performance. Where they leave off, Kindra's supplement line can give your brain a natural boost.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep.

Sad or Anxious Sad or Anxious

What's going on?
If you’re feeling a little more down in the dumps or hyper-stressed when dealing with everyday things, you’re not alone. In fact, nearly 1 in 4 women report being in the same boat.

The hormonal changes that come with peri/menopause often occur during a time in our lives when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, divorce, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic. These internal shifts can make facing these challenges feel even more difficult and leave you feeling sad or anxious.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Kindra's supplement help you find the balance naturally. Always talk to your doctor about any concerns you have about feeling sad or anxious.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep Enhancing.

 

Stress Stress

What's going on?
Changes in estrogen levels during perimenopause can impact your body's ability to cope with stress. From peri to post, women spend 40% of their lives in menopause, which often intersects with times in our life when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic.

What can you do?
Put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others, ladies. Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Having healthy boundaries and making time for you can help you manage stress and improve your overall health and well-being.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core.

 

Sad or Anxious Sad or Anxious

What's going on?
If you’re feeling a little more down in the dumps or hyper-stressed when dealing with everyday things, you’re not alone. In fact, nearly 1 in 4 women report being in the same boat.

The hormonal changes that come with peri/menopause often occur during a time in our lives when we may be facing other major transitions like retirement or career changes, divorce, caring for aging parents, empty-nesting, reverse empty-nesting if your adult child returns home, or even a global pandemic. These internal shifts can make facing these challenges feel even more difficult and leave you feeling sad or anxious.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Kindra's supplement help you find the balance naturally. Always talk to your doctor about any concerns you have about feeling sad or anxious.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep Enhancing.

 

Mood Swings Mood Swings

What's going on?
Changes in estrogen levels during perimenopause can bring unpredictable emotional swings, which can leave us feeling weepy, angry, anxious or stressed. You’re not imagining things and you’re definitely not alone—nearly 1 in 4 of all women in early perimenopause have experienced mood swings to some degree.

What can you do?
Focus on creating a restorative self-care routine that works for you. Making time for you can help you manage stress and improve your overall health and well-being.

What natural ingredients help?
Ashwaganda, a healthy herb hero, lowers mental and body stress — found in The Core & The Sleep.

 

Hot Flashes Hot Flashes

What's going on?
As many as 75% of women experience hot flashes—a rapid, spontaneous feeling of warmth that can cause profuse perspiration.

During a hot flash, your brain mistakenly senses that your body is too warm and sends a signal to cool you down immediately. Your blood vessels expand, causing you to sweat. Some women may also experience a flushed, red look.

What can you do?
Doctors are still trying to find the exact cause of hot flashes. But you can take additional measures to stay cool: turn down the thermostat, use cool wicking fabrics for clothes and sheets, turn on a fan, and have cold water available.

What natural ingredients help?
Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core, The Energy, & The Sleep.

Vaginal Dryness Vaginal Dryness

What's going on?

Estrogen depletion causes vaginal skin—both inside and outside—to become thinner, drier, less elastic, and more fragile.

Your vagina will often feel noticeably drier than before perimenopause. In fact, many women experience discomfort when wiping, walking, or even sitting and other everyday activities. Vaginal dryness may also impact your sex life, but the right lotion or lubricant can easily help you feel ready for intimacy.

What can you do?
Kindra's Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Pair it with our revolutionary, reusable applicator. Unlike unnecessarily invasive drug store applicators, this first-of-its-kind beauty was designed to deliver soothing moisture where it's actually needed.

What natural ingredients help?
Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration. Rich oils like coconut oil, safflower seed oil, and sunflower oil organically assist with skin elasticity, retaining water, and protecting from harmful irritants. All these plant-powered ingredients come together in our bestselling The Daily Vaginal Lotion.

Skin Dryness Skin Dryness

What's going on?

During peri/menopause you may feel like your skin is drier than usual. As our estrogen levels go down, so do our collagen levels. These decreased collagen levels can cause our skin to feel dry and flaky, day after day. The result? You may be uncomfortable and sometimes in pain, and you may notice that your favorite lotion is no longer working like it used to.


What Can you do?

Find hydration designed with the special needs of your skin in mind. Apply lotion after bathing, showering, or washing your hands to help skin stay hydrated and more resistant to damage.

What natural ingredients help?

Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration, while Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, helps to form a barrier that locks moisture in. B5 is a must for mature skin— it absorbs moisture from the air, directing it towards sensitive areas that need it most — found in The Body Lotion.

Joint Pain Joint Pain

What's going on?

Your hormones and your joints are a package deal, but there are many ways to ease the journey.

What can you do?

Regular low-impact exercise and a balanced diet are great places to start when it comes to joint health. All of our supplements contain super-antioxidant French Maritime Pine Bark (aka: Pycnogenol) which is an amazing menopause multi-tasker proven to improve joint pain.

Painful Sex Painful Sex

What's going on?

Estrogen depletion causes vaginal skin—both inside and out—to become thinner, drier, less elastic, and more fragile. Vaginal dryness may also impact your sex life, but the right lotion or lubricant can easily help you feel ready for intimacy.


What can you do?

Kindra's Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Women report feeling more ready for intimacy when using the lotion regularly.

What natural ingredients help?

Vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory fatty antioxidant, decadently restores lost hydration. Rich oils like coconut oil, safflower seed oil, and sunflower oil organically assist with skin elasticity, retaining water, and protecting from harmful irritants. All these plant-powered ingredients come together in our bestselling The Daily Vaginal Lotion.

Low Libido Low Libido

What's going on?

Desire is deeply personal and a number of factors can impact our sex drive. Yet before the change, our libido naturally peaks around our ovulation. But as periods and ovulation become less frequent or non existent, those gotta have it monthly urges may become less frequent too. Less estrogen also means less blood flow to the vagina and an increase in dryness, making it harder to get in or stay in the mood.

 

What can you do?

Manage stress, any physical discomfort, and — above all — get in touch with your changing needs and desires. Sometimes a little “you time” is just the thing to rekindle “we time.” Masturbation, foreplay, or simply giving intercourse a whirl with the help of a hydrator to ease the way for you and your partner can all aid in kickstarting your libido. Regular sexual activity can help promote blood flow and reduce dryness, too.

What natural ingredients help?

All of our supplements contain super-antioxidant French Maritime Pine Bark (aka: Pycnogenol), which is an amazing menopause multi-tasker proven to promote healthy circulation. Our Daily Vaginal Lotion is uniquely formulated to relieve and improve vaginal dryness. Women report feeling more ready for intimacy when using the lotion regularly.

Trouble Sleeping Trouble Sleeping

What's going on?

You may experience some sleeplessness beginning in early perimenopause. Night sweats as well as increased sensitivity to noise and light can all contribute to disrupted sleep.

What can you do?

Reduce nighttime disruptions with sleep masks, earplugs, white noise machines, light blocking window treatments, and a more intentional, relaxing bedtime routine, so once you fall asleep, you stay asleep. 

What natural ingredients help?

Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core & The Sleep.

Melatonin, a natural supplement, helps signal to the body that it's time to sleep. — found in The Sleep

Night Sweats Night Sweats

What's going on?
Night sweats are hot flashes that happen in your sleep. Night sweats occur when your brain mistakenly senses that your body is too warm and sends a signal to cool you down immediately. Your blood vessels expand, giving off extra heat and causing you to sweat. Even if the hot flash doesn’t wake you, being drenched with sweat and the associated cold chill that follows often does.

What can you do?
Take additional measures to stay cool: turn down the thermostat, use cool wicking fabrics for clothes and sheets, turn on a fan, and have cold water available. Relieve night sweats from the inside out with Kindra's line of body-balancing supplements.

What natural ingredients help?
Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — found in The Core, The Energy, & The Sleep.

Weight Gain Weight Gain

What's going on?

Hormonal changes can make us more likely to gain weight around our belly, but hormonal changes alone don't necessarily cause weight gain during menopause. Aging, lifestyle, and genetic factors play a big role here as well.

What can you do?

Diet, exercise, rest, and managing stress are key to maintaining a healthy weight as you age. Our Sleep and Core supplements are here to help you with managing stress and get a good night’s sleep.

Fatigue Fatigue

What's going on?
You may experience sleep disturbances as your hormones shift on your menopause journey. Most people report less restful sleep as they mature. In addition, sleep disturbances caused by night sweats may also cause fatigue.

Growing evidence shows that sleep is essential for good health and normal functioning; most adults require 6-9 hours of sleep each night. If you find you have trouble staying alert during waking hours, the best first step is an earlier bedtime.

What can you do?
Be mindful of and address factors that can interfere with restful sleep, like stress, anxiety, and night sweats.

Adopt good sleep hygiene—follow a regular sleep schedule, stay cool at night, get regular exercise, meditate, use sleep masks, earplugs, white noise machines, light blocking window treatments, and make sleep a priority in your life.

What natural ingredients help?
Green Tea is famous for its gently energizing antioxidant qualities. We paired it with Pycnogenol in our antioxidant packed Energy Supplement.

Pycnogenol, basically the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, regulates blood flow for cooling body comfort — also found in The Core & The Sleep.

Melatonin is produced naturally in our bodies, and helps signal to our body that it's time to sleep. — give your melatonin levels a boost with The Sleep Enhancing Supplement.

Hair Loss Hair Loss

What’s going on?


Your hair and your hormones are a package deal. When estrogen and progesterone levels decline, hair growth slows and hair loss may become more pronounced. The good news is most people who see hair loss around the time of their menopause transition do not have anything medically wrong with their bodies, and hair loss does tend to slow in postmenopause with time. 


What can you do?

A healthy diet, thickening shampoos and conditioners, topical or oral solutions, and even some medications or laser therapies can help your hair look and feel its best. Talk to your doctor about what may work best for you, especially if your scalp is irritated or your hair loss seems rapid or unusual in pattern. Take it easy on straighteners or chemicals that can exasperate hair loss challenges, and manage your stress. Our Core and Sleep supplements include a powerful stress adaptogen, Ashwagandha, to help you find the balance.

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