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Suzy Levy

Suzy Levy For years, I didn't value myself and struggled with very low self-esteem. Through a lot of self-work, I came to realize that I am the only one that had the power to change myself. At every point in my life, I looked for ways to cultivate self-acceptance and self-love. Enrolling in a bachelor's degree program marked a significant turning point for me. As I successfully completed my studies, it gave me more confidence in my abilities. It was during this period that I met my partner, leading to our marriage. The birth of our first daughter a year later brought me immense joy and contributed to the gradual strengthening of my self-confidence. Four years down the road, the...

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Sahar Cesleris

Sahar Cesleris For many years, I lived with a family that idolized thinness. I was never particularly thin, but rather curvy, and food served as one of my comforts and sources of enjoyment. As a child, I always compared myself to others and was jealous of anyone who was thinner. No matter how many times a day I was told that I was beautiful and stunning, I didn't believe it. After a few years, I began a journey of self-growth, a journey that I continue to pursue that remains ongoing. Slowly, I came to accept my curves, eventually feeling proud of my body just the way it is. Though the process of self-acceptance remains a daily struggle, I remind myself...

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Meggy Offek

Meggy Offek From a young age, I knew that if I didn't take care of myself, there was no one else who would do it for me. I understood the importance of hard work in achieving success and realized that I was responsible not only for myself but also for those around me. However, no one had prepared me for the challenges that lay ahead. At the age of thirty, already a mother to a young girl, I took a bold step and opened my first kindergarten. Despite facing skepticism from others who doubted my abilities, I was determined to prove them wrong. I rented a small space designed for up to a hundred children, but I initially enrolled just...

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Neli Vorobyov

Neli Vorobyov Today I look at myself in the mirror and smile; I love what I see. But as a teenager in high school struggling with acne, that was not as easy to say. Back then the red blobs were all I could see on my face. I envied others with clear skin and was sure that's what defined true beauty. With time and age, the amount of acne steadily decreased and I decided to give the rest of my face a fair look, even though the acne had not completely vanished. What I found was incredible beauty, in my eyes, nose, lips, freckles, smile, hair and more. Now in my mid-twenties, I choose to see revel in my own...

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