Trust is a complex and multifaceted concept that is integral to many aspects of our lives—and becoming a parent triggers our deepest sense of self-reliance and self-trust.

The science behind trust is still being studied and understood, but there is evidence to suggest that certain hormones play a role in its formation and maintenance. One hormone that has been identified as particularly important in this regard is oxytocin.

Oxytocin is often referred to as the "love hormone" because of its role in bonding, attachment, and social interactions.

One of the primary functions of oxytocin is its role in conception, pregnancy, and childbirth.

During labor, oxytocin is responsible for the contractions of the uterus that help to bring the baby into the world. It is also involved in the production of breast milk, which is essential for nourishing and nurturing newborns.

There are many things that can boost oxytocin levels in the body. One of the most effective ways to do this is through physical touch, such as hugging, holding hands, or cuddling. Sharing intimate moments and experiences with others, such as having meaningful conversations or engaging in activities that promote bonding, can also increase oxytocin levels.

However, without close friends nearby, in the absence of comfort, while in the fight-or-flight response of sleep deprivation, and fear of caring for a new baby, oxytocin production can be thwarted.

We’re here to help you minimize the mess and the stress and optimize oxytocin production.

How? Another way to boost oxytocin is by manifesting comfort and self-love. When we feel safe, loved, and accepted, our bodies naturally produce more oxytocin, which can help to strengthen our relationships and increase our feelings of trust and connection with others.

Our products reduce mess, promote hygiene, and ensure ease and comfort. Just by eradicating the little stressors and making you feel comfortable, you will be more likely to access the chemical pathway of oxytocin.

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