Win A Fiera ‘Arouser For Her’ and Spark Desire In Your Relationship

Your sex life may have slowed down in recent years, but we’re excited to report there is a new drug-free product on the market, called Fiera, which can help get you in the mood. Today, FabOverFifty is giving away a Fiera to one lucky lady!


Fiera Arouser for Her
($250) is like no other tool to enhance intimacy. A small, hands-free product. Fiera enhances arousal and increases desire, helping get your body ready for an enjoyable sexual experience.

Fiera is shaped to fit comfortably between the inner and outer labia, atop the clitoris. Once you press the power button, the product will softly seal itself to your body, and then three tiny stimulators gently surround the clitoris to provide additional stimulation. Buttons on the topside of Fiera control the pattern and intensity of the stimulatiors, ranging from soft and slow to harder and speedier (but not so hard or fast to cause any discomfort.)  A soft, removable cover, called a SofSense ring, is snapped into place before each use, and washed in warm, soapy water between uses.

Switching intensity levels and patterns are easy, once you get the hang of it, and little lights tell you when Fiera is attaching, properly suctioned, or needs to be recharged. The settings, combined with the gentle suction, help you find the ideal combination to enhance arousal and desire. Fiera isn’t meant to give you an orgasm, but to get you in the mood, both physically and mentally, to have one, with or without a partner. Using it before masturbation definitely enhances your orgasm. The user guide explains that it can take three to four times before you feel that you’ve positioned Fiera so it’s most effective.

By the way, Fiera isn’t just for menopausal or postmenopausal women. Other stressors, including pregnancy, breastfeeding, or lack of sleep, can negatively impact sexual interest and response.

To enter to win your own Fiera, fill out the form below. Once you’ve entered, leave a comment explaining why YOU want to win!

By entering this giveaway, you agree to receive emails from FabOverFifty and Nuelle, the makers of Fiera.


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1 FOF will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 1, 2016 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

How To Get The Passion Back In Your Sex Life

Remember when you were so intensely attracted to a man (or woman), the simple touch of his fingers on your neck or bare arm would make you come close to orgasm?

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Sometimes, just thinking about him was all you needed. Well, that was then, and this is now. And now, it takes a great deal more than fingers fluttering up your arm to get your heart racing and your blood flowing down below. As a matter of fact, “loss of desire is the most common sexual problem for postmenopausal women, as they lose testosterone,” says Sheryl A. Kingsberg, PhD, in a conversation titled Sex, Lies & Menopause: How Menopause Affects Your Sex Life, part of a DVD series called Menopause Talks.9a9c7677-af3d-4e86-b700-f1d8747592d4

“The length of a relationship can impair great passion. Once that fades, you have to find other ways to engage,” adds Dr. Kingsberg, who is Chief of Behavioral Medicine, University Hospitals of Cleveland. As desire loses spontaneity, a woman often needs to first get aroused before she develops desire.

Achieving orgasm also takes much longer, and women often want to know if that can “be fixed,” notes Dr. Alan Altman, considered among the top experts in menopausal medicine in the United States. “One patient told me her ‘orgasms are no longer the Rocky Mountains; they’re the Blue Mountains.’ This is a natural change over time,” he explains on the Menopause Talks DVD he shares with Dr. Kingsberg. There is an  infinite number of ways to experience sex. Not every woman is orgasmic, Dr. Kingsberg adds.

Contrary to what millions of women believe, intercourse is not a reliable way for women to reach orgasm.The majority of them–70 percent–are not reliably orgasmic with penetrative sex, especially when the man is positioned on top, Dr. Kingsberg says.

The difficulty in obtaining orgasms, whether it’s the length of time it takes or the loss of desire, can be stressful, the doctors agree. There are ways to help, including directed masturbation therapies, exercises to tighten the vaginal muscles, and a new laser treatment that can help tighten the vagina and improve its lining, which stretches out and thins, especially after vaginal childbirth.

Today, FabOverFifty would like to introduce you to Fiera Arouser for Her, like no other tool to enhance intimacy on the market. It’s not a vibrator. It’s not a pill or supplement. It’s not a cream or gel. It’s a small, discreet and hands-free product which enhances arousal and increases desire, helping get your body ready for an enjoyable sexual experience.

Fiera is shaped to fit comfortably between the inner and outer labia, atop the clitoris. Once the power button is pressed, the product softly seal itself to your body with gentle suction, and then a trio of tiny vibrating stimulators gently surround the clitoris to provide extra stimulation and send blood into the area. Buttons on the topside of Fiera control the pattern and intensity of the stimulators, ranging from soft and slow to harder and speedier (but not so hard or fast to cause any discomfort.)  A soft, removable cover, called a SofSense ring, is snapped into place before each use, and washed in warm, soapy water between uses.

A great little product before sex or masturbation

It’s pretty easy to switch speeds and patterns, once you get the hang of it, and little lights tell you when Fiera is attaching, properly suctioned, or needs to be recharged. The settings, combined with the gentle suction, help you find the ideal combination to enhance arousal and desire. The clever little thing isn’t meant to give you an out-and-out orgasm, but to get you in the mood-physically and mentally-to have one, whether or not you have a partner. Using it before masturbation definitely enhances your orgasm. The user guide explains that it can take three to four times before you feel that you’ve positioned Fiera so it’s most effective.

fieraBy the way, Fiera isn’t just for menopausal or postmenopausal women. Other stressors, including pregnancy, breastfeeding, or lack of sleep, can negatively impact sexual interest and response.
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BUTTONto spark desire in your relationship. Enter code 5AFOF4 to receive $50 OFF your Fiera, valid through 8/31/16.

This post is sponsored by Fiera, a new way to spark desire. Thanks for supporting FabOverFifty!

What In The World Is Vaginal Dilation Therapy?!

It’s exciting that women’s sexual health has become an increasingly “hot topic” in the media, and we’re less embarrassed to talk to our doctors about the changes in our bodies, beginning in our 40s.

Faced with decreasing estrogen levels, many women will experience some form of vaginal discomfort, such as dryness, tightness, pain and an uncomfortable burning sensation. While perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms affect our overall health, they also can affect our sexual health. After all, who can enjoy sex when it hurts?

Vaginal dilation therapy is a safe and effective way to strengthen and retrain the vagina to alleviate painful intercourse. Here’s what you should know:

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SV-SMALL-SET-w-pouch2-450x450_1024x1024Vaginal dilators are phallic devices used to restore the capacity and elasticity of the vagina. Vaginal dilators, like those from Soul Source, are made of easy-to-clean silicone rubber that resembles body tissue and retains body heat for comfort. The dilators come in eight sizes, and are available individually or packaged in sets, depending on the severity of your tightness.  A gynecologist can help figure out what sizes are right for you.

header_21. Decreasing estrogen levels can cause the vaginal tissue to become thinner and dryer, leading to a condition called Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause. Women also can experience tightness and discomfort during intercourse, a condition called dyspareunia.

2. Radiation for certain cancer treatments, such as bladder, rectum, lymph glands, uterus, or cervix, can cause a condition called vaginal stenosis, which is the narrowing and/or loss of flexibility of the vagina. Chemotherapy also can trigger symptoms of early menopause, including Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause.

3. A condition called vaginismus (pelvic floor myalgia) causes involuntary spasms, and the vagina can actually close up. Sexual health experts agree that vaginismus accounts for many unconsummated sexual relationships as well as painful sex and difficult pelvic exams.

“Dilators remain mysterious and intimidating to many women and frankly to many health care practitioners as well.  As a gynecologist with expertise in female sexual health, I rely heavily on vaginal dilators as a mainstay treatment for women with painful intercourse due to vaginal atrophy of menopause, tense vaginal muscles, or as a result of vaginal surgery or radiation,” says Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a New York gynecologist concentrating on women’s sexual health.

Learn more about vaginal dilation therapy here.

This post it brought to you by Soul Source. Thanks for supporting FabOverFifty!

The New Age Of The Condom

The latex condom came to market almost 70 years ago, followed by the addition of lubrication and the reservoir tip.

Since then, there haven’t been any significant developments in the market, beyond ‘cosmetic’ additions such as ribs, dots and flavors, or alternative materials like polyisoprene or polyurethane for those who can’t tolerate latex. The actual design of the condom is basically the same as it was when it was introduced.

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The major global condom manufacturers have a virtual monopoly, and don’t feel the need to innovate, explains Cindy Gallop, respected feminist activist. (more…)

Time To Tune Into Remote-Controlled Sex

Is your sex life stagnating, or dare we say, a thing of the past? If you answered yes to either situation, you and your partner might want to consider taking new sexual sexual journeys using the smart–and effective–devices from LELO, the world leader in intimate lifestyle products.

Remote-controlled toys are among the hottest today because they can help you react to intimate moments quickly and easily, without fumbling around. You or your partner simply take the control, and away you go! An amazing new app, called Remoji, even lets you control your intimate toys from your phone.

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Do You Enjoy Regular Sex?

 

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“Been there, done that,” you’re saying to yourself, about the last question. OK, so you’re not a sexual dynamo.

Not a problem. Bet you didn’t know, however, that sex ranks right up there when it comes to maintaining your general health. “Women who have regular sex have less depression, cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease. And those with poorer health have less sex. The two clearly are intertwined,” asserts Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a New York doctor who has dropped the obstetrical part of her obstetrics-gynecology practice to concentrate on the feminine sexual health of her aging patients. (more…)

Win A Lovely LILY 2 & Candle From LELO!

LELO, the world leader in intimate lifestyle products, recognizes the achievements of women every day. But today, in honor of International Women’s Day, it wants to give one lucky lady two special gifts.

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6 Sensual Devices To Start Using On Valentine’s Day (And Forever More)

It’s never too late to try something new in the bedroom!

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we thought we’d check out the latest and greatest from LELO, the world leader in intimate lifestyle products. Use this romantic holiday to liven up your sex life and keep things hot, hot, hot!

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5 Gifts To Bring Fantasy Back Into The Bedroom

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Do You Have A Difficult Time Getting “In The Mood”?

Remember when you were so physically attracted to someone, all you had to do was think about him, and you’d want to jump into bed? Now, even if you love your husband or partner with all your heart, it’s not quite so easy getting “in the mood,” is it?

A recent FabOverFifty poll of 300 women, 45+,
revealed that a whopping 54 percent of you have a difficult time–sometimes or often–getting aroused or in the mood before intercourse, and 78 percent believe that your sexual experiences would definitely improve
if you were “more aroused” before sex.

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