Leakproof Underwear – Dr. Jessica Lubhan

Leakproof Underwear

Dr. Jessica Lubhan has created a leakproof underwear that you’ll actually enjoy wearing!

Jessica Lubahn, MD is a medical doctor, specializing in urology. She’s a health writer and consultant. Additionally, she’s the founder of ONDRwear (ondrwear.com) which are luxe leakproof underwear, whose mission is to destigmatize urinary, menstrual and any other leakage by creating products both highly effective and beautiful.

1 in 3 women over the age of 50 have incontinence issues

Dr. Jessican Lubhan, MD

Incontinence is a very common issue among women. And yet, it’s still somewhat taboo to talk about it. Yes, it’s embarrassing. Yes, it’s not the most comfortable topic. But, we’re here to serve women and help them feel more confident. And so, despite that taboo, we’re going to talk about leakage and incontinence here on The Get Foxy Show. Because, when you’re feeling confident, it shines through. And that, dear friends, is foxy!

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What is Urology
  • How Jessica became a Urologist
  • Most common conditions Jessica sees in her clinic
  • 1 in 3 Women have issues with incontinence
  • The creation of Ondrwear
  • Taking away the embarrassment and stigma
  • The 2 most common causes of incontinence
  • Ondrwear is leakproof underwear that looks great 
  • Situations where Ondrwear can be useful
  • How an MD developed a textile underwear product
  • Jessica’s definition of foxy

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Live Joy Your Way – Kamini Wood

Live Joy Your Way - Kamini Wood

Live Joy Your Way is the mantra of best-selling author Kamini Wood.

Kamini Wood is the founder and CEO of Live Joy Your Way and the AuthenticMe® RiseUp program. An international best-selling author Kamini is driven to support people of all ages in healing their relationship with themselves and to stop outsourcing their self-worth. Her clients become confident, resilient self-leaders with healthier relationships. Kamini is a certified life coach, board-certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, holds specialty certifications in Conscious Uncoupling®, NewMoney Story® and teen life coaching. Kamini aims to meet her clients where they are, supporting and guiding them on their journey to where they want to be, both personally and professionally. 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What does it mean to “live joy your way”
  • Social Media = curbside appeal
  • Uncovering your false beliefs
  • Owning how you show up
  • Compassionate Communication
  • How Kamini came into her profession
  • The problem with people pleasing
  • Self-care is selflessness
  • Nurturing yourself is important
  • Embracing the fact that you are unique
  • Being authentically you is key
  • Kamini’s definition of foxy
  • Keeping your word is important. Especially to your own self
  • You are of value to this world without people pleasing

Learn more and chat with Kamini:




The Cannabis Prescription – Colleen Higgins, R.Ph.

The Cannabis Prescription

Pharmacist Colleen Higgins talks to us about The Cannabis Prescription – how to use Medicinal Marijuana to reduce or replace pharmaceutical medications.

Colleen Higgins is a pharmacist, author of The Cannabis Prescription, and a speaker who helps translate the complex world of pharmaceutical and cannabis medicine into an accessible language for patients and caregivers.

Colleen is certified in Diabetes Management, Medication Therapy Management and as a Pain Management Specialty Pharmacist.

She has been helping patients understand how to get the most out of their medications for almost thirty years, first in various retail pharmacies, and most recently as a cannabis pharmacist in the medical marijuana program in Connecticut.

In March of 2020, Colleen completed her first book, The Cannabis Prescription: How to Use Medical Marijuana to Reduce or Replace Pharmaceutical Medications. She currently works at a medical cannabis dispensary where she consults with new patients on the proper way to medicate with cannabis in order to achieve the best results.

She created SwayInnovations.com, an educational website designed to translate cannabis science, in order to make it more accessible for both patients and healthcare professionals.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • The creation of Sway Innovations
  • The wrong way to use cannabis
  • Details from The Cannabis Prescription
  • The keys to finding success in cannabis usage
  • Various methods of delivery
  • Determining proper dosages and ratios of CBD and TCH
  • What is CBD
  • THC-A vs. THC
  • Properties of CBG and CBN
  • The line between recreational and medical cannabis use
  • Inhalation methods
  • The danger of cannabis concentrates 
  • Colleen’s definition of foxy
  • Who is foxy in Colleen’s world

The 6% Podcast – Nancy Yen Shipley, MD

The 6% Podcast - Nancy Yen Shipley MD

Getting foxy with The 6% Podcast and Dr. Nancy, MD

Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley is passionate about sharing her path to finding her inner renaissance woman with others, in particular the next generation of future women leaders. She is is an orthopaedic surgeon, speaker, host of The 6% Podcast producer and host of podcast The 6% with NancyMD, and on the podcast, shares the inspiring stories of women thriving in traditionally male-dominated fields.

As a mentor and champion for equity and diversity, she brings awareness to this through speaking engagements and an active online presence, with a following of over 25k on social media platforms. She has been a featured contributor on KevinMD.com, Women’s Health Conversations, among multiple other online and traditional media outlets.

Dr. Yen Shipley is an unabashed late-bloomer. She graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in Psychology. She took a non-traditional path to medicine, first working in the snowboarding industry and event planning, before finding her passion in medicine. In medical school, despite being told “girls don’t do ortho”, entered internship and residency in orthopaedic surgery followed by a sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship. She is now in private practice in Portland, Oregon and enjoys caring for athletes of all levels, and is a team physician for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team.

In her free time, Dr. Yen Shipley enjoys spending time with her son and husband, snowboarding, stand up paddleboarding, playing tennis, and enjoying the great outdoors and the great food in her adopted hometown of Portland.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Nancy became an Orthopedic Surgeon
  • What Nancy and Terry have in common
  • How Nancy created The 6% Podcast
  • Yin/Feminine and Yang/Masculine Dynamics
  • Nancy’s favorite guests on The 6%
  • Finding amazing show guests
  • Nancy’s definition of foxy
  • How to overcome Impostor Syndrome
  • Who embodies foxiness
  • How to maintain your foxiness
  • Saying no is ok.

Learn more about Nancy and The 6%

The Joyful Approach – Joy Dushey

Joy Dushey - The Joyful Approach

The Joyful Approach gets you feeling foxy!

Joy Dushey, creator of The Joyful Approach, is a New York based transformative coach, holistic guide, mentor and Breathwork facilitator. She specializes in inspiring people of all ages to start living optimal vital lives by nurturing the balance of mind body and spirit and empowers them to living more authentically so they can return to their true essence. Her greatest passion is in building conscious community and co-creating with likeminded innovators. (And that’s why she’s on with us today!)

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What is the Joyful Approach
  • Key tenets of Joy’s program
  • Self-awareness is where you begin
  • Finding balance between being busy and being still
  • What is a sound bath
  • Alchemical Breathwork
  • Outstanding transformations
  • Joy’s definition of foxy
  • Foxy women need foxy women to boost each other up
  • Joy’s once piece of advice on how to stay foxy

Click to check out Joy’s podcast, The Methodology.

Find Joy on Instagram and Facebook here.

Better Collagen with Whole Food Supplements

Terry Fox, L.Ac

Better collagen production means looking more youthful and vibrant.

When talking about collagen production and helping women get healthier while looking younger, Terry Fox, L.Ac., LMT, is Northern Colorado’s leading expert in Aesthetic and Facial Acupuncture

When he was 17, Terry’s mother was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Inspired to relieve her pain, Terry attended the Utah College of Massage Therapy. In 1999, he assisted in the creation of the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming at Ivinson Memorial Hospital in Laramie, WY. Four years later, Terry progressed into Acupuncture and earned his Master’s Degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2006, he moved to Fort Collins, CO and founded Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine. 

Terry has served as Secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, was voted Best Colorado Acupuncturist 2015 and 2016 according to The Experience Pros radio show. He’s been featured in Northern Colorado Medical and Wellness Magazine and Regenerate magazine. He’s also been a guest on podcasts such as Intimate Conversations with Allana Pratt and A Dr.’s Perspective with Dr. Justin Trosclair. And, he hosts his own podcast, The Get Foxy Show – talking with other experts in Holistic Health, Natural Beauty and Passionate Living. 

By fostering their health and wellbeing, Terry helps women manifest their own inherent beauty and divine femininity – without succumbing to toxins, fillers, or scalpels. He is fostering a rebellion against our current “toxic beauty” culture. Terry believes each patient is a precious child of God and should be treated accordingly. Patients have described him as “knowledgeable, caring, and professional,” and he strives to live up to that description. Patients trust Terry’s expertise, gentle manner, and discerning intuition.

Terry lives in Windsor, CO. When not in the office, he spends time with his wife, two boys, and their pug. In his spare time, he reads sci-fi/fantasy novels, watches anime, and handcrafts liqueurs, cordials, and mead.

Standard Process Supplements for better quality collagen production

Disclaimer: I’m not getting paid to promote Standard Process. I simply like their products and haven’t yet found anything better on the market as of yet.

Daily Essesntials:

Bridges the gap between what you eat and what you need for optimal health. Helps prevent and correct common nutritional deficiencies. This is just basic nutrients that we aren’t getting in the standard American diet.

  • Catalyn contains vital nutrients from whole food and other sources. Excellent source of vitamin C, D, vitamin B6, and antioxidant vitamin A. Also Good source of thiamin and riboflavin.
  • Trace Minerals-B12  is a spectrum of minerals that support a healthy body. Provides essential cofactors for healthy cell functioning. Provides iodine, which is required for healthy thyroid, spleen, and red blood cell functions. Among other functions, these trace minerals support ligament, cartilage, and bone structure; immune system response function and thyroid function; fat metabolism; and calcium utilization. Excellent source of vitamin B12, iodine, zinc, copper and manganese.
  • Tuna Omega-3 Oil provides 300 mg DHA and 60 mg EPA omega-3 fatty acids to support heart, brain, eye, and joint health. Also a has a positive effect on the endocannabinoid system in helping produce anandamide – the bliss hormone.

Facial Vitality” combo: 

As you look in the mirror, you have a front row ticket to the aging process. You get to see it in either fast-forward or slow motion. The supplements in my Facial Vitality package help put the aging process in slow-mo. 

  • Gotu Cola has been shown to support rapid healing of damaged tissue and improve circulation. 
  • Cataplex C reduces inflammation and is critical in assembling amino acids for the formation of collagen. 
  • RNA (ribonucleic acid) decodes the blue prints found in your DNA, regulates new cell formation, and increases skin health and vitality. Together, these three whole food supplements tell Father Time to back away from your face.

Collagen Boost” combo: 

Collagen is a key building block for your skin. When your skin is rich with collagen, it’s toned, supple and radiant. As you age, collagen production slows. This makes your skin saggy, fragile, and prone to wrinkles. To prevent this, my Collagen Boost package helps you reduce collagen loss and improve collagen production. 

  • Regenaplex – clinical research on this formula shows it can reduce eye and facial wrinkles. 
  • Cataplex F helps prevent the sun from frying the collagen in your skin (it’s also pretty helpful for your thyroid function.) 
  • Calicifood Wafers Your body can’t make collagen without amino acids. This supplies all 22 amino acids (which includes the 8 essential amino acids) your body needs to form collagen. 
  • Cyruta Plus strengthens capillary walls, prevents collagen degeneration, and reduces harm from X-rays. 
  • Zypan Collagen can only be digested in the presence of pepsin. So, if you’re taking a collagen supplement or drinking bone broth this is a very helpful supplement. It combines hydrochloric acid, pepsin, and pancreatin to help you get more collagen from your food or collagen powder. Additionally, it can help reduce gas and bloating.

Combine these supplements with a low sugar diet, bone broth, more sleep, Aesthetic Acupuncture, Microneedling, Facial Gua Sha, Massage Therapy and Chinese Herbal Medicine. And your skin will be at celebrity status! 

Standard Process takes their products very seriously. You can only get these products through a trained Health Care professional. Additionally, taking them without professional advice can get you pretty sick. So, I highly recommend talking to your local Health Care professional if you’re interested in these supplements.  

And, if you don’t have anyone in your area that can support you. I’m now offering telemedicine consultations. You can email me at [email protected] and we’ll get one set up for you.

Look Younger With Leeches – Dr. Nidia Diaz

Look Younger with Leeches

Hirudotherapy (the therapeutic use of medical grade leeches) can make you look more youthful and vibrant!

Did you know that you can look younger with leeches?

Dr. Nidia Diaz spent ten years in Asia and Europe searching for renowned doctors and gurus who could teach her lesser-known methods of the healing arts. Her medical knowledge began with Acupuncture; then branched out to several of the world’s oldest medical systems and therapies. She’s traveled to over 25 foreign countries. And, apprenticed with master healers such as Yeshi Dhoden, the personal physician to the Dalai Lama.

Nidia’s mission was to learn about how to beautify body and soul. She believes beauty is healing. And, her focus is on helping women’s health and beauty. Especially for women who have been robbed of their beauty from ugly relationships. 

Currently, she practices in Tampa Bay, Florida and specializes in Medicinal Leech Therapy, an FDA-approved devices that only a handful of physicians outside the ER practice in the United States. She gained certification and first-hand experience with leading practitioners in Germany, Russia and Turkey to become a highly skilled therapist. Dr. Diaz was the first physician in Tampa, Florida to be certified in Medical Microneedling and has nearly ten years experience in providing Collagen Induction Therapy, the most effective and safest skin resurfacing treatment available. 

Dr. Diaz’s highest career achievement is being a part of the world renown Ripley’s Believe It Or Not 100 year anniversary hardcover book edition. 

She is also a very proud mother of two children who she honors as the greatest teachers she has ever met on all her travels.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Nidia got involved in Holisitic Medicine
  • Combining Acupuncture with Leech Therapy
  • Look younger with leeches
  • Nidia’s opinion on Botox
  • Microneedling for fine lines
  • Direct sun exposure is a no-no with Microneedling
  • What a leech treatment is like
  • Application of the topical blood mask
  • Nidia’s definition of foxy
  • How Nidia reclaims her foxiness
  • Who embodies foxiness according to Nidia
  • Leeches help other conditions like osteoarthritis and Bell’s Palsy

Your Purpose is Beauty – Mercedes Lyson

Your purpose is beauty

Your purpose is beauty. It’s true!

Mercedes Lyson is the host of the Your Purpose Is Beauty podcast. She’s been making videos on YouTube about eco-beauty and holistic health and lifestyle since 2014. A self-described bifurcated person, she holds a PhD in Sociology from Brown University (’13) and worked as an academic researcher, yet has been on a lifelong quest for discovering, curating, refining, articulating, and presenting an evolving vision of beauty.  Her content spans product reviews and in-depth discussions of brands, makeup tutorials demonstrating products, and alternative health topics like acupuncture, detoxing protocols, homeopathy, herbalism, and energy healing. A researcher at heart, Mercedes strives to provide articulate, thoughtful, and above all honest reviews and discussions.

Mercedes started building a community on Patreon in 2017 as way to support the growth and development of L’Amour. A critic of blogging-turned influencer marketing, Mercedes made a commitment to not present sponsored work or ads on her platform, preferring to maintain a more journalistic approach with integrity in reviewing. Patreon is a way for followers to support independent creatives through monthly donations, while also receiving access to extra and exclusive content. The L’Amour Patreon community attracts warm-hearted independent thinkers and has become a space to delve into topics that are often polarized and “controversial” on mainstream social media platforms, mostly in the realms of alternative health, healing, and spirituality. 

In late 2019, Mercedes launched her latest project – a podcast called Your Purpose is Beauty. An avid podcast listener herself, especially since becoming a new mom in 2018, Mercedes wanted another medium through which to connect with an audience in an accessible way. Your Purpose is Beauty is centered around eco/organic, luxury, and niche beauty product reviews and critique, as well as intellectual discussion about the beauty and alternative health industries. Through interviews with brand founders, beauty professionals, bloggers/influencers, and creatives, the podcast also explores why people have chosen beauty as their profession or passion. 

A true Gemini sun, Mercedes has many other creative interests and outlets that influence her content. She has been an avid house music aficionado for the past 15 years and started djing on vinyl in the mid-2000s, going on to be part of an all-women DJ collective and then a solo DJ from 2010 – 2018 on the East Coast. She is also a student of Hellenistic astrology, specializing in Venus and cultivating a unique astrology of beauty approach in chart readings. More recently she has been returning to her family roots around sustainable agriculture and reforming food systems through a burgeoning interest in Western herbalism and integrating homesteading and traditional foods practices, influenced by Weston A. Price, into her home and family life.  She aspires to speak fluent French, make handcrafted herbal medicines, get weekly acupuncture, and 8 hours of sleep a night (among many other things!). 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Mercedes’ journey into producing beauty content
  • Your purpose is beauty
  • The benefits of listening to podcasts
  • The concept of Clean Beauty
  • How to find an Eco-beauty Store
  • Mercedes’ favorite beauty products
  • Herbal body oiling and Medicine Stories
  • Facial oil cleansing
  • Facial serum
  • Mercedes’ definition of foxy
  • Foxy people in Mercedes’ world

Disfigurement Support – Karen Scuilli

Disfigurement Support

Disfigurement support – when you’re struggling, Face2Face Healing is here.

Karen Scuilli has spent 28 years as a nurse, a case manager and a clinical consultant.  Karen helped to develop the Case Management Program at The Washington Hospital (PA) in 1997 while completing her BSN and working in the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit.  She was on the Case Management Task Force under the VP and Executive Director of Patient Care Services at The Washington Hospital in 1999.  In 2003 Karen moved to Highmark BCBS (health insurance provider) as case manager and became a Supervisor for National and Western Regional Conflicts Case Management  where she led a team of 60 employees in 2006.  Karen advanced to the position of Highmark Clinical Consultant in 2009 where she was responsible for analyzing large corporate accounts to establish plan-of-care solutions that improved large employer healthcare.  In addition to her clinical and administrative experience, Karen is a survivor, having gone through treatment for head and neck cancer in 2012, allowing her to understand from personal experience the needs of individuals with facial and other disfigurements.  She has a Masters in Nursing and Business focusing on Healthcare Administration. Ms. Scuilli is the Founder and Executive Director of Face2Face Healing,  which was formed to fill the gap in care for individuals living with disfigurement. 

Karen’s goal is to help empower individuals to rediscover their inner beauty and restore their confidence. Karen helps coordinate several support services for Face2Face Healing, including outreach, individual counseling, support groups, education, advocacy  and activity programs such as yoga and mindfulness meditation. She created an online site (face2facehealing.org/blog) for people to share experiences, connecting with others experiencing similar challenges. Karen uses her background as a nurse, case manager and clinical consultant, and her personal experiences as a head and neck cancer survivor, to effectively present educational seminars for healthcare professionals, educators, groups and the community. Karen’s volunteer advocacy work, through Face2FaceHealing, inspires and empowers other survivors, their families, healthcare professionals, and educators to come together in an innovative healing and supportive network. 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Karen’s journey
  • What inspired Karen to start Face2Face Healing for disfigurement support
  • Dealing with adversity is not always a bad thing. 
  • How Karen finds her foxiness
  • What motivated Karen to keep going when things got difficult
  • Karen’s definition of foxy
  • The Welcome Basket Project for individuals living with disfigurement sponsored by Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation.
  • Embracing others with disfigurement 

From a Mess to Amazing – Trina L. Martin

Feel like a mess? Would you rather feel amazing? Listen to what Trina has to say and you’ll be on your way!

Trina L. Martin is the author of From A Mess to Amazing. She’s a speaker, technology consultant, and podcaster who uses her technical expertise to work with businesses to elevate Operations by leveraging technology to communicate. She also inspires emerging leaders to pursue their wildest dreams with heart and grit. An accomplished and dedicated member of the U.S. military for 30 years, she has broken barriers and made strides in her career that many said weren’t possible. 

A native of Chicago, IL, Trina is the youngest of four children. She suffered verbal abuse from her mother, which caused her to have low self-esteem and not know her worth. Although her mother tried to break her, Trina became determined, Type-A, and driven to succeed. 

The first in her family to attend college, and due to the lack of support at home, she knew she would have to achieve her own goal. With unwavering determination, she enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the reserves to put herself through school at Alabama A&M University. Both of these choices fueled Trina’s desire to succeed and revealed the depths of her resiliency.

Naturally skilled at finding the harmony between technology, science, and data, she has led a stellar career in the Information Technology field. As an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Navy and now as the owner of her technology agency, Trina has pierced the glass ceiling and excelled in positions typically held by men.

Throughout Trina’s career, the common denominator has been her ability to set goals and not only achieve but surpass them. Self-motivation, discipline, and hard work are the driving forces that helped her design a life and career that defied the odds stacked against her. She’s truly gone from a mess to amazing!

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What inspired Trina to write From a Mess to Amazing
  • How Trina worked through her mess
  • Know your worth
  • The importance of self-forgiveness
  • 7 Steps for creating the life you deserve
  • Don’t forget to take care of your mental health
  • Everybody has a journey and it takes time
  • Being perfectly imperfect
  • The curation of social media and self-comparison
  • The most surprising thing Trina learned through her writing
  • The importance of vulnerability when making connections
  • Trina’s definition of foxy

Click here to learn more about or work with Trina!