Startups Tackle Feminine Odors and Fitbits For LadyBits

Who says that startups need to be serious? Check out these entrepreneurs who have taken the plunge into the sexual.

Entrepreneurs Austin Heinz and Gilad Gome recently pitched “Sweet Peach” at the DEMO Conference in Silicon Valley.

The duo are founders of Sweet Peach Probiotics that specializes in personalized probiotics products.

Sweet Peach may sound like a candy or an energy drink, but it’s a probiotic -- a feminine odor product that tackles hygiene with a pleasant scent.

Heinz recently told Inc. magazine, "The idea is personal empowerment. AAll your smells are not human. They're produced by the creatures that live on you."

There are signs that sexual health startups are on the uptick.

Minna Life, fueled by Kickstarter, launched the the KGoal Smart Kegel Trainer (a fitbit for vaginas) over the summer.

Last January, Indian condom brand Skore unveiled a mobile app for locating pharmacies. 


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