Mama, Get Your Sexy Back

Posted 8:02 pm, June 18th, 2010

by Rosann

Friday. After a long hard week, it’s always nice to take a moment to reflect upon the week’s events as we look forward to a Friday night filled with movies, pizza, baseball games…and maybe some Zestrafied sex?

On Monday, we had the opportunity to sponsor a chat about relationships, body image, and sex on TheMotherhood.com. We were literally ROFL from all the stories, saggy boob comments, and candid remarks like “we’re not ‘doing it’ as often as the rest of parents.” As evidenced by the enthusiastic participation in the live chat, women are itching to talk about sex – and sexual desire – with a group whom they trust and admire (lead by the almighty Mominatrix). And, it’s comforting to learn on chats like this that you’re not alone, especially if it feels like your sex drive suddenly went on vacation. There are many other women out there, with children, husbands and a whirlwind of responsibilities, who have at one time or another experienced challenges with sexual desire, through no fault of their own.

Fortunately, the topic of women’s sexual desire is finally getting some much deserved media attention. Today, the FDA is reviewing Flibanserin, a pill that was originally tested as an anti-depressant and later found to have an impact on female sexual desire. We wrote about Flibanserin earlier this year because any contribution to the conversation about female sexual satisfaction is fabulous from our point of view.

Because, whether you want to stick with a natural, non-hormonal product like Zestra® or to talk to your doctor about a new medicine in development, we can’t help but get excited about women having their voices heard. And here at Zestra, we’ll keep striving to provide sexual satisfaction for more women while helping to create an open, non-judgmental forum for women everywhere to talk to each other and to learn more about how get their sexy back.  As one motherhood chat participant stated, “Just because we’re moms doesn’t mean we aren’t sexy. It just takes us a little longer to get the underwear on and off.”

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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We’re HOT for Hot in Cleveland

Posted 4:46 pm, June 17th, 2010

by Rosann

Last night, Hot in Cleveland premiered on TV Land. The show, which stars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendy Malick, Jane Leeves and our long-time favorite, Ms. Betty White, is based on three friends realizing that they are considered “hot” in Cleveland. This comes as a welcome surprise to them, after being ignored (due to their age) in their hometown LA.

We of course love the show because it hits on the topic of “feeling sexy”…something that is so important to the female chemical make-up. And, it doesn’t hurt that Betty White’s character delivers LOL lines like, “In your 20s, you dress for men. In your 40s, you dress for success. In your 80s, you dress for the bathroom” in reference to her wardrobe of track suits.

White, now 88, has always (at least to us) been on the fore-front of TV shows that tackle sexual satisfaction. She added spice to seemly sweet, secretly sex-crazed Sue Ann Nivens on the Mary Tyler Moore Show and dazzled us as goofy Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. As perhaps the original Sex and the City, The Golden Girls brought to life the fact that all women – no matter what their age – deserve to enjoy sex, addressing it in a way that was funny, ridiculous and absolutely timeless. Whether they were crashing high-school reunions, getting engaged, or dealing with sensitive issues like death and divorce, Betty White and the GG cast always brought a smile to your face.

So, as Betty and the sizzling crew of Hot in Cleveland gear up for episode two, we hope they’ll keep the conversation about sexual satisfaction going. With those big track suit pockets, White’s character Elka could certainly keep a stockpile of Zestra tucked away. Drew Carey summed it up best: Cleveland Rocks.

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Zestra Invited to THE TONY AWARDS

Posted 3:18 pm, June 14th, 2010

by Karen

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Zestra was invited to the Tony Awards!

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Karen Swanson is VP Direct Marketing at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Zestra at Rao’s in Harlem!

Posted 11:27 am, June 9th, 2010

by Karen

Monday night, some Zestra folks were guests at the famous Rao’s, in Harlem. ZestraRaos

Legendary owner, host and restauranteur to the stars, Frank Pellegrino, shared amazing stories of Rao’s, the family and the standing reservations policy that has long made Rao ‘s a legend.

Some of the guests enjoyed the famous signature dishes and took some Zestra for the road.

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Karen Swanson is VP Direct Marketing at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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Sex and the City 2 Zestra Style

Posted 6:18 pm, June 3rd, 2010

by Rachel Braun Scherl and Mary W. Jaensch

For us, the premier and opening night of Sex and the City 2 were two of those moments in life that make you say, “We were there.” Despite the critics’ reviews (some good, some bad), we relish at the thought of women HAVING A REASON to get together for cocktails, appetizers and hopefully a discussion that flirts with the notion of sexual satisfaction. Yes, we love the glitz, the glamour, and the over the top excess that has made the Sex and the City franchise what it is today. But more than that, we love the fun that the girls have together and the friendship that it represents.

By the way, did we mention we were there? The NYC premiere at Radio City Music Hall was incredible – Mr. Big (Chris Noth) gleefully took Zestra samples, and costume designer Patricia Fields drove away with some Zestra in her backseat. We also had the opportunity to help the women of New York channel their inner Samantha on opening night at the Lincoln Square Cinemas in the Upper West Side and AMC Lowes in the Flatiron district.  As the fab foursome made their stylish return to the big screen, our team of Zestranistas got women (and men) talking about sex …having it, not having it, and how they can’t wait to try something that’s safe, natural and clinically proven to help make it better.  The night was filled with laughs, “wows”, and smiles galore as women shouted from the rooftops (okay, sidewalks) that they were “one of the lucky seven.”

If you’d like to see more photos from the event, check out our facebook page and try not to get *carried* away. One thing’s for sure – thanks to Zestra, women in NYC had the opportunity to enjoy good sex in the city, too.

           Zestra_ Good Sex TooZestranista team LowesZestra_Channeling Samantha

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Rachel Braun Scherl and Mary Wallace Jaensch are the Co-Founders of Semprae Laboratories Inc, the makers of Zestra.

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The Late Bloomer Revolution

Posted 12:11 pm, May 20th, 2010

by Rosann

Recently we had to opportunity to sponsor “The Late Bloomer’s Revolution” with Kelley Connors and Cassie Holm, hosts of Real Women On Health. They were joined by Amy Cohen, Best-Selling Author of “The Late Bloomer Revolution,” a book that recounts the story of her life and the joy that self-acceptance can bring.

Ready to bloom? Listen to the original Real Women on Health podcast below!

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.

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