Dear LSG customers, colleagues and friends, 

We hope you all continue to be in good health and are finding some time to enjoy the summer on home turf.  

The LifeSense Team is busy working behind the scenes on some new exciting technologies and product updates.  Here are some highlights on our international activities:

– Our women’s product Carin has a new website in Italy. Our Italian distribution partner I-TECH has launched the new website to reach and help more Italian women.

– Together with our Belgian distribution partner Tricky Leaks we have joined forces to bring our children’s product Oopsie Heroes to more families in Belgium with national health insurance. 

– LifeSense Group has started the German DiGA application process to get our women’s health product Carin reimbursed in Germany, under a growing interest in E-Health solutions

– Our children’s product Oopsie Heroes is now also reimbursed by Dutch health insurer ONVZ. We are delighted this will bring Oopsie Heroes to more families in The Netherlands. 


Potty Training with Oopsie Heroes

Blog Post #1: Potty Train your child with Oopsie Heroes – Toilet training tips used by parents. 

As your child grows from baby to toddler, it is time for the potty adventures to begin and replace diapers for toddler training pants.

As parents, we look for ways to help our children master important development milestones. Although toilet training is a normal part of growing up, it can also be tricky to master. Each child learns at their own pace, and girls can learn differently from boys. To help you get started with toilet training your child we have gathered some ‘getting started’ tips from parents. 

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Potty training in the summer

Blog Post #2: 10 Tips for summer potty training success

Potty training can be an exciting and challenging time for both your toddler and you. While there are a variety of methods you may subscribe to, there are also a lot of general tips that can add to the smoothness and overall success of your potty-training experience. Keep reading to find our 10 universal strategies on how to start toilet training on the right foot.

Tip #1: Make sure your child is ready to potty train. They are a lot of factors to consider, but you want your child to be physically, mentally, and emotionally ready for a transition.

Tip #2: Potty train in the summer, or at least in temperate weather, if possible. This is particularly helpful if you’re a fan of the 3-day method, which is a popular strategy for younger toddlers. When the baby goes around pant-less (and possibly damp), the warm glow of the sun will be your friend.

Read the rest of the blog post here….

Team LSG

Behind the scenes at LSG we have been taking this time to develop and build upon our existing technology, alongside enjoying some nice weather outside our office with the team. 

At home or on a trip, we wish you all a great summer holiday and look forward to catching up with you again soon. 

Stay healthy!

Team LifeSense, Eindhoven.