NORTH HAMPTON — A Seacoast entrepreneur is showcasing her new watch app for intimate products at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.

Suki Dunham is the founder of OhMiBod in North Hampton. The new remote app for the Apple Watch uses biofeedback to control Bluetooth-enabled personal massagers.

Dunham and her husband, Brian, both came from a technology background. She worked for Apple and he worked for Tyco.

Dunham said OhMiBod has a warehouse and offices in Stratham, and they plan to expand their location to about 10,000-square-feet. Fourteen people are employed there.

Dunham attributes some of the company’s success to getting good press. Her products have been featured in magazines, including Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Marie Claire, The Oprah Magazine and Maxim. They have also appeared in articles in the New York Times, Forbes and on CNN.com.

“We have been in the industry long enough that we get consulted on pieces people may be writing,” Dunham said.

OhMiBod Remote App for Apple Watch is now available for download on the App Store. Products can be purchased online at ohmibod.com.