My only quibble is with the loose antecedents (what's the subject of "make them"?):
Modern software such as XXXX can help women save time on activities that were in the past tiring and troublesome (or time consuming), and make them easier and faster to do, freeing time for doing more pleasant things such as taking care of themselves.
I think of a reordering of this nature:
By making various tasks easier and quicker, modern software can help women save time on activities that were tiring and time-consuming and can free them up for more pleasant things such as looking after themselves.
Now it becomes clearer for the reader that "modern software" is the subject of the two underlined verb clusters. (You could omit the second "can".) The punctuation becomes a little simpler too, with just one comma needed.
Just a suggestion.