Cramping My Style


What It Is: This one is for the girls. Namely, those who suffer from annoying period cramps and pain. Livia is a unique, drug-free solution to telling Aunt Flo to beat it. Simply clip the device to your belt and place the pulse stickers on your belly. Switch it on and you’ll start feeling a gentle vibration on you tummy – which is actually keeping your nerves ‘busy’ so they don’t transmit pain to the brain. Kinda crafty, right?

Who It’s For: Your tween, to get her through those agonizing first few months. Your wife, as the drug-free solution she’s been looking for for years. Your sister, because this is one secret you won’t want to keep for yourself.

What It Costs: Currently you can buy it for $85 USD via their Indiegogo campaign – regular retail will be $149.

Where It’s At: Livia’s Indiegogo Campaign!

BONUS entry into my Memoire Liquide giveaway – what do you think of this smashing gift idea?

23 Responses to “Cramping My Style”
  1. Too late for me but great for my daughter

  2. Katie says:

    I think its an intriguing idea!

  3. Donnas says:

    I suffered from terrible cramps when I was a teenager. I wish something like this had been around then. That being said, my parents probably couldn’t have afforded to buy it. I love this idea though.

  4. Kimberley Macpherson says:

    I think this is a great idea. Love the idea that it is a drug free alternative.

  5. Heather Swanson says:

    kind of different

  6. Gigi says:

    If it works, awesome! The less drugs used the better!

  7. aketch says:

    Interesting idea! Love the colours.

  8. Aimee says:

    I might try this myself , but I wouldn’t give it as a gift.

  9. Joan G. says:

    Anything that eliminates drug use is positive.

  10. cookie3 says:

    Using less or eliminating drugs is a good thing.

  11. Shelley N says:

    unusual -would it work though? bonus entry

  12. Susan says:

    For people who suffer I think it is a good idea.

  13. Anne Derkat says:

    Oh, why didn’t they have something like this years ago when I could have really used it.

  14. Victoria Ess says:

    It’s neat but I don’t know if I would use it or trust it to work

  15. connieD says:

    interesting idea but I’m sceptical, there are similar home-use devices for various types of body pain and I believe they have been shown to be ineffective

  16. intensev5 says:

    Might be a good gift for my daughter who suffers from cramps

  17. Alison K says:

    Memoire Liquide bonus entry: I think this is a very innovative idea for an old issue. Hope it works for those that need it.

  18. diane says:

    Great idea for women that suffer.

  19. Jennifer Kelsie says:

    I think my daughter would appreciate this!!

  20. beewbedard says:

    I would be open to trying it – wonder if it works???

  21. Kim K says:

    Interesting idea…if it actually works it could help lots of women

  22. janicour says:

    Interesting, wonder if it actually works. If so, any teen would love this!!

  23. Dee B says:

    Great drug free solution

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