Dealing with bloating and food cravings is so uncomfortable, not to mention the most wonderful womanly experience, cramps. But have no fear: Livia is here!
Livia is the off switch for your menstrual cramps. Tapping into physiotherapy tech, Livia is a discrete wearable device which blocks pain receptors during Leak Weak through electrical pulses. This is a life changer, especially during times when Aunt Flo keeps you in bed all day.
A natural alternative to painkillers and other drugs, Livia provides instant relief from cramps in three easy steps:
Attach the gel pads to your lower abdomen or lower back (wherever you’re feeling pain).
Clip it on (to your waistband, for example).
Turn it on (with a simple on/off switch) and voila!
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