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The Fix: Lawyer names the ‘life-changing’ period relief she swears by

Lawyer raves about the ‘life-changing’ period pain, acne and bloating fix she swears by – boosting sales by a whopping 800 per cent

  • Sydney lawyer Roj Torabi revealed how she relieves period symptoms 
  • She raved about new Aussie brand The Fix – a period supplement company 
  • The Fix sell five period relief supplements that each target a different symptom
  • From Roj’s endorsement has seen exponential growth in sales 

A Sydney lawyer and ‘skinfluencer’ has revealed her ‘secret’ to relieve bloating and agonising period pain.

Roj Torabi, from The Roject and Swipe Up podcast, suffers from ‘really bad period cramps’, but since taking supplement tablets by new Aussie brand ‘The Fix’ her symptoms have eased. 

The Fix sell five active period relief supplements that each target a different side effects – such as breakouts, bloating, mood, cramps or all of the above – and prices start from $34.95.

On Instagram Roj couldn’t believe the line of period products weren’t formulated sooner. 

After raving about the products on social media The Fix saw a whopping 650 per cent spike in sales overall – with some spiking by 800 per cent.

Sydney lawyer Roj Torabi (pictured) suffers from ‘really bad period cramps’, but since taking supplement tablets by new Aussie brand ‘The Fix’ her symptoms have eased

On Instagram Roj couldn't believe the line of period products weren't formulated sooner to provide relief to women. After raving about the products on social media The Fix saw a whopping 650 per cent spike in sales overall

On Instagram Roj couldn’t believe the line of period products weren’t formulated sooner to provide relief to women. After raving about the products on social media The Fix saw a whopping 650 per cent spike in sales overall

Brand founders Kate Everitt and Julie Moulder are passionate about changing the stigma about periods and ‘revolutionising how we approach menstruation by providing active period relief’.

‘When it comes to period pain and symptoms, I’m sick of women being told to ‘Suck it up, Princess’! I have zero tolerance for that dismissive approach,’ says Kate. 

‘We want to empower women and girls – to give them control over, and access to, better cycles. Not to be burdened by them.’  

The duo met 12 years ago at work and shared their period-related stories, from Julia’s hormonal migraines and coming off the pill to Kate’s ‘debilitating’ cramps.

The Fix sell five active period relief supplements that each target a different side effects - such as breakouts, bloating, mood, cramps or all of the above - and prices start from $34.95

The Fix sell five active period relief supplements that each target a different side effects – such as breakouts, bloating, mood, cramps or all of the above – and prices start from $34.95

Brand founders Kate Everitt (left) and Julie Moulder (right) are passionate about changing the stigma about periods and 'revolutionising how we approach menstruation by providing active period relief'

Brand founders Kate Everitt (left) and Julie Moulder (right) are passionate about changing the stigma about periods and ‘revolutionising how we approach menstruation by providing active period relief’

The products are strategically named with an ‘X’ in front of the symptom, such as XBloat, which the founders say is about ‘saying no to those symptoms’ and to ‘cross them off’. 

While the brand only launched recently the products have already been picked up by Priceline and are available in stores from November 25.

With Roj’s support, sales from Instagram alone have also increased by 762 per cent in just the past few days. 

The sales for the XBloat supplement also increased by a staggering 800 per cent. 

Each product is TGA registered and has been developed in partnership with leading Australian pharmaceuticals manufacturers and R&D specialists.

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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