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ICYMI, There Are Cycle Support Vitamins That Help To Regulate Your Menstrual Health

Is it just me, or do you also wonder who is behind all of the daily vitamins you take? It’s safe to assume that, sometimes, the experts (or even women) aren’t running these huge vitamin corporations — but that isn’t the case with Perelel. The organization just released its Cycle Support, and guess what? It wasn’t only founded by women, but by OB/GYNs as well.

The company’s latest product, the Cycle Support Pack ($40.59, $34.50/month), consists of different vitamins to sync your cycle and ease the side effects associated with it, like fatigue, bloating, mood changes, and more. 

More specifically, the product aims to help prevent iron deficiency anemia, support energy production, prevent bloating, and relieve digestive discomfort among other specific side effects that I think we all experience during our cycle.

The Cycle Support Pack consists of seven Iron Ease capsules, seven Bloat Relief capsules, and 21 PMS capsules to align with all four phases of a traditional cycle. To incorporate the Cycle Support Pack into your daily routine, you should start by taking one Iron Ease and one Bloat Relief on the first day of your period, marking the beginning of your Follicular Phase; You’ll continue this daily for one week. 

From there, it’s time to take the PMS Support capsules through the remainder of your period, starting on day eight until the end of your luteal phase. If you’re looking for optimal tolerability, make sure to take these with a meal.

Perelel is also launching its own Hormonal Hotline alongside the Cycle Support Pack, which is an initiative that aims to revolutionize how we talk about periods and empower Gen Z to embrace their bodies. 

The initiative will consist of a series of raw, unfiltered videos between Lydia Night, a TikTok influencer and musician, and Perelel’s Medical Co-Founder and OB/GYN, Dr. Bayati, to answer intimate questions about how the body works.

“Education is power,” says Dr. Bayati. “As women, we want to be able to have control of our bodies, and that requires us to first understand our bodies. The menstrual cycle is integral to that understanding.”

Perelel is known for its vitamins, which it creates to provide necessary nutrients for each stage of a woman’s hormonal cycle. The brand is also the first and only OBGYN-founded vitamin brand, making it a key source for women’s health. Essentially, Perelel’s products dynamically change with each consumer to give you the exact nutrients you need, in the right doses, at the right time, according to their website.  

“Perelel wants to educate and support women through their journey of life and health,” Dr. Bayati adds. “We want to empower women to better understand their bodies to become more mindful of their different stages of life. We want to destigmatize and instead embrace our uniqueness.”


Replying to @VH Let’s get to know the 4 phases and the common symptoms we see in each 🩸 #periodtips #periodtok #menstrualcycletiktok #lutealphase #follicularphase

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Aside from the Cycle Support Pack and the video series, Perelel is also known for products like its first ($58.24, $49.50/month), second ($58.24, $49.50/month), and third-trimester packs ($58.24, $49.50/month), its sleep support ($38.24, $32.50/month), and its Synbiotic Greens Powder ($52.35, $44.50/month). 

Remember, these products aren’t made by men who think they completely understand female anatomy. Both of the founders are women, and the majority of their doctors are also women

One of my favorite parts of Perelel, aside from the women-led team, is that their shipping materials are made from recycled paper and are 100% recyclable, according to their website. Perelel will also recycle your empty sachets for you, and those sachets will be repurposed and upcycled. I don’t know about you, but anything environmentally friendly is automatically a win for me. 

Perelel’s Cycle Support Pack is now available, so to my girlies with extreme symptoms or irregular periods, I highly suggest you run, don’t walk, to your laptop to check out these products. 

Julia is a national writer at Her Campus, where she mainly covers mental health, wellness, and all things relating to Gen Z. Prior to becoming a national writer, Julia was the wellness intern for Her Campus. Outside of Her Campus, Julia is a managing editor at The Temple News, Temple University's independent student-run paper. She's also the Co-Campus Correspondent of Her Campus Temple University, where she oversees content for all sections of the website. Julia is also a student intern at the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting, where she works on the data desk and is assisting her editor in building a database. She has previously interned at The American Prospect. In her free time, Julia enjoys going to the beach as much as possible, watching reality TV (specifically Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules), and editing stories.