Monthly PMS breast pain shouldn't get in the way of living life to the fullest - especially if you are performing at the GRAMMY Awards! Violet is a daily supplement that removes pain from the equation.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) January 22, 2020
In 2020, breast pain shouldn’t get in the way of living life to the fullest – or performing on stage at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards®. This year’s artists, like Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani, Lizzo and Billie Eilish, will be receiving a year’s supply of VIOLET, a daily supplement for the health of your breasts that relieves monthly period-related breast discomfort symptoms like tenderness, swelling, aches and heaviness. Many women experience relief within their first menstrual cycle.
Monthly breast pain is a symptom of fibrocystic breasts, a condition often caused by high levels of the hormones, estrogen, progesterone and prolactin. Breast cells can build up month after month with each menstrual cycle and result in swollen lumps and masses that put pressure on surrounding nerves. This causes the breast discomfort that gets in the way of routine social activities, clothing selection, exercise, and yes, even sex. “Women are leading busier lives than ever,” says VIOLET CEO, Dianne Wist, “and they don’t have time for pain every single month. Female artists, athletes and performers have an even more challenging role, as they have to feel good and be in fighting shape in order to perform at their best. VIOLET helps them get relief and removes pain from the equation.”
The patented formula in VIOLET is designed to remove cyclical breast pain by treating the cause instead of the symptoms. It combines two types of iodine, iodide and iodate, to help restore the natural balance when hormones go awry. This imbalance leads to too much breast cell growth, causing monthly pain and discomfort. Molecular iodine has been shown to regulate this imbalance naturally and ultimately alleviate the associated symptoms of PMS breasts, with the added bonus of long-term breast health when taken consistently.
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