I first tried the BeYou Monthly Patches back in January 2019 after coming across their Instagram page and I was looking for new ways to help relieve my pain. In July 2018, I was diagnosed with Endometriosis and have been struggling with pain throughout the month. In the past, I have tried natural remedies, but they provided no relief which made me sceptical about the patches in the beginning.
After placing the first patch on my stomach during an endometriosis flare-up, the cooling sensation and aroma of menthol and eucalyptus instantly made me feel relaxed and reduced the pain so much, I was able to carry on with daily activities and play golf which suffered massively in the past and I would have to miss tournaments or practice. However, with the help of BeYou, I am able to carry pursuing my dream of playing golf.
The process of applying the patches is so easy and the best part is they are so discreet and can be placed anywhere you feel pain. I’ve used them on my stomach and back to help pain and bloating. I find removing them in the shower easier and less sore as it feels like removing a plaster but definitely worth it for the pain relief! In the past I have tried so many painkillers that provided no pain relief but ever since discovering BeYou, I haven’t taken any more painkillers as the patches are more effective in my experience.The patches have become a lifesaver for me and I use them nearly every day to help me through the day.
I love how the brand stands up and speaks about period positivity which is important to me as I want to help break the taboo of periods being viewed as “dirty” and “something we can’t speak about” when they are completely natural! Thank you BeYou for doing exactly what you're doing!
We can't thank our ambassadors enough for trying out our products and spreading the BeYou love. If you have any questions about our BeYou Monthly Patches then you can head over to ourFAQ pageor message us on our chat or any of our social media.
Hey, my name is Katie-Jane Stanley and I am 20 years old. I have been playing golf for 15 years and inspire to be a professional golfer in the future. In my spare time, I love going to the gym, watching sports, drawing and visiting art galleries as a way of relaxing. I am currently at University studying History of Art. After being diagnosed with Endometriosis, I realised how social media is a great platform for raising awareness about this condition other menstrual disorders.