The Ultimate #DIY Relief Basket That Will Have Her Asking #WhatMonthlyPain?

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One of Willow’s favorite things to do in her spare time is cook. Since the day we let her loose in the kitchen she has been learning the basics and observing me. She comes home from school, does her homework and the rest of the evening is spent reading cooking books or helping me out in the kitchen. But cooking is not fun for her when her menstrual cycle rears its ugly head.

I remember those days, and as a mom, I know how important it is to help her eliminate her pain, and find some happiness. So every month, I make her a themed care basket. The idea was inspired by the monthly subscription boxes I receive from brands like Sephora, Curlkit, and PopSugar Must Haves.


Since it is chilly outside, I constructed her basket with goodies like hot chocolate, a book of cute kitty stickers, a notebook, a pen, lip gloss, nail lacquer and Advil® Menstrual Pain.


I headed out to my local Walmart to pick up Advil® Menstrual Pain, the #1 Doctor recommended brand for menstrual pain. This film coated ibuprofen is easy to swallow and caffeine free, making it the perfect choice to eliminate menstrual pain, so she can do what she loves, cook.

Being a teenager is an exciting time, but menstrual pain can stop your daughter from doing activities that she loves. Thankfully, Advil® Menstrual Pain will help her get back to her regular routine. She will literally exclaim, “What monthly pain!?” Use as directed.

Here’s what you need to create a menstrual care basket for your daughter:

1. Basket
2. One plush treat
3. A great scented candle (soap to match is a bonus!)
4. A sheet mask
5. A beauty goodie like nail polish, lip balm or a scented hand cream

How do you help your daughter relieve menstrual pain

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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

2 thoughts on “The Ultimate #DIY Relief Basket That Will Have Her Asking #WhatMonthlyPain?

  1. Momma Told Me

    I love the idea of putting together a basket like this for a teenage daughter during that time of the month- and such a great variety of things to pamper and uplift! #client


    1. Hey Aprill

      Thanks! Sidenote: I love your hair!


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