All great companies have an origin story,
and we are no different
We began with a question that surfaced after the birth of twins, a severe increase in period symptoms, and a doctor’s advice to mask those symptoms with ibuprofen:
Why isn’t there a natural way to deal with the monthly woes our periods bring along with them? And, better yet, why isn’t there a way to stop them altogether?
This led to an all-out search for some sort of product that offered a solution. When nothing was found, the search shifted, leading to the front door of a holistic health care practitioner whose knowledge and understanding held the answer.
Mother Nature has provided us with natural, earth-grown remedies that can regulate hormones, reduce inflammation in the uterus, and stifle our monthly strife.
After two years of painstaking research, formulation, re-formulation and testing, Hertime was born and Mixhers was off and running. We are a company built by women, for women. Driven and dedicated to helping you embrace your time of the month by giving your body the nutrition it needs.
And because our story exists, your period story can change.
Her own story began in a doctor’s office, when her period symptoms worsened after having twins and the only suggested course of action was unnatural and unhealthy. She left motivated to find another, more natural, better way.
And a better way was found.
Since then, it’s been her goal to spread this goodness to women all around the globe. A desire fueled by her personal history: a patchwork of peoples and cultures she’s grown close to after living in six different countries throughout her life. At some point, she made the deep realization that periods tie women together, regardless of race or cultural differences. This commonality not only ties us together, but drives Mixhers as a company to create a better way to live with our hormones.
It is now her mission to normalize period talk and provide proper care, education, and nutrition for women all around the globe.
That’s why we are made by woman, for women.