Our Story

Our stories are the reason we're here. Your stories are the reason we keep going.

More Than Relief

We believe in the possibility that the products we use to relieve pain can be so much more.

Rooted in the concept of embodiement and trauma informed care, we design relief that empowers people to transform their relationship to pain and take control of their body.

For good. For Pleasure. For You.

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  • Intersectionality

    Just like people, pain exists at the intersections of our personal experiences. Pain relief must make room for these intersections so that nobody gets left behind.

  • Pleasure

    What is life without pleasure? We take pleasure very seriously and prioritize the incorporation of pleasure into everything we do including our products.

  • Planet

    All of our topicals come in 100% compostable packaging made from renewable resources. We are committed to the ongoing reduction of our ecological footprint.

Founded by people like you

The somedays founding team is a mix of queer, disabled, gender diverse people who live with chronic pain and endometriosis. We are deeply passionate about and committed to the advancement of holistic and inclusive period care.

Our collective queer identity specifically, propels us to speak fiercely and openly about sexual, and gender related equity issues.

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We are located in so-called Vancouver, Canada.

We acknowledge that we are on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm(Musqueam),Sḵwx̱wú7mesh(Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh(Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Working with us

We are always looking to expand our somedays family. If you are interested in working with us in any capacity please do not hesitate to reach out. You can reach us directly at info@getsomedays.com


We are founded by people with endometriosis.

Although Endometriosis and Period pain are not the same, they are undeniably intertwined. Endometriosis can have many many symptoms that are completely unrelated to period pain but we believe that the normalization of period pain plays a significant role in the delayed diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis. 

We will continue to advocate for those with endometriosis by continuing to de-stigmatize and de-normalize period pain.