You heard that right! We've worked with our suppliers and streamlined our production, and we're passing on the savings to you!
We've reduced the price of our Living Progesterone 50 Cream. Learn more about it below, and order yours on Amazon today!
Size: (50 mg) 3 oz
Each pump of Living Progesterone 50 delivers a generous 50mg of Progesterone, or 5% strength per bottle
Every Living Progesterone 50 container manufactured includes over 80 pumps that should last approximately 2 months
Living Progesterone 50 is 100% Paraben free and 100% Phenoxyethanol Free
Living Progesterone 50 usage may vary, however, one bottle should last at least 2 months. After it is applied, Progesterone only lasts for about 5-6 minutes in the bloodstream because it is so readily picked up by receptor sites.
The most important time of day to use progesterone is before lunch. Insulin levels are the highest in the afternoon, which, of course, is why many people get sleepy between 3-4PM. Please keep in mind that when sugar levels drop, the body will be releasing adrenaline to raise the sugar levels back up.
How to use:
This container yields about 180 half pumps or 90 full pumps. Massage into your inner arms, thighs, chest or apply to inner forearms and rub arms together until fully absorbed. Use at night or once or twice a day as needed. Each pump delivers about 55mg of Bio-Identical Progesterone along with MSM, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Aloe Vera, and Licithing in a rich cream that absorbs into the skin.
Progesterone has been shown to help with a variety of health conditions, including:
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