Vendor : Emerita
Product Type : Health and Beauty
- Trusted Since 1978: Pro-Gest has been the #1-selling brand of balancing cream for more than 40 years
- Purely Powerful: Paraben-free formula contains 450mg of USP Progesterone per ounce (20mg per ¼ tsp)
- Get Comfortable: The most trusted Progesterone Cream for optimal balance at midlife
- Highest Quality: Subject of two clinical studies & meets US Pharmacopeia strength & purity standards
- Customers Say: "I noticed a wonderful change right away! This cream really worked for me!"
Combat hot flashes, insomnia, irritability, and other menopause-related symptoms with Emerita Pro-Gest Natural Balancing Cream. This paraben-free cream actively normalizes estrogen and other hormone imbalances in your body, caused by from natural progesterone deficiencies. The soothing cream offers you relief from menopause and perimenopause related issues with one clinically tested, all-natural balancing formula.
Quickly Relieve Peri/Menopause Related Symptoms
The cream supplements your body's progesterone levels when applied to the skin, and soothes perimenopause and menopause related symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, vaginal dryness, irritability, water retention, breast tenderness, migraines, and decreased sex drive.
Simple Twice-a-Day Application
Just 1/4 of a teaspoon soothes and treats a variety of symptoms when applied twice a day. Massage the external cosmetic cream into the skin of your inner arms, inner thighs, abdomen, or chest for best results. This product works best when used in tandem to your menstrual cycle.
Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, and Premium Botanical Extracts
Emerita Pro-Gest Natural Balancing Cream contains no mineral oil or petroleum, and instead relies on active botanical and organic ingredients such as Vitamin E, aloe vera, safflower seed oil, and sweet almond oil that soothe the skin with each application.
Tested by the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP)
Emerita Pro-Gest Natural Balancing Cream is the only all-natural balancing cream to be clinically tested by the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP). The USP classifies the progesterone used in