|Advacare Advanced Menopause Care - 80g
We are out of stock at this time - You may want to consider Anna's Wild Yam Cream
BioGest Herbal Skin Cream can assist in the management of the symptoms of menopause:
The natural changes that occur during menopause don't have to slow down a fulfilling lifestyle. Advanced Menopause Relief Care can assist!
The major ingredients in BioGest Herbal Skin Cream include:
• A specialized extract of Wild Yam herb, Sage and Rose Geranium essential oil.
• Additional ingredients such as Vitamin E and Flaxseed oil
How To Use
For external application only. (avoid the pubic area)
Apply a metric teaspoon (approx.5g) twice daily to soft skin eg: abdomen, inner thighs, breasts, neck, upper chest, inner elbow, inner forearm.
Rotate application daily. For best results, allow a minimum of one month's use.
Contains per gram:
Also contains ethanol, diazolidinylurea, hydroxybenzoates and phenoxyethanol.
Wild Yam extract equiv. dry root 100mg
- Rose Geranium Leaf essential oil 900mcg
- Sage Leaf essential oil 800mcg
- Linseed Oil 11mg
- d-alpha-Tocopherol Acetate (Nat.vitE 15IU) 11mg
BioGest Herbal Skin Cream is vegetable-based and contains no
petrochemical active ingredients so it is easily absorbed.
Use only as directed. Always read the label. If symptoms persist consult your health care professional.
Do not use if the seal on the package is broken. Store below 30CInteractions
The essential oils in this product are generally non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. We do recommend you consult your health care professional prior to using Advacare Advanced Menopause Care for specific advice on combining medications.
Sage oil should not be used during pregnancy or by anyone suffering from seizures. As a precaution, women who have had a history of breast cancer are advised to consult their health care professional prior to using products containing Sage.
Rose geranium oil has been reported to be non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. However, cases of dermatitis in hypersensitive individuals have been reported.