Is Natpro Progesterone Cream Really Natural

Natpro Progesterone Cream is one of the best creams out there on the market for women suffering from PMS or menopause symptoms. Just listen to what others have said about it:

“To this day I have continued to use natural progesterone cream almost without a break. Natpro progesterone cream .The symptoms have not returned although when I’ve been through a stressful situation, mild depression and bruising has recurred. This is soon remedied by applying more natural progesterone.” “I have over the years, tried several different brands but Natpro is one of the best, with a balance of ingredients which work quickly and effectively”

Ingredients of Natpro Progesterone Cream

Unlike many other creams on the market,  contains no animal products (so no animals are harmed in its production.) Natpro Progesterone Cream is made from only vegetable substances that are not genetically modified in any way but it mimics the progesterone in a woman’s body because it is bio-identical to the hormones the body produces itself. The ingredients contained in Natpro Progesterone Cream are 100% organic in origin.


  • It has a concentration of 3.33% progesterone or 33.33 milligrams per ml of cream (bioidentical usp pharmaceutical grade natural progesterone extracted from certified 100% organic plant materials)
  • Each dispenser comes with a full instructional pamphlet
  • advanced liposomal formula optimises progesterone absorption
  • fragrance free
  • no parabens or PEGs

Each 100g dispenser contains :

  • Natural Progesterone
  • de-ionised water
  • caprylic/capric triglyceride
  • cetearyl olivate/sorbitan olivate
  • Aspen bark extract
  • vitamin E
  • dehydroxanthan gum

Natpro has: no animal derivatives, is not tested on animals, no added fragrance, no mineral oils, no colourants.The synthesis of the raw materials results in a progesterone molecule that is identical to that produced by the human body. It is only progesterone and can only be progesterone.If it was contaminated with anything else, be it yam, soy or any other plant, it would not be legal to call it progesterone. But above all, it would not be given certification by any of the organisations that do this.

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