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Changes is your mood and feelings of sadness without any apparent cause
A feeling of energy drainage & fatigue
A sudden feeling of heat that seems to come out of nowhere and spread through your face and body. They can include sweating, palpitations and blushing.
Fluctuations in sexual desire and decreased interest in sex
Bones become weaker and more fragile
A lack of moisture that may itch and burn and can lead to painful intercourse
Trouble sleeping or in your sleeping pattern
Mood swings

Declining estrogen levels or hormonal fluctuations can make you feel like you are in a constant state of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Irritability and feelings of sadness are the most common emotional symptoms of the transition phase prior or during menopause. These emotional changes are normal but can be distressing, as there is no apparent reason for their occurrence, so it is difficult to know how to control them.

You may also experience fatigue, difficulty concentrating and a general lack of motivation, as well as tension, anxiety and aggressiveness with friends and family.

These symptoms can be managed; you do not need to suffer.

Are you suffering from additional symptoms? Please choose below.

Low energy and fatigue

A persistent feeling of weakness, fatigue and lower energy levels are some of the most frequently experienced symptoms of hormonal changes that occur in the transition phase prior or during menopause. Up to 80% of women report these symptoms at one time or another.

It is extremely frustrating as it affects both the mind and the body and can cause stress and anxiety, leading to sleep disturbances.

Changes in hormone levels can affect your sleeping patterns which, in turn, leads to fatigue, so that there are many changes that are occurring simultaneously that lead to the same result from different angles, which is why so many women are in the same situation as you are.

Are you suffering from an additional symptom? Please choose below.

Hot flushes and night sweats

Hot flushes (or flashes) are caused by changing hormones in your body. When your period stops, it means your ovaries are no longer producing eggs since estrogen is required for egg production. In mid-life, estrogen production begins to slow down with resulting hot flushes.

The exact cause of hot flushes is not known but is related to changes in the central thermoregulation. Hot flushes happen when the blood vessels near the skin's surface dilate, which causes a sudden heat wave, usually over the face, neck and chest. You may then sweat to cool down your body, and you may also experience a rapid heart rate or chills following the heat wave.

Hot flushes with sweating can also happen at night while you are sleeping. These are called night sweats, which will often interfere with your sleep and cause you to wake up more often.

About 80% of women in menopause suffer from hot flushes, but you have the ability to control and ease your suffering.

Are you suffering from additional symptoms? Please choose below.

Decreased libido

Libido, or sexual drive, is the biological component of desire that manifests as spontaneous sexual interest. Sexual drive declines naturally with age based on physiological factors. As women start to approach menopause, levels of the female hormone, estrogen, begin to fall, which can affect libido.

Changes in hormonal levels of estrogen and testosterone have a direct and negative effect on the libido. In addition, neuroendocrine deregulation in the brain, particularly in the

β-endorphin levels, plays a major role in the mechanism of sexual arousal and pleasure.

Although many women continue to have satisfying sex during menopause and beyond, some women experience a lagging libido during this hormonal change. This matter is usually not discussed openly, but should be taken seriously as the reduction in sexual desire encompasses interpersonal and psychological factors that can cause great distress.

Are you suffering from additional symptoms? Please choose below.

Bone loss

There is a direct relationship between the decline of estrogen following menopause and the progression of bone loss. Your bones are made of living, growing tissue; for women, estrogen is a major player in the bone-building process. With the reduction of estrogen levels following menopause, bone resorption (breakdown) overtakes the building of new bone, so that women undergo a gradual but steady process of bone loss.

Once women reach menopause, their decline in estrogen accelerates the process of bone loss by as much as 2-4% a year. This process leads to low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, resulting in bone fragility and greater susceptibility to fractures, particularly in the hip, spine and wrist.

Are you suffering from an additional symptom? Please choose below

Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal dryness (also called vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis) is the thinning, drying and inflammation of the lining of the vagina, in response to a drop in the body’s estrogen level. The deficiency affects not only the vaginal lining, but also the health and functioning of the urinary tract, making it prone to infection and other problems. Since the urinary tract may be involved, the condition is also called urogenital atrophy. Read more

Up to 40 percent of women experience vaginal atrophy following menopause, so this is a very common condition.

Symptoms vary from woman to woman and may include:

  • Vaginal burning
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Genital itching
  • Physical discomfort during intercourse
  • Bleeding following intercourse
  • Decreased vaginal lubrication during sexual activity
  • Urgency with urination
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urinary tract infections

However, you do not need to suffer as these symptoms can be managed.

Are you suffering from additional symptoms? Please choose below.

Sleep disturbances

Changes in hormone levels have an impact on your sleeping patterns. As many as 61% of menopausal women report symptoms of insomnia. While total sleep time may not suffer, sleep quality does.

In addition, night sweats may also interrupt your sleep as a rise in body temperature is accompanied by an awakening. These multiple awakenings will harm your sleeping patterns even further, as you probably need to change your clothing as well.

No matter how we look at it, if sleep is affected, daily fatigue becomes a part of your life.

Are you suffering from additional symptoms? Please choose below.

Any more symptoms?
Changes is your mood and feelings of sadness without any apparent cause
A feeling of energy drainage & fatigue
A sudden feeling of heat that seems to come out of nowhere and spread through your face and body. They can include sweating, palpitations and blushing.
Fluctuations in sexual desire and decreased interest in sex
Bones become weaker and more fragile
A lack of moisture that may itch and burn and can lead to painful intercourse
Trouble sleeping or in your sleeping pattern
Mood swings

You are looking for a product to help you deal with mood swings as well.

You may also find it harder to concentrate on tasks, and, eventually, you may also find your patience grows short and your level of frustration rises, even when confronted with seemingly simple challenges.

You have come to the right place.

Bone loss

You are looking for a product to help you deal your bone loss:

There is a direct relationship between the decline of estrogen following menopause and the progression of bone loss. Your bones are made of living, growing tissue; for women, estrogen is a major player in the bone-building process. With the reduction of estrogen levels following menopause, bone resorption (breakdown) overtakes the building of new bone, so that women undergo a gradual but steady process of bone loss.

It is a natural process however maintenance of bone health is crucial in keeping a vibrant and active life.

You have come to the right place

Hot flushes and night sweats

You are looking for a product to help you deal with hot flushes as well.

Hot flushes are never fun to experience. They can hit anywhere, anytime, without warning, and can occur during the day or night.

They can be scary, but hot flushes are actually a very normal reaction to the hormonal changes that you are undergoing. You have reached menopause, which is a natural biological process, a transition in life in which there are physiological changes that influence a number of systems in your body that have both a physical and emotional impact.

Low energy and fatigue

You are looking for a product to help you deal with your low energy and fatigue.

You may also find it harder to concentrate on tasks, and, eventually, you may also find your patience grows short and your level of frustration rises, even when confronted with seemingly simple challenges.

You have come to the right place.

Decreased libido

You are looking for a product to help you deal with decreased libido as well.

Although many women continue to have satisfying sex during menopause and beyond, some women experience a lagging libido during this period of hormonal changes. This matter is usually not discussed openly, but should be taken seriously as the reduction in sexual desire encompasses interpersonal and psychological factors that can cause great distress.

You have come to the right place.

Sleep disturbances

You are looking for a product to help you deal your sleep disturbance.

Changes in hormone levels have an impact on your sleeping patterns. As many as 61% of menopausal women report symptoms of insomnia. While total sleep time may not suffer, sleep quality does. This has both a physical and emotional impact as fatigue becomes part of your life.

You have come to the right place.

Vaginal Dryness

You are looking for a product to help you deal your vaginal dryness:

Vaginal dryness (also called vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis) is the thinning, drying and inflammation of the lining of the vagina, in response to a drop in the body’s estrogen level. The deficiency affects not only the vaginal lining, but also the health and functioning of the urinary tract, making it prone to infection and other problems. Since the urinary tract may be involved, the condition is also called urogenital atrophy.

It is a natural process however a very painful and disruptive part that has both a physical and emotional impact on your life.

You have come to the right place.

Do not worry, you are not alone. You have probably entered a natural biological process, a transition in life in which there are physiological changes that influence a number of systems in your body that have both a physical and emotional impact.

This time of life is associated with a hormonal imbalance, it can lead to irregular menstrual patterns (whether in the timing, the length or the level of the flow) or complete cessation of menstruation. You are more concerned with the aging of your skin (you probably see the wrinkles and dryness of your face), and you start to have more frequent mood swings, among many additional symptoms that start to appear that are becoming a concern to you. Basically, PMS has set in!

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

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As the decline in estrogen levels is gradual, so are the symptoms associated with this decline. It can start by slight and unrecognizable symptoms, such as trouble sleeping, increased fatigue, forgetfulness, fluctuations in sexual desire (libido) and mood swings and progress to the more recognizable symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats, which occur as the drop in estrogen levels speeds up. Some women also complain of vaginal dryness, although this usually appears at a later stage of life.

What symptoms are expected?

The symptoms vary from person to person; however, most women in your situation will manifest at least some of these symptoms:

  • Irregular periods
  • Skin dryness and loss of elasticity
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Decreased energy levels and fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Increased and prolonged premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Lower sex drive
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism

Whether your symptoms are slight or more pronounced, they have a negative impact on your daily life, but can be controlled. You are most probably an active, working mother, partner, daughter and sister and need to handle all this while struggling with changing hormonal levels, which are confusing and a source of great concern.

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put these concerns aside and continue on with your daily life.

Although a natural process, and you will not be able to get your menstruation back, you do have the ability to ease the accompanying symptoms that come with this transition more about menopause

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more>

Menopause is the term that represents the end of menstruation. When a woman has had 12 consecutive months with no menstrual period, and no other biological or physiological cause has been identified, she is officially in menopause.

The timing of natural menopause is variable; it can occur as early as in a woman’s 30s (premature menopause) and as late as in her 60s. In the western world, the average age is now 51.

Most women approaching menopause will have hot flushes, a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads over the upper body, often with blushing and some sweating. The severity of hot flushes varies from mild in some women to severe in others. Some women only have occasional hot flushes, which don’t really bother them at all, while others report 20 or more hot flushes a day, which are uncomfortable, disruptive and embarrassing.

Although hot flushes are a common bothersome symptom for which women are looking for some kind of relief, it is crucial to understand that menopause encompasses much more than that, and, unfortunately, it has a great impact on the decline in the quality of life of many women.

Common symptoms around the time of menopause include:

  • Hot flushes
  • Night sweats
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Racing heart
  • Headaches
  • Joint and muscle aches and pains
  • Lower sex drive
  • Anxiety and a feeling of loss
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism
  • Loss of breast fullness

Not all women experience symptoms prior to or following menopause. However, if a woman had surgery that removed both her uterus and ovaries, it will propel her into immediate menopause, without any transitional phase, and she is likely to have hot flushes and other menopausal signs and symptoms, which can be severe, as these hormonal changes occur abruptly rather than over several years.

Some symptoms can last from a few months to several years after the woman's last period, but they can carry on for many years.

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

Post The time of a woman's life following menopause is called post-menopause. During this time, many of the bothersome symptoms you may have experienced in the past gradually decrease. However, as a result of several factors, including prolonged estrogen deficiency, you are at an increased risk for a number of health conditions, which become more common and acute with time.

Although estrogen decline is natural, your quality of life should not suffer.

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

read more >

The more common conditions that accompany women in the later stage life:

  • Bone loss that leads to the development of osteoporosis
  • Vaginal dryness leading to discomfort during sex and, in some cases, to bleeding
  • Increased susceptibility to vaginal urinary infections due to the decrease in pH levels
  • A poorly working bladder and bowel
  • Poor skin elasticity (increased wrinkling) and thinning hair
  • Poor muscle power and tone
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Heart disease
  • Depression

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

Mood swings

Do not worry, you are not alone. You have probably entered a natural biological process, a transition in life in which there are physiological changes that influence a number of systems in your body that have both a physical and emotional impact.

This time of life is associated with a hormonal imbalance, it can lead to irregular menstrual patterns (whether in the timing, the length or the level of the flow) or complete cessation of menstruation. You are more concerned with the aging of your skin (you probably see the wrinkles and dryness of your face), and you start to have more frequent mood swings, among many additional symptoms that start to appear that are becoming a concern to you. Basically, PMS has set in!

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more >

As the decline in estrogen levels is gradual, so are the symptoms associated with this decline. It can start by slight and unrecognizable symptoms, such as trouble sleeping, increased fatigue, forgetfulness, fluctuations in sexual desire (libido) and mood swings and progress to the more recognizable symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats, which occur as the drop in estrogen levels speeds up. Some women also complain of vaginal dryness, although this usually appears at a later stage of life.

What symptoms are expected?

The symptoms vary from person to person; however, most women in your situation will manifest at least some of these symptoms:

  • Irregular periods
  • Skin dryness and loss of elasticity
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Decreased energy levels and fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Increased and prolonged premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Lower sex drive
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism

Whether your symptoms are slight or more pronounced, they have a negative impact on your daily life, but can be controlled. You are most probably an active, working mother, partner, daughter and sister and need to handle all this while struggling with changing hormonal levels, which are confusing and a source of great concern.

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put these concerns aside and continue on with your daily life.

Low energy

Do not worry, you are not alone. You have probably entered a natural biological process, a transition in life in which there are physiological changes that influence a number of systems in your body that have both a physical and emotional impact.

This time of life is associated with a hormonal imbalance, it can lead to irregular menstrual patterns (whether in the timing, the length or the level of the flow) or complete cessation of menstruation. You are more concerned with the aging of your skin (you probably see the wrinkles and dryness of your face), and you start to have more frequent mood swings, among many additional symptoms that start to appear that are becoming a concern to you. Basically, PMS has set in!

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more >

As the decline in estrogen levels is gradual, so are the symptoms associated with this decline. It can start by slight and unrecognizable symptoms, such as trouble sleeping, increased fatigue, forgetfulness, fluctuations in sexual desire (libido) and mood swings and progress to the more recognizable symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats, which occur as the drop in estrogen levels speeds up. Some women also complain of vaginal dryness, although this usually appears at a later stage of life.

What symptoms are expected?

The symptoms vary from person to person; however, most women in your situation will manifest at least some of these symptoms:

  • Irregular periods
  • Skin dryness and loss of elasticity
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Decreased energy levels and fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Increased and prolonged premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Lower sex drive
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism

Whether your symptoms are slight or more pronounced, they have a negative impact on your daily life, but can be controlled. You are most probably an active, working mother, partner, daughter and sister and need to handle all this while struggling with changing hormonal levels, which are confusing and a source of great concern.

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put these concerns aside and continue on with your daily life.

Hot flushes

Although a natural process, and you will not be able to get your menstruation back, you do have the ability to ease the accompanying symptoms that come with this transition more about menopause

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more>

Menopause is the term that represents the end of menstruation. When a woman has had 12 consecutive months with no menstrual period, and no other biological or physiological cause has been identified, she is officially in menopause.

The timing of natural menopause is variable; it can occur as early as in a woman’s 30s (premature menopause) and as late as in her 60s. In the western world, the average age is now 51.

Most women approaching menopause will have hot flushes, a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads over the upper body, often with blushing and some sweating. The severity of hot flushes varies from mild in some women to severe in others. Some women only have occasional hot flushes, which don’t really bother them at all, while others report 20 or more hot flushes a day, which are uncomfortable, disruptive and embarrassing.

Although hot flushes are a common bothersome symptom for which women are looking for some kind of relief, it is crucial to understand that menopause encompasses much more than that, and, unfortunately, it has a great impact on the decline in the quality of life of many women.

Common symptoms around the time of menopause include:

  • Hot flushes
  • Night sweats
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Racing heart
  • Headaches
  • Joint and muscle aches and pains
  • Lower sex drive
  • Anxiety and a feeling of loss
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism
  • Loss of breast fullness

Not all women experience symptoms prior to or following menopause. However, if a woman had surgery that removed both her uterus and ovaries, it will propel her into immediate menopause, without any transitional phase, and she is likely to have hot flushes and other menopausal signs and symptoms, which can be severe, as these hormonal changes occur abruptly rather than over several years.

Some symptoms can last from a few months to several years after the woman's last period, but they can carry on for many years.

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

Decreased libido

Although a natural process, and you will not be able to get your menstruation back, you do have the ability to ease the accompanying symptoms that come with this transition more about menopause

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more>

Menopause is the term that represents the end of menstruation. When a woman has had 12 consecutive months with no menstrual period, and no other biological or physiological cause has been identified, she is officially in menopause.

The timing of natural menopause is variable; it can occur as early as in a woman’s 30s (premature menopause) and as late as in her 60s. In the western world, the average age is now 51.

Most women approaching menopause will have hot flushes, a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads over the upper body, often with blushing and some sweating. The severity of hot flushes varies from mild in some women to severe in others. Some women only have occasional hot flushes, which don’t really bother them at all, while others report 20 or more hot flushes a day, which are uncomfortable, disruptive and embarrassing.

Although hot flushes are a common bothersome symptom for which women are looking for some kind of relief, it is crucial to understand that menopause encompasses much more than that, and, unfortunately, it has a great impact on the decline in the quality of life of many women.

Common symptoms around the time of menopause include:

  • Hot flushes
  • Night sweats
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Racing heart
  • Headaches
  • Joint and muscle aches and pains
  • Lower sex drive
  • Anxiety and a feeling of loss
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism
  • Loss of breast fullness

Not all women experience symptoms prior to or following menopause. However, if a woman had surgery that removed both her uterus and ovaries, it will propel her into immediate menopause, without any transitional phase, and she is likely to have hot flushes and other menopausal signs and symptoms, which can be severe, as these hormonal changes occur abruptly rather than over several years.

Some symptoms can last from a few months to several years after the woman's last period, but they can carry on for many years.

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

Bone loss

Post The time of a woman's life following menopause is called post-menopause. During this time, many of the bothersome symptoms you may have experienced in the past gradually decrease. However, as a result of several factors, including prolonged estrogen deficiency, you are at an increased risk for a number of health conditions, which become more common and acute with time.

Although estrogen decline is natural, your quality of life should not suffer.

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

read more >

The more common conditions that accompany women in the later stage life:

  • Bone loss that leads to the development of osteoporosis
  • Vaginal dryness leading to discomfort during sex and, in some cases, to bleeding
  • Increased susceptibility to vaginal urinary infections due to the decrease in pH levels
  • A poorly working bladder and bowel
  • Poor skin elasticity (increased wrinkling) and thinning hair
  • Poor muscle power and tone
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Heart disease
  • Depression

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

Vaginal Dryness

Post The time of a woman's life following menopause is called post-menopause. During this time, many of the bothersome symptoms you may have experienced in the past gradually decrease. However, as a result of several factors, including prolonged estrogen deficiency, you are at an increased risk for a number of health conditions, which become more common and acute with time.

Although estrogen decline is natural, your quality of life should not suffer.

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

read more >

The more common conditions that accompany women in the later stage life:

  • Bone loss that leads to the development of osteoporosis
  • Vaginal dryness leading to discomfort during sex and, in some cases, to bleeding
  • Increased susceptibility to vaginal urinary infections due to the decrease in pH levels
  • A poorly working bladder and bowel
  • Poor skin elasticity (increased wrinkling) and thinning hair
  • Poor muscle power and tone
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Heart disease
  • Depression

Femarelle® Unstoppable was developed for you.

Sleep disturbances

Although a natural process, and you will not be able to get your menstruation back, you do have the ability to ease the accompanying symptoms that come with this transition more about menopause

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

read more>

Menopause is the term that represents the end of menstruation. When a woman has had 12 consecutive months with no menstrual period, and no other biological or physiological cause has been identified, she is officially in menopause.

The timing of natural menopause is variable; it can occur as early as in a woman’s 30s (premature menopause) and as late as in her 60s. In the western world, the average age is now 51.

Most women approaching menopause will have hot flushes, a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads over the upper body, often with blushing and some sweating. The severity of hot flushes varies from mild in some women to severe in others. Some women only have occasional hot flushes, which don’t really bother them at all, while others report 20 or more hot flushes a day, which are uncomfortable, disruptive and embarrassing.

Although hot flushes are a common bothersome symptom for which women are looking for some kind of relief, it is crucial to understand that menopause encompasses much more than that, and, unfortunately, it has a great impact on the decline in the quality of life of many women.

Common symptoms around the time of menopause include:

  • Hot flushes
  • Night sweats
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Racing heart
  • Headaches
  • Joint and muscle aches and pains
  • Lower sex drive
  • Anxiety and a feeling of loss
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism
  • Loss of breast fullness

Not all women experience symptoms prior to or following menopause. However, if a woman had surgery that removed both her uterus and ovaries, it will propel her into immediate menopause, without any transitional phase, and she is likely to have hot flushes and other menopausal signs and symptoms, which can be severe, as these hormonal changes occur abruptly rather than over several years.

Some symptoms can last from a few months to several years after the woman's last period, but they can carry on for many years.

With Femarelle® Recharge, you can put this concern aside and continue on with your daily life.

Our recommendation

Femarelle® Rejuvenate

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If you are in your 40s, and you start to see changes in your regular menstruation patterns, Femarelle® Rejuvenate is for you.

Femarelle® Rejuvenate targets the primary stages and symptoms that accompany the hormonal imbalance that comes with age. The progress of irregular menstrual patterns is natural; however.

With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you will experience:

  • Better control over your moods
  • Improved sleep
  • Increased energy levels
  • Better skin elasticity

 

Whether your symptoms are slight or more pronounced, they have a negative impact on your daily life, but they can be controlled. You are probably an active, working mother, partner, daughter and sister and need to handle all this while struggling with changing hormonal levels, which are confusing and a source of great concern.
With Femarelle® Rejuvenate, you can put these concerns aside and continue on with your daily life.

Femarelle® Recharge

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If your menstruation has ceased, Femarelle® Recharge is for you. Femarelle® Recharge targets the symptoms that plague women during menopause. Hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings and sleep disturbance are symptoms most commonly discussed; however, a decline in sex drive (decreased libido), anxiety and depression that accompany women in menopause can be of great distress and have an extreme effect on women's well-being

 

With Femarelle® Recharge, you will experience:

 

  • Swift relief of symptoms – the hot flushes and night sweats, as well as other symptoms, will diminish and even disappear within the first month of use
  • Better sleep
  • Increased energy levels
  • Control over mood changes
  • Decreased anxiety and aggression
  • Return of sex drive
  • No estrogenic effect on the breast or uterus

 

Femarelle® Recharge will allow you to take charge of your menopausal transition in an effective and confident manner.

* Please note that Femarelle® Recharge is the same product as the original Femarelle® with the addition of vitamin B6

Femarelle® Unstoppable

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If you are searching for the best product that will provide you bone health and vaginal health, Femarelle® Unstoppable is for you.

Femarelle® Unstoppable will assist you in detaining the development of post-menopausal conditions and will provide you prolonged quality of life. The unique properties of Femarelle® Unstoppable provide you with an exclusive product that not only promotes new bone formation, but also optimizes and allows a lower amount of calcium so that the calcium will be deposited in the bone without having excess that can be deposited in the arteries causing calcification, thus leading to kidney and bladder stones.

With Femarelle® Unstoppable, you will enjoy:

  • Prolonged bone health through its unique bone-rebuilding mechanism
  • Vaginal health
  • Joint and muscle flexibility
  • Better sleep
  • Increased energy levels and ability to fight off depression

 

Femarelle® Unstoppable will improve your quality of life, allowing you to build a healthy and vibrant life style that you deserve.