Transdermal creams are readily absorbed through the skin
While we tend to think of ourselves as ‘waterproof’ the reality is our skin is porous and certain substances are absorbed, not just into the skin but into the fat tissue beneath and the blood stream itself.

Transdermal progesterone creams have been shown scientifically to be readily absorbed and to produce a reliable and predictable level of progesterone in the body.

When taken in tablet form 90% of natural progesterone is removed by the liver, whereas a well formulated progesterone cream will enable over 90% of its progesterone content to reach the body tissue.

Once it has passed through the skin the progesterone is stored in the fat tissue beneath, which is in fact where the body naturally stores its progesterone reserves.

Our usage information is based on the latest findings, which is to incorporate both thin skinned and fatty tissue areas and to rotate the areas regularly - which means daily for most women. This avoids overusing any one receptor site which can lead to less hormone being absorbed.

You get good coverage if you apply to a thin area in one application and a fatty area in the next one. For instance, if you apply it to your left arm on Monday (upper arm is fatty tissue and lower inside arm is thin tissue) and then work down your body on one side and back up the on following days.

Wellsprings Serenity is a natural progesterone cream that has a special liposomal formula that optimised performance and leads to 97%-100% absorption of its progesterone content. *
This information is for general interest only. Every woman is unique. Your results may vary.