Fluctuations in hormones and increased estrogen are often experienced by women after getting off hormone-based birth control. The side effects of estrogen dominance can include, but are not limited to: hormonal acne, irregular periods, increased PMS symptoms, bloating, weight fluctuations, and heavy or painful periods. Birth Control Detox formula was created for life after birth control. The once-daily serving helps you find balance again by supporting your body's natural hormone production and regulation through the 3 following areas:
1. Liver detoxification
2. Gut health
3. Daily vitamins and minerals
A healthy liver is vital for hormone balance, it is responsible for the detoxification and excretion of our body's hormones. Maca, Magnesium, DIM (diindolylmethane), Milk Thistle, and Dandelion are included in the formula to help optimize liver function and metabolize increased estrogen and progestin.*
Much of our body's health can be traced back to the gut. The good probiotics in your gut play a central role in the regulation of estrogen levels and can influence the risk of developing estrogen-related diseases such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, and breast cancer. A 250mg blend of vegan probiotics have been included in the formula to meet these unique needs.
Daily Vitamins & Minerals
Essential daily vitamins and minerals not only promote the growth, development, and function of other areas of the body, but also tag-team in balancing hormones. Calcium, vitamins A, C, and D are used to strengthen your immune system and assist in utilization and absorption of nutrients.*
What else is included?
There is nothing worse than hormonal acne and the best way to clear skin is from the inside out. Zinc, B-Complex, and Witch Hazel help
reduce inflammation, repair skin, decrease overall oil and redness, and promote the development of new skin cells to help clear your complexion.* Partnered use with our Fish Oil
supplement optimizes results and provides vital Omega 3's to help limit the production of inflammatory chemicals responsible for breakouts.*