Claiming to balance hormones, promote healthy breasts, make periods effortless, and create PMS support, Estrosense promises women a supplement that helps improve numerous hormonal elements which can disturb daily activities. Although this product claims to produce hormonal balance for many women we wonder if can help those who are going through the various stages of menopause. In order to answer this question we decided to conduct some independent research online. Read on to learn more about this product and whether it is right for your situation.
The following ingredients are included in each Estrosense capsule:
- Calcium D-Glucarate
- Sunphenon Green Tea
- Milk Thistle
- Magnesium Stearate
This product is intended for women only. Estrosense users are encouraged to take one capsule 2-4 times per day with food. There is no indication on the product website as to what time of day these capsules should be taken.
While Estrosense does not mention any side effects associated with their product, reports show that some consumers have seen an increase in acne when using Estrosense. Consult a doctor if you have any questions or problems.
Estrosense can be purchased for $28.79 on The Vitamin Shoppe. It is also important to note that when customers sign up for The Vitamin Shoppe’s email list they receive a 10% discount on their purchase. With each purchase of Estrosense, customers will receive 60 capsules. When calculated with daily dosage, this is a 15-30 day supply.
No guarantee could be found while researching this product. Consumers want to feel confident in trying out a new product. It is disappointing that this product does not offer the security of a money back guarantee. Many comparable products offer guarantees.
After reviewing the researched information provided, it seems that this product may not be the best supplement for women in menopause. The reason for this is simple — ingredients known to help reduce the symptoms of menopause are not found in Estrosense. Therefore, it seems taking this supplement for menopause would leave users dissatisfied. There are other elements which should also concern users. Our first concern is the amount of daily pills. Taking the highest dosage, consumers will take four tablets throughout the day. This is a rather high number and could be an inconvenience for people who cannot remember to take pills throughout the day. Also, if the highest dosage is taken, consumers will have to repurchase every two weeks, thus resulting in users having to pay over $60 a month.
Another concern is the lack of a guarantee. Guarantees create security factors for all customers. When a guarantee is not provided, companies reduce the customers’ trust and decrease overall satisfaction.