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6 Reasons Why Women With PCOS Need To Include An Androgen Blocking Vitamin In Their Daily Routine

Have you done it all to find PCOS symptoms relief?

But did you know that you can use natural vitamins to block androgen levels and reduce PCOS symptoms like excess facial and body hair, hair loss on your head and cystic acne?

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Here is why an androgen blocker might be the solution you've been waiting for.


Naturally Promotes balanced androgen levels

Ingredients like Saw Palmetto, Green Tea, Reishi Mushoom, Zinc and Nettle Root are all key ingredients to look out for in an androgen blocking vitamin. These ingredients have been scientifically proven to support healthy androgen levels and prevent issues like excess hair, skin issues and male-pattern balding.


relieves unwanted excess hair (Hirsutism)

Unwanted facial and body hair is typically a result of excess androgen (testosterone) levels in the body. By balancing androgens with natural ingredients we can support in reducing or removing unwanted hair.


Promotes clear skin & helps relieve acne

Another issue when it comes to excess androgen levels is poor skin and hormonal acne around the chin and jaw area. Excess androgens lead to increased oily skin and blocked pores, causing cystic acne that is hard to treat with external skin treatments.


reduces male-pattern hair growth symptoms

By reducing excess androgens we are also able to stop embarrassing symptoms like hair loss. Excess androgens lead to what is called "Miniaturized hair follicles" and result in intense hair loss and receding hairlines in women.


Supports healthy weight and metabolism

Supporting balanced androgen levels is a fantastic way to help maintain healthy weight and metabolism.




Improves healthy head hair

Every tiny change in androgen levels can mean a huge improvement in symptoms like hair loss, acne, irregular cycles and excess weight.

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