I have a question about potassium hydroxide

by Jenny
(Columbia, sc)

I use emerita progesterone cream, the original natural progesterone cream for menopause/perimenopause, but lately I haven't been able to find it in any stores. I only find the natural balancing cream which has an extra ingredient called potassium hydroxide. I was wondering is that something that with throw my hormones off balance again and is it good to use.
Thank you
Jenny

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Jul 09, 2013
I have a question about potassium hydroxide
by: JL

Hi Jenny

Whilst I can't comment much on Potassium hydroxide which is an inorganic compound with the formula KOH, commonly called caustic potash.

I can however, advise you to try NATPRO it is organic and as far as I am concerned the best on the market today and pricing is excellent.

Give it a bash, you will not be sorry!

Take care.

Jul 10, 2013
I have a question about potassium hydroxide
by: Wray

Hi Jenny Potassium hydroxide is used to adjust the pH of the cream, it's an alkaline substance, second cousin to sodium hydroxide or caustic soda. It won't affect your hormones. If you're concerned about the ingredients you might like to look at the ingredients in the cream we make. We run Saliva Tests on it to make sure the progesterone is absorbed well too. We do have a few pages you could look through too, How to use progesterone cream, Peri-menopause and Menopause. Take care Wray

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