Is my progesterone cream O.K?

I am using "Stay In Balance" progesterone cream and was wondering if it is O.K I have included the ingredients;

Purifier DI water
Aloe vera gel (hydroponic grown)
Natural Bee's wax
Nettle Root
Natural Progesterone USP (micronized)
Almond Oil Extract
MSM (methylsulfonyl methane)
Glyceryl Streate SF
Jojoba Oil
Coconut Oil
Cetyl Esters
Carbomer 34
Germall Plus an FDA approved highly effective, safe, patented preservative

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Nov 17, 2011
Is my progesterone cream O.K?
by: Wray

Hi there I would never put a cream on my skin containing a carbomer. It's a synthetic compound made by mixing acrylic acid with sodium hydroxide. They say there are no toxicity symptoms attributable to it, but as there are many other natural agents which help thicken and stabilise a cream, why use it. Germall is a trade name for a combo of diazolidinyl urea and iodopropynyl butylcarbamate. Some people can have an allergic reaction to these. Although the FDA has given it's approval, I would never trust anything the FDA say! EWG give it a hazard rating of 5 and 4-6, see here and here. There are safer, more natural preservatives on the market. The rest of the ingredients are fine. Take care Wray

May 14, 2013
GRITTY & STICKY Stay In Balance 2.5 oz
by: Anonymous

The Stay In Balance2 by MS Labs 2.5 oz is GRITTY and STICKY on the skin. It appears to work well if you can get by the gritty and sticky feel. I wait about 5 minutes and have to baby powder myself or it would stay sticky.

May 18, 2013
GRITTY & STICKY Stay In Balance 2.5 oz
by: Wray

Hi there There are many good creams on the market, why do you struggle with this one. The grittiness means the progesterone has precipitated out, so you are not getting the full benefit. You might to compare price and the ingredients with this one here. The cream you are using also contains Germall as the cream above does. Take care Wray

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