LESS COMPLAINTS & ATTRACTIVENESS
2-IN-1 MENOPAUSE RELIEF
THE UNIQUE 2-IN-1 COMBINATION
- LESS COMPLAINTS
- MORE SKIN ELASTICITY
80 MG MF11RCE® RED CLOVER ISOFLAVONES
+ 112 MG HYALURONIC ACID
Recommend Menapul® at the first signs of menopause. The first signs of menopause often manifest earlier than thought and may be easily overlooked.
- Decline in performance, lack of concen tration, tiredness, sleep disturbances/insomnia, mood swings, irritability
- Depressive moods and anxiety, hot flashes, excessive sweating, night sweats, change in distribution of body fat, weight gain
- Dryness of the hair and mucous membranes (e.g. vaginal dryness, dry eye), pain during sexual intercourse, loss of libido, joint complaints
MENAPUL® PROVIDES OPTIMAL SUPPORT FOR WOMEN IN ALL 3 PHASES OF MENOPAUSE
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