Arbonne Prolief and PhytoProlief for Hormone balancing

If you ask my family I have had hormone issues since I was around 11. To be honest I have to agree with them. Fortunately for all involved it is not always bad but since having our youngest I have found myself struggling with lack of sleep and hormones that are out of wack.

Our youngest is now 4 so I think that my body should have recovered to some degree by now…. I have tried oral contraceptives, changing diet you name it and nothing worked. In fact some of the things I tried made me worse… and I didn’t think that was possible.

When my sponsor mentioned that Arbonne had creams for hormone balancing I was intrigued. I had read about the idea online a year before but have never been brave enough to try it. So when I placed my first big order as a Consultant I decided it was worth a try.

Well I LOVE IT!! When used regularly I feel like a completely different person and I feel much calmer. Application is based on your personal situation. Please contact me prior to ordering and using so that I can provide you with the correct information for your situation.

The natural balancing creams are applied to soft tissues including, chest, inner arms, neck, face, palms of hands and soles of feet, with the best results from rotating applications to different soft tissues.

I am using the Prolief which is for women who have not gone through menopause. For those that have there is PhytoProlief which contains phytoeostrogen herbs.

Both of these creams are botanically based and come in a metered pump to ensure accurate and consistent application.

If you have any questions about these products or any other Arbonne product feel free to leave a comment or you can sign my guestbook and I will respond via email.

Rebecca Doll.
Arbonne Independent Consultant

Note: This review is a personal opinion of an Arbonne product that I have tried and at the time of publishing am currently using. Any claims are purely those of the author and not those of Arbonne International.

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5 thoughts on “Arbonne Prolief and PhytoProlief for Hormone balancing

  1. Hello!
    I too am an Arbonne Consultant…I just joined my team in Oct. I was looking online to see what others are saying about the balancing cream. I have had to go on antidepressents b/c of my mood swings and inability to control my anger. I also had very low moments when I could not control my saddness. I am wondering if I could benefit from this product and thought I would ask for your advice on this. I saw your mention of having the right info for my situation before ordering….(though I will just order through myself 🙂
    I am 33, mother of 2, but do not plan on having anymore children. I had great pregnancies, but recently have had issues. When my hormones were tested, my testoserone levels were a couple of points away from being too low. I think that might be the issue. My doctor thought I should ask a holistic pharmasist here in Erie and I might take him the product info this week. MY periods are really heavy. This has been true most of my life. I also struggle with acne and have all my life. I was on Accutane (not sure if you know about this product) two times and I have a hunch that this is also the source of some of my problems. I really think my acne is hormone based more than anything else! I am using the Arbonne RE9 and Advantage skin products but I am frustrated b/c I am still having breakouts…really don’t think it has to do with my skin, but hormones.

    Please let me know your thoughts…anything would be helpful.
    Thank you!
    Stephanie Weiss, Arbonne Independent Consultant

  2. I am only 27 but I suffer from bipolar and anxiety, also with hormonal issues. Is this product safe to use? How much is it

  3. I have been using the Phyto Prolief cream for 7 months now. I am 51 years old. I had been suffering from hot flashes for about 10 years. My lab work all showed that I was not in menopause so I put it off as “just me”. Alittle over a year ago the flashes became so bad it was really effecting my everyday life, at work my co-workers and patients noticed and commented on it. It was embarrassing and I was getting depressed. I wasn’t sleeping at night due to night sweats. I went back to the doctor and my hormones finally showed changes that they had decreased. I started a clonidine patch to help with the night sweats and they suggested wild yam cream because I didn’t want hormone replacements. I started with the Phyto prolief. It took about 3-4 weeks and my flashes are completely gone. I have gone without the patch and only noticed some mild night sweats but during the day I still have no flashes. My mood is so much better and I really believe it is the balancing cream.
    A couple of my co workers are using the Prolief cream, neither are going thru menopause yet by they swear that it really helps with their moods.

  4. I am 28, have had issues with hormonal imbalance for a while now. I only have 1 child who will be 3 this coming March 2014. We are trying to conceive again and I have tried diet and supplements (Vitex/Chaste Tree & Red Raspberry Leaf) with no relief, I feel more out of control and angry all the time, awful breakouts that don’t seem to go away, extremely tired and irritable, so stressed out. Please help!!! I had progesterone issues while pregnant, bled all the time when pregnant each month.

  5. Hi Jessica,
    Sorry it’s taken me so long to respond. I understand how frustrating it can be feeling this way.

    I think that the Prolief could definitely help with your symptoms. I think that given your breakouts you may also have some other underlying issues.

    I encourage you to research zinc and copper and the possibility that your body may need more zinc.
    After doing research online I came to the conclusion that I must have high copper levels and low zinc. I gave myself a month trial with daily zinc supplementation. I personally had some amazing results. Weston Price offers an interesting perspective on the zinc/copper balance.

    Here is a link to another article about food sources of zinc.

    I hope that you find the answer you are looking for and have a medical practitioner you can work with.

    Note: Material on this blog is provided for informational purposes only. It is general information that may not apply to you as an individual, and is not a substitute for your own doctor’s medical care or advice.

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