Oasis Serene

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Oasis Serene anti-aging creme is a combination of natural ingredients including organic avocado oil, and organic cold-pressed whole-leaf aloe vera which softens, smoothes and rejuvenates the skin. Oasis Serene utilizes Mexican Wild Yam Root, a natural source of progesterone prepared according to the USP, added to select antioxidants like Camu Camu (vitamin C), along with natural Vitamin E, Vitamin A and Vitamin B6 making this natural anti-aging and rejuvenating creme a best friend to both women and men.† †Results may vary.

Oasis Serene™ Progesterone Rejuvenating Crème

Oasis Serene™ anti-aging crème is a combination of natural ingredients including organic avocado oil, and organic cold-pressed whole-leaf aloe vera which softens, smooths and rejuvenates the skin. Oasis Serene™ utilizes Mexican Wild Yam Root, a natural source of progesterone prepared according to the USP, added to select antioxidants like Camu Camu (natural vitamin C), along with natural vitamin E, Vitamin A and Vitamin B6 making this natural anti-aging and rejuvenating crème a best friend to both women and men. Using just 1/8 teaspoon of Oasis Serene™ will bring you all the benefits of this special crème. Unlike other cosmetics that encourage over-use, for Oasis Serene™ a very small amount really does go a long way.

According to a 2005 study done by the Division of Special and Environmental Dermatology at the Medical University of Vienna, a cream containing progesterone USP can have positive effects on the skin of peri-menopausal and postmenopausal women. The study was done over a 16 week period on 40 subjects. At the end of the study, the application of two percent progesterone USP cream had a noticeable anti-aging effect on the appearance of the participant's skin. The skin of the subjects showed an improvement in the appearance of elasticity and firmness after daily application of the cream. (Effects and side-effects of 2% progesterone 3am on the skin: results from a double-blind, vehicle-controlled, randomized study)

Reasons to Use Oasis Serene™ Progesterone Rejuvenating Creme

  • Helps with dry skin associated with normal aging process.
  • Helps to improve the skin's appearance by softening wrinkles associated with normal aging process.
  • Helps to moisturize dry skin.
  • Helps to hydrate the skin.
  • Helps to improve skin's appearance of elasticity and firmness.
  • Botanically based.
  • Includes organic ingredients.
  • Fast drying and absorbing.
  • Non-greasy and Non-clogging.
  • Fragrance-free.
  • GMO-free. No animal testing. Gluten-Free. Made in the USA.
  • Contains no harmful chemicals.
  • pH balanced.
  • Contains no common irritants or artificial colors.
  • Contains no parabens, mineral oil, or petroleum ingredients.
  • No pre-measured packaging. Packaged so that you can use the exact amount to fit your particular needs.
  • Formulated in 2004 by Naturopathic Practitioner, Loretta Lanphier, for those wanting a non-toxic progesterone cream.

†Results may vary.

Package - 2-ounce jar (BPA-free)

OASIS SERENE INGREDIENT LIST:

Purified Water, Cold-Pressed Whole-Leaf Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis)*, Avocado Oil*, USP Progesterone (750 mg/oz), Vegetable Glycerin*, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary Extract)*, Milk Thistle Extract*, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vitamin A (palmitate), Vitamin E (Natural Tocopherol), Vitamin B6, Camu Camu*, Grape Seed Extract*

*Certified Organic Ingredient

Suggested Use

Rub on clean skin morning & night. Apply to thin skin areas where blood vessels can be seen. Rotate application areas. Do not use for more than 3 weeks out of each month. You don't need to use more than a very small amount to see the beauty within this product. 1/8 tsp provides approximately 15.5 mg of progesterone USP. Contains approximately 750 mg of USP progesterone per ounce.

CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, nursing, trying to become pregnant consult a healthcare professional. If rash or redness occurs, discontinue use. Oasis Serene™ should not be used by anyone under the age of 18 unless directed by a knowledgeable healthcare practitioner. Store in cool, dry place. Expiration date located on bottom of jar.

Note: As with any product that is placed on the skin or in the body, it is the consumer's responsibility to research all product ingredients.

Natural Progesterone Research

It is often mistakenly said that there is no scientific or research reference material on the use of natural (bioidential) progesterone.  This is simply not true, as there exists plenty of information and data in peer-reviewed medical journals but these are simply often not quoted or known about widely enough.   The following is a list of some of the many articles from journals that are widely accepted by authorities to be legitimate and well researched.

Breast Cancer Res Treat 2007;101:125-134 - “Estradiol and progesterone demonstrated no increased risk of breast cancer. Synthetic estrogen (Premarin® ) and synthetic progestins (medroxyprogesterone and noresterone) all dramatically increased the risk of breast cancer. This was a ten year study of over 100,000 women, the largest and longest study to date comparing natural hormones to synthetic hormones”.

Fertility Sterility 2005 Dec;84(6):1589-601 - “The WHI trial had major design flaws that led to adverse conclusions about the positive effects of hormone therapy. The study included mostly older women that already had cardiovascular disease. The study utilized only medroxyprogesterone (Provera® which we know negates any beneficial effect of estrogen, rather than the bio identical hormone, progesterone”. Multiple other studies with estrogen started early in menopause demonstrate beneficial effects.”

American Family Physicians 2000;62: 1339-46. - “Due to the side effects of synthetic progestin’s, natural progesterone is preferred. Progesterone has proven bio-availability and no side effects making it the preferred hormone for menopause.

Obstetrics Gynecology 1989;73:606 - “Natural estrogen and natural progesterone offer substantial clinical benefit over the synthetic hormones and should be the agents of choice for menopause.”

Maturitas 2003 Dec;46(1):555-58 – “Progesterone reduces proliferation of breast cancer cells and induces cellular apoptosis (kills breast cancer cells)

Japan Journal of Cancer Research 1985June;76:699-04. American Family Physicians: 2000;62(8):1839. – “Mammary tumor stimulation was reduced both by progesterone and Tamoxifen, more so by progesterone by Tamoxifen which is the drug of choice to treat cancer.”

Mayo Clinic, Women’s HealthSource: August, 1999, pg 3. – “The multitude of side effects associated with the synthetic analogues called progestins has stimulated an interest in natural progesterone. Natural progesterone is obtained primarily from plant sources. Natural progesterone has improved bioavailability and fewer side effects when compared with synthetic progestins. Natural progesterone has not been shown to affect mood or cholesterol levels. The synthetic progestins differ from the natural progesterone since they cause fluid retention, abnormal increase in cholesterol, headaches, mood disturbance, depression, and are frequently a cause of discontinuation of hormone therapy”.

Journal of Women’s Health Gender-based Medicine: 2000;9(4):381-7. – “The side effects of the synthetics include bloating, nausea, and depression were eliminated by using natural progesterone. In fact, unexpected improvement in the feeling of well-being was observed when natural progesterone was used.”

Endocrine Reviews: 28(4): 387 – 439 – “Progesterone has metabolic and hepatocellular effects (decreased insulin sensitivity, increased levels and activity of IGF-1, decreased levels of SHBG), which contrast the opposite effects induced by oral estrogen. Within the nervous system, the neuroprotective and promyelinating effects of progesterone are promising, not only for preventing but also for reversing age-dependent changes and dysfunctions. There is strong evidence that the ageing nervous system remains sensitive to the beneficial effects of progesterone, this may also extend to peripheral tissues including the breast, blood vessels and bones.”

PROGESTERONE

Breast Cancer Res Treat 2007;101:125-134 – “Estradiol and progesterone demonstrated no increased risk of breast cancer. Synthetic estrogen (Premarin®) and synthetic progestins (medroxyprogesterone and noresterone) all dramatically increased the risk of breast cancer. This was a ten year study of over 100,000 women, the largest and longest study to date comparing natural hormones to synthetic hormones”.

Fertility Sterility 2005 Dec;84(6):1589-601 – “The WHI trial had major design flaws that led to adverse conclusions about the positive effects of hormone therapy. The study included mostly older women that already had cardiovascular disease. The study utilized only medroxyprogesterone (Provera®) which we know negates any beneficial effect of estrogen, rather than the bio identical hormone, progesterone”. Multiple other studies with estrogen started early in menopause demonstrate beneficial effects.”

Female Patient 2001 Oct; 19-23. - “The main reason women discontinue HRT is due to side effects. Synthetic progestin’s (Provera®) cause may side effects: breast swelling and tenderness, uterine bleeding, depression and mood disturbance, weight gain, bloating and edema. Natural progesterone has no side effects.”

American Family Physicians 2000;62: 1339-46. - “Due to the side effects of synthetic progestin’s, natural progesterone is preferred. Progesterone has proven bio-availability and no side effects making it the preferred hormone for menopause.”

National Academy Science USA; 2003 Sept. 2;100(8):10506-11. – “Estrogen and progesterone are neuro-protective against cerebral damage. These beneficial effects were blocked by MPA (medroxyprogesterone).”

Obstetrics Gynecology 1989;73:606 - “Natural estrogen and natural progesterone offer substantial clinical benefit over the synthetic hormones and should be the agents of choice for menopause.”

Maturitas 2003 Dec;46(1):555-58 – “Progesterone reduces proliferation of breast cancer cells and induces cellular apoptosis”

American Family Physician 2000; 62:1939-46 - “Due to the side effects of synthetic progestin’s, natural progesterone is preferred. Progesterone has proven bioavailability and no side effects making it the preferred hormone for menopause.”

Obstetrics Gynecology 1989;73:606-611. - “Progesterone raises good HDL cholesterol, whereas MPA (Provera®), lowers good cholesterol. Progesterone increases estrogen beneficial effects whereas MPA reverses estrogen’s benefits. Progesterone has no side effects, whereas MPA has many”

Fertility Sterility 1998;69:963-69. - “Progesterone decreases Breast stimulation 400%, and down regulates breast receptor sites, thereby protecting against breast stimulation.”

Japan Journal of Cancer Research 1985June;76:699-04. - “Mammary tumor stimulation was reduced both by progesterone and Tamoxifen, more so by progesterone by Tamoxifen which is the drug of choice to treat cancer.”

American Family Physicians: 2000;62(8):1839. – The multitude of side effects associated with the synthetic analogues called progestins has stimulated an interest in natural progesterone. Natural progesterone is obtained primarily from plant sources. Natural progesterone has improved bioavailability and fewer side effects when compared with synthetic progestins.

Natural progesterone has not been shown to effect mood or cholesterol levels. The synthetic progestins differ from the natural progesterone since they cause fluid retention, abnormal increase in cholesterol, headaches, mood disturbance, depression, and are frequently a cause of discontinuation of hormone therapy. (Again adequate documentation in our literature of the protective benefits of natural progesterone without all the side effects of synthetics. It is very well supported in our medical literature, yet unfortunately unrecognized by most physicians.) ”

Mayo Clinic, Women’s HealthSource: August, 1999, pg 3. - Women prefer the use of natural progesterone over synthetic progestins. Natural progesterone made a difference in overall quality of life, menopausal symptoms, and satisfaction.

Natural progesterone is not associated with the abnormal metabolites from synthetic progestins. These abnormal metabolites are substances that are responsible for the side effects. Natural progesterone is the same substance you are making naturally, and therefore side effects are avoided. ”

American Family Physician: 1999;16(1):264. – “A better alternative. The side effects of the synthetics include bloating, nausea, and depression were eliminated by using natural progesterone. In fact, unexpected improvement in the feeling of well-being was observed when natural progesterone was used.”

Journal of Women’s Health Gender-based Medicine: 2000;9(4):381-7. - “A better alternative. The side effects of the synthetics include bloating, nausea, and depression were eliminated by using natural progesterone. In fact, unexpected improvement in the feeling of well-being was observed when natural progesterone was used.

When compared to the synthetic progestins, women using micronized, natural progesterone experienced significant improvement in symptoms without the side effects of the synthetics. The natural progesterone offers improvement in quality of life in comparison with the synthetic progestin.”

J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2005 May -Progesterone, unlike synthetic progestins, does not have a detrimental effect on breast tissue. Synthetic progestins (MPA and 19-Nortestosterone derivatives) which have non-progesterone-like effects which can potentiate the proliferative actions of oestrogens.

Progesterone has metabolic and hepatocellular effects (decreased insulin sensitivity, increased levels and activity of IGF-1, decreased levels of SHBG), which contrast the opposite effects induced by oral oestrogen.”

Endocrine Reviews: 28(4): 387 – 439 - Within the nervous system, the neuroprotective and promyelinating effects of progesterone are promising, not only for preventing but also for reversing age-dependent changes and dysfunctions. There is strong evidence that the ageing nervous system remains sensitive to the beneficial effects of progesterone, this may also extend to peripheral tissues including the breast, blood vessels and bones.”