Boost Your Fertility With Evening Primrose Oil & Save 20%!

Evening Primrose Oil has been a popular supplement for women for many years. However, it’s only recently that we have really started to notice the amazing health benefits of this popular supplement.

As well as being great for your skin, hair and bones, Evening Primrose Oil can also have a positive impact on your hormone health and fertility. (We were so excited about the benefits of Evening Primrose Oil on fertility, we even wrote a blog post about it!)

The oil is crammed with essential fatty acids—which provide the building blocks for cell membranes and a mixture of hormones and hormone-like substances. Essential fatty acids are vital for human health, but your body can’t produce them – you have to find them through food.

How does Evening Primrose Oil help with fertility?

The main benefit of Evening Primrose Oil, for women who are trying to conceive, is its assistance in generating fertile-quality cervical mucus. When it comes to conception, it’s extremely important that you have this cervical mucus. There are two key reasons for this:

• The sperm holds onto it and can quickly travel through the uterus.
• The sperm can stay alive within the body for up to five days, which gives you additional fertile time.

To boost the amount of cervical mucus being produced, Evening Primrose Oil is an option worth considering.

Save 20% on Evening Primrose Oil in February

For a limited time only, Zoom Baby is offering a 20% discount on our Evening Primrose Oil 1000mg Capsules, so if you fancy giving your fertility a quick boost, now is the time to try this great supplement.

Manufactured n the UK and packed into our foil-fresh matte pouches, each 1000mg capsule provides 1000mg Oil of Evening Primrose yielding 90mg Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA).

To save 20%, just enter the discount code EVENING20 at the checkout. Offer ends 30/11/2017.

To read more about Evening Primrose Oil and fertility, refer to our blog post.

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