Win a year's supply of Cleanmarine MenoMin hormone supplements

If you're a woman in your 30s, 40s, 50s or 60s, we need to talk about hormone health. For your chance to win a year's supply of hormone supplements, read on...


Have you heard of perimenopause? If you're a woman in your 30s or 40s, you may want to listen up.

So far, it’s all been plain sailing with regards to your hormones, each month you have come to expect and cope with the same warning signs that your period is on its way. However, things are about to switch gear as you enter into the perimenopause zone!

You are likely to notice a ‘change’ in the way you feel each month and common traits for the perimenopause include changes in periods which could become more frequent, heavier and last longer or even become unpredictable and erratic or you could skip a few periods and they may become lighter and less frequent.

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This new phase reflects the shutting down of your monthly cycle and the ending of your fertility, a phase which can last anything from 4-12 years and begin between the ages of 45-55.

Read more: Lorraine Keane on experiencing perimenopause symptoms in her 30s

Cleanmarine MenoMin has formulated a daily supplement which is an all-in-one Omega 3, Phytonutrient and Vitamin blend. It gives extra nutritional support for perimenopausal and menopausal women aged 40+.

The Cleanmarine MenoMin capsule is packed with Omega 3 Krill Oil, Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and D3, as well as rosemary extract, soy isoflavones, folate and biotin. It is available in selected pharmacies and health stores nationwide.

IMAGE has teamed up with Cleanmaine to give one lucky reader the chance to a year's supply of MenoMin, a Cleanmarine water bottle to stay hydrated, and a copy of The Essential Guide to Female Hormones.

To enter, fill out the form below. Good luck!

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