RxOmega-3 Fish Oil, Evening Primrose, and Flaxseed Enteripure®
WomenSense is a line of products dedicated to helping women reach their full health potential. WomenSense RxOmega-3 naturally supports heart health, flexible joints and radiant skin.* RxOmega-3 is a pharmaceutical-grade fish oil providing high potency EPA and DHA.* Molecularly distilled and guaranteed for purity and safety from environmental pollutants like PCBs and mercury or other harmful compounds, RxOmega-3 surpasses the strictest international standards for quality. One serving (2 softgels) provides 400 mg of EPA and 200 mg of DHA omega-3 fatty acids as well as 260 mg of the powerful antioxidant ALA and 50 mg of GLA, a major component for healthy, glowing skin.*
WomenSense RxOmega-3 Enteripure® softgels offer targeted delivery using a technology that embeds pure and natural ingredients into the softgel casing to prevent them from breaking down in the stomach, ensuring no fishy aftertaste.
- Naturally supports heart health*
- Aids in flexibility of the joints and promotes radiant skin*
- High-strength EPA and DHA*
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