Testosterone is an essential hormone for both women and men. This cream works to address signs of testosterone deficiency, including issues with energy, focus, metabolism, and mood.
Helps with mental sharpness & energy
Helps address mid-section weight & metabolism
Starting at $50 for one month's supply
Who it's for
Testosterone is not just for men — in fact, it's the most abundant hormone in the female body and is essential for the health and wellbeing of both men and women.
Mid-section weight loss
Glucose control and metabolism
What to expect
Benefits from testosterone therapy can appear right away, or most commonly within 2-3 weeks. However, it can take a few months to get the dose optimized so that you're feeling better with minimal or no side effects.
Most side effects are mild and can be managed through adjusting the dose of the medication. The most common side effects are acne and chin hair growth.
The cream can transfer to others. Be careful to apply it to an area that won't come in contact with other people or pets, and wash hands thoroughly.
The prescription you need, without the hassle
Your clinician will take your medical history and symptoms, order diagnostic testing to understand your hormone levels, then create a personalized plan for you.
If this testosterone therapy is right for you, you'll get a custom prescription shipped directly to your home.
Your Modern Age clinician will check in with you as you take your hormones to ensure you have optimal dosage and benefits.
What our experts say
“I call testosterone my ‘secret weapon’ for optimizing women’s hormone health! We are still awaiting large research trials on this type of supplementation but my patients do report improvement in hot flashes, mood, sex drive and concentration - and I witness their improvements myself!”
~ Dr. Shoma Datta - Thomas, MD FACOG
Is it safe for women to take testoterone?
Our testosterone levels naturally decline as we age, so hormone therapy can be both safe and helpful in regulating our mood, metabolism, energy, and more.
Is there evidence or data to support the use of testosterone therapy?
One study showed that by age 40, on average a woman's testosterone had declined by one-half.
One randomized trial demonstrated 20-50% improvement in wellbeing, mood and sexual function with testosterone treatment in young (premenopausal) women.
Another randomized trial should have 50% increase in satisfactory sexual events for women who were prescribed testosterone support.