The complete essentials for conceiving.
Conceiving is a team effort. In fact, 40% of infertility issues are due to poor sperm health.
The Conceiving Essentials includes our bestselling prenatal vitamins for women's prenatal health and male fertility, as well as our spermicide-free Fertility Lube to support sperm health and motility.
Take the prenatal together 3 months before trying and while trying for the best chance of conceiving.
Women will continue to take the prenatal during pregnancy.
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No GMO or artificial colours
Gentle on your stomach
from Bioavailable Iron
from Omega 3 and Vitamin B12
from Vitamin K
from Vitamin D
From Zinc and Selenium
Vitamin C, Zinc, Co-Enzyme Q10
Free Selenium, and Co-enzyme Q10
From Zinc and Selenium
Kin’s bestselling prenatal has been formulated with bioavailable methylated folate rather than with folic acid — which 1 in 3 women struggle to absorb due to a common genetic variant known as the MTHFR gene.
12 highly bioavailable essential ingredients
For when you're thinking, trying or pregnant
No taste or unpleasant odour
The Male Prenatal contains the necessary bioavailable ingredients proven to improve sperm quality and boost your chances of successful conception.
10 highly bioavailable essential ingredients
Take 3 months before trying and while trying
Supports a healthy mind and body
Not all lubes are created equal. Most lubricants contain spermicide, but this one’s different. Our clean and frictionless fertility lube has been uniquely formulated to mimic the cervical environment, allowing sperm to survive and thrive.
Free from spermicide, parabens and petroleum
Water-based (not silicone-based)
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I’m not pregnant or trying to have a baby. Can I still take The Prenatal?
Over 1.3 billion women worldwide. That’s how many of us can’t easily absorb folic acid due to a common genetic variance. So why, then, do most prenatal supplements still use it?
Because it’s cheap and readily available.
Methylated Folate in Kin Prenatal
But not ours. We worked with chemists to formulate something better, using methylfolate. This means you and your baby can reap the benefits of folate, knowing that it’s actually working.
Everybody can absorb methylfolate, and it doesn’t come with the same nasty side-effects some women experience from most prenatal supplements.