ToConceive is a topical moisturizer, clinically proven to naturally create the best environment for conception.


Your monthly supply includes 40 sachets for daily use and additional sacheys for moments of intimacy.

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How To Use

Apply one sachet of ToConceive to your vulva daily as you would moisturizer. Use additional applications as needed during intimacy. Do this daily, or until you become pregnant.

Physician Developed and Recommended

Natural and Paraben-Free Ingredients

Multi-Patented Gel Supports Natural Fertility

FDA Cleared and Health Canada compliant formula

I’ve been giving my patients ToConceive for well over a year now with fantastic results. As a practitioner who focuses on holistic approaches and natural fertility, I appreciate that ToConceive is paraben-free and all-natural. I feel comfortable giving my patients ToConceive because it works with a woman’s body and gives them an additional option as they’re trying to conceive.”
ToConceive has been successful for several of my patients who thought they would never have an opportunity to have a baby. It’s especially amazing for my patients in their 40s who are trying to have a baby.

– Dr. Loida Leah Ortiz
Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Fertility Massage, LMT, ND, CNHP, CHS


How is ToConceive different from a drugstore lubricant or PreSeed?

ToConceive isn’t an intravaginal lubricant; it’s a natural serum that, when applied to the vulva and clitoris daily, helps your vaginal walls produce the lubrication necessary to help sperm fertilize your eggs. Your body already produces some of this, but in 75% of unexplained cases of infertility, the body simply doesn’t create enough of it.

Unlike supplemental lubricants, ToConceive helps your body create more of its own natural lubrication which, in turn, creates the optimal environment for natural conception. Here’s why: Vaginal lubrication contains a protein called albumin, which is essential for sperm motility. Without albumin, fertilization can’t happen.

Many OTC intravaginal lubricants (with the exception of PreSeed and a few others) actually kill sperm—the exact opposite of what you want when you’re trying to conceive!

How is ToConceive used, and how is this different from intravaginal lubricants?

ToConceive is designed to be used daily for a minimum of three months, just like a supplement or moisturizer. Massage it into the vulva and clitoris daily after a shower or bath; you can also use it externally prior to (or during) intercourse. Daily use allows l-arginine to build up in the blood vessels of the vagina, so when the critical ovulation window arrives, your body will be ready to produce abundant natural lubrication. Your natural lubrication includes a protein called albumin, which is essential for sperm motility—and therefore, fertilization.

Intravaginal lubricants don’t contain albumin, nor do they help your body produce more of it. In fact, many drugstore lubricants contain spermicide, and/or aren’t pH balanced for the vaginal environment. Either way, many of them kill sperm, intentionally or unintentionally.

What other types of products can I use to increase my chances of conceiving naturally?

There are many products on the market to help you on the journey to natural conception. You can use ovulation prediction devices (thermometers, apps) to ensure you’re having intercourse at the optimal time for conception. Additionally, your partner can use SpermCheck-Fertility to make sure his sperm count is sufficient.

How long will it take me to conceive while using the ToConceive and ovulation detection devices?

If only we could give you a definite answer! It depends on a number of factors, including your age, the number of chromosomally normal ova you have…and, to some extent, luck. If you’re 30, and about half of your eggs are chromosomally normal (the average), then statistics tell us you should get pregnant, on average, within two to three months of using ToConceive.

Yet for every 30-year-old woman who conceives in the first month, another won’t conceive until the fifth month. That’s why we say some of it comes down to luck.

Does ToConceive help those with PCOS conceive?

PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is a condition caused by hormonal imbalance, and women with PCOS tend not to ovulate frequently, or at all. Ovulation—the release of a mature egg from the ovary—is necessary for conception.

Unfortunately, ToConceive will not help you ovulate. ToConceive can help you have the optimum chances of conceiving when you do ovulate, by creating a vaginal environment that’s ideal for sperm capacitation and fertilization.

If you have PCOS, you can discuss options for inducing ovulation with your healthcare provider. These include prescription drugs like clomid, metformin, cycloset, and HMGs, all which can be prescribed by your physician.

How does ToConceive help with Unexplained Infertility?

For 75% of couples who have unexplained fertility (the woman’s eggs and the man’s sperm are both healthy, and the woman ovulates regularly), the biggest issue is insufficient vaginal lubrication. Sperm need a very specific environment to make their journey to an egg, and ToConceive helps your body create that environment naturally.

The pH of vaginal fluid is typically slightly acidic, especially in women who have intercourse frequently. That acidity usually kills sperm. However, around the time of ovulation, it becomes slightly more alkaline. This allows sperm to survive long enough for the albumin (protein) in vaginal lubrication to dissolve the cholesterol layer that coats sperm; that, in turn, increases sperm motility. This is the (literally) Nobel Prize-winning secret to conception—known as sperm capacitation.

Unfortunately, many women don’t produce enough natural lubrication—which means there’s not enough albumin for the process to take place and as a result the egg is not fertilized.

ToConceive helps your body to produce enough lubrication, and at the proper pH, to support fertilization.

ToConceive also compensates for undiagnosed Male Subfertility, another common cause of unexplained infertility, by helping to create an environment where the existing sperm (even if a man’s count is low) have an optimal opportunity to reach their destination and help you conceive naturally.

What makes ToConceive all-natural?

There are two aspects to this: The ingredients, and how they work. First, ToConceive is FDA-cleared and uses only pharmaceutical grade ingredients including menthol (derived from natural plants), and l-arginine, a naturally occurring amino acid (also derived from plants). L-arginine is necessary for the production of nitric oxide; in turn, nitric oxide stimulates blood flow to the vagina. This is how ToConceive helps to increase your natural lubrication.

The way ToConceive is applied is also all-natural. It’s not an internal lubricant, but rather, it helps your body to produce more of your own vaginal lubrication.

Because of concerns about parabens, and their possible impact on hormones, we have reformulated ToConceive with all the same stimulating benefits and no parabens.

We know natural ingredients matter to you, so here’s what’s in ToConceive: aqua, L-arginine, citric acid, menthol, propylene glycol and hydroxyethylcellulose. Hydroxyethylcellulose is a big name for a simple thickening agent derived from cellulose, or plant pulp. It gives ToConceive its consistency.

Where can I purchase ToConceive?

You can purchase a three-month supply on this page, or you can buy ToConceive on Amazon. Eventually, ToConceive will be available in retail pharmacies like Walgreens, CVS, RiteAid, and Krogers, alongside ovulation detection devices and pregnancy tests. To find out when it’s available in pharmacies, please  sign up for our newsletter .

How often should I use ToConceive?

We recommend using ToConceive at least once daily for a minimum of three months (or, of course, until you become pregnant!). Gently apply the gel to the clitoris and vulva, and massage into the skin after a bath or shower every day. In addition, you can apply it prior to intercourse. You can find the ToConceive Instructions for Use here.