Procerin is a supplement taken in tablet form, combined with a topical foam and shampoo that claim to stop hair loss and even enable previously lost hair to regrow.
Procerin claims that it can slow down the chemical process triggered by Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is held responsible for the onset of hair loss.
Does Procerin actually work?
As with all hair loss solutions, consumer reviews are extremely mixed, reflecting the fact that each individual is different and will therefore, have a differing experience. We have seen some positive reviews but not enough to draw any real conclusions.
A recent Google search for ‘Procerin‘, ‘Procerin cost‘ and even ‘Procerin scam‘ resulted in hundreds of sites trying to sell the drug. It is quite possible that Procerin offers significant benefits to hair loss sufferers, however caution is advised. Make sure you purchase from a reputable source, and that you fully read the label before starting a course of tablets.
A handful of our customers have tried Procerin, so it may be worth posting in our forum if you wish to discuss the drug further.
Are there any side effects?
The majority of Procerin users do not experience any side effects, however a number of people have complained of having minor stomach aches subsequent to taking the tablets. Other users complain of an itchy scalp after using Procerin XT Foam.
How should I use Procerin?
The dosage of Procerin is usually 2 tablets a day one in morning after or at the time of breakfast and other in evening at the time of or after dinner. The foam should be used once a day, either morning or night depending on what is most convenient.
What if I stop using Procerin?
There are mixed reviews as to the answer to this question. The general consensus is that as with Propecia (Finasteride), if you stop using Procerin you’re likely to lose any benefit gained, i.e hair loss will accelerate. As with all treatments, there is no one rule for all, and individual results may vary.
What does it cost?
Depending on where you buy your Procerin, a combo pack containing one months supply of tablets and foam costs around $50.00 (USD) plus shipping. Procerin Scalp Therapy shampoo costs around $20.00.