Procerin is an “all-natural” product that is used to inhibit DHT production, in turn slowing or stopping hair loss. It is considered all natural, because it is made up of vitamins, minerals, and herbs instead of chemicals. The active ingredients are Saw Palmetto, Gotu Kola and Nettles, which are known to inhibit the DHT production, without affecting testosterone. For this reason, there should not be any sexual side effects. It is recommended for men with either a receding hairline or thinning hair as a result of hereditary hair loss. Cost is about $30 per month.
What are the possible side effects?
The most likely side effects include a sore stomach, mild dizziness, vomiting, constipation, or diarrhea. In a nutshell, Procerin is a hard on the stomach, so should always be taken with food. There are no other official side effects.
Does it work?
According to Procerin, they performed an in-depth study, and 90% were at least somewhat satisfied with the results. However, it was a fairly small study of only 32 people, which is hardly enough to give an accurate portrayal whether it is effective.
Based on the reviews and discussions of real people, Procerin works and does not have a lot of side effects, but is more useful to slow hairloss as opposed to halting or regrowing hair. There are also many users who have taken it at the same time as other hair growth products such as Propecia, with fairly good results.
What´s the low-down?
If you are under 40, are just starting to lose your hair, and are looking for a product that does not have many side-effects, Procerin may be your answer. It is a safer product, seems to be effective for prevention of hair loss, and is relatively cheap. However, if you have already lost a lot of hair, Procerin likely will not be enough to help you get it back. Procerin can also be a good product to use in conjunction with other stronger products to fight hair loss, such as Rogaine or Propecia.