Procerin Product Report Sheet


procerin_bigProcerin is an all-natural supplement for hair loss that is available without a prescription. Procerin comes in a convenient tablet form and topical solution that are used daily for the treatment of male hair loss. Procerin is designed to reverse hair loss in men caused by androgenetic alopecia, the most common cause of male hair loss. Androgenetic alopecia results in thinning hair and the familiar receding hairline seen in most cases of male hair loss.

Procerin blocks DHT without reacting with testosterone (as some prescription medications do). This can stop the further loss of hair from the scalp without the sexual side effects of prescription drugs like finasteride (Propecia).

Customer Reviews, Testimonials, and Complaints

“Its been almost 5 months and I have to say it works. My 45 year old balding spot in back is noticably thicker now and up front the receding hair line has dropped down forward. Hair is a thicker texture also. It most likely works better for earlier stages of Male pattern baldness and treatment for healthy people as well.Dry mouth does occur at night so maybe I’ll start to take earlier in the evening.I am probably reordering before I run out of my 6 month supply unless I hear of something better!”

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“I have been taking this for six months now and to tell you the truth my hair has been maintained which is what I hoped for. My crown has filled in a little and I also have some thin black hairs that have started to grow each side of the temple.”

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“After i month ive gone from seeing probably 20-30 hairs in my hands while shampooing my hair, to 0-2 hairs and i really look for em too. Definitely stops hair loss. No signs of regrowth buts its only been a month. Will review again just ordered the second bottle”

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“I never expected the product to work well because of my past experiences. I was sure that Procerin would turn out to be a fake. By the end of 2 weeks I could see slight changes in my ailment. This was unexpected and I was happy to choose this product for my complaints. Using Procerin regularly helped in controlling hair fall and restored its texture. I have tried many products which were present for hair complaints on net. But nothing worked as effectively as Procerin. The action is guaranteed and you can feel the changes within a few weeks.”

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Is Procerin a scam or does it really work?

Our Research Suggests:

icn_commentAccording to the online research that we have done (from comments in numerous online forums, websites, and blogs, and wikis.), Procerin is an effective treatment for those suffering from hair loss.

Large numbers of users have reported good results with especially compared with other hair loss products in the market. Although some men noticed the result within a few weeks, a larger percentage experienced noticeable results after 3-4 months.


Procerin does work as stated. It is worth considering as an option for regrowing hair.

Product Details

Company Information

Speedwinds Nutrition Inc
Attn: Procerin Dept.
818 SW 3rd Ave.
Suite #220
Portland, OR 97204-2405


Blend of herbal, mineral, and vitamin components. The 17-ingredient formula of Procerin tablets includes: Gotu Kola, Vitamin B-6, Nettles, Saw Palmetto Berries, Pumpkin Seed Meal, Magnesium, Zinc Sulfate, Eleuthero Root, and Muira Puma Root. Procerin XT Topical Serum ingredients include Grape Seed Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract, Azelaic Acid, Gamma Linolenic Acid, Nettle Extract, and Avocado Oil.

Ships to USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland & Others. See official site for details or availability in stores.
Scam / Fraud Reports: None Found
Return Policy: Contact merchant for details
Where to buy: (official website)

About Hair Loss

The causes of hair loss vary among individuals. Contributing factors that can lead to hair loss include poor nutrition, medical problems or treatments, hormonal imbalances, and psychological conditions. Often hair is able to grow back, while other times the thinning or loss of the hair is permanent.

Malnutrition is a common cause of hair loss. People who do not get enough protein or iron in their diet may observe that their hair is dull and prone to breakage. Having inadequate nourishment will eventually lead to the loss of hair. Crash diets, eating disorders, and some fad diets can all play a role in hair loss.

Certain medical problems and treatments may also be a factor. Disorders such as lupus and diabetes can cause hair to fall out. Infections of the scalp will also cause this. Skin infections can travel to the scalp, which will result is some thinning or loss of the hair. Treatments such as chemotherapy damage healthy hair. Once the treatment is complete, hair generally will grow back.

Hormonal imbalances are also a common cause. The body goes through hormonal changes during pregnancy, menopause, and either at the start or cessation of birth control pills. Problems with the thyroid gland can also influence hormones. A hormonal imbalance can lead to a higher level of testosterone, which can cause hair loss on the top of the head. Once these imbalances are corrected, the hair will grow back, however, it may take up to three months for new hair to grow.

Some psychological conditions can lead to hair loss. Hair-Pulling Disorder is when for no apparent reason people have a strong urge to pull out their hair. This includes hair found on the scalp, face, and body. Usually there will be bald patches on the scalp, which most people suffering from this disorder will try to conceal. As long as no permanent damage is done to the follicle, the hair will grow back.

There are many causes of hair loss, which is why it is important to seek medical help. A doctor can examine and determine the problem, as well as prescribe a method of treatment. Poor nutrition, medical treatments and problems, hormonal imbalances, and psychological conditions can all contribute to hair loss. Often the damage can be reversed with Procerin.