My Procerin Review (2023) – Is It A Scam?

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It’s time for my Procerin review – a product specially designed for male hair loss.

And to be honest – it’s one of my favorite products for male hair loss: 

  • excellent formula
  • lots of praises and positive reviews
  • really low price

But does Procerin regrow new hairs for real – or it’s just another scam?

I did my long research on this product so here’s the actual truth behind.

Note: This review is based on my own research + opinion on Procerin. 


So Let’s Get To The Review

Full Name: Procerin for men

My Procerin Review (2019) - Is It A Scam?Versions: There are 2 products (that work best together):

  • Hair Regrowth Tablets
  • Scalp Foam

The website recommends using both for fastest results (I mostly recommend the pills).

Best Actual Price: Around $50 per month (for both products).

The pills cost around $27 and the foam almost $37.

Cheapest Place To Buy: The official website (better prices than on Amazon).

Designed For: Male hair loss and everything it involves. It can:

  • block DHT excess causing hair loss
  • stimulate new growth
  • fight thinning hair

And from what I saw, it really keeps its promises.

My Rating: 8 out of 10It’s a great product actually.

Worth Buying?: Definitely – it’s really useful:

  • based on the #1 herbal DHT blocker (Saw Palmetto)
  • strong formula
  • really low price (compared to others)

It’s not my #1 recommendation for male hair loss – but it’s still a great product.


What I Liked About It

  • Really potent formula with good ingredients
  • Pretty high dosages
  • Based on Saw Palmetto
  • Very effective for hair loss caused by DHT excess in men
  • Really low price overall (plus discounts available)
  • 90 days money back guarantee
  • Available on several retailers


What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Pills are a bit thicker than most 
  • Not effective for women hair loss
  • Doesn’t work in some cases (see those negative reviews)


What Is Procerin? A Quick Overview

Shortly – it’s a supplement designed for 1 major problem: male pattern hair loss.

So what makes it so special?

If you ask me – it has 4 major benefits:

  1. Formula based on Saw Palmetto (#1 DHT blocker among herbs)
  2. Comes as 2 different products that work best together
  3. Has some studies behind (though I couldn’t find them on government websites)
  4. Pretty cheap

Now – Procerin it offers 2 products:

  1. Hair Regrowth Pills
  2. Scalp Treatment Foam 

When taken together, it claims to work better than most supplements:

So to be honest, Procerin really is a great choice for male hair loss caused by DHT.

That’s mostly because of its excellent price (compared to some competitors).

You’re basically saving some money choosing Procerin – especially if you buy the 6 months supply at once.

And that’s the major advantage I’m looking for when recommending a product.



#1 – Ingredients (9 out of 10)

Surprisingly or not – Procerin actually has an excellent formula:

As I said, Procerin recommends using 2 products (supplement + foam).

Even though their ingredients are about the same, let’s analyze both.

1. Supplement

Most of its ingredients are really powerful (in terms of hair):

  1. Saw Palmetto – #1 herb at blocking DHT and preventing hair loss. [1]
  2. Zinc – promotes hair growth and thickening. [2]
  3. Vitamin B6 – prevents alopecia and stimulates growth. [3]
  4. Calcium – a deficiency can affect hair health. [4]
  5. Magnesium – can improve hair growth.
  6. Proprietary Blend – contains essential herbs like Nettles, Uva Ursi, Gotu Kola, etc.

Overall – this formula looks really good (mostly because of the high dose of Saw Palmetto).

The other ingredients aren’t as essential as that herb.

2. Foam

It contains about the same herbs as the pills.

The only difference is that this formula is meant for topical use – so it’s not as strong as the supplement.

Its top ingredients are:

  • Saw Palmetto Extract
  • Hydrogenated Castor Oil
  • Niacin
  • Zinc Sulfate
  • Evening Primerose Oil

But as I said – despite having good ingredients, the foam’s effect isn’t as strong (compared to the pills).


Overall, Procerin has a really good formula (much better than many hair products):

  • based on Saw Palmetto (the best remedy against DHT)
  • high dosages

So if you’re suffering from male hair loss, this formula should definitely help.

That’s why Procerin is a product I do recommend.



#2 – How To Use It (8 out of 10)

Things are pretty simple at this chapter.

Procerin offers clear directions about how exactly you should use both products.

1. The Pills

What I personally don’t like is the size of the pills:

  • a bit larger than most
  • no gelatin cover
  • swallowing them isn’t so easy (at first)

However – taking them with plenty of water could solve this issue.

Other than that, the directions are pretty clear:

  1. You need 3 pills per day.
  2. The label recommends starting with 1 in the morning.
  3. The you should take 2 pills at night, before going to bed.

Another thing I would add is to take them with or after eating. In this way – you can avoid an eventual stomach pain.

2. The Foam

In terms of texture, it actually looks really good:

  • whitish color
  • very light natural scent
  • doesn’t leave hair greasy

So here’s exactly how you should apply it:

  1. Shake the bottle before using it.
  2. Apply 2 pumps in the affected areas twice a day.
  3. Massage and spread the foam.
  4. Let it dry for about 1 minute and let it sit.
  5. There’s no need to rinse, as it doesn’t leave hair greasy.

Except the fact that you need to apply it twice a day (which can be a bit uncomfortable) – the foam seems really easy to use to me.


#3 – Results (8 out of 10)

As Procerin is only designed for male hair loss – I couldn’t test it out on my hair.

I had no bald spots, only general hair loss. So it wouldn’t have been effective for sure.

However – I checked out several customer reviews, so that I can judge fairly.

Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not general or promotional ones.

1. What People Say

As with most products, Procerin has mixed reviews on most websites.

This means 2 things:

  • it’s a legit product (since it has positive reviews)
  • it only works for what it claims to (DHT male hair loss)

So here’s what people say about Procerin:

  1. Some claim it’s the best treatment they ever used.
  2. Others say they’ve been using it for many years.
  3. A few others say it really improved their shedding.
  4. Some claim it stopped their baldness from progressing.
  5. A few say they couldn’t see any change.

Basically – it’s quite normal that a product doesn’t work for everyone.

Some people may not have DHT hair loss, which is why Procerin might not have helped at all.

But overall, I could find enough satisfied customers.

2. Biggest Praises

Among the positive reviews – some customers were praising Procerin for:

  • its affordable cost
  • refunding policies
  • friendly support

As I said – I haven’t tried it out myself, so I can’t speak from experience.

But given that it has several satisfied customers, I consider it a pretty good option.


In my opinion – Procerin is a great supplement for male hair loss:

  • many satisfied customers
  • some say it really reduces hair loss

Obviously, there are some negative reviews. So it’s clear that it doesn’t work for everyone.

But considering its price and formula, I think it’s a great choice for DHT male hair loss.



#4 – Price (8 out of 10)

That’s actually one of the main advantages of Procerin, if you ask me.

It’s also one of the reasons why I recommend it.

1. The Exact Price

The cheapest place to buy it is its official website.

Obviously – prices depend on what products you buy:

  • supplement/foam
  • or both

As you might expect – the price is way better when you buy both. Let’s take the 1 months supply to compare:

  1. Supplement costs $26.95.
  2. Foam costs $36.95
  3. Both together cost $49.99.

This means you get almost $14 off – which is a pretty good discount.

But there’s more:

  1. You get some bigger discounts when buying 3 or 6 months supply.
  2. For a 3 months supply, you get the pills for $23, the foam for $30 and both for $43.
  3. For a 6 months supply, prices are: $20 for the pills, $26 for the foam and $36 for both.

So in my opinion – these discounts are quite significant.

You can’t find too many hair supplements/products for such a low price.

2. Competitors’ Price

I will compare Procerin with my #1 recommended supplement for hair loss (Folexin).

  1. F works for both men and women, P mostly for men.
  2. F works rather for general hair loss
  3. P is specially designed for male pattern hair loss.
  4. Both have a really good price overall.
  5. F costs $25 normally (and $19 with the biggest discount).
  6. P costs $49 normally for both products (and $27 for the supplement).
  7. If you buy more bottles of P, you can get it for about $20 per bottle.

So basically – they have about the same price overall.

Procerin is clearly more expensive, because it comes as a 2 products pack.

But you can start only with the supplement, see how it works and buy the foam only afterwards.

That’s $27 per bottle – at most.

I don’t know any cheaper supplement for male hair loss on the market.


In terms of price, Procerin is better than it seems at first sight:

  • quite affordable
  • big discounts when buying several months supply
  • 90 days money back guarantee

So in my opinion, it’s a great choice for male hair loss (in terms of budget).

Considering you can get your money back in 90 days, there’s a minimal risk.


#5 – Where To Find It (8 out of 10)

Unfortunately – Procerin isn’t available in every retailer.

My Procerin Review (2019) - Is It A Scam?There are 3 major places to buy it from:

  1. Its official website
  2. Amazon
  3. Ebay (many different sellers)

However – there’s a difference between these when it comes to prices.

Amazon does sell the products for the same price, but it has no money back guarantee and no free shipping.

For this reason – the official website seems the best choice to me.

Ebay does have some lower prices than both (sometimes) – but it’s also riskier.

Plus, you may end up having to pay some huge shipping fees.


#6 – FAQs

Coming up, I will try to answer the top questions about Procerin.

Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.

1. How long lasts 1 bottle?

Both the supplement and the foam are created as a monthly supply.

So one bottle only lasts for 30 days.

2. How often should you use it?

According to the directions from the label:

  • 3 pills per day (the supplement)
  • 2 pumps twice a day (the foam)
3. Can I take it with other drugs?

When it comes to the foam, it’s completely safe to use no matter what drugs you’re taking.

Regarding the pills – there are some possible interactions, according to its website.

For this reason, it’s recommended to ask your doctor before starting the tablets.

4. Are there any side effects?

From what I read – there are only minor ones (and pretty rare):

However – they rarely appear, so there’s nothing to worry about.

5. How fast could I notice an effect?

According to its official website – it takes about 1-2 months to start working.

So from this point of view, Procerin is pretty fast (compare to other products).


#7 – Final Conclusions

Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Procerin (in 3 ideas):

1. Strong Formula

I was positively impressed by its ingredients:

  • based on Saw Palmetto (#1 DHT blocker)
  • some original ingredients
  • pretty good dosages

Now – it’s true that not all its ingredients are amazing. But Saw Palmetto kind of compensates for them.

So it’s the kind of formula that seems excellent for male hair loss.

2. Excellent Price

I rarely say this about supplements – but Procerin really has a good price:

  • pills cost about $27 per bottle ($20 with discount)
  • foam costs around $37 ($26 with discount)
  • both cost $50 ($43 with discount)

Now – the foam isn’t the cheapest ever, but the supplement has a really good price.

So if you buy both, you’re actually saving enough money.

3. 90 Days Guarantee

That’s a feature you can’t find in every product.

Procerin has a 90 days money back guarantee – which means you can return the product and get all your money back.

That’s a sign that the company trusts the product, which can tell a lot about its quality.



My Verdict – Is Procerin Worth Buying?

Short answer: Definitely – as long as you’re a male dealing with hair loss.

My Procerin Review (2019) - Is It A Scam?It’s actually one of my top recommended products:

  1. Really affordable price (unlike most products).
  2. Based on Saw Palmetto – the best herbal DHT blocker.
  3. 90 days money back guarantee.
  4. Enough satisfied customers.

So for those of you wondering if Procerin was a scam – it’s surely not. It’s a 100% legit product.

That’s why I think it’s really worth buying.

However – there are some cases when I wouldn’t recommend it:

  • you’re a woman dealing with hair loss
  • you’re a man but your hair loss isn’t caused by DHT excess (very rare)

In these cases – I recommend a supplement that costs about the same, but works really well:

  1. Effective for both men and women.
  2. Starts working in 1-2 months (it depends from case to case).
  3. Really good against hair loss and growing actual hair.
  4. Affordable price.

So if Procerin doesn’t seem the right choice for you – this supplement should.


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18 thoughts on “My Procerin Review (2023) – Is It A Scam?

  1. My husband loves this! He has thinning hair loss and some early signs of frontal baldness. He tried several products but the results weren’t always too good. He first tried just the pills from Procerin and in about 2 months his hair looked a bit thicker, we both noticed that. Once he added the foam to his daily routine, results got even better. Now it’s almost a year since he’s on Procerin and his baldness actually reversed. Not completely, but there’s a clear difference compared to his last year pictures. So he swears by this product!

    I was wondering if I could try this as well. I know it’s made for men, but could it harm me?

    1. Hi Mary, thanks for sharing your husband’s experience with Procerin. It’s great to hear it helped him so much!

      Regarding your question – using Procerin will surely not harm you, since it doesn’t contain any hormone or ingredient designed exclusively for men. But its formula is meant to stop DHT hair loss – which a male pattern hair loss.

      It’s true that DHT excess also causes hair loss in women – but it’s not as common as in men. In women, there are some other possible causes behind. On the other hand, DHT excess causes about 90% cases in men. So there’s a huge difference.

      However – you can try Procerin. In the worst case, you won’t get any improvement. But if your hair loss is caused by DHT excess (even partially) – you should start seeing some positive changes after 1-2 months.

      So you can try Procerin and see how it works. If it doesn’t help, get back to me with more details about your hair loss (when it appeared, how much hair you’re losing, what products you tried, etc.) and I will try to give you some better recommendations. Hope this helps.

  2. Hi Olly! Do you know if they really offer your money back? I just know a lot of products who promise no-questions refunds and they actually don’t… I would like to buy Procerin but I live in Brazil, do you know if they ship there? If they do, I think shipping price will be very high, so I will try to order as many bottles as they allow me to. If they accept refunds, I’m not afraid, but if they just say so and they don’t…this would be a problem. I don’t want to risk much money trying this but I still want to try it. Looking for the best alternative…

    1. Hello Marcelo. Procerin does ship to Brazil, I just checked. Apparently, the shipping cost would be around $12 (through fast delivery) – which isn’t that much. But keep in mind there might be extra custom taxes. I’m not aware of Brazilian laws, so in case you have a friend that ever bought staff from foreign countries, you should ask him. These things depends from country to country, so it’s hard for me to tell. But there could be some import taxes.

      Now, regarding that money back guarantee – I never saw any complaint about this. As I said, I never used Procerin myself, so I can’t actually tell if you they accept refunds easily or not. But since there are no complaints online, I believe they fully refund unsatisfied customers. 

      Just keep in mind that this money back guarantee is available only 90 days since your order.

      Basically, you have 90 days to try the product and see if it works or not. If it doesn’t, you can send it back and get all your money back. But it has to be in those 90 days after you placed the order. If it’s longer, I doubt they will refund you. 

      Also, keep in mind the shipping taxes can’t be refunded. And that’s probably available for the custom taxes too. So those $12 paid for shipping won’t be refunded. But that shouldn’t be a problem, since it’s still a small amount.

      Now – considering’s Procerin low price and guarantee, I think it’s the best option for you right now. I’m assuming you have male pattern hair loss, which makes this product suitable for your problem. Other similar products cost a lot more, that’s an essential reason why I recommend Procerin.

      Since you don’t live in the US, some products may require a higher tax for shipping (others don’t even ship internationally). So at this point, I think Procerin is the right thing for you.

      Hope this helps you take a decision.

  3. Thank you for your review! I’m considering Procerin for my increasing baldness, I’m 37 y.o. and my hairline has decreased significantly for the past 2-3 years. All I can tell you is that the male side from my family had the same problem but left it untreated. My father went bald by the age of 45 and my grandfather was completely bald at 70, when he passed away. So I’m trying to find a solution that would help me avoid getting into the same situation. I’m thinking my hair loss is genetic, so it must be caused by DHT excess, what do you say? In this case, would I be a good candidate for Procerin? I’ve been looking into this supplement for a while and have heard about certain people seeing big changes, do you think they’re real? I can see you haven’t tried it, so it’s hard for you to tell. But if I’m having a DHT hair loss, I imagine it should help me somewhat. Also I’ve been looking into a supplement called Follixin, it’s not the one you recommend but another one. That one also has good reviews but it’s somewhat pricier, I think it costs around Procerin pills and foam together.

    Also I’ve been meaning to ask, if I buy Procerin do you think I could get the pills alone? Would the foam really impact the effect? I know lotions and sprays don’t really work usually, and this foam is more expensive than the pills, so I’d rather not buy it. But I’m interested in your opinion still. THanks, Robin.

    1. Hi Robin. First of all, your hair loss is 100% caused by DHT excess. Based on your description, it looks like the classic male pattern baldness, which is always caused by DHT excess. So even if it’s genetic, that’s the actual cause.

      That’s the kind of hair loss Procerin works best for. So yes, you’re a great candidate for Procerin or this kind of products (that fight DHT excess).

      Regarding your question about Procerin foam – they recommend buying both products for best effects. But in my opinion, the supplement is responsible for about 70-80% of the effect. So using it alone should help well enough – it might take longer to see an effect than if you used the foam too, but you should still see an effect.

      Now – I haven’t tried Procerin, so I can’t really tell this is true. But from the reviews I’ve been looking into, the supplement does most of the job. So if you can’t afford buying both, get the supplement. Buying more bottles at once will help you get a better price. You will need to take more bottles before you start seeing results, so I think it’s a good deal.

      On the other hand, I’m also very familiar with Follixin. Even though it’s meant for male hair loss, it also works for women (it even states so). I used it and was really satisfied with the results. So Follixin is on my top recommended supplements list. 

      The only issue is that it’s really expensive, compared to some other products (including Procerin). It costs $49 per bottle, which is the same as Procerin’s pills and foam. But you need to know that Follixin also requires a $25 shipping fee, even if you buy it from the US. Basically, this fee is the same all around the world, which isn’t very fair to me. But that’s it.

      So you’re actually paying $75 per order, if you buy one bottle. You can also get a larger pack and you will pay the same $25 for shipping. So if you decide to buy Follixin, that’s the cheapest option.

      But anyways, my advice is to start with Procerin (pills), take it for 2-3 months at least and see how it works. Normally, you should see some changes after this time (especially in those areas where you still have hair, regrowing new hairs takes a longer time). If there’s no effect, only then you should switch to something else.

      Please let me know what you decide to use and how it goes. In case you have any other questions, please get back to me. Hopefully that’s useful.

  4. I have a problem with thinning hair, do you think Procerin would help? Also I heard that green tea can make your hair grow again, is it true? I’m pretty unsure drinking tea can improve hair in any form, I heard lots of stories about other herbs and when I tried them there was no difference at all.

    1. Hello Andy. Procerin is designed for male hair loss, but it can also help with thinning hair. However, with one condition: if the actual cause is DHT excess.

      Now – that’s the main cause of hair loss and thinning in men (over 90% of cases). So there are high chances that this is behind your thinning as well. That’s why I think Procerin will help. Considering the price, it’s the best product you can get – so I strongly recommend it.

      Regarding green tea, what you heard about it is only partially true:

      1) It’s an excellent DHT blocker, so it’s a really strong remedy against hair loss.

      2) However, it doesn’t grow new hairs itself. Or at least studies couldn’t prove that yet. It can stimulate follicles and even regenerate them. But it’s not 100% sure it can regrow new hairs. So at this point, it’s sort of a myth. However, there are many hair growth products based on green tea, so there must be something true in this report.

      I actually think green tea might be effective for your issue, thinning hair. Since it blocks DHT excess, it should decrease your shedding and thinning.

      And one more thing – green tea works best if it’s applied directly on the scalp, as a rinse. You can consume green tea, as it has a lot of health benefits. But only drinking it won’t do much for your hair.

      I don’t know what other herbs you tried, but there are some that really work for hair loss. Maybe switching to one of these will bring you better results. If you combine it with Procerin, it should be even better.

      Hope this helps!

  5. Hi Olly,

    Thank you for making such a detailed review! 

    I’m not going bald yet but I do have some hairs thinning out, so I’m looking for something for prevention. I have read about hair fibers but they seem more of a cover than an actual solution, so that’s not what I’m looking for.I was thinking a supplement might do the actual work better. How long should I use Procerin? Is it one of those products you have to keep using over and over or one time does the trick?

    Again Thank You!

    1. Hi John.

      First of all, you’re right about hair fibers. They’re just an aesthetic solution – a really good one, but they don’t help the hair in any form. So if you’re looking for a treatment, I don’t recommend them.

      Procerin seems the right product for you – as it’s designed for male hair loss and thinning. Normally, it requires about 1-2 months to start working, but results can appear either sooner or later. I can’t give you a term, as it really depends from person to person. But in 3 months at most, you should see a small change.

      Now – Procerin is designed to block DHT excess, which is the main cause of hair loss in men all over the world. So it stops the hair loss by blocking the high levels of DHT. In case you stop using it, I can’t guarantee what happens – that’s because it’s all up to your body and how it reacts:

      1) DHT levels could stay low. In this case, your hair loss won’t restart if you stop Procerin.

      2) DHT levels could get back high. And in this case, your hair will start thinning out again, so you will have to come back to Procerin.

      Both options are possible – it all depends on how your body reacts. At this point, there’s no product that blocks DHT levels completely, because this could cause serious health problems. On the other hand, there are substances that block DHT excess for a while – and Saw Palmetto is the best example. That’s the ingredient Procerin is based on, so it makes sense why it’s so effective.

      So here’s what you could do:

      1. Order Procerin and start taking it for at least 3-4 months.

      2. Normally, you should see some visible results in this period.

      3. Afterwards, try to give it up for a month or so.

      4. If your thinning returns, it’s probably because your DHT levels are getting high again. So you will have to take up Procerin once again.

      5. On the other hand, if you see no changes – try to stay without Procerin for another month. If there is still no trace of thinning, it’s probably because your DHT levels stayed low – so there’s no need to get back to the pills for now.

      Hope this helps.

  6. Hi! In the last years I developed several bald spots in different regions of my scalp. My doctor said it’s alopecia areata and there’s no treatment. The hair used to grow back, though, it just needed time. I used some vitamin B & biotin complex to help speed it up and it worked. Thing is that lately my bald spots don’t seem to be growing hair back, whether I take vitamins or not. So I’m assuming this is some kind of female baldness. 

    In my research for a thing that might help, I came across Procerin. Do you think I could use it, since it’s designed for men? But I checked out the compounds and there doesn’t seem anything that might hurt women…as far as I know. Could Saw Palmetto be dangerous? Thanks either way!

    1. Hey Bonnie, sorry to hear about your issues. Alopecia Areata is a common cause of hair loss – and your doctor is right, it doesn’t have a standard treatment (because it’s an auto-immune condition). 

      Regarding Procerin – none of its ingredients is dangerous for women. Saw Palmetto is an extract used to block DHT excess, which causes several health problems in men, including hair loss. But it has the same positive effects in women’s hair loss, with one condition: if it’s caused by DHT excess.

      In other words, Saw Palmetto and Procerin itself are designed for hair loss caused by too much DHT. That’s the main cause of hair loss in over 90% of men and in more than 50% of women. However, Alopecia Areata is a different thing.

      As you already know, it has an auto-immune cause. So taking a DHT blocker won’t help too much, because you don’t have a DHT excess. So it’s not about Procerin working for women or not (because it does work), it’s about Procerin not working for Alopecia Areata.

      The vitamins you took before did help grow your hair faster. But they didn’t grow your hair themselves – they only increased its speed. So if they stop working, it means your hair follicles stopped working actually.

      That’s why I can’t give you any clear advice, since your hair loss is caused by a medical condition. You can try Procerin, but I doubt it will make your hair grow back miraculously. However, you can have some blood tests and check your DHT levels. If they’re too high, Procerin might help – but otherwise, I say there’s no point spending your money on it.

      Sorry I can’t help more.

  7. Hi Olly,
    Can I take this product while using finasteride and Rogaine? I am debating between Procerin and Follixin, and price does not matter to me. I’m looking for which will be the best to cease hair loss/thinning, and a formula that’ll promote new hair growth after time. Please let me know.

    1. Hi Ross. First of all, I’m not sure whether you’re dealing with a long term hair loss, an early balding or you already have a bald scalp. But I will try to explain you the difference between Procerin and Folexin.

      1) Folexin works best for general hair loss, so it’s my top recommendations for women. In men, most cases of hair loss are caused by DHT excess – which is a hormonal issue (it’s not a real affection, but an imbalance that usually affects hair). So Folexin might help, but it’s not the best choice. That’s because of its formula, which contains ingredients for various causes of hair loss. It also contains some ingredients against DHT blocking – but not in very high dosages. That’s why I don’t really recommend it for male hair loss (unless it’s caused by stress or nutritional deficiencies).

      2) Procerin is actually designed for male hair loss caused by DHT excess. Its formula is based on strong DHT blockers, so it’s excellent at this chapter.

      So if you’re dealing with male pattern hair loss, I would recommend Procerin instead of Folexin.

      There’s another supplement that works great for that and it’s called Profollica. It’s a bit pricier but it also has a great formula and many positive opinions. Plus, it seems to have some clinical evidence behind, which is really unusual for a supplement (in the good way).

      Anyway – regarding your first question, you can use Rogaine with any supplement, since it’s a topical product and there’s no risk of interactions. As for Finasteride, I read on several websites that it can be used together with other hair supplements. So I think you can give them a try together – normally, there shouldn’t be any side effect.

      Both Folexin and Procerin can promote hair growth – but as long as your hair follicles are not dead (if you don’t have a completely bald scalp). But for your problem (that seems to be male pattern hair loss), I think Procerin or other DHT blockers would be a better choice.

      I hope this helps.

      1. Thanks, Olly! I don’t have a bald scalp, but am thinning and I want to be proactive and take the right supplement to hopefully stop the thinning. I am going to try the Procerin. Do you think this would be better than the Profollica you mentioned? I read your review of it. Again, I am not worried about the price..just results.

        1. Hey again Ross. If your hair is only thinning out, you’re a great candidate for both Procerin and Profollica. They usually work really well in cases like yours (when there’s no early baldness, only thinning hair and shedding).

          Regarding Profollica – I personally consider it a slightly better option than Procerin, because it has some clinical evidence behind. Also, I found a lot of reviews about it online – so it’s probably more famous and popular. But I haven’t tried either Procerin or Profollica, so I can’t tell you from experience which works faster/better overall. Procerin has a better formula at first sight (the supplement), while Profollica has a lot more studies and clinical evidence, which is just as important. I also like that Profollica offers a 60 days money back guarantee, so you have plenty of time to test it and see if it works for you or not.

          So if price doesn’t matter for you, I would probably recommend Profollica (55% vs 45% Procerin). But you should have positive results with any. Just make sure you’re patient and consistent enough to use the product for at least 2-3 months (in men it usually takes longer than in women).

          Please keep me updated with how it goes. I really hope this helps you.

  8. Hi Olly,
    I have a genetic male hair loss pattern and itchiness. I took Vivsical Pro before but was suspect of allergy of some allergy on the ingredient. In the end, I have light Seboetitic Dermatitis scalp as diagnose by my Dermatologist. And I just took another Regenepure essential hair supplement not too long and not sure if this product is good for me. can you please advise?

    1. Hello Max, I just took a quick look at Regenpure and it looks like a high-quality product in terms of ingredients, so I suggest you to continue using it for at least 2-3 months and see whether there is any improvement or not. Since you already started taking it and it has a pretty good formula, I don’t advise you to switch it with something else, at least for now. So please keep me updated on how it goes. Good luck!

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