I’ve used Procerin for about 6 months in the past, and I sometimes get asked about the ingredients in Procerin that make it work. Procerin is not an FDA approved treatment, and it is all-natural. However, it can still be quite effective for many people who use it.
When I used Procerin about 2 years ago, I did see some decent results in my first 6 months. However, it was really not as great as I had hoped. I was originally going to stay away from any minoxidil treatment because I’d heard of potential side effects, but I eventually decided the chance for side effects was so minimal I really didn’t need to worry about it.
Anyway, back to Procerin’s ingredients. Based on my research, here are a few of the top notable procerin ingredients in the oral supplement portion: Saw palmetto, Zinc, Uvu-arsi extract, Pumpkin seed extract, and Pyroxidine.
It’s a little difficult for me to give a full rundown of these ingredients as to how they work exactly, but the gist of it is that they promote health hormone levels, specifically a lower level of DHT. This is what caused hair loss in almost all men, and therefore having lower levels of DHT leads to hair regrowth.
I had a hard time finding any of the ingredients for the Procerin XT Foam, so I’m going to have to skip that. I’m not certain why they don’t have those ingredient’s posted online. I originally had thought that it had azeleic acid in it, but I’m not sure since I can’t find a breakdown of it and I can’t find the bottles I once used. They were empty, after all, and I probably threw them away.
So, back to my personal review of Procerin and procerin ingredients; I liked it, but not quite enough to keep using it. I would say I saw about 30% of the results I wanted to see. So, I switched to HairIntegro that has a really great oral supplement that includes many of the same ingredients of Procerin, but it also has and FDA approved minoxidil portion that’s just amazing for hair regrowth. You don’t have to take my word for it, but I’d say it’s really pretty good.