Procerin Male Hair Loss Treatment Review: Does it Work?

How effective is Procerin for treating hair loss?

Six out of ten men will experience some form of baldness by the time they reach the age of 40. And that statistic is set to rise further in the coming years.

Procerin is a well known dietary supplements on the market, and very much a go-to brand for men battling the effects of hair loss.  Here we analyse just how effective it actually is for treating male hair loss.

What is Procerin Hair Growth Supplement?

Procerin is a safe dietary supplement that is designed to help men combat the common effects of early baldness and thinning hair.  This supplement is made by American company, Tradewinds, and is one of the longest standing male hair supplements on the market. 

Procerin was, at one point, the best selling male hair supplement in the USA. Its longevity is only matched by Provillus, and it continues to sell well in the US, and particularly across Europe.
Procerin is not FDA approved as a treatment for baldness - therefore without being medically approved, it is regarded as dietary supplement, and not a treatment. However, it does come with a 80%+ customer satisfaction rating, ranking it as one of the better hair growth supplements on the market. 

Procerin also has a small range of other products in their line, including a topical foam and a shampoo, but for the sake of this review, we will stick to reviewing the supplement only.

What are the ingredients in Procerin?

Procerin contains a key blend of active ingredients which include Saw Palmetto Berries, Zinc, Pyroxidine, Magnesium, and Pumpkin Seed. The full list of ingredients can be seen on the label below.

This supplement does not contain as full of a list of ingredients as many of its strongest competitors on the market, but that's not to say it's a bad supplement.  Procerin does contain some very good hair beneficiary ingredients.


The ingredients in this supplement are designed to help prevent the early effects of baldness and thinning hair in men.  It contains a high dosage of Saw Palmetto, which has shown to block the formation of DHT (the cause of hair loss).

The addition of Nettles, Pumpkin Seed, and Zinc help compliment Saw Palmetto, working in conjunction with each other to help halt the severity of hair shedding.   Unfortunately, there is no evidence that Procerin can in any way shape or form promote new hair growth.

Procerin side-effects? 

There have been no reported major negative side-effects from users of Procerin. However, the high dosage of Saw Palmetto can lead to stomach discomfort, and other minor side-effects.  This is why this supplement is not suitable for women, as such high dosages can alter the hormonal balance.

Procerin is generally considered to be safe, but it is always advised to speak to your doctor before taking supplements that you are unfamiliar with.

Procerin User Reviews

Procerin has a healthy user review rating on their website, which you would fully expect, but a less positive review rating across other reviewer websites.

The rating for Procerin across reviewer sites comes to 2.1/5.0, but it is unclear what percentage of the reviews are genuine. Procerin has a fairly mixed response on various hair loss forums and communities.
The UK label.

Procerin price and where to buy

The standard price for a bottle of Procerin Supplement is around £30.00 (35 Euro, or $38.00), which means this product is priced at the mid range end of the market.  One bottle will last for just four weeks.

Procerin can be purchased for cheaper when bought in multipack offers, with the most popular being the triple pack.  Even though Procerin is one of the more affordable hair supplements on the market, we still believe it to be a little on the expensive side.

This product is available from the official website in the US, and is also available to buy in the UK, via Peak Nutrition, the official UK distributor.  The label is different for the US and UK brands, due to domestic regulations.  The UK brand has made slight alternations to the formula.  Many users claim the UK version is not as effective as the original US version.

Procerin Review: The Verdict

Procerin is not a cure for male baldness, and nor should it ever claim to be, however, it can help with the maintenance of hair health.  If taken with a well balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, this tablet has the potential to slow down hair shedding and improve overall hair growth. 

Procerin would need to be taken on a regular basis, and you should not expect to see any sort of visible results until at least 2-3 months of continuous use.  However, it is unlikely you will notice any visible results, particularly if you have exceeded Norwood Hamilton 2. 

Results will vary from person to person.

Procerin 2019 Rating:  2/5

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