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Procerin Review (Plus Procerin vs Provillus!)
Procerin is actually the twin brother of Provillus for Men. Provillus was the 1st to hit the market and then came Procerin. Procerin includes almost the same ingredients as Provillus, so you may imminently ask the reasonable question – so what is the difference between Provillus and Procerin?
First I have to say I don’t like most website’s Procerin vs Provillus reviews. Almost 100% prefer Provillus, but for false reasons. I read claims that Provillus blend is different and better ( but they have almost the same blend) and that Provillus is cheaper then Procerin (the opposite is true – Procerin is cheaper) so I think it’s time for an unbiased review which is based on solid facts.
Procerin vs Provillus
Lets compare the ingredients list of these products and put them side by side so you can see it yourself.
Provillus for Men ingredients:
You can almost immediately notice that propriety blend of herbs is almost 100% the same (just not written in the same order).
Now, lets focus at the main ingredients. Saw Palmetto etc.
Procerin serving size in 3 tablets, and the Saw Palmetto quantity is 1500mg vs Provillus with serving size of 2 tablets and 1000mg. As you can see it means that each tablet in both products includes 500mg Saw Palmetto.
To make it easier to compare I will compare tablets, one tablet of Provillus vs one tablet of Procerin (divide the Provillus daily serving numbers by 2 and the Procerin by 3)
1 tablet of Procerin includes 500mg Saw Palmetto, 5mg Zinc, 50mg magnesium and 1.7mg Pyroxidyne (vitamin B-6).
1 tablet of Provillus includes 500mg Saw Palmeto, 6mg Zinc, 28mg magnesium, and 2mg vitamin B-6. It also includes 20mcg biotin – an immaterial quantity.
The differences in quantity are minor, and the bottom line is that we have the same ingredients!
Each container includes 30 tablets for both products, Provillus serving size is 2 and Procerin 3, but if you take 2 Procerin tablets you will get to the Provillus daily serving with almost the same ingredients quantity, I have no idea why Procerin includes 3 tablets as a daily serving and not 2 (1000mg Saw Palmetto per day seams to be enough, even 500mg may work).
Provillus vs Procerin – Prices
Price match is simple, Procerin is cheaper.
6 months supply of Provillus costs $159.95
6 months supply of Procerin costs $119.95 – $40 cheaper then Provillus
Both offer 90 days money back guarantee.
Procerin also sells a topical foam which include highly effective ingredients you can also find in Revivogen.This is a combination of natural DHT inhibitors and hair stimulants, and you can get the foam together with the tablets or separately. It’s $159.95 for 6 months supply or $36.95 for one month (who buys anything for one month?! when it comes to male pattern baldness – you usually can’t tell if there is a real change before 6 months end).
Procerin XT Topical Foam ingredients include Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Saw Palmetto Extract, Rooibos Leaf Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Linoleic Acid, Oleic Acid, Evening Primrose Oil, Avocado Oil, Panthenol, Niacin, Azelaic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Zinc Sulfate, Peppermint Oil, Lodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol.
Does Procerin Work?
Yes, just like Provillus if you ask me. Both are well sold with great feedbacks, especially to men who don’t like the idea of taking chemicals such as finasteride or dutasteride. If you are looking for a natural hair loss treatment without side effects, or if you want to increase the effect of finasteride or dutasteride you can add Provillus or Procerin. From what I’ve heard, finasteride + Provillus taken together match the dutasteride effect.
Procerin vs Provillus Conclution
Same ingredients, different brand names. Provillus brand is stronger, and sold for $40 more then Procerin per 6 months period. If you want to save $40 for 6 months period get Procerin. You can get 6 months Kirkland minoxidil plus change for $40. If you want to go for the veteran well branded Provillus – it’s a great choice as it’s longer tested in the market. Any choice you make is good.
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