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Provillus for Men and other safe, affordable and effective Hair Loss Treatments

Androgenetic alopecia is the most common reason for hair loss in men and the cause of them reaching for Provillus for men as an herbal, natural ingredient filled potent supplement to stop thinning hair. However, knowing the full effects of Provillus for men is very important for all those looking at the familiar receding hairline (or widow's peak) effect in the mirror as the formulation contained in Provillus for men does seem mired in a bit of a controversy regarding side-effects and lack of proper documentation, besides being a relatively new hair loss prevention option that is yet to establish its worth in the market.

As most men suffering from androgenetic alopecia know that it is the elevated levels of a chemical called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in their scalp that causes the hair loss and this DHT is a by-product of the male hormone testosterone, which is responsible for masculine characteristics, they buy Provillus for men in the hope that the manufacturer's claim for the formulation containing natural DHT blockers and actively, aggressively working nutrients for hair loss stoppage will act preventing their levels of testosterone getting converted to DHT; thus saving them from hair loss. In most cases, this false belief is the cause of further disappointment for users of Provillus for men, which though having the essential natural DHT blocker, saw palmetto and nettles combination, has both beneficial and undesirable side-effects associated with pro-longed and even midway discontinuance of the product.

Procerin for hair loss, on the other hand has all natural, gentle but effective active ingredient list that is specifically formulated to block the same transformation into DHT by the human body by blocking DHT without reacting with testosterone (as some prescription medications do) and thus is a safer way to treat hair loss in men as compared to the ill-effects suffered by patients using Provillus for men. Furthermore, Provillus for men has lesser instances of success as compared to Procerin, the leading hair loss treatment, which has recorded proven lab-test results out in the open for all potential and existing customers to verify doubts, an FAQ section that comprehensively and accurately answers all possible hair loss related queries as well as a dedicated customer service team that gives solutions and information on individual queries. This makes Procerin most successful in reducing, and even halting further loss of hair from the scalp, without causing the sexual side effects of prescription drugs like finasteride (Propecia) or sleepiness and urinary difficulties as faced by Provillus for men users.

Procerin is also better because all its ingredients besides being natural herbs, also have their active measures listed on the formulation for hair loss: with each tablet clearly stating Saw Palmetto 1500mg, Zinc Sulfate 15mg, Pyroxidine 5mg, Magnesium 150mg and a 30mg proprietary blend of Gotu Kola, Nettles, Pumpkin Seed, Siberian Ginseng, Muira Puma Root and Uwa Ursi - all of which are good for hair loss patients, all of which significantly help prevent hair loss and restore hair health. Provillus for men stops short of listing measures for all ingredients thereby putting a question mark on the safe levels of herbal ingredients that can cause undesirable side-effects. Procerin doesn't stop short at this point or even at preventing hair loss: Procerin cures problems like full male pattern baldness as well.

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