Procerin Review: Can Women
Use It To Regrow Hair?
The ingredients in Procerin are designed to help block DHT. In most cases, women’s hair loss is unrelated to DHT. DHT is actually a form testosterone and because women have less testosterone they are far less likely to suffer from DHT.
Will it help women going through menopause?
Estrogen in women is what usually blocks the type of testosterone that causes hair loss. When women go through menopause they lose some of that natural DHT blocking ability. Supplements like saw palmetto still probably wouldn’t help.
So what can women do to combat hair loss?
You should consider incorporating a couple tablespoons of flaxseed oil into your diet. Some alternative health experts claim that it will help you to block both five alpha reductase and DHT.
At the very least it will give you thicker and more healthy hair.
Women have also been using tea tree oil as a topical solution. You have to dilute it. Some say that you should have 20% tea tree oil and others say you should have 60 to 70% tea tree oil after dilution. I suggest you start off at 20% and work your way up.
Tea Tree Oil has very good antifungal properties. Most people don’t know this but fungus is actually a major cause of hair loss in both men and women.
If you are a woman looking for a hair loss supplement Procerin is probably not the best option for you. You’re better off trying natural supplements on their own instead of trying a product like Procerin that was specifically designed for men.
There is actually only one treatment that is FDA approved to treat female hair loss. And that is minoxidil. Minoxidil does actually work better for women than it does for men. Usually less minoxidil is needed for women and the results are much better.