Procerin Vs Revivogen

There are various hair treatment products on the market that specifically aim to treat hair loss. Of course, hair loss has become the bane of many people. Hair loss can rob someone of their confidence. However, by addressing the factors that cause the hair loss case, you can stop the progress and even there is a possibility to grow back the hair that you have lost. Below, we have two popular scalp therapy shampoos that people have been talking about lately: Procrerin vs Revivogen. Which one is better for hair loss?

The Claims
Procerin actually provides oral supplements – we have discussed Procerin vs Profollica before – and scalp therapy shampoos. In this article, we are going to focus on the shampoo alone. The Procerin shampoo claims to be able to cleanse DHT build-ups from the scalp. DHT is a well-known factor that causes hair loss on men, formed from the male hormone testosterone. DHT can disrupt and shorten the growth phase of the hair follicles, making the hair shafts brittle and weaker and eventually fall out. By getting rid of the DHT build-up on the scalp, Procerin claims to be able to stop hair loss and allow hair follicles to grow back. The shampoo is also free of SLS and paraben.

On the other hand, Revivogen is a gentle cleansing shampoo that is suitable for all hair types, especially for fine and thinning hair. It is able to cleanse the scalp, soothe irritation, and increase hair volume. It also prepares the hair for the treatment serum, which would bring formulas to nourish the scalp and induce hair regrowth.

The Ingredients
Now, let’s see the ingredients of Procerin vs Revivogen. The Procerin shampoo boasts that it uses a proprietary blend of herbal, vitamin, and mineral ingredients. It contains sodium olefin sulfonate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocamide, MEA, chloride, olive leaf extract, glycol distearate, tangerine oil, citrus fragrance, phenoxyethanol, and tocopherol. However, these ingredients don’t directly address the factors of the hair loss case.

On the other hand, Revivogen says that it uses a sulfate-free formula that is safe and gentle to the hair. It has been formulated with the same active ingredients as the scalp therapy. The first primary component is linolenic acids, which include GLA, ALA, linoleic acid, and oleic acid. These are essential oils that have been scientifically proven to be highly effective in inhibiting the forming of DHT. They also have anti-inflammatory properties. The second primary component is saw palmetto, which is said to be able to block DHT and androgen receptors to a degree. Other ingredients include beta-sitosterol, grape seed extract, tocopherol, zinc sulfate, ethyl laurate, and sodium metabisulfite.

- DHT Cleanser & Blocker: Natural formula stimulates hair growth while also cleansing excess DHT
- Formulated Specifically for Men: Targets the causes of male pattern balding and thinning hair. It is also gentle and safe for all scalp types
- Enhanced Hair Regrowth: Improves the scalp and hair follicle health by fighting new DHT production
- Revitalizes dormant hair follicles and promotes a healthy scalp for optimal regrowth
- A gentle cleansing shampoo for all hair types, specially fine and thinning hair
- Sulfate free, safe for color and chemically treated hair
- Apply to wet hair, massage and lather
- Rinse thoroughly, repeat if necessary

Conclusion
Of these two products, Revivogen is the more recommended option. It is armed with highly effective ingredients, the linolenic acids, to inhibit the forming of DHT on the scalp. It is an effective treatment for DHT-related men’s hair loss. On the other hand, Procerin does not really address the DHT directly, although this shampoo can indeed help to nourish the scalp.

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