Minoxidil VS Procapil

Minoxidil VS Procapil

Procapil® VS Minoxidil. Watch out, Minoxidil! Procapil’s the new gem in the hair loss battle

When looking for options for restoring hair loss, most people can name the two well-known chemicals: Minoxidil (trademark name Rogaine or Regaine) and Finasteride (trademark name Propecia), but there is a third compound, a botanical one, that demonstrates in many cases even superior results to those two.

This compund is called Procapil® by Sederma, a trademark name for the patented compound Biotinyl Tripepdide-1. Procapil is a new breakthrough formula that strengths hair and prevents hair loss naturally. This compound combines vitaminated matrikine with apigenin and oleanolic acid to that target the main areas of hair loss.  It is completely natural and topical, and has no demonstrated side effects.

Hair fall is a major concern today for many people. You may have noticed an increasing number of strands of hair in your sink and on your hairbrush, or maybe you are beginning to see more of your scalp when you look in the mirror. If so, bear in mind you are not alone!

There are millions of men and women experience hair loss as they age, sometimes starting as early as their ’20s or ’30s. Hair loss can take a variety of forms, including thinning hair as a result of excessive hair loss, or circular bald patches that appear where clumps of hair have fallen out and the factors leading to hair loss can be numerous. The good news is that depending on the reason or your hair loss, you may be able to reverse it or at least slow it down.

Procapil® works as effectively  without the side effects, harsh chemicals, or smell

Clinical tests have proven that Procapil can boost new hair growth by up to 121% along with reducing hair loss by 58%. This effect is thanks to its DHT-blocking mechanism that treats alopecia, more commonly known as baldness, at the source – the hair follicle. DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) is a sex steroid and androgen hormone, which affects both men and women, and the human body produces it naturally. By middle age or because of hormonal dysfunctions, DHT increases around the hair follicles, blocking nutrients and leading to malnourished and diminished growth.

Having to manage the side effects from Minoxidil can be a challenge. While Minoxidil is generally well tolerated, some common side effects include burning or irritation of the eye, itching, redness or irritation at the treated area, as well as unwanted hair growth elsewhere on the body have been reported.

World’s most complex ant-hair loss and hair growth stimulating serum with Procapil

The good news with Procapil® is that clinical tests have proven it offers no long or short-term side effects.

Besides its increased efficacy in fighting some of the direct causes of hair loss, the lack of side effects is one of the reasons REKZE Laboratories has decided to use this compound in its line of anti-hair loss and hair growth stimulating products, for ’24’ hair growth treatment serum, completed after by other high ingredients like Sphingony, Astressin-B, Collagen, Keratin, Voluminis, Kigelia africana fruit extract, Cinnamomum zeylanicum bark extract and Ginkgo biloba leaf extract. 

UPDATE 10/2017: The 24 serum from REKZE Laboratories has been clinically tested and proved to improve hair thickness by 7% and hair density by 25% in the control group, after just 4 weeks of use by both men and women with hair fall tendency, noticeable diffuse thinning, dry damaged aspect of hair, hair that is easily breakable.

24 serum is available on AMAZON and in our online shop with FREE INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS SHIPPING for orderS over $189.

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