Cures for baldness
While there are a lot of therapies and remedies ranging from natural/herbal to surgical ones that address various aspects of baldness, a complete Baldness Cure is still elusive. It is equally difficult to prevent baldness. There isn't a vaccine yet for that.
Surgical procedures include hair transplantation, tissue expansion, flap surgery and scalp reduction. Pains, patchy hair growth, bleeding etc., are not unusual complications with surgical procedures. These are also time-consuming and expensive.
What these procedures do, in effect, is either move hair from one part of the body to another, or surgically tighten loose hairless scalp on the head. Transplanted hair tends to grow well, though it does not always attack the cause of the problem. The transplanted portion, which is actually made of smaller hairs that were plucked and planted from the back of the head also sometimes stands apart from the surrounding denser hair.
What most prescription and non-prescription medications do is slow down hair loss and encourage hair re-growth. Certain medications like Minoxidil and Finasteride have been shown to promote hair growth, but the latter has also shown some side effects, including sexual dysfunction.
Procerin was designed for men of all ages and at all stages of hair loss, and it is an effective all-natural non-prescription supplement that we recommend. It is a combination of DHT Blockers, Vitamins and Minerals that act on your hair from both inside and out and gives you safe visible results. There are no side effects since it is not made of harmful chemicals.
The latest news is that research is being conducted on stem cells to effect follicular regeneration, (hair multiplication) which has been effective on mice. On men, not yet.