Procapil is a patent-protected herbal complex that can be found as one of the main active ingredients in several commercial hair loss products; for example, Follicare, MiN New York Agent, Viviscal scalp lotion, etc. It contains active compounds that are said to help anchor the hair follicles more firmly in the scalp and thicken cells in the hair bulb, allowing them to maintain their youth. The main result of its action should be a prolonged growth phase of hair and improved resistance to the harmful effects of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). In addition, it is believed to increase blood flow within the scalp, allowing more nourishment to reach thinning hair. The three main components of Procapil are biotinyl tripeptide-1 (it is supposed to strengthen the hair, prolong its growth cycle and make it more resistant to the harmful impact of DHT), apigenin (a vasodilator having anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties) and oleanolic acid (it also possesses anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and it is assumed to assist in preventing the damage caused by the DHT).
Procapil is not available as a retail product to the end-user and therefore consumer reviews are missing. The science behind Procapil may sound convincing but it lacks independent scientific verification. Since it is commonly used as one of many active ingredients within a complex formula of other commercial hair loss products, it is impossible to assess its effectiveness.
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