Report on Procede Side Effects and Usage by AskDocWeb
This is a short report about Procede. Be sure to add your review at the bottom of the page.
What is Procede?
ProCede is a two-product cosmetic hair system that is applied to thinning areas of the scalp. The first step (Activating Formula) is applied for 1 hour before it is rinsed off. A second step (Deactivating Formula) is then applied for 30 minutes and rinsed. They do not say what would happen if you were interrupted and forgot to apply the second half of the treatment.
The company’s ad says, “one application may improve the appearance of your hair.”
The website for ProCede states that it can give the “appearance of a healthy, thicker, fuller hair shaft”, and that it is a cosmetic product.
The Procede website does not reveal where this product is manufactured by whom.
ProCede has a 90-day money-back guarantee. If you are not totally satisfied after just 1 application, you can get all your money back less shipping charges and handling charges by returning the unused portion of your product within 90 days. No questions asked.
In one place on their website they state that it comes with a “100% money-back satisfaction guarantee” but if you don’t get refunded for shipping charges and you don’t get a refund for handling charges is that really 100%?
How does ProCede work?
ProCede works by increasing the hair shaft diameter. ProCede uses two separate creams that are applied directly to the thinning areas of the scalp. These creams are claimed to thicken and strengthen hair shafts.
ProCede side effects
Some users experience redness and tingling during the application. The company says that will be gone within 24 to 48 hours. ProCede instructs users to do allergy test, which is designed to determine if you will experience a more serious reaction. If you do experience such a reaction, you may return the product for a full refund including shipping and handling charges.
ProCede Before and After Pictures
When we clicked on the “Before and After” button we expected to see before and after pictures but no. There are no before and after pictures, just a single picture of each guy.
Procede has not been evaluated by the Food and drug Administration and is not intended to grow hair. Results will vary based on the condition of your thinning hair.
Can women use ProCede?
They do not make any representations or warranties regarding use by women.
Does ProCede grow hair?
No, Procede is a cosmetic alternative to hair transplants.
Is ProCede a DHT blocker?
No, ProCede does not block DHT. ProCede is a cosmetic hair product designed to improve the appearance of thinning hair.
What are the ingredients in Procede?
The manufacturer does not reveal the ingredients in this cosmetic product.
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Recommended hair loss products:
- Nisim Biofactors (hair loss shampoo)