Profollica - No more hair loss
Profollica is a medicine that contains amino acids, herbs, proteins and enzymes that help you control production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone responsible for about 80% of hair loss in men.
It also increases blood flow in the scalp therefore improve nutrition of your hair follicles.
It is used to treat hair loss in men. It can be used in women to prevent thinning of hair.
- Ginkgo biloba
- Cinnamomum Zeylanicum extract
- Panax Ginseng root
- Salvia sclarea extract
- Kigelia Africana extraxt
- And others
There are no special precautions. This product is available without prescription because it is safe to use even without your doctor's advice.
As all other medicines and Profollica may cause an allergic reaction manifested with following symptoms:
- skin rash,
- itching of the skin,
- swelling and difficulty breathing.
Immediately call your doctor if you are experiencing any of abovementioned symptoms.
It should be avoided in patients allergic to any of the ingredients of Profollica.
Ingredients of Profollica are FDA approved.
Use during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Porfollica should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
How to use
Profollica is found in the form of shampoo, gel and pills. You should use all three products to achieve best results. You should wash your hair every morning, than massage gel into the scalp and leave it for the rest of the day. During the day, take one Profollica pill with lunch.
You should use it for at least a month to experience improvement in hair growth. For complete hair growth it takes few months (usually 6 months).
Pill should be taken with a meal, to avoid stomach upset.
Use with other medicines (Interactions)
There are no known interactions with other medicines. Inform your doctor about all medications and herbal products you are taking.
Profollica side effects
Profollica may cause following side effects: stomach upset, allergy and others. There are no studies about side effects of this medicine, so we could not provide more information.
If you are experiencing symptoms of an allergy, such as:
- itchy skin,
- swelling of the lips,
- swelling of the tongue and difficulty breathing,
call your doctor immediately.
Information on this website are provided for educational purposes only and are not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional.