The official product page talks about a “powerful formula” but does not tell the consumer what it is. It claims only to contain safe and natural ingredients that are tested for quality and purity at a 3rd party laboratory. Again, while these claims could be based, they lack in specifics.
The page we reviewed does share a full list of Supplement Facts. This listing contains items such as copper, zinc, and manganese. However, unlike the other supplements on this list, ProstaGenix falls short of explaining how the ingredients are helpful and what exactly each one does.
ProstaGenix’s customer rating is actually higher than our #2 ranked product, sitting now at 90%. What is holding ProstaGenix back is its lack of total prostate support. Instead focusing on one aspect of Prostate health.
While ProstaGenix seems to help with frequent urination, our top 2 products do that as well, but boast total support as well.
The default deal is 3 bottles for about $100. The recommended dosage is 3 pills a day and according to the very small print on the bottle, there are 90 pills in each bottle. This deal evens out to $33 per bottle. If you are new to this product and want to take it slow, which is reasonable for a first-time buyer, then that first bottle will cost about $50.
ProstaGenix seems to be an ideal solution for anyone dealing with the annoyance of waking up in the middle of the night to pee. It does not seem like the ideal solution for anyone looking to protect the health of their prostate from more serious, life-threatening issues.