Background Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is frequently encountered in dermatological practice; however, there is a lack of approved treatment. At present, only three therapies have been approved for on-label use in androgenetic alopecia: minoxidil, finasteride, and lower-level laser therapy. Micronutrients are primary elements in the normal hair follicle cycle, and their role in androgenetic alopecia is a growing matter of research nowadays. This study aims to investigate the clinical efficacy and safety of Dr. SKS Hair Booster Serum, a cocktail of micronutrients and multivitamins (copper, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, thiamine, riboflavin, and biotin), in male and female patients with androgenetic alopecia. Methods We did an open-label, non-randomized, multicenter, prospective study across five hair clinic chains in India (Mumbai, Hyderabad, Jabalpur, Balaghat, and Nagpur). Eligible participants were patients with a confirmed diagnosis of androgenetic alopecia based on clinical examination and trichoscopic findings, age of 18 years or older, and any gender. Each patient received Dr. SKS Hair Booster Serum, 1 ml in volume, once a month by mesotherapy or derma roller/derma pen for up to six months. All patients were subjected to a 60-second hair count test (comb test), hair pull test, global photographic assessment (GPA), trichoscopy assessment, patient self-assessment questionnaire, and safety assessment at baseline and six months after the treatment. Results One thousand patients (500 males and females each) with androgenetic alopecia were analyzed. There was a significant reduction in hair fall with bulb (<0.0001) and without bulb (<0.0001) six months after the treatment versus baseline. There was a significant improvement in the number of hairs removed per pull (<0.0001), global photographic assessment score (<0.0001), hair growth rate (<0.0001), follicular hair density (<0.0001), vellus hair density (<0.0001), and terminal hair density (<0.0001) six months after the treatment versus baseline. The majority of patients (95%) were satisfied with six-month treatment of Dr. SKS Hair Booster Serum. No major adverse events were reported during the study. Conclusion Dr. SKS Hair Booster Serum was found to be a safe and effective treatment for androgenetic alopecia, with 95% patient self-assessment score.