JointFlex is a product that is available online and in retail stores, designed for those suffering from the pain of aging and stiff joints. Unlike an oral capsule, Jointflex is a topical cream that when applied to the affected area, starts working quickly and relieves pain in 5-20 minutes. The product’s website is informative and user-friendly and all manufacturer contact details are provided. They also provide published results of clinical trials performed on the JointFlex formula, plus several customer testimonials.
JointFlex has a money back guarantee and the company will gladly accept used products for a refund. In addition to this, consumers can download coupons entitling them to a discount from the regular price of $15.95 for a 4oz tube. Unfortunately there is no mention of the terms and conditions of the guarantee.
JointFlex – Facts
The ingredients in JointFlex are delivered through the skin via Fusome delivery technology, a patented process which allows them to be absorbed faster and more effectively. The full list of ingredients in JointFlex is not shown but it is known to use Glucosamine and Chondroitin as its two main active substances. These two ingredients work synergistically to help repair damaged cartilage, while providing the means necessary for rebuilding stronger joints.
The JointFlex product should ideally be applied to the affected area twice a day and, apart from the slight possibility of skin reactions, should not cause any side effects.
- The product contains beneficial joint pain relievers
- It is applied topically
- JointFlex is affordable
- Clinical studies are published
- The product is manufacturer guarantee
- JointFlex is non-greasy and fresh-smelling
- Discount coupons are available
- Relief is likely temporary
- The full ingredient list is not shown
- Terms and conditions of the guarantee are not detailed
This type of joint pain reliever is most suitable for those who suffer from occasional pain or morning stiffness. It will help ease the aching and provide flexibility, but it is unlikely to provide the long term treatment of an orally-taken capsule.