While SynerFlex appears to be a reputable joint pain relieving product, manufactured by an established company, North Star Nutritionals, the manner in which it is presented lets it down greatly. The tone of the product website is gimmicky, written in the form of a ‘personal’ letter to the customer which detracts greatly from the actual brand. However, the North Star Nutritionals site on the whole is informative, full company contact details are given and they do offer a 60-day money back guarantee on all their products.
SynerFlex can be purchased directly from the site via the secure ordering page. As with most products of this type, auto-shipping programs are available, entitling the customer to discount purchases and it is always more economical to buy more than one bottle, which costs $39.95, at any one time.
SynerFlex – Facts
There is a lot of information regarding the key ingredients in the SynerFlex formula, although a full ingredient list is not shown and despite claims of clinical tests, none are provided as proof. The main active ingredient in SynerFlex is Hyal-joint, a formula that consists of Hyaluronic acid, a substance that increases the production of protective synovial fluid in the joint. Also key in the formula is Hops extract, an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory, and concentrated Boswellia. This is a substance that aids in inhibiting pain-causing Cox-2 in the body, also reducing swelling and allowing healing to occur.
- A 60 day money back guarantee is provided
- Company information is given
- The ordering site is secure
- Customer discounts are offered
- Key ingredients are listed
- The website is unprofessional
- The product does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin
- No clinical trials are shown
- The full ingredient list is not provided
- No dosage instructions are shown
Even if SynerFlex were a reliable joint pain relief treatment, the way it is presented would likely deter many prospective consumers. Additionally, while the large amounts of Hyaluronic acid in the formula may provide plenty of lubrication, there is no evidence to show that SynerFlex can successfully restore damaged cartilage.