Flexitrinol is a daily supplement which claims to eliminate joint pains in a fast and effective manner through the use of all-natural ingredients. But is this the miracle supplement that over 50 million sufferers of joint pains in the US have been waiting for, or is it yet another ineffective fad that will soon pass?
Flexitrinol Company Behind
Flexitrinol is a product of self-professed “health experts”. The company that manufactures it, Beauty Blast Inc. offers up no information or history beyond its bare contact details.
Beauty Blast claims that Flexitrinol is particularly effective in the following areas:
- Relief for swollen joints
- Eradication of joint pain
- Restoration of mobility
- Improvement in overall range of motion
- Support for repairing and even regeneration of cartilage
Flexitrinol’s website links six main active ingredients. These are flaxseed oil, an omega fatty acid complex consisting of omega-3, 6 and 9, vitamin C, chondroitin sulphate, methylsulfonylmethane or MSM and glucosamine HCL. Other ingredients listed on the product include rice bran oil, gelatin, vegetable glycerin, water, sunflower lecithin, beeswax and natural caramel color.
How Does Flexitrinol Work?
Flexitrinol claims to be a “long term” care product; in other words, its benefits cannot be observed for the longest time. Rather than providing immediate relief in a discernible way, the product is designed to repair, rebuild and rehabilitate damaged joints. Its manufacturer does not exactly detail how this will happen, instead merely stating that the key ingredients have been “proven” to bring relief.
- It is true that the product is made out of all natural ingredients which are safe to use
- The efficacy of these natural products has been tested with positive results in the laboratory over the long term
- The manufacturer has not provided exact values of the ingredients
- Too much of even natural ingredients can be toxic while too little will simply be ineffective
- The efficacy of Flexitrinol therefore relies on whether the amounts of the ingredients, and the conditions in which they are taken, match those of the laboratory tests
- This efficacy cannot be gauged until after long-term use of the product
- There is very little information on the actual manufacturer, i.e., Beauty Blast Inc.
- Flexitrinol is only available online
Flexitrinol struggles to be a viable option solely because it is questionable just how much relief it can bring. Indeed, the actual ingredient list on the product does not even mention vitamin C, which has been advertised so prominently on the website. With the lack of exact data, the actual results can only be guessed, not ascertained with confidence.
Where to Buy Flexitrinol?
The product is currently only available online, and only via its official website. There are no authorized dealers or sellers from whom the product can be procured offline.
Is Flexitrinol a Scam?
Flexitrinol does not appear to be a scam in as much that its creators do not appear to have an intention of “conning” users. However, it remains a product shrouded in mystery, starting from its ingredient values to its company’s history. While it does offer a 30 day moneyback guarantee, it is interesting to note that the company suggests users have to wait for six weeks, i.e., longer than the guarantee period, to properly observe results.
Flexitrinol Side Effects
The product has not reported any side effects. However, users are advised to scan the ingredients carefully to see if they might have an allergic reaction to any of Flexitrinol’s components.
Flexitrinol is product that makes elaborate claims about its effect on not just the symptoms but also the cause of joint pains. Its ingredients certainly are all-natural and, at the very least, will not cause harm to the consumer. However, that alone cannot be enough of a pro to override all concerns. Coming as it does from a little known company, it could have made greater efforts to imbibe its users with confidence. This has not been sufficiently accomplished and the list of cons significantly outweighs the pros. It may not be an outright scam, but readers are still advised to proceed with caution.