Bio-home Glucosamine Chondroitin Joints Cream

Penetrating and targeting cream for Your Joints. Contains 4 active ingredients to supplement joint cartilage and relieve joint pain. Apply this product daily to achieve optimal results without compromising skin quality!

Bio-home Glucosamine Chondroitin Joints Cream

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Description

Vigorous movement, overweight or lack of exercise may cause the following problems:

  • Stiff and painful joints
  • Degeneration of vertebral column and knee
  • Inflammation of fingers and wrists
  • Cartilage deterioration
  • Adhesive shoulder capsulitis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Hip osteoarthritis
  • Sport injuries and ligament inflammation
  • Lumbar spine dislocation and pain
  • Joint pain due to over-working
  • Cell phone elbow

 
Active Ingredients offer multiple benefits

Glucosamine

  • Important construction material for cartilage and connective tissues
  • Maintain water content in joints
  • Create flexible joints
  • Relieve joint pain

 
Chondroitin

  • Lock water inside cartilage tissue
  • Avoid cartilage breakdown
  • Provide material for cartilage reconstruction
  • Resist pressure from locomotion and weight

 
Collagen

  • Forming part of the muscle and tendon
  • Maintain cartilage elasticity and joint flexibility
  • Strengthen muscle and joint

 
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)

  • Help in formation of new cells
  • Rebuild cartilage tissues
  • Optimum to be used with the other three ingredients

 
Suitable for

People concerned about joint health, vigorous or lack of exercise, joint pain caused by overweight, immobility, rehabilitation, office or laboring worker, elderly, intensive cell phone users

Directions

Apply three times a day. Gently massage until the cream has been absorbed into your skin.

Made in U.S.A.

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