JointPro™ contains the first transdermal ICPP Peptide specifically designed to relieve: arthritis, muscle, tendon and joint pains including degenerative joint disease and tendinitis.
- Increases and maintains Type II Collagen, the essential protein building block in your cartilage that deplete with age.
- Penetrates the skin producing a therapeutic effect
- Cooling / warming sensation for immediate pain relief
- Cartilage tissue regeneration by enhancing the HA, ECM, collagen synthesis in chondrocytes and tendon cells.
- Stimulates the target cells to promote the proliferation of growth factors that repair articular tissue.
For sufferers of degenerative arthritis, the manufacturer advises that use of 1 - 2 weeks to start eliminating pain and use of 3 - 4 weeks to feel increased joint mobility.
For tendon injuries, relief should be experienced within 1 - 2 weeks.
Joint Pro Increases and maintains Type II Collagen, the essential protein building block in your cartilage. JointPro also stimulates the target cells to promote the rapid production of growth factors that repair ‘articular’ tissue.
'Articular' cartilage is a tough layer of smooth white connective tissue that covers the ends of the bones where they articulate with each other within a joint. It is a living tissue which is maintained and repaired by the cells contained within it. It has no blood supply and instead it relies on diffusion of nutrients through the tissue.
The reason this cartilage appears white rather than pink, is the fact that it contains no blood vessels. Because there is no blood supply, oral supplements can’t be delivered through the body to the articular cartilage, whereas JointPro cream penetrates the skin and tissue.
If there was no articular cartilage the bone surfaces would rapidly wear away due the friction that occurs when bone rubs against bone. Articular cartilage is self-lubricating because of its high fluid content which gives it the lowest coefficient of friction of any natural or manmade material.
What is a Peptide? When peptides form a long chain of amino acids, they become proteins. When they are in a short chain of amino acids, they are able to send signals to our cells to let them know how to function. Peptides are found throughout every cell and tissue in the body and are an integral part of most biologic processes. Maintenance of appropriate concentration and activity levels of peptides is necessary to achieve equilibrium; or simply as the balance of bodily functions and maintain health.