ArthroFill combines vegan hyaluronic acid with micronutrients to support active movement functions.
The two formulations – liquid and tablets – are based on the latest nutritional science.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural active ingredient in the body
Hyaluronic acid binds moisture and thus ensures elasticity and resilience. In skin care, hyaluronic acid is therefore a widely used and well-known active ingredient. But Most of the body’s own hyaluronic acid is found in the connective tissue, the joints, the intervertebral discs and in the eye.
ArthroFill contains ultra-pure, vegan hyaluronic acid
The hyaluronic acid is produced on a plant basis. In this process, natural corn is first converted into corn starch and then into hyaluronic acid.
The hyaluronic acid is highly pure, vegan and particularly similar to the body’s own. It can be metabolized without any problems and is available to the body at any time when needed.
After four years of exploring the market, researching, developing and setting up a production facility, the founders of the biotech company Proceanis brought their Arthrofill nutritional supplement to pharmacies.
This is how the nutritional supplement manufacturer Proceanis does it, for example. He no longer only sells his two hyaluron products “ArthroFill” and “Hyaluron filler” in pharmacies and cosmetic institutes, but since the beginning of 2016 also through his own online shop.
Oral preparations are also available for prevention. One example is Arthrofill. This joint nutrient complex supplies the body with 180 milligrams of hyaluronic acid daily. The recommended daily dose is 100 to 200 milligrams. The young company Proceanis brought the product onto the market.