My Arthrozene Review – Is It A Scam? (2020)
It’s time for my Arthrozene review – a joint supplement that looks a bit suspicious to me:
- Claims to work in only 5 days
- One bottle costs almost $60
But despite the high price, Arthrozene is pretty popular.
So does it work for real? At $60 per bottle, it has high chances to be a scam.
Well, I tried it out myself – so in this review, I want to show you all the hidden facts about Arthrozene (experience based).
Note: This review is based on my experience with this supplement, so it’s not the typical review with general info. I’m not trying to praise/criticize this product or its company – I am simply telling my opinion about it.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Arthrozene by Fisico
Quantity : 30 capsules
Best Actual Price: $59.25
Where I Bought It From: Ebay, but you can also find it on Amazon
Designed For: Joint pain in general. It contains:
- 1 anti-inflammatory
- 2 collagen-like substances
So it can work for both inflammation and joint damage – on paper (I will explain you later on why I’m saying this).
My Rating: 5 out of 10 – I would rate it lower normally, but I received some positive feedback about it (which made me change my mind).
Worth Buying?: Definitely not – if you ask me.
There are several things I can’t ignore:
- absolutely huge price
- ingredients aren’t the most amazing
- in my case – it didn’t help too much
- I found more negative reviews than usual
So it’s definitely not a product I would recommend – despite being pretty popular. I prefer using a better formula for $30 less.
What I Liked About It
- Only one pill per day
- They have a research page on their website
- Available on several websites and retailers
- You can find many authentic reviews about it all over the Internet (but many are negative)
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Pretty weak formula (my opinion)
- Not very high doses
- Didn’t relieve my pain too well
- My joint flexibility also didn’t get any better
- It didn’t work in 5 days, as it claimed (fake promises?)
- Extremely expensive for what it offers and for what it contains
#1. What Is Arthrozene?
Shortly – it’s a joint supplement designed for both inflammation and pain.
But according to the label, it’s a “next generation joint pain solution”.
Why? Here’s what it claims:
- Relieves joint pain in as little as 5 days.
- Increases flexibility and mobility.
- Decreases discomfort and stiffness.
Now – the last 2 things are realistic. But I don’t know any product that can work in 5 days.
That’s the reason why I don’t trust Arthrozene – if it worked so fast, everyone would be using it. So joint pain wouldn’t exist anymore.
However – that’s not really the case.
But let me show you why I don’t recommend Arthrozene.
#2 – What It Claims
In my opinion, that’s what Arthrozene’s problem is.
It has some very high promises. Too high for what it can do, if you ask me.
So here’s what it claims about its ingredients:
- They are “next level”
- They relieve joint pain in 5 days (at most)
Now – these ingredients aren’t terrible. They don’t look too good, but they’re surely not bad.
However, to me – these claims are way too big for these ingredients. I mean, I’m familiar with collagen and Boswellia and they never relieved my pain so fast.
That’s why I can’t really believe these claims.
But before I get to the part where I tested out the pills – let’s take a closer look at each ingredients.
#3. Ingredients (8 out of 10)
Before I start, I only want to mention one thing:
- Each ingredient is a registered trademark of a certain brand (not Arthrozene).
- So it’s not the original ingredient – but a slightly different version.
- However, it has better proprieties than the original.
So Arthrozene’s ingredients are better than the original forms.
1. ApresFlex Boswellia Serrata Extract (100 mg) – it’s the anti-inflammatory.
Regarding the dose:
- 100 mg doesn’t seem like a huge concentration
- however, this is a trademark extract
So 100 mg of ApresFlex should work better than 100 mg of regular Boswellia extract.
2. Mobilee Natural Chicken Comb Extract (80 mg) – this ingredient is actually a combination of 3 substances :
- Hyaluronic acid (60%)
- Collagen type II (5%)
- Glucosaminoglycans (10%)
Now – the last 2 are great for damaged cartilages (but the dose is really low).
On the other hand, hyaluronic acid isn’t very useful. It works great when injected directly into the joints.
But here’s the tricky part:
- you need about 200 mg orally (to get a good effect) 
- here you have around 55 mg – which is surely not enough
3. B-2Cool Native Collagen Type II (40 mg) – that’s an ingredient that I really like. 
Collagen is designed for unhealthy cartilages.
However, in my case it never helped a lot – so I consider it a supportive ingredient.
#4 – How To Take It (8.50 out of 10)
Arthrozene is really good at this chapter,
1. The Pills – They’re not the smallest I’ve seen, but it could be worse:
- average to large dimensions
- a bit hard to to swallow
So basically – Arthrozene’s capsules are a bit big, but not as large as Osteo Bi-Flex, for example.
Swallowing them isn’t impossible, but it’s harder than for most pills.
2. The Schedule – Compared to other supplements, Arthrozene only requires 1 pills per day.
Here’s why I see this as an advantage:
- You don’t risk to forget about one of the pills
- More comfortable
- You don’t need to space out any doses
So that’s the only chapter where Arthrozone gets a green point from me.
#5. My Background
1. My Problems – As you might know, I’m lucky enough to have both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis.
I’ve had RA for a long time and my OA came up as a complication. Because of RA, my knee cartilages started to wear off.
So I basically have osteoarthritis in my knees.
2. My RA – This one was bothering me most:
- my pain was terrible sometimes (6 on the pain scale)
- I woke up with stiff hands every morning
- the pain was worst in my hands and elbows
3. My OA – On the other hand, my knees weren’t in so much pain. Instead:
- they lost flexibility
- I had a hard time moving around
So Arthrozene seemed like it could help both conditions:
- it has Boswellia – that could decrease my inflammation
- it had Collagen – that could increase my flexibility
But that was only on paper – because in reality, it was pretty different.
#6. My Results (7 out of 10)
1. How It Worked – Just like I somehow expected, Arthrozene didn’t work really well for me.
I didn’t reduce my pain considerably:
- My hand pain didn’t decrease significantly in one month.
- I still woke up with stiff joints – and it didn’t go away faster.
- Most of my joints were still pretty swollen.
- My knee mobility didn’t improve.
- I was still in pain most about 75% of time.
To give you a number, I could say my pain went from a 6 to about a 4 (at most).
That’s not amazing – especially for a $60 supplement.
2. My Conclusions – So was there an improvement? To be honest, no major one.
Do I know the reasons? In my opinion, it’s because of this:
- low doses
- ingredients aren’t very powerful
Besides – this supplement claims that it works in 5 days at most. Well, that was surely not my case.
I took the whole bottle (one month) and didn’t feel any relief.
So I really lost my trust in this product – if I ever had any. In my case, it was close to a scam.
Therefore, I would surely not recommend it (especially because it’s so expensive). You can get something even better for about $30 less.
#7 – Other Opinions (6 out of 10)
The best part is that I could find many reviews on Arthrozene.
So instead of counting on my own opinion – I will try to include the most relevant reviews I found.
Note: I only considered the opinions that looked authentic, not the general ones.
1. Positive Reviews – unfortunately, there weren’t a lot.
But here’s what satisfied customers said about Arthrozene:
- It really helps with stiffness.
- Some say they can now bend their knees much better.
- Others say their pain is much better now.
2. Negative Reviews – these were the majority I found.
So here’s what most were complaining about:
- Price – they said it’s extremely expensive for how it works.
- Effect – many people weren’t satisfied even after several weeks.
- Claims – some said it does work, but surely not in 5 days (as it promises).
- Side Effects – a few people complained about getting diarrhea.
So one thing is sure – many people didn’t love Arthrozene. It was mostly because of its super expensive price.
And to be honest, I totally understand that.
Who would be happy about spending $60 on a product that claims to make miracles – and get no effect instead?
Note: There were enough people that were satisfied about it, so it’s not all negative. But it’s simply very expensive – that was the major complaint.
#8 – Price (2 out of 10)
For what it does, Arthrozene is extremely expensive.
1. The Exact Price – it depends a lot where you buy it from.
Now – Arthrozene is available in several retailers. But there are 2 best places to buy it from:
- Amazon – the price varies daily, but it’s around $60 (+ free shipping)
- Official website – it costs $50 plus +$6 shipping
So basically – the price from the official website can be better than Amazon.
But I advise you to check it daily, because Amazon prices fluctuate a lot.
Even so – $50 for a joint supplement is way too much. Especially for a monthly supply.
2. Competitor’s Price – other products are way cheaper, to be honest.
Now – I don’t know any product that contains the exact ingredients as Arthrozene.
But there is one with similar substances (but it contains some additional ones) – it’s called ProJoint Plus.
So compared to Arthrozene – ProJoint Plus:
- contains about 10 different ingredients (vs 3)
- has a better formula overall
- worked much better for me
- costs about $30 per bottle (vs $60)
So I think you can tell the difference yourself.
Now – I know that Arthrozene’s ingredients are registered trademarks. So it’s normal that they cost higher.
But in my case, they didn’t prove to be better.
So in my opinion, Arthrozene costs way too much for how it works. That’s the biggest reason why I wouldn’t buy it again.
#9 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my experience with Arthrozene – in 3 ideas.
1. Overpriced – for what it does, Arthrozene is too expensive:
- costs almost $60 per bottle
- doesn’t relieve the pain too well (in my case)
For these money, I would surely not buy it again. Especially when there are cheaper alternatives.
2. Weak Formula – in my opinion, the ingredients aren’t strong enough:
- only 3 substances
- doses aren’t very high
Now – I can’t complain about Boswellia and Collagen Type II.
But the Chicken Comb Extract has a problem:
- Contains mostly hyaluronic acid (60%).
- This substance doesn’t help a lot – unless it’s injected into the joint.
- Otherwise, you need a very high dose (around 200 mg). (3)
- Here you have around 55 mg – which is far too little.
So that’s the main reason why I consider these ingredients a bit too weak.
3. Fake Claims (?) – I’m not sure if that’s true, but that’s how I see things.
- claims to relieve the pain in as little as 5 days
Now – judging after my experience with over 100 products, that is pretty impossible:
- very few products worked so fast
- most of these could only relieve the pain
- none of them managed to help my cartilages in 5 days
So that’s why Arthrozene’s claims don’t seem right to me.
It didn’t even relieve my pain in 5 days – how could it improve my joint flexibility?
My Verdict – Is Arthrozene A Scam?
Short answer: Not really. As long as there’s even 1 satisfied customer – I couldn’t call it a scam.
And Arthrozene has many people satisfied with it, to be honest.
However, it also has too many things that don’t seem right to me. Starting with the price and ending with how it works.
But here’s a quick sum-up:
- the formula doesn’t look too powerful
- not very high doses
- didn’t relieve my pain almost at all
- my knee didn’t get more flexible either
- fake claims – it didn’t work after 5 days
- extremely expensive – $60 per one month bottle
Is It Worth Buying?: Definitely not. It’s just not worth wasting $60 for something that didn’t work.
And it’s not just the money – I was also wasting my time.
So if you really want something that treats your joint pain for less money – I recommend you the product from below:
- It’s the best one I personally tried
- It works really fast (but sure – that depends from person to person)
But anyway – it has a great price compared to Arthrozene. That’s the top reason why I recommend it instead.
For $60, you can almost buy 4 bottles – enough for 120 days. I think this tells the difference.
But obviously – you are free to judge for yourself and choose the product you want. So make the right choice for you!