Remember the days when our parents seemed invincible to us? Carrying us up and down when we were young, running alongside as we learnt to ride the bicycle, moving the sofa just because our toy got stuck underneath it, when nothing seemed impossible to them.

But one day, you notice that their movements gets slower, or you see them grimace in pain when they walk up the stairs or lift something off the floor. Even simple housework becomes a painful task for them and after that, they would need to rest and massage their painful joints.

All of us age, and as we age, our joints get damaged due to wear and tear. It starts making creaking noises, it starts to hurt and ache when we walk, do gardening, go jogging, play sports, climb stairs and even when we get up in the morning. It normally gets worse after vigorous physical activities and is normally accompanied by pain and inflammation.

One-third of adults reported having joint pain. Knee pain was the most common, followed by shoulder and hip pain, especially among the senior demographics.6

Supplement Drink for Joint Health Support

Citrex Flexo is a revolutionary joint supplement drink which address a wide spectrum of joint health support with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Hyaluronic Acid and Type 2 Collagen which are crucial for the cartilage.

Comes in powder form

Milky Honey Dew Flavour

Each box comes with 28 sachets

Direction of Use

One sachet (20g) per day, preferably before breakfast or before bed time. Empty the content of the sachet into a glass of water (200ml) at room temperature. Stir well and consume immediately.


Help fight against joint wear and tear

Shark Cartilage, Corn Extract, Tremella Mushroom & Type ll Collagen


Found in the fluid that is around the joints. It is used by the body to produce a variety of other chemicals that are involved in building tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and the thick fluid that surrounds joints.3


One of the building blocks of cartilage. It helps to slow down the metabolism of cartilage and stimulates the production of new cartilage.

Hyaluronic acid

a substance that is naturally present in the human body. It is found in the highest concentrations in fluids in the eyes and joints, acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues.4

Type ll Collagen

a protein that is part of cartilage, bone, and other tissues. It can cause the body to produce substances that fight pain and swelling.5




Improve Elasticity

Support Joint Health

What causes wear and tear of our joints?


When people get older, the cumulative effect of mechanical load over the years, resulting clinically in “wear and tear” and pathologically in cartilage breakdown in joints.1


Being overweight increases the load placed on the joints which increases stress and could possibly hasten the breakdown of cartilage.2

Sports Injuries

Immoderate exercise will result in torn cartilage, dislocated joints and ligament injuries.


Those with jobs that require excessive physical labour, kneeling and climbing stairs are most likely to develop joint stiffness.

Ready to Relive the Good Days?

Citrex Flexo is specifically designed for people who are suffering from joint stiffness, joint effusion, after immobilization period, early osteoarthritis stage. Citrex Flexo as a preventing treatment for active people.

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  5. Rx List.(n.d.) Collagen Type Ii: Health Benefits, Uses, Side Effects, Dosage & Interactions. (2019). Retrieved 16 July 2019, from
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