Next up on our list is Piping Rock. This join relief solution takes pride in being free of potentially harmful ingredients such as GMOs, soy, milk, wheat, and other artificial ingredients.
The official product page displays a full nutrition label and gives access to several reviews and appears to answer most questions a consumer would have.
Piping Rock is a safe solution with those suffering from dairy, wheat, or soy allergies. However, it warns that those who are allergic to fish shellfish should stay away from the product. Overall, they list all ingredients in an easy to read label located in the center of the official product page.
It does warn that the solution should not be consumed by anyone pregnant or under the age of 18, indicating that unlike Joint Advance, this product is not open to everyone.
This is where things get interesting. On the official page, the product is listed at an unusually low price of $15. There is also a timer that tells you that the "sale" you are viewing will expire in 30 minutes, but we let that time run out, and the price stays the same.
However, if you find the same product on Amazon, it is sold for an astounding $71 plus shipping. It is hard to understand why there is such a massive difference in price.
On the surface, Piping Rock appears to be a reliable product with natural ingredients. It's clear that it's not for everyone due to its shellfish allergies and warnings against pregnant women and anyone under 18 taking the product. The biggest red flag is the overwhelming amount of negative reviews this company has. It appears you can buy the pills at a low price, but consumers have to ask if it is worth the risk considering this company's questionable reputation and history.