Hyalfit gel – cooling 50ml

The first ever unique and effective cooling gel with hyaluronic acid

Hyalfit gel is a preparation intended for massage with a soothing effect on muscles, ligaments and joints with a cooling effect, it was created for quick and long-term relief and removal of pain.

Composition (INCI):

water, isopropyl alcohol, glycerin, menthol, Symphytum officinale root extract, Boswellia Serrata Indian incense extract, Aesculus hippocastanum horse chestnut extract, Eucalyptus globulus eucalyptus extract, hyaluronic acid, phenoxyethanol, capryl glycol, carbomer, d-limonene. Menthol in combination with alcohol improves blood circulation, cools and helps to better absorb active substances. The preparation contains a balanced combination of three types of plants (Indian frankincense – Boswellia serrata, comfrey – Symphytum officinale, horse chestnut – Aesculus hyppocastanum) with a beneficial effect on the entire musculoskeletal system. the system. Hyalfit gel is additionally enriched with hyaluronic acid, which is an integral part of the synovial fluid of the joints.


Apply to the painful area 2-4 times a day and massage thoroughly.


It must not be used by children under 3 years of age. It must not be used in case of hypersensitivity to any component in the composition. It must not be applied to mucous membranes, damaged skin or open wounds. Avoid contact with eyes.

Chestnut (Aesculus hypocastanum L., Hyppocastanaceae)

Horse chestnut extract affects the reduction of symptoms such as: varicose veins, pain, fatigue, leg swelling, edema. A component of horse chestnut, escin, is considered responsible for most of the effects on stabilizing the walls of venous blood vessels, and therefore reducing swelling and pain. Horse chestnut calms inflammatory processes, increases the strength of blood vessels, increases the resistance of venous capillaries and reduces fluid permeability, thereby reducing the load on venous blood vessels and swelling. Horse chestnut fruit contains lipids, flavonol heterosides and up to 10 percent of saponosides (escin). Escin is actually a mixture of several different saponosides, and the fruit itself contains sterols such as stigmasterol and beta-sitosterol. The fruit sheath contains tannins and proanthocyanodoles, and the tree bark contains a higher proportion of coumarins (esculoside) and tannins. The plant is approved in official clinical phytotherapy for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency, problems with varicose veins and subjective symptoms of heavy and swollen legs. European regulatory agencies, such as ESCOP, have approved the use of chestnut as a medicine based on 13 clinical studies in which the beneficial effects of its extracts have been proven in such ailments.

Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)

Medicinal properties of comfrey include essential oils, tannin, mucus, choline and the rare substance allantoin. Comfrey root extract has a beneficial effect on various types of injuries, sprains and dislocations, as it also has anti-inflammatory effects and is effective for swelling and bruises. Since ancient times, comfrey has been used as a medicinal plant for the treatment of atherosclerosis as well as for promoting bone healing.

Indian Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata)

Boswellia Serrata (incense tree) – a plant that grows in India, whose extract is used to relieve pain in osteoarthritis. It contains a high amount of Boswellia acids, which alleviate the inflammatory process, have a positive effect in alleviating the symptoms of osteoarthritis, help with joint pain, morning stiffness and improve joint mobility. In addition to having a strong anti-inflammatory effect and quickly relieving pain, Boswellia also opens blood vessels for tissue supply (collateral blood vessels).