Feel the power of movement after only 7 days of application

Revolutionary formula with the highest dose of hyaluronic acid and collagen. With this formula, we have managed to overcome the current standard technology and at the same time provide you with a guarantee of quality and comfort of application. It quickly and effectively relieves pain, inflammation and swelling (edema) of the joints. It is a completely natural and safe preparation that does not cause any side effects.

  • osteoarthritis,
  • degenerative joint diseases,
  • arthritis of the knees, elbows, shoulders, hips, hands and feet,
  • rheumatoid arthritis,
  • joint injuries,
  • pains when moving, at rest and stiffness of the joints.
Boswellia serrata extract (65% boswellic acid) 130 mg
Chondroitin sulfate 100 mg
Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic acid) 40 mg (50% RDI)
Hyaluronic acid 40 mg
Collagen typa I 8 mg

*RDI -reference daily intake

Nutritional values:
Proteins 33 mg
Carbohydrates 132 mg
Fats 95 mg
Dietary fibers 1,3 mg

1 capsule a day at least 10 minutes before a meal, to be used continuously for 2-3 months during the year. The first therapeutic effect is achieved after only 7 days of use. A package of 30 capsules, for one month.


The product is not intended for people under the age of 18, as well as for pregnant and lactating women. It can be used by diabetics. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. There are no side effects or interactions with known drugs or other substances. It can be combined with other vitamin preparations.


At room temperature, in a dry and dark place. Keep out of reach of children.


HYALFIT – what makes it a unique and revolutionary formula?

Characteristics of the main components that make up HYALFIT
Today, more than 80% of adults have problems with joints and muscles in the form of pain, inflammation and swelling. The cause of these problems are primarily rheumatic diseases: osteoarthritis (inflammatory process of the joints), osteoarthrosis (degenerative disease of the joints and bones), gout (metabolic disease of the joints), soft tissue injuries (tendons, ligaments and muscles), as well as sports injuries (strains, joint dislocations, sprains). As a consequence of these diseases and injuries, pain, impaired mobility, and reduced joint and muscle function occur. The most important thing is the application of therapy that will reduce pain, inflammation and swelling (if any) and improve joint mobility. This is why patients decide to use drugs, analgesics and antirheumatic drugs, but they also have some consequences if they are used for a long time, more precisely, they cause damage to the stomach lining.


Collagen is a protein that makes up 25% of all body proteins and is the most important component of the internal support system. Collagen forms the basic fibers of the connective tissue of joints, cartilage, bones, teeth, tendons, skin, veins. It is very important in their formation and enables the elasticity of the skin and blood vessels. Collagen peptides affect cartilage and bone cells by stimulating an increase in the production of new joint collagen and preventing the breakdown of already existing cartilage structure. This improves joint mobility. Collagen loses its quality over time, just like the body, and if its regeneration is not supported by the action of collagen peptides, collagen begins to lose its physiological properties, which causes various diseases of the locomotor system. The most common disease is osteoarthritis (cartilage damage) and osteoporosis (fragility and fragility of bones due to reduced bone density). Taking collagen for joint pain, ie. in osteoarthritis it is very important, because it accelerates the recovery of joint tissue. In people with osteoporosis, the introduction of collagen improves the bone architecture, which leads to an increase in the elasticity and strength of the bones.

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), which results in more collagen in the tissue in a shorter time. Together with collagen, it affects better mobility and thus cartilage nutrition.

Chondroitin sulfate

Chondroitin sulfate is a sulfate of glucosaminoglycan composed of alternating sugars. It is usually found in proteins as a component of proteoglycans. Chondroitin sulfate is an important structural component of cartilage and helps a lot with pressure resistance.

Hyaluronic acid

The importance of hyaluronic acid is that it participates with other components in the construction of cartilage. In chronic, inflammatory processes (osteoarthritis), hyaluronic acid breaks down and cartilage is damaged, which reduces the elasticity and mobility of the joints. Hyaluronic acid is found in the connective tissues, in the intercellular matrix, in the synovial fluid (fluid around the joints that envelops and lubricates them). Hyaluronic acid plays an essential role in maintaining normal joint function. As we have already said, it is found in cartilage and synovial fluid. It maintains viscoelastic properties in the synovium. During inflammatory processes, increased breakdown of hyaluronic acid occurs due to the creation of degradative enzymes or reactive oxidants.

Why is hyaluronic acid important?

The importance of hyaluronic acid in cartilage is its role in maintaining the structure by forming aggregates with proteoglycans that are necessary for joint function. Up to 10% of cartilaginous glycosaminoglycans are hyaluronic acid. An important fact is that hyaluronic acid can bind large amounts of water (1000 times its weight). In osteoarthritis, the molecular weight and concentration of hyaluronic acid decreases, which reduces the viscoelastic properties of the joint fluid. In each synovial joint, the synovial membrane of its sheath secretes synovial fluid and continuously produces hyaluronic acid, which is chemically a polysaccharide of high molecular weight and an integral part of synovial fluid, articular cartilage and connective tissue of the human body. Hyaluronic acid in the synovial fluid builds a continuous network and gives it viscous properties and a high capacity of binding water to the molecule, which allows it to lubricate the joint surface during movement and cushion it. By coating the pain receptors in the synovial membrane, it reduces the painful reaction of the joint. Synovial fluid provides nutrition for the articular cartilage and relieves pressure forces in the cartilage caused by body weight and joint movement. The production of hyaluronic acid in the synovial fluid decreases during life, so most people with an average age of 50 have less hyaluronic acid in their joints by 50%. In addition, aging also changes the properties of hyaluronic acid in the sense of reducing the molecular size and its viscoelastic properties, which is why the synovial fluid in arthritic joints loses its elasticity and viscosity. As osteoarthritis in all stages is characterized by a progressive decrease in the concentration of hyaluronic acid in the synovium that covers the joint, it is clear why the accompanying symptoms of the disease appear.