Hyaluronic acid


Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the skin and the connective tissue (joints, cartilage). It is a moisturising material with a special ability to attract and bind a volume of water 1,000 times its weight.

Due to external environmental impacts and ageing, hyaluronic acid reserves are drastically reduced, thus causing unintended consequences such as wrinkles and cartilage wear.

It provides the water content of our joints and skin. As an interstitial fluid, it provides protection and regeneration of cartilage surfaces, essential to prevent cartilage degradation. It promotes the synthesis of cartilage tissue, enhances interstitial (synovial) fluid, thereby supporting the integrity and mobility of joints.

In the layers of skin tissue, hyaluronic acid replenishes its reduced liquid content, ensures its fullness, softness, strengthens collagen and protects against wrinkles.


Hyaluronic acid protects the structure of the joints.

According to research, hyaluronic acid is very useful in adjunctive treatment of arthritis by interfering with the mechanism responsible for causing pain, reducing the production of enzymes (e.g. metalloproteinase) responsible for damage to cartilage tissue.

Based on these properties, it has a beneficial effect against arthritis.

Hyaluronic acid is responsible for the water content and health of hair, eyes, lips and gums.


Hyaluronic acid exhibits significant synergy with humic acid, thus having a more beneficial effect in preserving the health of the joints.