NEW! Polynucleotides

Now available in Henley in Arden, Solihull, Birmingham and St Albans

Polynucleotides’ antioxidant properties reduces inflammation and restores youthful volume and hydration.

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Polynucleotides Are The Next Generation Anti-Ageing Cellular Treatment

As we age, collagen production declines, which is why the skin sags and becomes more wrinkled. When we inject Polynucleotides into the skin, they reach the cells called fibroblasts. These cells are responsible for the formation of connective tissue through their ability to produce collagen, which helps improve skin quality and maintain the skin’s firm structure.

We recommend NEWEST ™ the first product in the UK with a unique formula containing Polynucleotides-HPT™ and hyaluronic acid, which work together to improve skin hydration and skin elasticity to effectively restore a youthful glow..

Clinical trials have shown and increase of 67% in Moisturising level and 68% increase in Elasticity

Source: DermaFocus. Diagnostic method: Multi Skin Test Centre MC 1000 Elasticity and hydration analysis

 

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Before & After Polynucleotides Treatment.

Polynucleotides Before and After
Polynucleotides Before and After
Polynucleotides Before and After

Polynucleotides are an extremely effective treatment to:

Targets free radicals & oxidative stress

Deeply moisturises skin

Accelerates
wound
healing

Repairs severely damaged skin

Reduces pigmentation & scars

What are Polynucleotides?

 

Polynucleotides are shortened fractions of DNA that can be naturally found within the body.

These molecules are critical in storing and transmitting genetic information and play a key role in various biological processes, including cellular repair and regeneration. In the context of beauty & aesthetics, they’re utilised for skin boosters & rejuvenation treatments due to their regenerative properties.

These chains have the ability to induce regenerative changes at the cellular level. When the treatment is undertaken, it results in in-depth skin rejuvenation.

Suitable to…

    • Reduce eyebags

    • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles

    • Reduce skin laxity

    • Restore youthful skin tone

    • Hydrate skin

    • Dehydrated skin
    • Skin laxity
    • Improve skin quality
    • Heal sun damaged skin
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Polynucleotides Frequently Asked Questions

How often should polynucleotide treatments be done?

You will need three treatments, spaced 3 to 4 weeks apart. You may then choose to have single treatments in 6 to 9 months’ time to maintain results.

What are the different types of polynucleotides?

There are two types of polynucleotides (also known as nucleic acid) that are found in nature. They are ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). DNA is the genetic material in all living cells. Both DNA and RNA differ in their composition, structure, and function

How long does it take for polynucleotides to work?

Typically, you will not notice any benefits for a few weeks. This is because the action of polynucleotides is at the cellular level, and this takes time. Although you may notice some improvement after 2-3 weeks, the full effect is only visible at 3 months.

How long does polynucleotide treatment last?

We advise a top up treatment every 6-9 months to sustain your result. While some initial results may be visible soon after the treatment, the full benefits of Polynucleotide tend to be seen after two treatments as collagen production is stimulated and the skin rejuvenates.

What’s the difference between Profhilo and Polynucleotides?

Polynucleotides are similar to Profhilo but not the same. Profhilo is a hyaluronic acid injectable skin booster used mainly to deeply hydrate the skin and give patients glowing skin. Profhilo tends to be used on younger skin types as it’s pure HA and isn’t as effective in reducing the common signs of ageing. However, polynucleotides make your fibroblasts produce collagen and therefore help to remodel the skin and improve many of the common signs of ageing.

Are there any side effects of polynucleotide injections?

Side effects are minimal, depending on the injection technique used. As with any injection, patients can expect some slight redness and swelling following treatment, which settles after 1–2 days. No serious adverse events have been reported