Polynucleotide skin boosters – the new kid on the block?

Polynucleotide skin boosters – the new kid on the block?

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Polynucleotides – a new era in Aesthetic Medicine

 

I love my skin boosters, they make the skin look miles better, less crepey, plumper and fresher, and maybe a bit tighter – without changing our facial proportions or expressions.  But polynucleotides are different.

 

How are polynucleotides different?

 

They are biostimulators, which means they kick-start regeneration in the skin.  It’s true that hyaluronic acid skin boosters do this, but they do this by providing hydration.  Polynucleotides are more like food or medicine for the cells, to make them produce collagen and elastin in a more meaningful way, and they also improve the extra cellular matrix (the layer of the skin in which the fibroblasts live) and they’re anti-inflammatory, too. Studies show increased collagen (47% in 23 days) and a thicker, healthier epidermis (52% in 23 days).

 

Behind them is 41yrs of scientific research and development, 36yrs medical application, 1.8millions uses and no adverse or allergic reactions.

 

What exactly are polynucleotides?

 

They are filtered, ultra purified and sterilised natural DNA fractions, this injectable serum offers some serious benefits and incredible, visible results.

 

What are polynucleotides used for?

 

Thanks to their antioxidant properties, inflammation is reduced and youthful volume and hydration is restored. The list of applications seems endless, but key uses include;

 

  • Holistic skin revitalisation to combat general signs of ageing
  • Preparation and recovery pre/post procedures and surgeries (medical & aesthetic)
  • Acne
  • Atrophic scarring
  • Rosacea
  • Elastosis
  • Alopecia/hair loss
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Stretch marks
  • Deep lines & wrinkles
  • Rehydration for dull skin at any age

Treatment procedure

 

This is an injectable product, numbing cream is used and there is only slight discomfort.  Three or four sessions of treatment are required, two or three weeks apart.

 
Contraindications

 

People with: circulatory disorders, ongoing dermatitis, epilepsy, diabetes, active herpes, autoimmune disease. Also not appropriate for pregnancy or breastfeeding.  Allergy to fish as they are made from fragments of fish DNA extracted from salmon or trout sperm which closely resemble human DNA.

 

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