Polynucleotides are a ground breaking advancement in aesthetics. The trend for regenerative medicine in aesthetics is gaining pace with polynucleotides leading the way. There has been a significant shift in how we approach skin, with a move to regenerative medicine, whereby we regenerate the skin rather than functional. Skin health is far more important to us than it ever was.


Polynucleotides are gaining popularity in aesthetics for several reasons:


  1. Skin Regeneration and Repair. Polynucleotides have shown potential in promoting skin regeneration and repair. They can enhance cell proliferation and tissue regeneration, which is beneficial for treating skin damage and aging.
  2. Anti-inflammatory Properties. Polynucleotides possess anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation and promote healing. This makes them useful in aesthetic treatments aimed at improving skin conditions and reducing redness and irritation.
  3. Moisturization and Hydration. Polynucleotides can attract and retain moisture, leading to improved skin hydration. Well-hydrated skin looks plumper and healthier, which is a desirable outcome in aesthetic treatments.
  4. Stimulation of Collagen Production. Polynucleotides can stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that provides structural support to the skin. Increased collagen production helps in reducing wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging, making the skin look firmer and more youthful.
  5. Wound Healing.  Due to their regenerative properties, polynucleotides can accelerate wound healing. This is beneficial in aesthetic procedures that involve minor skin injuries or after treatments like laser therapy, microneedling, or chemical peels.
  6. **Biocompatibility**: Polynucleotides are biocompatible, meaning they are well-tolerated by the body and have a low risk of causing adverse reactions. This makes them safe for use in various aesthetic applications.

Their ability to enhance skin regeneration, provide anti-inflammatory benefits, improve hydration, stimulate collagen production, and promote wound healing make polynucleotides a valuable component in aesthetic treatments aimed at rejuvenating and improving skin appearance.

Polynucleotides can be injected anywhere into the face including the under eye area, neck and chest.

Treatment Time:  40 minutes

Discomfort Level: mild/moderate  (anaesthetic cream applied)

Treatment frequency: course of 3 treatments, 4 weeks apart. Treatments thereafter depend on patients age/skin type.

Potential Side Effects: mild bruising, swelling, redness.

Recovery Time: 1-2 days

Contraindications: pregnancy, lactation, autoimmune disorders, bleeding disorders.

Prices: £300 per treatment.