Rejuvenate and restructure your skin from within

Polynucleotides are an anti-ageing treatment, developed to treat a variety of skin concerns on the face and body including wrinkles, loss of skin firmness, and skin tone and elasticity.

What are polynucleotides?

Polynucleotides are an injectable, flexible, colourless and absorbable gel, based on polymerised polynucleotides (PDRN) of natural origin. Polynucleotide skin boosters enable natural restoration of skin elasticity and hydration for a firmer and smoother skin texture, which can enhance other aesthetic treatments.

What are the modes of action?

  • Promotion of skin hydration
  • Promotion of free radical scavenging
  • Increased viability of fibroblasts
  • Increased collagen synthesis

How does it work?

Polynucleotides hydrate the skin whilst restoring tissue elasticity. The gel strongly attracts water molecules, resulting in intensive moisturisation of the tissue along with an optimal environment for the contained polymerised polynucleotides to promote fibroblast cells growth and collagen production whilst providing antioxidative effects.

What Conditions can be treated?

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Loss of skin firmness
  • Loss of tone and elasticity
  • Scars

Who can benefit from polynucleotide skin boosters?

Polynucleotides can be a potential treatment for individuals with various skin concerns such as aged and sun-damaged skin. Polynucleotides can be a stand-alone or supplementary therapy to improve the quality and lustre of the skin in younger patients as an anti-aging (or preventative) treatment. The treatment is suitable for all skin types regardless of age.

Which area can be treated?

  • Face (eye contour, eyebrow arches, cheeks, cheekbones and superficial lines surrounding the mouth)
  • Neck rings
  • Cleavage
  • Back of hands

How soon results can be noticed?

Immediate skin hydration of the treated area can be noticed, but maximal results will be achieved 2-3 weeks after the final injection.

How many treatments are required?

The course of treatment consists of 3-4 treatment sessions at 2-3 weeks intervals.

How much does the treatment cost?

£225 per 2ml syringe.