Polynucleotide is an injectable solution that is viscoelastic, sterile, non-pyrogenic, and absorbable. It is based on polymerized polynucleotides that have been purified, ensuring that they are free from other components, such as proteins, which may cause an immune response. Polynucleotide is an innovative and efficient method for restoring skin firmness and elasticity, as well as safeguarding healthy skin from free radicals and cellular damage.
Dependent on area approx. 15 to 30 minutes.
More youthful, plump and smooth appearance.
Men and women. Improving dark circles, skin dehydration, wrinkles and skin tightening.
Very little, mild swelling or bruising for around a week.
How does Polynucleotide work?
Injecting Polynucleotide induces a histological transformation in tissue structures such as fibroblasts, osteoblasts, and adipocytes, resulting in bio-structuring across all tissue layers including bone, muscle, and adipose tissue. It reduces the appearance of pigmentation, and scars and deeply moisturises dehydrated skin. Lastly, it boosts, collagen production to improve skin firmness and elasticity. As a result, positive effects can be observed rapidly, with visible skin lift noticeable in just a few minutes.
What can Polynucleotide be used for?
Polynucleotide eyes (Dark circles, undereye bags, dehydration or wrinkles around the eyes)
Polynucleotide rejuvenation - (Face, overall rejuvenation or skin tightening and contouring)
Polynucleotide face - (Jawline and cheeks)
Process and aftercare for Polynucleotide:
The process of administering Polynucleotide involves injecting the solution intradermally using a fine needle. The treatment is typically well-tolerated, and most patients experience minimal discomfort during the injection process. After the treatment, patients may experience some redness, swelling, and mild bruising at the injection site. However, these symptoms typically subside within a few days, and patients can resume their daily activities immediately after the treatment. It is recommended to avoid exposure to sunlight and extreme temperatures for a few days after treatment and to use a high SPF sunscreen to protect the treated area. Additionally, patients should avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area for at least 24 hours after the injection to avoid disrupting the placement of the solution. Overall, Polynucleotide is a safe and effective treatment for restoring skin firmness and elasticity, with minimal downtime and a straightforward aftercare routine.
Is Polynucleotide safe?
Polynucleotide is generally considered a safe treatment for restoring skin firmness and elasticity. It is a viscoelastic, sterile, non-pyrogenic, and absorbable intradermal injectable solution that is based on polymerized polynucleotides, which have been purified to eliminate the presence of other components, such as proteins, that may trigger an immune response. While some patients may experience mild redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site, these symptoms are typically temporary and subside within a few days. However, as with any medical treatment, there is always a risk of adverse reactions or complications. It is important to discuss any potential risks or concerns with a qualified medical professional before undergoing treatment with Polynucleotide.
Why you should choose Polynucleotide:
Restores skin firmness and elasticity
Stands out from other collagen stimulators or biostimulator injections because it contains polynucleotides
Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
Targets free radicals
Promotes tissue regeneration
Produces a visible lift in minutes
Fast-acting powers to tighten skin
Prolongs the activity of hyaluronic acid by around 40%
Suitable for anyone
Can be combined with treatments to maximise effects
Improves oxygen and blood vessel supply
Superior hydration retention abilitiest
Targets under-eye puffiness and dark circles