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Face Treatments


DNA and RNA are types of polynucleotides. In cosmetic medicine, purified DNA fragments from wild salmon or trout sperm are used for skin remodeling. These fragments closely resemble human DNA.

The polynucleotides are purified, sterilized, and meet CE safety standards, with all proteins removed to prevent allergies. This science-backed treatment is proven safe and effective, with numerous studies supporting its use in medicine and aesthetics. There are no known risks associated with these injections, though your clinician will explain any temporary side effects you might experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can polynucleotides treat?

  • ● Dull skin

  • ●  Course skin

  • ●  Wrinkles

  • ●  Uneven Pigmentation

  • ●  Redness

  • ●  Dark circles

  • ●  Acne scarring

  • ●  Stretch marks

  • ●  Surgical scarring

  • ●  Hair loss

  • ●  Not just for the face; hands, neck, chest, arms, knees. Any skin, anywhere on the


How do they work?

  1. Polynucleotides stimulate a receptor on cells which positively influences the following

    • ●  Cell proliferation

    • ●  The repair and regenerative actions of fibroblast cells

    • ●  The production of collagen and elastin

    • ●  The production of hyaluronic acid

    • ●  The production of healthy new micro-blood vessels

    • ●  The function of melanocytes which produce pigment.

    • ●  They reduce inflammation

    • ●  Regulate water balance

    • ●  Regulate the formation of fat cells

    • ●  Regenerate hair follicles

      The use of polynucleotides in regenerative medicine is well established in tissue repair, following traumatic injury or surgery.

What does treatment involve?

The polynucleotides are distilled into various strengths and suspended in water for injection. They are injected into the superficial layer of the skin using a fine needle or cannula to administer multiple micro-doses into the target area. A course of three or four treatments, spaced 3 weeks apart, is recommended for optimum results.

What results can I expect?

The results are not instant; improvement can be noted from about three weeks and continues over a twelve-week period. Patients report a general improvement in skin radiance, smoothness, and hydration. Pores, uneven coloration, and texture can be improved, along with fine lines and wrinkles. Scarring can also be improved, with reduced depth, size, and better color.

For hair loss, new hair growth can be observed, and existing hair will appear healthier. Results will vary between individuals, depending on their biological response and lifestyle factors. 

How long do results last?

Longevity varies between individuals. Polynucleotides do not stop the aging process, so a maintenance treatment is recommended every six months. Lifestyle factors can affect longevity. If you choose not to maintain the results with further treatment, your skin will gradually return to its pre-treatment state.

Am I suitable for treatment?

The clinician will take a detailed medical history to ensure you have no conditions that might increase the risk of unwanted side effects. A consultation is also important to discuss your expectations and determine if this treatment can meet them.

Does it hurt?

The treatment can be uncomfortable. A topical anesthetic cream will be applied beforehand to numb the skin.

How to prepare for treatment?

Please read all the information provided to you and highlight any questions you may have. Check the clinic's terms and conditions before attending.

Make-up: All make-up will need to be removed before treatment, so please come ‘fresh-faced’ if possible.

Check medicines and supplements: Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and various dietary supplements, including St. John’s Wort, fish oils, Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamins C and E, may contribute to bruising and should be avoided 24 hours before treatment.

Alcohol: Avoid drinking alcohol the night before, as it will increase your risk of bruising.


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