Polynucleotide Treatment: A Revolutionary Approach to Aesthetic Medicine
We’re excited to introduce a new treatment offering at Exthetics – Polynucleotide Treatment. This groundbreaking solution aims to rejuvenate your skin, reduce scars, and provide a more youthful appearance. Read on to discover what polynucleotides are, how they work, and why this revolutionary treatment might be the right choice for you.
What Are Polynucleotides?
Polynucleotides are essential components of DNA and RNA in our cells. These biological macromolecules are responsible for cellular repair, regeneration, and rejuvenation. In the realm of aesthetic medicine, polynucleotides offer a natural and effective treatment for various skin concerns.
How Does Polynucleotide Treatment Work?
Polynucleotide treatment involves injecting a polynucleotide-rich solution into targeted skin areas. These molecules stimulate cellular renewal and collagen production, enhancing skin elasticity and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Why Choose Polynucleotide Treatment?
· Natural and Effective – The treatment uses naturally occurring molecules, making it bio-compatible and safe.
· Long-lasting Results – The effects can last for several months, offering a cost-effective solution for long-term skincare.
· Scientifically Proven – Numerous clinical studies validate the efficacy and safety of this treatment, so you can opt for a scientifically-backed approach.
How Does Polynucleotide Treatment Compare to other treatments?
Choosing the right aesthetic treatment and skincare routine can be a challenge, especially when faced with a variety of options. Polynucleotide treatment differs significantly in its approach compared to other popular treatments like Botox and fillers. While Botox works by blocking nerve signals to relax facial muscles, reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fillers aim to add volume to depleted areas, polynucleotide treatment focuses on cellular regeneration. It stimulates your own skin cells to produce more collagen and elastin, creating a natural and youthful appearance from the inside out. This regenerative mechanism offers a unique, long-term approach to skin rejuvenation, setting it apart as a treatment option
Safety Information and Common Side Effects
Some common side effects include minor swelling and redness, which typically subside within a few days.
Please note, this treatment may not be suitable for vegetarians and vegans as the DNA is sourced from trout. It is also unsuitable for those with fish allergies.
Consultation: An in-depth consultation to assess your skin’s needs.
Preparation: The targeted area will be cleaned, and numbing cream can be applied for your comfort.
Procedure: Polynucleotides are injected into targeted areas.
Duration and Downtime
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
Downtime: Minimal; you can typically return to regular activities immediately. As with any injectable treatment there is always a risk of bruising. You may also experience some swelling but this is usually minimal.
· Initial Visibility: Results are visible around three weeks post-treatment.
· Ongoing Improvement: The effects continue to improve, offering progressive enhancements to your skin’s texture and appearance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the treatment painful?
Numbing cream can be applied to minimise discomfort.
How soon will I see results?
Initial results are visible three weeks after treatment and continue to improve.
Ready to Take the Next Step?
Contact us today to schedule your consultation and discover if polynucleotide treatment is right for you.
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Payment plans available for treatments over £500