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The world's new favourite aesthetic treatment, it's all we hear about...and we love it!

Derived from Salmon DNA, Polynucleotides are designed to stimulate fibroblasts, promoting tissue repair, enhancing cell turnover, increasing elasticity, and stimulating collagen production.The DNA serum used in salmon DNA application is a composition called the elixir of youth.

This composition is popularly preferred because it has effects beyond an anti-aging application.


What Are Polynucleotides?

Polynucleotides are the hottest topic of the aesthetic industry at the moment with a rapid surge in popularity,.

In the world of aesthetics, polynucleotides are known as the future of regenerative injectables – hailed for their ability to rejuvenate and regenerate the skin, similarly to skin boosters like Seventy Hyal 2000. However, unlike skin boosters, injectable polynucleotides are renowned for their wound-healing and bio-stimulating properties. Polynucleotide injectables are separated and well-recognised for their complex structures and ability to rejuvenate the skin with a natural result.

Taking a scientific approach to ‘what are polynucleotides’, these injectables employ filtered, ultra-purified, and sterilised DNA fractions with the aim of rejuvenating the skin. Predominantly derived from salmon DNA*, polynucleotides are designed to stimulate fibroblasts, promoting tissue repair, enhancing cell turnover, increasing elasticity, and stimulating collagen production. Additionally, they possess the ability to soothe inflammation and restore the balance of melanocyte activity (skin pigmentation), resulting in a more even and refreshed skin tone without adding volume like traditional dermal fillers.

These revolutionary injectables essentially provide DNA molecules that encourage the skin to repair itself and promote various skin-boosting benefits, both immediate and long-term. This exciting advancement in regenerative medicine focuses on restoring normal cellular function by repairing the skin on a more intense level.

Excellent at boosting fibroblast production and inducing deep tissue repair processes, polynucleotides enhance the skin’s quality whilst also aiding with other concerns. Some other key usages of polynucleotides include:

-Acne scarring

-Skin conditions such as rosacea, melasma and hyperpigmentation

-Atrophic scarring

-Deep lines and sunken wrinkles

-Skin rehydration and rejuvenation


-Facial ageing such as sagging and the formation of fine lines


Polynucleotides differ from hyaluronic-based skin boosters and dermal fillers. Rather than giving the skin a surge in collagen and elastin, or 'plumping' the skin with carefully placed temporary products, polynucleotides are catalysts in the regeneration of fibroblasts – the main cells within the skin's structure, giving phenomenal results.

Polynucleotides £180

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