There’s a brand-new treatment that’s whipping up a frenzy in the aesthetics world.

This is Medical Aesthetics using Regenerative Medicine … it has the power. POLYNUCLEOTIDES also known as PDRNs.

Where do they come from?

Are of natural origin derived from freshwater fish generally trout or salmon gonads intended for human consumption.  The fish are rigorously controlled throughout the life cycle, strict veterinary controls, water control, food control, heavy metals, and contamination controls.

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How long have they been around?

Since 1986 use in official medicine

Are they Safe?

The European based production facility provides total control of the manufacturing chain ensuring the safety of its products through the unique high purification technology. In addition to this, over 70 years of research and 100+ published studies presented at national and international congresses support the safety and efficacy of polynucleotides. There have been approximately 34 Randomised comparative trials.

They Eliminate the risk of a vascular occlusion as they are not manufactured like a dermal filler & therefore eliminate the risk of you being overfilled. They just reduce over time naturally if you do not maintain.

How do they work?

Polynucleotides are the latest revolutionary tools in regenerative medicine that work on a cellular level to repair tissue and boost skin quality.

In the form of polymerised polynucleotide-based injectable gels, polynucleotides work by stimulating fibroblasts which encourages cell turnover, improves elasticity, boosts collagen production and hydrates skin thanks to powerful wound-healing polymers.

Polynucleotides also calm inflammation and rebalance melanocyte activity to create an even and refreshed skin tone.

Polynucleotides are shortened DNA fractions that occur naturally in the body. Whilst you may not 100% understand the science behind polynucleotides, one thing’s for sure – they’re about to become a massive deal in aesthetics. That’s because these polynucleotide chains make regenerative changes on a cellular level, meaning they can rejuvenate, rejuvenate, rejuvenate, essentially the gift that just keeps giving.

Benefits of PDRNs

  • Increase cell turnover
  • Improve skin elasticity
  • Reduce signs of hyperpigmentation
  • Minimise pore size
  • Boost hyaluronic acid production
  • Reduce hollowing
  • Lessen fine lines
  • Give a brighter complexion

How many sessions do I need?

Initially you need a loading dose of at least 3-4 sessions 3 weeks apart (4 weeks maximum)

A maintenance session should be given every 6 – 9 months

How soon will I see results?

Results vary but are often seen within 30-60 days after the final treatment.

 Which areas can be treated?

Face, forehead, under eye area, eyelids   decolletage, hands, scars, acne scarring

superficial wrinkles, Hair & eyebrows

Can anyone have PDRNS ?   

There are certain conditions that are Contraindicated.

  • Circulatory disorders
  • Ongoing dermatitis
  • Epilepsy
  • Diabetes
  • Ongoing Herpes infection
  • Ongoing auto immune disorders or immunotherapy
  • Serious allergies
  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

Is this good for the eye area?

The under eye is often a tricky one to treat, and sometimes patients are suitable to be treated in the under-eye area with dermal filler known as Tear Trough. However, polynucleotides are the new kid on the block, that can be used instead of, or as part of a combination approach.

Patients frequently request aesthetic treatments for the periorbital area to look more refreshed and less tired as well as treat wrinkles, crow’s feet and even eyebrow ptosis, drooping of the upper eyelids.

In studies tightening of the periocular skin visibly improves, including the most severely sagging areas. In one study Over 90% of the patients experienced clinical improvement in the reduction of fine, superficial wrinkles as well as an improved skin appearance. The results were also confirmed by objective evaluations by 3D skin analysis.

What is the Aftercare?

  • Mild redness, swelling & tenderness can be normal post treatment.
  • Bruising may occur.
  • Normal activities can resume immediately.
  • Any other treatments 4 weeks after

In summary

Polynucleotides are an exciting new tool to add to our treatment portfolio. They offer something different from the usual options; really focusing on regenerating skin from the source. They can also be used in combination with other treatments such as toxin, filler, micro needling and radiofrequency. Regenerative medicine is the future of medical aesthetics and, the power of polynucleotides cannot be underestimated.

What will the cost of this treatment be?

This are being launched in clinic Monday 22nd May, with a focus on the under-eye area as an introductory proposal if you sign up to a course of 3 treatments, these will be spaced at 3 weeks apart, the cost of this will be £560. This introductory offer will be for the next 4 weeks. After this the price will increase, to reflect this next generation treatment in medical aesthetics.

For more information on the polynucleotides contact Nicky at NR Aesthetics & Skin Clinic based in Bromsgrove Worcestershire.