At Hereford’s Premier Aesthetic Clinic
What if I told you that there is a treatment that not only gives you dewy, plump, smooth, hydrated skin but also provides your skin with the perfect conditions for it to rebuild itself, from the inside out? Let us introduce the next generation of injectable magic: POLYNUCLEOTIDES.
An injectable, skin-boosting, regenerative treatment, the benefits they offer are revolutionary, including:
✨ Skin Regeneration
✨ Wrinkle Reduction
✨ Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
✨ Scar Healing
If you are looking for a safe, effective, and long-lasting way to improve the appearance of skin, polynucleotides may be the right treatment for you. Please call us on 01432 870717 to book in for a complimentary consultation.
Polynucleotides at Sapphire Medical Aesthetics.
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Polynucleotides at Sapphire Medical Aesthetics in Herefordshire
Polynucleotides are like injectable moisture treatments with extra powers, delivering more in the way of collagen- and elastin-boosting, and improved hydration.
We answer many FAQ’s below but please call us on 01432 870717 if we can help further.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Polynucleotides?
Polynucleotides are essentially an injectable treatment which feed the skin to stimulate natural tissue regeneration and promote overall skin rejuvenation. These injectable moisture treatments have extra powers, delivering more in the way of collagen and elastin boosting, improving tissue regeneration and restoring skin tone, and elasticity and hydration. Resulting in skin that not only looks, but also feels healthier. The benefits they offer are revolutionary.
What are Polynucelotides made from?
They’re biopolymers – stretchy molecules made from fragments of fish DNA extracted from salmon or trout sperm which closely resemble human DNA.
How do polynucleotides work in the skin?
What areas can this be used on?
How is it injected and how does it hurt?
Your medical professional will put lots of little injections just under the surface of the skin across the desired treatment area with a fine needle. There is no anaesthetic in the product so you may find it slightly stingy but we can apply numbing cream prior to treatment if desired.
What should I expect after my treatment?
How many treatments do I need?
Three or four sessions of treatment, two or three weeks apart.
How long does it last?
Typically, the effects of these treatments last 6 to 12 months. Regular treatments can provide more noticeable and long-lasting results.
Is there any downtime?
As the skin is being injected in lots of places on the treated area, small bumps/injection marks may appear and can last for a few days following treatment. As with any injectable treatment, there is a risk of redness, swelling and bruising.
How much does it cost?
Price on consultation.