Polynucleotide treatment

Polynucleotides are new concept of regenerative medicine, helping boost collagen production, leading to skin rejuvenation, wrinkle reduction, improved skin elasticity and hydration. Also helps heal sun damaged skin and gives a more nourished, healthy complexion. 

How do Polynucleotides injections work?

Polynucleotides attract water molecules, which work to improve skin hydration. They also utilise an anti-free radical action, acting as a scavenger of OH hydroxyl radicals which tend to accumulate as a result of stress, cell damage or external agents such as UV rays.


Once filtered and ultra purified, the DNA fractions initiate your bodies natural fibroblast production, resulting in increased collagen and a thicker, healthier epidermis.

Polynucleotide treatment before and after pictures Skin Clinic
Results 5 weeks after first Polynucleotide treatment - Picture from DermaFocus

What areas can be treated with Polynucleotides ?

The  face, neck, décolleté, or the eye area specifically.


We can also target other areas of the body which are affected by ageing such as abdomen, arms and knees.


The recommended protocol is three sessions, four weeks apart, followed by a further treatment around every six months for optimum results.

How long does the procedure take?

The treatment takes approximately 30 minutes, but may vary depending on how many areas are treated. 


Does it hurt?

The pain in most patients is minimal.  Anaestic numbing cream in the treated areas maybe applied. 


How long to results last?

Results will last 6-12 months.


How much do Polynucleotide treatment cost?

2ml of polynucleotides costs £199 - this could be utilised to treatment 1ml around each eye.