What are Polynucleotides?

How are Polynucleotides used in the skin?

Polynucleotides are not fillers or skinboosters. They are not made of hyaluronic acid like most other injectables are. They are a unique stimulating and hydrating treatment that is completely absorbed within a few hours. Rather than plumping out the skin like filler, this unique product gives the skin its instructions then disappears a few hours later, letting the skin get on with it at its own pace!

Polynucleotides have a regenerating property. They promote collagen and fibroblast stimulation while counteracting free radicals and oxidative stress. This gives the skin a healthier appearance.

Treatment schedule

Because Polynucleotides are not fillers or skin boosters deposited into the skin, they are suitable for almost everyone and are especially useful for around the delicate eye area. They take time to work, with results first being noticed a few weeks after the second treatment. After the 2-3 initial treatments 4 weeks apart, maintenance is every 6 months.

Uses for Polynucleotides and the science to back it up

This unique treatment can be used to regenerate scar tissue, improve general skin condition, intensely hydrate dry skin, revitalise the delicate eye area and even to help stimulate hair follicles to strengthen weak and brittle hair. The clinic has specialist hair resotration programmes.

You can read more about Croma Phil Art polynucleotides here: https://at.croma.at/assets/230117-PhilArt-Business-EN-V1701.pdf

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