polynucleotide treatment

What are Plinest polynucleotides? 

Plinest Polynucleotides are chains of nucleotides, which are essentially the building blocks that make up DNA.

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DNA controls many important bodily functions, including how the skin develops. When polynucleotide chains are introduced to the skin (through multiple small injections), they help damaged DNA cells in the skin to repair and as a result, the cells function better.

For instance, PLINEST polynucleotides stimulate fibroblast cells, which help form connective tissues like collagen and elastin – the essential proteins that provide the skin with shape, volume, and a youthful appearance. 

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The polynucleotide chains can also:

  • Improve the extracellular matrix of skin cells, boosting hydration
  • Stabilise pigmentation
  • Reduce inflammation.

Plinest Polynucleotide treatments can also have an anti-free radical action, helping to counteract and protect the skin from factors like stress and the sun.  

In this sense, polynucleotides are a type of ‘regenerative’ treatment, meaning they change how DNA is expressed, encouraging the body’s natural mechanisms to generate healthier skin cells. 

Who can benefit from Plinest polynucleotide treatments?

By encouraging cell growth and turnover, improving elasticity, hydrating the skin, and offering anti-inflammatory properties, polynucleotides can help treat a range of concerns, such as: 

  • Wrinkles, lines and sunken skin as a result of lost collagen and elastin in the ageing process
  • Dry, dehydrated skin
  • Dark circles
  • Rosacea 
  • Acne scarring
  • Hyperpigmentation.

Where can you use Plinest polynucleotides? 

This innovative new treatment offers a host of possibilities as it can be used on many areas of the body. Many people use polynucleotides to treat the upper, mid, and lower face, including areas such as under the eyes and the cheekbones. Polynucleotides can also be in areas such as: 

  • Around the eye to give a lid lift
  • Neck
  • Thighs
  • Hair
  • Eyebrows
  • Beard
  • Lips 
  • Décolletage (upper chest area) 
  • Inner arms.

How do Plinest polynucleotides differ from other treatments? 

You might be thinking, what’s the difference between polynucleotides and more well established injectable treatments such as dermal fillers or Profhilo? Well, most injectables like dermal fillers work by boosting volume to certain areas of the skin, providing instant results in targeted areas.

Alternatively, polynucleotides work at a deeper level to repair the DNA of the skin cells and encourage the natural production of elastin and collagen. This means that the results of polynucleotide can take longer to show than other treatments, but may also last longer too. 

Polynucleotides and other treatments such as dermal fillers and Profhilo offer different benefits to the skin, with some treatments more suitable to certain cosmetic goals. You may also be able to combine a range of treatments to find the best results for you. At Health & Aesthetics, we can help you explore which treatments might be most suitable for your unique needs. 

What are the benefits? 

As well as being able to improve a wide range of skin concerns, plinest polynucleotides boast many benefits compared to traditional or surgical cosmetic interventions: 

Very minimal side effects: some people may experience mild bruising, small bumps, or swelling at the injection site, but this is temporary and can be easily disguised with makeup. Most people can return to daily life straight away.

Quick and convenient: each polynucleotide treatment takes around 30 minutes, meaning it can be easily fitted into everyday life.

Long-lasting results: the results of polynucleotides continue improving over time as the skin cells begin to regenerate, allowing you to experience long-lasting rejuvenation.

How long do Plinest polynucleotides last? 

Most people experience the best results within three months of completing the course of treatments. After this, results usually last for around six months, and then most people go on to have a single maintenance treatment every 3-4 months. 

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