Polynucleotide Treatment

Polynucleotide Treatment Injections in Leicester
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Polynucleotide treatments deliver rejuvenating agents into the skin quickly and effectively, promoting collagen production and improving skin texture and elasticity.


Treatment Time – 30 Minutes
Downtime – 1-2 days
Results last –  2 months
Price – Starting from £350

Treatment & Procedure

What are Polynucleotide Treatment Injections?

Polynucleotide skin booster treatments at Amedics Clinic work at a cellular level to promote collagen production, enhancing skin elasticity and reducing signs of ageing. These treatments are tailored to remodel the skin, improving its overall texture and hydration. They are perfect for rejuvenating and maintaining youthful skin health. We offer various types that improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles, and enhance overall skin elasticity and hydration.

What Type of Polynucleotide Treatments Are Offered? 

Dr Ameera Laher and her team at Amedics Clinic offer personalised polynucleotide treatments designed to rejuvenate and revitalise your skin. Typically, optimal results are achieved with 2-3 sessions spaced every 4-6 weeks, followed by annual maintenance to sustain the benefits. For mature or ageing skin, more regular sessions may be necessary to achieve the best outcomes. A consultation is required to tailor the treatment to your specific skin type, and in many cases, the treatment can be completed the same day as the consultation. It is essential to ensure you are not allergic to fish, as the polynucleotides are derived from salmon or trout DNA.

Both Ameela polynucleotides and Plinest polynucleotide treatments are available, providing comprehensive skin rejuvenation through enhanced cellular regeneration and hydration. Polynucleotides are derived from salmon or trout DNA, including parts of salmon sperm. These biostimulators closely resemble human DNA and act as messengers for our skin cells, promoting significant skin improvement. These minimally invasive treatments require minimal downtime, making them an effective and convenient option for those seeking to improve their skin’s appearance and quality. 

Polynucleotide Treatment Cost

Revitalise Your Skin with Amedics Clinic’s Polynucleotide Treatments

Who can Benefit from Polynucleotide Treatment Injections and the Areas They Target? |

Benefits of Polynucleotide Treatment Injections for the Eyes:

  • Stimulates collagen and elastin production
  • Reduces dark circles and puffiness
  • Smooths out fine lines and crow’s feet
  • Improves skin hydration and circulation
  • Enhances overall skin quality and resilience

Benefits of Polynucleotide Treatment Injections for the Face:

  • Significantly enhances collagen and elastin production
  • Improves hydration and circulation
  • Effectively smooths out fine lines and wrinkles
  • Tightens and lifts the skin on the cheeks
  • Provides a non-surgical solution for a revitalised facial profile

Benefits of Polynucleotide Treatment Injections for the Neck:

  • Enhances the production of collagen and elastin
  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Addresses crepey skin
  • Boosts hydration and circulation
  • Revitalises the overall texture and appearance of the neck

Polynucleotide Treatment Cost

Polynucleotide Injection (per 2ml syringe)£350
Polynucleotide Injections - Two Treatments: (Recommended for optimal results)£650
Polynucleotide Injections - Three Treatments: ( Best value for comprehensive skin rejuvenation)


Polynucleotide Treatment FAQ’s

Information about Polynucleotide Treatment

What do polynucleotides do?

Polynucleotides, derived from salmon/trout DNA, promote skin remodelling by enhancing collagen, elastin, and fibrin production. They help the skin regenerate, reduce signs of ageing, and improve elasticity and hydration.

How often do I need to have polynucleotides?

Optimal results are achieved with 2-3 sessions every 4-6 weeks, followed by one maintenance session a year. This schedule ensures sustained skin rejuvenation and elasticity improvement.

What are the benefits?

Polynucleotides help remodel the skin, support cell turnover, reduce signs of ageing, and enhance elasticity and hydration. They address fine lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity for a youthful appearance.

Is there any downtime with this treatment?

There is minimal downtime. Some redness may occur post-injection, which typically subsides quickly, allowing you to resume normal activities.

Are there any risks or complications?

Polynucleotide treatments are extremely safe for most individuals. Mild swelling and redness may occur. Allergies to fish will be discussed and confirmed prior to treatment to ensure safety.

How do polynucleotides help with anti-ageing?

Polynucleotides enhance collagen production at a cellular level, improving skin texture, elasticity, and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. This results in a more youthful and radiant appearance.

Are polynucleotides better than Profhilo?
Polynucleotides and Profhilo serve different purposes. Polynucleotides offer long-term collagen stimulation at a cellular level, while Profhilo provides immediate hydration and plumping with hyaluronic acid.
Is polynucleotide a filler?
No, polynucleotides are not fillers. They work at a cellular level to remodel the skin and promote collagen production, rather than simply adding volume.
What is the aftercare?

Post-treatment care involves minimal downtime with potential mild redness. Follow the specific guidelines provided by your practitioner for optimal results.

How long does it take for the polynucleotide treatment to work?
You can see immediate results, but the best effects are observed after completing the full course. Optimal results are typically achieved around six months post-treatment.
Which brands of polynucleotides are available at Amedics Clinic?
Amedics Clinic offers Ameela and Plinest polynucleotides, both known for their effectiveness in skin rejuvenation.
What skin conditions can polynucleotides treat?
Polynucleotides treat fine lines, wrinkles, loss of elasticity, dehydrated skin, dull skin, and ‘crepey’ skin. They improve overall skin texture and appearance.
Can polynucleotides be used alongside other treatments?
Yes, polynucleotides can be combined with other treatments like lasers, injections, and Botox to enhance overall results.
What is the difference between polynucleotide and skin boosters like Profhilo?
Polynucleotides promote collagen production at a cellular level for long-lasting effects, while Profhilo delivers hyaluronic acid directly to the skin for immediate hydration.
Are polynucleotides a good option for under-eye rejuvenation?
Yes, polynucleotides improve under eyes elasticity and appearance. They can be combined with Tear Trough fillers after a consultation.

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