Polynucleotides (Ameela)

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What are polynucleotides?

Polynucleotides are biostimulators which are injected into the skin. This concept is similar to what HA-based skin boosters such as Profhilo, but polynucleotides go beyond mere hydration. Rather than just providing hydration, polynucleotides are more like food or medicine for the cells, to make them produce collagen and elastin in a more meaningful way, as well as having anti-inflammatory properties.

What are they useful for? 

With its collagen-boosting properties, enhanced hydration, and improved elasticity, polynucleotides can be described as an exceptionally powerful injectable moisturising treatment. It serves as both a preventive measure for youthful skin and a restorative solution for ageing skin. They effectively alleviate skin inflammation, providing long-lasting relief from the redness associated with rosacea.

Polynucleotides are beneficial for addressing concerns such as dark circles under the eyes and strengthening the delicate skin around the mouth. They are particularly suitable for individuals who may not be suitable for tear trough filler or those prone to puffiness when treated with hyaluronic acid-based products. The injections of polynucleotides are administered very superficially, ensuring a quick and relatively pain free procedure. Moreover, polynucleotides can be used in conjunction with traditional fillers throughout the entire face.

How long does it take to see results? 

This is where polynucleotides differ from most injectables – their results are not immediate. Although they are administered in a similar manner to dermal fillers, their behaviour differs. They may cause swelling for a of 3-5 days before being completely absorbed by the body. It takes approximately 90 days for the desired effects to become noticeable as the skin needs time to undergo cellular-level changes. The advantage of this approach is that it eliminates concerns about lumps, excessive swelling, or overfilling. However, the downside is that it does not provide an instant boost, as the results improve over time. But, I feel this is the future of skin health, and well worth the investment.

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