PhilArt: Polynucleotides, injectable bio-stimulators

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PhilArt: Polynucleotides, injectable bio-stimulators

Polynucleotides, also known as injectable bio-stimulators, are a new and exciting innovation in the aesthetic industry. These injectable treatments stimulate regeneration in the skin and improve skin and tissue on a cellular level. PhilArt by Croma is one of the most studied polynucleotides and therefore the choice at Riverbanks Wellness. This breakthrough is hitting all the headlines in the consumer press

What are polynucleotides made from?

They are made from fragments of fish that mirror human DNA and work by stimulating our own cells to produce collagen and elastin, resulting in improved skin tone, elasticity, and hydration. Polynucleotides, like Philart, are similar to injectable skin boosters like Profhilo but have the added benefit of communicating with skin cells to produce collagen and elastin. Profhilo is made of 64mg of pure hyaluronic acid without any chemical bonding. If you have intolerance to hyaluronic acids then Philart maybe for you.

Where can polynucleotides be used?

One of the main benefits of Philart is that it can get great results in areas where Profhilo may struggle. They can be used in various areas of the face and body, including under the eyes, face, neck, décolletage, and scars. The treatment requires two to three sessions, and results can be seen quickly, with continued improvement over time. The effects of polynucleotide treatments last around six months before a maintenance session is needed.

Can polynucleotides be used in combination with other treatments?

Polynucleotides can be combined with other aesthetic treatments such as radiofrequency skin tightening or dermal fillers, and even surgical treatments depending on the patient’s needs.

What are the risks with polynucleotides?

As with any injectable treatment, there are risks to be aware of, but they are generally lower compared to other injectable procedures. It is important to choose a trusted practitioner who is experienced and properly trained in administering polynucleotide treatments.

How much do polynucleotides cost?

Prices for polynucleotide treatments can vary depending on the area being treated and the clinic. At Riverbanks PhilArt costs £400 per 2ml syringe. You can book a complimentary online consultation with one of our doctors here.

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