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From £160

1 Hour


Polynucleotides are the latest breakthrough topic in the aesthetics industry and are quickly becoming a favourite for those seeking innovative regenerative treatments.

They have the ability to rejuvenate and restore the skin with wound-healing and bio-stimulating properties, stimulating tissue regeneration at a cellular level.

Polynucleotides consist of filtered, ultra-purified, and sterilized DNA fragments sourced from salmon DNA. These injectables activate fibroblasts, critical in promoting tissue repair, enhancing cell turnover, increasing skin elasticity by producing elastin fibres, and stimulating collagen production. They also have the benefit of reducing inflammation and normalising melanocyte activity (which affects skin pigmentation), resulting in a more even and rejuvenated skin tone.

Polynucleotide injections require some time to show visible results, as well as a commitment to follow-up treatments for optimal effectiveness. The timeline can vary based on your individual goals and the specific products used. We generally recommend a series of at least three treatments to achieve the best outcomes.

Initial effects can usually be seen around a month with results continuing for up to 3 months after final treatment. With a course of treatments, the aim is to continuously stimulate fibroblast production, enhancing both the immediate and long-term rejuvenation effects.

The response to treatment will of course vary depending on the starting point of the skin, the degree of ageing and the skin’s intrinsic ability to regenerate high-quality tissue when stimulated by the polynucleotides.

Polynucleotides can be used alongside other treatments such as skin boosters.

At High Beech Beauty Clinic, we use VITARAN polynucleotides, the world’s first 100% quality-controlled polynucleotide, using patented PDRN Purification Technology. Polynucleotides can be used to rejuvenate the eye area, face, neck, décolletage and hands. It can also be used specifically on stretch marks and scars to help improve their appearance. Polynucleotides are unsuitable for anyone with a fish allergy.

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