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Polynucleotides are an injectable treatment that restores skin firmness and elasticity,   deeply enhances your skin tone and prevents skin cell damage. 

They are an innovative gel-based injectable treatment derived from polymerized Polynucleotides, a very powerful organic molecule that combats ageing signs, uneven skin tone and dehydration

A highly effective bio-stimulating gel targeted at rejuvenating and renewing skin cells and tissues. It deeply penetrates the skin to combat oxidative stress and free radicals responsible for premature ageing. It reduces the appearance of pigmentation, and scars and deeply moisturises dehydrated skin. Lastly, it boosts, collagen production to improve skin firmness and elasticity.

Areas that can be treated with polynucleotides

  • Face
  • Eyes
  • Neck
  • Décolleté
  • Hands

How do they work?

Polynucleotides are an anti ageing injectable made from animal-based polynucleotides ( derived from the sperm cells of salmon). Polynucleotides are one of the effective treatments used in regenerative medicine. It contains substances that trigger the body to repair itself rather than being the treatment.

When injected into the skin, polynucleotides deeply penetrate the skin and trigger fibroblast cell metabolic activities. Since fibroblast cells are responsible for collagen production, Polynucleotides stimulate the release of healthy collagen that increases skin firmness and brightens skin tone.

Polynucleotides have wound-healing effects as it triggers the skin to repair any scar tissue and patches. Organic molecules in the polynucleotide will also bind together several water molecules in order to hydrate and moisturise the skin.

Ameela Eyes is a unique product on the market because it is not a dermal filler, but it brightens and gently fills the delicate area under and around the eyes. It is injected through a cannula and we recommend a course of 3 treatments each 2 weeks apart.  

Who is the right candidate for Polynucleotides

Nucleadyn® is suitable for both genders. Specifically for the following set of people;

  • People who are advanced in age with the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Young people who are experiencing signs of premature ageing.
  • People with highly dehydrated skin.
  • People with hyperpigmentation.

Benefits of Polynucleotides

  • It tightens skin sagging.
  • It improves the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • It reduces the appearance of scars and hyperpigmentation.
  • It reduces the appearance of dark circles and under-eye puffiness.
  • It enhances oxygen and improves blood supply to the skin.
  • It deeply hydrates and moisturises the skin.
  • It generally renews skin cells and tissues.

What to expect during  Polynucleotide treatment

On the scheduled date of your treatment,  the first step is to cleanse the treatment area and apply an anaesthetic to prevent pain. This will be followed by marking the entry points of the needle. The injection will be administered with a syringe in the most comforting way to prevent any form of pain and discomfort. The injected area will also be gently massaged after the treatment.

Are Polynucleotides safe?

Experts considered the treatment one of the safest skin regeneration treatments.

Polynucleotides are safe for humans because it is made from salmon DNA which is found to be compatible with human DNA without triggering an immune response. Aside from that, the Salmon DNA used to produce polynucleotides are highly purified and rid of any component that may have adverse effects.

How many treatments will I need?

The treatment requires 3 sessions which are 2/3 weeks apart.

Reputable for its fast visible results. After the 3 sessions, you will begin to notice more apparent results such as a 21%  improvement in your skin texture and clearer skin tone. Your wrinkles reduce and you will notice a highly improved complexion.

How long will the result last?

The effect of polynucleotides can last for 6  months before you need a top-up. However, the result can ultimately last for about 1 year.