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What are they, and how can they help me?

You may have heard about Polynucleotides, the skin boosting and regenerative injectables that have been trending in recent months. They’ve started revolutionising the aesthetics and skincare industry and have become an increasingly popular solution amongst patients for treating the signs of ageing and other common skin complaints – for good reason. If you haven’t heard about them yet, don’t worry. We’ll break down exactly what polynucleotides are, what benefits they have, and what makes them unique from other anti-ageing treatments.


What are Polynucleotides?

Polynucleotides are a component predominantly derived from trout DNA, making them natural, compatible and biodegradable. Essentially, they are like food or medicine for cells, making them produce collagen and elastin and helping to improve the extracellular matrix, which is the structural support layer within our skin that keeps us looking youthful, containing those fibrous elements such as collagen and elastin.

Sometimes, Polynucleotide treatments can be referred to as Biostimulators, Biofillers, or Biorevitalisers (depending on the manufacturer and composition), but they all contain the core anti-ageing ingredient: polynucleotides.

Polynucleotides are scientifically proven to:

  • Stimulate and boost collagen and elastin production

  • Durably and efficiently repair the skin (and hair) at a cellular level

  • Hydrate the skin at a cellular level

  • Improve tissue firmness and elasticity

  • Have anti-inflammatory properties

  • Promote cellular renewal


Which basically means they are ideal for:

  • Lifting and tightening the skin

  • Improving skin texture and smoothness

  • Brightening the skin

  • Increasing volume within the skin

  • Minimising acne scars

  • Minimising stretch marks

  • Minimising/restoring hair loss


Proven safety and efficacy Polynucleotides have a proven safety and efficacy profile with high tolerability and low risk of adverse events supported by extensive clinical data. Their use is based on more than 70 years of research and more than 100 published studies presented at national and international congresses.

PhilArt - Injectable Polynucleotides

A standalone therapy to improve the quality and lustre of the skin in younger patients as an anti-ageing (OR preventative) treatment and for more mature patients through improved skin structure and overall elasticity. 

Treatment Areas :-

  • Forehead

  • Arches of the eyebrow

  • Periorbital

  • Cheekbone Area

  • Neck

  • Decolletage

  • Hands


PhilArt - Polynucleotides for the Eye

PhilArt Eye is a biostimulator injectable treatment specifically designed for the eye contour/periorbital area. Its purpose is to reduce fine, superficial wrinkles and crow’s feet, as well as to help treat eyebrow ptosis and drooping of the upper eyelids.

Perfect for people seeking an under eye rejuvenation but who are unsuitable for tear trough filler.

Treatment Areas :-

  • Eye Contour Area

  • Arches of the Eyebrow

  • Sensitive Skin and Delicate Areas

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