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PhilArt is a new skin quality improvement injectable treatment that is NOT a filler. It is comprised of polynucleotides that are based on the building blocks of our skin such as DNA and RNA.
Skin boosters such as PhilArt can be used alongside dermal fillers, botox and laser therapies to enable full-face approach that deals with all the elements of skin quality.
PhilArt properties enable improvements in patients’ skin quality3,5, rejuvenating the skin and making it look more radiant. It also restores the skin’s elasticity and promotes hydration4,7 which gives patients a glow and younger looking and firmer feeling skin.
The product range means the ingredients can tailored for all skin types and ages groups to the desired treatment areas which include the face, scalp and neck to décolletage and hands.
PhilArt Eye is a dedicated injection treatment for the delicate area around the eyes to revive tired-looking eyes, for young and mature patients.
The treatment is typically for people wanting a boost to their skin tone and texture without too much downtime.
Polynucleotides science explained
Polynucleotides work by stimulating cell regeneration. PhilArt is an injectable gel consisting of long-chain polynucleotides (PN). Polynucleotides promote hydration of the skin1 and scavenge free radicals2, thereby building an optimal environment for the growth of fibroblasts (cells that produce collagen),3,4. As a consequence, they promote the production of new collagen2 and elastic fibres, stimulating the body’s own cell regeneration. Based on natural ingredients The polynucleotides (PN) are of natural origin and derived from European freshwater fish intended for human consumption, with full control over the production chain.
The manufacturing process is based on the polynucleotide high purification technology (PN-HPT®), leading to a superior level of purification, thus ensuring product safety. Proven safety and efficacy Polynucleotides have a proven safety and efficacy profile with high tolerability and low risk of adverse events4, 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.
Benefits of PhilArt polynucleotides
Polynucleotides treatment stimulates collagen synthesis, encouraging the skin to produce new collagen fibres. This helps restore skin firmness, improve skin texture, and minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By boosting collagen levels, polynucleotides promote a more youthful and rejuvenated complexion.
How is the treatment performed?
PhilArt treatment involves a sequence of pin prick injections into the facial areas normally over 2-3 sessions about 2-3 weeks apart. In some areas we use a cannula which reduce the risk of any bruising.
It only takes about 10-15 minutes and you can resume your normal daily activities afterwards.
How does PhilArt compare to other treatments?
- PhilArt vs Profhilo
PhilArt is a new polynucleotide injectable treatment that helps boost collagen synthesis and it more adept at skin tone and texture for more delicate areas such as the eyes and neck. Profihol is more of a skin hydrator and booster helping giving the skin more firmer looks with out the effects of volumisation that dermal HA fillers are known for
- PhilArt vs Juvederm
PhilArt is a new polynucleotide injectable treatment that helps boost collagen synthesis and improving texture and tone of the skin whereas hyaluronic acid fillers such as juvederm restore the lost HA and create fullness to lines and wrinkles and lift to sunken cheeks and sagging jowls. Sunekos works better for delicate areas such as the neck and eyelid skin where it’s needs a boost
- PhilArt vs Sunekos
Philart is another regenerative injectable skin booster made from polynucleotides whereas Sunekos is made up of different ingredients called amino acids that are the precursors for collagen growth. They both work in a similar ways to create improvement in skin texture and tone especially in delicate and often difficult areas to treat such the as the crepey areas of skin in the neck and eye areas.
15 - 30 minutes
PhilArt® Polynucleotides Treatment Costs
|Polynucleotides Treatment||Cost per session|
|1x single PhilArt polynucleotides treatment session||£TBC|
The cost of consultation with our doctors is £75. This is redeemable against the cost of treatment carried out on the same day.
Prices are a guide to the costs and the exact price can only be determined once the doctor has examined you in person.
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What are polynucleotide injections used for?
PN injections have found widespread application in various clinical scenarios, including improving skin elasticity, thickness, wrinkles, hydration, pore size, and pigmentation.
Can polynucleotide treatment be used beneath the eyes?
Yes, PhilArt is very effective here. We would use a cannula to carefully inject the Polynucleotide solution into the under eye area. The injections are strategically placed to stimulate collagen production, improve skin texture, and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and dark circles under eyes.
What is the difference between skin boosters and polynucleotides?
Polynucleotides differ from other, hyaluronic-based skin boosters and dermal fillers. Rather than giving skin a surge in collagen and elastin, or ‘plumping’ the skin with carefully placed temporary products, polynucleotides are catalysts in the regeneration of fibroblasts – the main cells within the skin’s structure.
Are there any side-effects/downtime after PhilArt?
Patients look a bit red and slightly puffy for 4-6 hours after which then settles very quickly.
How long does polynucleotide treatment last?
For best results we recommend 2 treatments initially (2-4 weeks apart) with a top-up session around every 9-12 months to maintain the results. Unlike dermal fillers which offer instant results, polynucleotide treatment requires some patience, with best results seen 2-3 months following treatment
How often should polynucleotide treatments be done?
How often will I need to have polynucleotide treatments? You will need three treatments, spaced 2 to 4 weeks apart. You may then choose to have single treatments in 6 to 9 months’ time to maintain results.
What is the evidence around polynucleotide treatment?
A clinical study involving 15 patients treated with polynucleotides found that, after 20 weeks, hydration had improved by 115% and elasticity was increased by 38%. These improvements translate to younger firmer and fresher looking skin.