Nucleofill is superb for patients keen to try something different to hyaluronic acid, with its hyper-nourishing, tissue-fortifying properties – a polynucleotide-based gel rather than a hyaluronic acid-deploying substance (polynucleotides are essentially the building blocks of human DNA, so fundamental to restoring cellular function), which forms a kind of reservoir of these essential elements within the skin.
It comes in three varieties – soft for the eyes; medium for thinner skin (such as crepey skin on the neck); and strong for treating more robust skin types (including having a reparative effect on stretch marks). Its reputation as a free-radical scavenger is well-earned – it’s an antioxidant that can help to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals (unstable molecules that can cause damage to other cells).
New studies reveal that because of the wound-healing properties of polynucleotides, Nucleofill is also an outstanding companion treatment to other therapies; when used before a treatment, it will turbocharge its potency exponentially.
We usually advise four treatments two weeks apart, and then another every three to six months.
Some results will be visible immediately, with improved results over time as the regenerative properties of this treatment kick in.