PhilArt injectable Polynucelotides
PhilArt is made from Polyneucleotides using High Purification Technology HPT to promote cell regeneration. PhilArt injectable Polynucleotides has both hydrating and viscoelastic properties that are like those of Hyaluronic Acid. PhilArt injectable Polynucleotides will improve the production of new collagen and elastin fibres generating new dermal matrix glycosaminoglycans.
Overall PhilArt injectable Polynucleotides promote fibroblast proliferation and viability and increases collagen production. Polynucleotides are highly purified, resorbable, and natural substances derived from fish.
Thanks to its biochemical and viscoelastic properties, PhilArt is moisturising and trophic, and is therefore suitable for improving skin firmness, elasticity, and tone.
Treatments & Pricing
PhilArt can be used on any skin area: scalp, body, and face, including necks, décolletage, the delicate eye area, back of hands, abdomen, thighs, knees, arms, stretch marks across the body and fibrous tissues such as scars. PhilArt has moisturising and antioxidant properties which create an optimal environment within your skin to promote the natural growth of fibroblasts, which produce collagen and elastin. PhilArt enhances hydration, tissue elasticity and tightening and helps create a natural healthy glow to your skin.
PhilArt is a temporary rejuvenation treatment. The course usually consists of 3 treatments, 2-3 weeks apart. However, Emily will be able to advise a patient’s personal individualised treatment plan. Most patients notice a difference after 2-4 weeks, but skin will continue to improve with best results expected the course of treatment has been completed. A course of treatments may last up to 12 months; however, this is different for every patient. Treatment can be maintained by providing only one restimulation treatment session at this time.
What Our Customers Say
“I was a complete newbie before meeting Emily so was a little nervous, but from the very start I felt at ease, she answered any questions I had, and I felt like I was in really good hands – and still do! She has bundles of knowledge, is really friendly and I always leave my appointments feeling and looking fresher!”
What are PhilArt Polynucleotides and how do they work?
PhilArt is made from Polyneucleotides using High Purification Technology HPT to promote cell regeneration. PhilArt PN-HPT has both hydrating and viseolastic properties that are similar to those of Hyaluronic Acid. PhilArt PN-HPT will improve the production of new collagen and elastin fibres generating new dermal matrix glycosaminoglycans.Overall PhilArt PN-HPT promotes fibroblast proliferation and viability and increases collagen production.
Thanks to its biochemical and viscoelastic properties, PhilArt is moisturising and trophic, and is therefore suitable for improving skin firmness, elasticity and tone. These effects may also promote the reshaping and highly fibrous areas as treatment procedures customised by Emily, such as striae and scars.
How are PhilArt Polynucleotides administered?
PhilArt is administered using a fine needle, injected into the dermis and depending on Emily’s assessment, a range of injection techniques can be used such as linear, micro-papular and criss-cross.
Is the treatment painful?
Some patients may experience pain or stinging whilst the injection is performed.
How long will the treatment last?
PhilArt is a temporary rejuvenation treatment. The course usually consists of 3 treatments, 2-3 weeks apart. However, Emily will be able to advise you of your personal individualised treatment plan. A course of treatments may last up to 6 -12 months; however, this is different for every patient.
Are there any side effects to having this treatment?
Injections into the lip area could trigger a recurrence of facial cold sores (herpes simplex infections) for patients with a history of prior cold sores. Patients will experience localised swelling, redness and or tenderness and may experience bleeding at the sites of injection and bruising, which may be severe in rare cases and may persist for several days. Rare side effects are persistent or prolonged pain, swelling, or inflammation, infection (which can occur within days or as long as months), an allergic reaction or delayed sensitivity reaction (not recommended for people with fish allergies).
Is there a risk of swelling and/or bruising?
Patients will experience localised swelling, redness and or tenderness and may experience bleeding at the sites of injection and bruising, which may be severe in rare cases and may persist for several days. An increased risk of bruising and/or bleeding exists for patients taking medications with anticoagulant effects, such as aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g., Ibuprofen, Aleve, Motrin, Celebrex), high doses of vitamin E, and certain herbs (ginkgo biloba, St. John’s wart).
Who can’t have this treatment?
PhilArt Polynucleotides contraindicates treatments in patients who:
- Have ongoing herpes infection
- Have an infection
- Have previous or ongoing auto-immune disease, or patients currently undergoing immunotherapy
- Have serious allergies, with known hypersensitivity to any product ingredients, or with a history of fish product allergies.
- Are patients under the age of 18.
- Are pregnant or breast-feeding
PhilArt injectable Polynucelotides
Avoid the sun and sunbeds.
Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily, ideally SPF50.
Do not use active skin care products such as retinols, AHAs acids, until recommended by Emily.
Do not use make-up for 24-48 hours after treatment.
Do not undertake strenuous exercise; sweating can enable bacteria to enter the paths created during treatment.
Do not take NSAIDs, for example, Ibuprofen, or Aspirin for pain relief.