Profhilo vs. Polynucleotide treatment

In the world of skin rejuvenation, Profhilo and Polynucleotide treatments stand out as promising choices, but they differ in composition, benefits, and application.


Profhilo contains hyaluronic acid, naturally found in the body. It stimulates collagen and elastin production, improving skin elasticity and hydration.

Polynucleotide treatment utilises natural DNA fractions to enhance cellular turnover and skin regeneration, addressing various skin concerns and promoting repair.


Profhilo rejuvenates skin, improving hydration, texture, and laxity, while also helping with acne and hyperpigmentation.

Polynucleotide treatment revitalises skin deeply, targeting deep lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and loose skin, providing a comprehensive rejuvenation.


Profhilo involves surface injections in specific areas to spread across the skin.

Polynucleotide treatment utilises injections attracting water molecules, improving hydration, and stimulating collagen production for thicker, healthier skin.

Treatment Sessions and Downtime:

Profhilo requires initial sessions with minimal downtime and subsequent maintenance treatments.

Polynucleotide treatment involves a few sessions, spaced apart, with longer-lasting results, but slightly more recovery time due to its regenerative nature.

Both treatments offer significant benefits, yet each caters to unique skin needs. I highly recommend you to try Polynucleotide treatment. You can book it here now.

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Erme Clinic
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All work is compliant with NICE guidelines. It is our policy to refer any problems that can or should be treated on the NHS back to your GP. Dr Elsey offers all these treatments personally.

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