Exciting and Magical New Treatment For More Youthful Skin!

Okay, so I have to admit that my skin these days doesn’t quite have the fresh, youthful glow it once had.

Not that there’s anything wrong with ageing it’s just that after 14 years of poor sleep (kids!), busy lifestyle (drinking and working in front of screens) and not always remembering my SPF (slapped wrist!), I have recently started to investigate non-surgical facial treatments. And there is loads on offer to help you get the best possible skin results at this time. In fact, you could fall down a rabbit hole and become overwhelmed by the latest aesthetic trends, but I want more youthful skin.

I’m happy to admit that I have never had any injectable treatments in my face, however I’m open to travelling down that avenue. Especially if it’s going to make me feel a bit more confident in my 44 year old skin. So, as you can imagine, I was thrilled to be invited to The Clinic in Holland Park to try the very latest in skin treatments to land in the capital. There’s a huge buzz about Nucleadyn, but what is it? And is it Botox, a filler, or something else?

Here’s a quick science bit!

Nucleadyn is a biorevitalisation treatment for the skin. This new injectable, made from polynucleotides, works on a deep cellular level: to hydrate, moisturise, firm and contour the skin; stimulate collagen production; and reduce damage from free radicals.

Not only does Nucleadyn improve the microcirculation of the skin at a deep, cellular level – simultaneously detoxing and hydrating the skin, it also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, revitalising the skin through increased collagen production in the treated areas.

Nucleadyn is not a dermal filler that will set hard; it is more like the bio-remodelling Profhilo in its consistency and efficacy. So not a filler, not Botox. Perfect for a newbie who is venturing into the world of injectables like me. Also, what excites me is the natural element of this, as I don’t wish to look 10 years younger, I’m just hoping to look the best I can for my age. Although, looking a bit younger and fresher can’t be a bad thing right?

Dr. Doyle at The Clinic was like a skin fairy godmother. So informative and knowledgable on all the treatments available, and I was put as ease straight away. Nucleadyn effects can be seen immediately and there will be no downtime, which is always a huge bonus. We chatted for a while about what I was looking for and settled on the nose to mouth area – a place where I’ve noticed a slight loss of volume in the last couple of years and deeper set lines. Again, I’m getting older, it’s natural – but I don’t want to look quite so tired and drawn.

youthful skin BEFORE AND AFTER
Before and after the treatment

A cannula was used under my upper cheek area to add the Nucleadyn. It was very quick and only a small amount of discomfort was felt. Mostly a tiny scratch which was over in seconds. The Nucleadyn then set about adding volume to my face, ultimately lifting the cheek area and reducing the depth of the lines around my mouth. Clever stuff. And immediate results! To say I was blown away by the process is an understatement! Remember that scene in Death Becomes Her when her skin magically plumps up, becoming more youthful before her eyes? Well it’s no longer just in the movies kids!

There is just something different about this treatment, something more natural and softer than other injectable offerings. A quick, effective, and gentle way to give your skin a pick me up without suffering any downtime. Sounds like a winning formula for me, and the proof is in the before and after photos.

If you would like more information on Nucleadyn at The Clinic Holland Park go to https://theclinichollandpark.com/aesthetics/nucleadyn Or call 02039982600 to book a consultation.

Review and images by Saffron Bentley Meet the Team

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