What You Need to Know About the Latest in Skin Healing
The latest, non-invasive, no downtime, and quick treatment to improving your skin is now here, straight from South Korea. Skinboosters once ruled in the arena of skin rejuventation but is now slowly but surely being replaced by Rejuran Healer, a skin healing treatment that is made up of biological molecules called polynucleotides (PN). Simply put, a PN is made up of the same basic structural units of a DNA—yes that DNA that we learned way back in our Science classes.
The two main effects of Rejuran Healer are faster wound healing or anti-inflammation. And as a cosmetic procedure, it has been proven to improve skin elasticity, hydration, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, repair skin by improving the function of your skin’s barrier, normalizing skin, improving skin tone, and improving skin texture. It can do all the aforementioned because the PN works multiple ways to get its job done.
First it works biologically, basically waking up tired aged cells and getting it to act younger and to go back to work again. It also works mechanically to produce regenerative effects. And the PN provides building blocks for DNA synthesis—it is broken down by the body and then recycled into new DNA.
If that’s a bit too scientific for you, here’s what you probably really need to know: tests have shown that the Rejuran Healer has treated dark eye circles, skin sagging, enlarged pores, dull skin, wrinkles and fine lines, stretch marks, and acne scars.
What’s The Process Like?
A topical anesthesia will be first applied to your skin and then a fine needle is used to administer small amounts of Rejuran Healer under your skin. This procedure only takes about 10 minutes, depending on the size of the skin area. There may be temporary swelling or visible bumps from the injections but will only last for a few hours to a day.
Expect to see results up to a month after the procedures have begun. It will take time for it to take effect and it is recommended to undergo the treatment three to four times, every two to four weeks. After that, the maintenance recommended is just once every six to nine months!
Is This For Me?
If you’re looking to strengthen your skin’s ability to regenerate, which often dwindles as the years pass, replenish your skin’s moisture, and reduce pain, then yes. This can also be beneficial to patients who want to rapidly increase their skin’s regeneration and to rehydrate it after laser treatments. And if you’re looking to reduce and improve skin’s wrinkles, as a 40s and above patient, then Rejuran Healer is for you.
I’ve Heard of This
Rejuran Healer is often noted to be a familiar procedure, something that’s already existed but suspected to be repackaged with a new name. Many confuse this latest treatment from South Korea with the popular Restylane SkinBoosters, but the two actually have different functions. The latter contains hyaluronic acid, which provides hydration to the dermis or the second layer of your skin, thereby providing long lasting moisture and smoothening pores to improve your skin’s surface. Rejuran Healer, on the other hand, is more aggressive in combating the effects of aging by actively repairing and healing already damaged skin cells to reverse the signs of aging.
If you want to know more about how to combine Rejuran Healer with other treatments, it is best to consult with a professional. Share your concerns with The Clifford Clinic and we would be happy to discuss whether Rejuran Healer is the right treatment for you. Contact us at (65) 6532 2400 or email us at email@example.com.