The Salmon Sperm Facial Procedure

My Upcoming SALMON SPERM Treatment

Salmon Sperm Polynucleotides Treatment

Tomorrow (or today – if you’re listening to my radio show) I will be in the professional care of Medical Aesthetic Nurse and all-round skin guru Kat Jackowska BSc at FOREVER SKIN medical aesthetics in leafy Croxley Green, just outside Watford, close to the M25.

Kat Jackowska BSc – Medical Aesthetic Nurse
07946 491440

Kat has been treating me for the past couple of years, but on this occasion I am about to experience the latest cult facial procedure, undertaken in 2024 by everyone from Demi Moore, Jennifer Anniston and the cast of Towie.

In the ever-evolving landscape of aesthetics and skincare, a new ground-breaking player has emerged: Salmon DNA Polynucleotide. Think Salmon Sperm, basically.

What exactly are polynucleotides, and how do they work their magic? Derived from salmon or trout DNA, these star ingredients—polynucleotide (PN) and polydeoxyribonucleotides (PDRN)—closely resemble human DNA. When injected into the skin, PDRN and PN act as cellular messengers, stimulating collagen formation, improving blood circulation, reducing inflammation and coaxing our skin cells into action.

Perfect For Under The Eyes

Kat is treating me with Salmon – not Trout. So, this Friday I’m getting ready to unlock the potential of salmon DNA—and the future of anti-ageing awaits.

The mere mention of salmon sperm might raise eyebrows, I get that, but it’s not quite as unconventional as it sounds. Polynucleotides are not actual salmon sperm, instead they are purified DNA extracted from salmon sperm.

Salmon sperm extract has been shown to increase the metabolic activity of skin cells and collagen. The results in an improvement in skin tightness and thickness, acne, pigmentation, red veins, Rosacea and inflammation.

Increases collagen and the metabolic activity of skin cells

Polynucleotide treatments are considered safe, with minimal side effects. Some clients may experience temporary redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site, but these typically subside within a few days.

Furthermore, these injections may be used to improve the look of the neck, décolletage, hands, and sensitive eye region, offering a complete option for skin augmentation.

As well as Botox-like effects, polynucleotides – which can cost in the region of £400 – are said to give customers a ‘baby face’ and rejuvenated skin.

Other typical skin issues addressed with polynucleotides include sun damage, photoaging, scarring, and stretch marks. Additionally, research has demonstrated that polynucleotides may be used to treat hair loss in a way that simultaneously slows down hair loss and promotes the creation of new hair.

It all sounds very intriguing. Not only will Kat and I be sharing the procedure right here in Zips It Up but I’ll be discussing it on my radio show on Mi-Soul. Plus, it will be filmed and you’ll be able to watch it on all my socials and on FOREVER SKIN OFFICAL’S INSTAGRAM.