Is Rejuran Healer as effective as it's made out to be?
Hi Sfw, Rejuran is a brand of polynucleotides (PN) which are injected in a similar technique to skin boosters. Polynucleotides have been shown in multiple clinical studies to have medical benefits ranging from improvement of hair loss to wound healing.
Their cosmetic use has been recent and is also backed by clinical data that shows improved hydration, decrease in inflammation, improved skin tone and texture. It also improves the hydration effect of skinboosters when used in combination.
I am an active user of both Rejuran and various types of skinboosters, and my personal thoughts are as follows:
1. Rejuran is a more all rounded treatment. It can do things like improve dark eye circles which skinboosters usually do not.
2. Rejuran shows faster and better results in my patients.
3. The manual technique of injecting either is preferred by experts worldwide because of its precision and superior results.
Hope this helps!
Hey sfw, ditto to the points made by Dr Lee and Dr Chua.
My only addition to this is that while clinical and histological studies do show *objective* benefits, the translation to visible results can vary.
Used in then long run, it is definitely a good maintenance procedure, but if you have doubts on it's likely visible benefits to your skin, it would definitely be best that you speak personally with your doctor - just to avoid any misalignment of expectations.
PN and PDRN have been shown, albeit in small studies to help in:
1) iImprovement of Alopecia Areata (autoimmune localised balding)
2) Wound healing
3) Pigmentation through the reduction in melanocyte (pigment cell) activity
4) Improvement in some skin sensitivity conditions like eczema
Anecdotal experience in my own practice tells me that the latter 3 are true.
I know that some clinics seem to promote it as a magical panacea for all kinds of skin scarring etc, but if you are a patient looking for good results through minimally invasive means, the appropriate use of PDRN and PN can be a good option to try! You should contact your doctor to discuss the benefits.