Purigenex: Needle-less Collagen Treatment

by Wendy Travis


In the past, the benefits of collagen treatments were generally enjoyed by injection, such as in many of the dermal fillers available on the market today. While these procedures offer stellar results, many patients shied away from the potential discomfort that accompanies injections. Today, you can enjoy the many advantages of collagen infusion with no needles involved! The Purigenex skin care line offers collagen-based products like nothing else ever seen in the skin care industry before.

Purigenex offers all new, scientific formulas designed for the best results possible from a topical collagen treatment. The highly soluble collagen in the mix penetrates the skin to build skin elasticity and connective tissue integrity. The result is skin that is plumper, smoother and younger looking. The products are currently only available through doctor's offices and medical spas, and kits are sold in eight-week supplies.

Benefits of Purigenex

There are a number of benefits to the Purigenex product line that have not been seen with other types of topical skin care solutions. These benefits include:

  • Improved skin elasticity
  • Increased strength and tone of skin tissue
  • Delayed skin cell aging, for a more youthful complexion
  • Promotion of the body's own collagen production
  • Better penetration than other collagen-based products today
  • Can be used to repair sun damage, discolorations, acne scarring and the effects of aging

The formula is also non-immunogenic, which means immune reactions are very rare. According to the product manufacturer, the formula integrates with skin cells for excellent results.

About Collagen

Purigenex only uses type I antecollagen from animal sources. Many collagen-based skin care products today use plant collagens that are biologically inactive, due to both the source of the collagen and the methods used for processing and storing it. Purigenex uses animal collagen, similar to what is used in some collagen-based dermal fillers. The collagen is carefully stored at lower temperatures, since exposing collagen to room temperature or higher denatures the substance and renders it ineffective. Antecollagens are used, because their chemical makeup makes them less likely to cause allergic reactions in users.

What is Included in the Purigenex Line?

Purigenex products are only available through physicians, medical spas and aesthetic professionals. The products come in a kit that provides an eight-week supply of skin care. The two main therapies in the Purigenex line are the ICS Intensive Collagen Serum and ICM Ionized Collagen Mask. Both are FDA-registered, preservative-free formulas that are safe for even the most sensitive skin types. The products work together to slow aging in skin cells, nourish the skin and promote the body's own collagen production.

For those who need additional skin repair, Purigenex also has products to address specific needs. Advanced Dermal Repair is equipped with 27 antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to help skin regain a younger appearance and better health. It is touted as an anti-aging treatment, but it can also be used to heal sun damage, inflammation or a host of skin disorders. Advanced Eye Repair is used to erase signs of aging around the eyes and Discoloration Corrective Therapy is primarily used to diminish the appearance of hyperpigmentation and age spots. Intensive Hydrating Therapy is also available to treat very dry, aging skin.

The products are fairly expensive and can only be purchased through medical professionals. However, if you are concerned about the discomfort involved with collagen injections, the Purigenex skin care line with collagen may be worth considering. The products are high quality, with penetrable collagen that may promote healthier skin from the inside out. Contact us today to learn more Purigenex or to schedule your free consultation with a skin care specialist at a clinic near you.

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