3 Powerful IV Compounds PUR-FORM Uses to Fight Skin Aging

While many readers are familiar with aesthetic treatments and topical creams or serums designed to help you maintain younger looking skin, few know that certain IV compounds can fight skin aging from the inside! 

Here are 3 intravenous compounds that have shown a potential to influence skin gene expression and epigenetic factors positively:


This antioxidant compound found in red grapes and berries has exhibited several effects that could promote youthful skin when administered intravenously

1. Upregulates genes involved in extracellular matrix formation (collagen, elastin)

2. Improves mitochondrial function by activating SIRT1 “longevity” genes. These genes are of the utmost importance in the body, controlling many diverse functions.

3. Downregulates inflammatory mediators like NF-kB linked to accelerated aging. NF-kB is a significant pathway of inflammation.

4. Directs epigenetic changes that maintain stem cell pluripotency for better repair


The active constituent of turmeric spice has shown immense anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capacities systemically:

1. It can lower histone acetylation levels, a process that turns on genes responsible for producing enzymes that break down collagen and accelerate the aging of skin cells.

2. It blocks methyltransferases, enzymes that lead to silencing of collagen genes by adding methyl groups to DNA. This helps promote healthy collagen levels.

3. It counteracts changes in miRNA molecules in response to oxidative stress that can damage skin cells and their survival ability. MiRNAs help regulate skin cell health.

4. It protects against damage from UV radiation from sunlight, which speeds up the rate of genetic mutations associated with accelerated skin aging.

Intravenously introducing essential phytonutrients like resveratrol and curcumin allows much higher bioavailability than topical/oral routes. This amplifies their abilities to interact beneficially with histones, transcription factors, and genetic signaling interconnected to skin aging.

Another intervention we recommend is intravenous phosphatidylcholine therapy, which shows potential for positively influencing skin gene expression and related epigenetic factors.

Phosphatidylcholine Therapy

Phosphatidylcholine is a crucial building block of cell membranes. Delivering it intravenously (IV) aims to maintain healthy skin cell structure and youthful function in several ways:

1. As part of cell membranes, it helps cells maintain their integrity and communication ability. Its choline component also helps counter gene silencing that happens with aging.

2. It enhances DNA repair pathways that can reverse mutations from UV exposure that age skin.

3. Its anti-inflammatory effects lower inflammatory proteins that promote inflammation.

4. Its antioxidant properties reduce oxidative damage to mitochondrial DNA, which impairs cell metabolism.


1. Improved moisture, thickness, and suppleness by integrating into cell membranes.

2. Promoting youthful gene signaling patterns related to collagen and other proteins that decline with age.

3. Delaying aging-related genetic mutations and abnormal methylation of DNA.

4. Protecting mitochondrial DNA supports cell metabolism.

In summary, IV phosphatidylcholine therapy has multi-faceted potential to oppose intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of skin aging at the genetic, epigenetic, DNA, and mitochondrial levels. This inside-out approach may help preserve youthful skin properties.

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