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Hand Rejuvenation

The skin on our hands reveals telltale signs of aging just as much as our facial skin. However, hand rejuvenation treatments can provide a youthful appearance for the hands using the same skin care procedures designed to enhance the face. Laser skin resurfacing reduces liver spots while filler injections add volume to the treatment area. From chemical peels to fat transfers for the hands, there are plenty of cosmetic procedures to improve the aesthetics of the hands.

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Treatments for Thin, Wrinkled, Veiny, and Spotted Hands

A person’s age can often be revealed by viewing the condition of the skin on the backs of their hands and fingers. Via the aging process, hands might transform from having a firm and plump skin to ones that appear marred by large visible hand veins, brown spots, and thinner skin. Brown liver spots can be the result of too much sun exposure while the loss of fatty tissue can happen naturally over time.

Since the skin atop the hands gets as much sun exposure as other prominent areas, the same kinds of wrinkles and pigmentation issues – such as age spots – can appear. Yet there are several treatment options that plastic surgeons employ to improve the appearance of skin tone, sun spots, excess skin, or lost volume in the hands.

Dermal Fillers Temporary fillers can be injected in places other than the face, which may also have experienced volume loss – including the hands, neck, and décolleté. Several soft tissue injectable fillers can restore volume to the back of the hands, including Juvéderm®, Radiesse®, and Restylane®.

Fat Transfers Fat grafting can represent a more permanent hand rejuvenation procedure when fat from other parts of the body are transferred into the hands to add fuller contours to the area. Even fingers can be rejuvenated with injections up to the knuckle area to add volume.

Laser Skin Resurfacing Laser therapy options often include ablative fractional resurfacing lasers and intense pulsed light (IPL) to remove outer layers of skin that have been damaged by sun exposure or premature photoaging from other UV sources. Brown spots and wrinkles on the hands can be improved via laser treatments. The heat generated in deep tissues from laser resurfacing also stimulates collagen and elastin production for plumper skin as well.

Microdermabrasion and Chemical Peels Chemical peels employ various solutions to chemically slough off top superficial layers of skin to reveal fresher skin underneath – and can be used to treat dark spots on the hands along with other parts of the body. Microdermabrasion involves using a hand-held device to physically abrade dead layers of skin, and can help improve the appearance of hyperpigmented hands.






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