As Summer Fades, We’ll Put “Spring” Back into Your Skin

By this time of the year, many people have souvenirs from their travels. While some were purchased as welcome keepsakes of fun summer exploits, others are unwanted reminders of too much time spent in the sun. Yes, those merciless UV rays will make their mark, leaving skin loose, wrinkled, leathery, and spotty; and hands can get the worst of the damage, because, after washing them, people often neglect to re-apply their SPF lotion.

Luckily, our effective Hand Rejuvenation treatments can reverse, or reduce, a lot of that damage. So, come see us. Even though summer is fading, and fall is on the way, we can still put some “spring” back into your skin.

How long do the results of hand rejuvenation treatments typically last?

The duration of results from hand rejuvenation treatments can vary depending on the specific procedure performed and individual factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and aging process. Generally, non-surgical treatments like dermal fillers or laser therapy may last several months to a couple of years before touch-up sessions are needed to maintain the results. Surgical interventions, such as fat grafting, can provide longer-lasting results, often lasting several years. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the expected duration of results based on the chosen hand rejuvenation method.

Is hand rejuvenation suitable for Individuals with sensitive skin or allergies?

Hand rejuvenation procedures should be approached with caution for individuals with sensitive skin or allergies. It’s crucial to inform the healthcare provider about any allergies or skin sensitivities during the consultation. Certain procedures, such as dermal fillers or chemical peels, may contain substances that could trigger allergic reactions or skin irritations.

In such cases, healthcare providers can consider hypoallergenic or specially formulated products designed for sensitive skin. Patch tests may also be conducted to assess potential allergic reactions before performing the full procedure. Individuals with sensitive skin or allergies should work closely with a qualified healthcare provider who can tailor the rejuvenation approach to minimize the risk of adverse reactions and ensure a safe and effective treatment.

Are hand rejuvenation procedures painful, and is anesthesia used during the process?

Hand rejuvenation procedures can cause some discomfort, but healthcare providers often use topical anesthesia or numbing agents to minimize pain during non-surgical treatments like fillers or lasers. For surgical procedures like fat grafting or hand lifts, local anesthesia, sedation, or general anesthesia may be administered to ensure the patient’s comfort. The choice of anesthesia depends on the specific procedure and the patient’s preferences, medical history, and the healthcare provider’s recommendations.