We’ll Give Your Hands a Hand

While winter gets a lot of the blame for making hands look old, summer should take its share of the heat. After all, the sun is famous for causing skin damage; and it’s particularly harsh on the thin-skinned hands. So, spending a lot of time in the sun contributes to their “aging.” Whatever the reason, if your hands have dry, loose, or wrinkled skin, sun spots, or bulging veins, we’ll give them a hand. Our Hand Rejuvenation treatments, including chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy, will make them look years younger.

What is hand rejuvenation, and what does it typically involve?

Hand rejuvenation is a cosmetic procedure aimed at addressing signs of aging on the hands, such as wrinkles, volume loss, and the appearance of veins or age spots. It involves various non-surgical and minimally invasive techniques to enhance the aesthetic appearance of the hands.

Common components of hand rejuvenation may include:

  1. Dermal Fillers: Injectable fillers, often containing hyaluronic acid, can be used to restore volume to the back of the hands, minimizing the visibility of tendons and veins.
  2. Laser Therapy: Laser treatments can target pigmentation irregularities, such as age spots, and improve the overall texture of the skin on the hands.
  3. Chemical Peels: Chemical peels help exfoliate the outer layer of the skin, promoting cell turnover and reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage.

Can hand rejuvenation help with conditions like prominent veins or tendons in the hands?

Yes, hand rejuvenation can help address conditions like prominent veins or tendons in the hands. Dermal fillers, such as those containing hyaluronic acid, are commonly used in hand rejuvenation to restore volume to the back of the hands. This can minimize the visibility of tendons, veins, and bony structures, creating a smoother and more youthful appearance.

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

The duration of results from hand rejuvenation procedures can vary based on the specific techniques used and individual factors. Here are general estimates for the longevity of results for common hand rejuvenation approaches:

  1. Dermal Fillers: The effects of dermal fillers in the hands typically last around 6 months to a year. Follow-up treatments may be necessary to maintain optimal results.
  2. Laser Therapy: The duration of results from laser treatments can vary. Improvements in pigmentation and skin texture may be noticeable for several months, but periodic maintenance sessions might be recommended for sustained benefits.