The hands are the second most visible area of our body. However, we tend to pay less attention to protecting the skin in this exposed area of our body than we do our faces.
Sunblocks available in most facial creams are often not applied to the hands, and with repeated exposure to water and detergents the skin in this area can be the first to show signs of ageing.
Over time the skin becomes thinner and less elastic with some associated fat loss, sometimes resulting in a thin or aged appearance, where the veins also become more pronounced. In addition, sun damage can cause characteristic mottling of the skin resulting in age or liver spots. If you feel that your hands don't match with your overall appearance, then it may be time to consider something to rejuvenate your hands.
In recent years, cosmetic surgeons and other aesthetic practitioners have started to pay more attention to this area of the body. As a result there are now a number of non-surgical treatment options to help rejuvenate the hands.
Volume Loss: Restore volume to the back of the hands, making veins and tendons less visible.
Lines: Plump up the skin, smoothing out wrinkles and lines.
Age Spots: Skin-lightening creams can help to cover age spots or other marks. Laser therapy and chemical peeling are further options if pigmentation problems are more pronounced.
Treatments For Hand Rejuvenation
Dermal Fillers - Radiesse
- 1.5mls in each hand: €645