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Have you ever gone to shake someone’s hand and realized you regret your decision? As we age we change, but sometimes in ways we’re not so happy with. Sure, we get more confident and sure of who we are as we age, but when did we get self-conscious about our hands? If your hands are starting to look like someone else’s, it might be time to look into hand rejuvenation techniques.
UV damage and natural loss of fat and connective tissue as we age just helps to provide a look for our hands that we’re not very happy with. If you’re also self-conscious about your hands, keep reading to learn about some techniques that can help bring back their youthful look.
Though there are so many dermal fillers that we first think of when it comes to wrinkles and loss of fullness in our faces, they can also do wonders for aging hands. Move over face, dermal fillers can help rejuvenate the look of our hands. Prominent tendons, joints, and veins on the backs of your hands can be gone within the time span of one little appointment! There are both FDA approved and off-label fillers used for hand rejuvenation. Vollure from the Juvederm family and other hyaluronic acid fillers can be used to plump up the backs of the hands, restoring the youthful look that they used to have. Especially if your hands give you away, fillers can help them blend into the rest of your well-maintained appearance! Youthful hands are just a short appointment away.
Once the plumpness of your hands is back, you may notice other signs of aging, especially from years in the sun. UV damage can cause other signs of aging that you’re not happy about, so we can take care of those, too. Chemical peels or laser treatments might be great options to help scrub away signs of aging on your hands like uneven texture and sun spots.
Laser Skin treatments and chemical peels can help reverse the signs of:
If you’re ready to show the world your hands again, call us today at (949) 721-6000 to schedule a consultation. More youthful hands are right around the corner!