Hand Rejuvenation (commonly known as a ‘hand lift’) is the process of removing discoloration and tightening the skin. Dermal fillers may also be used to restore the hands’ youthful appearance.
Through this treatment, you can enhance your aging hands and make them look fresher and younger.
While much attention is likely given to facial rejuvenation in terms of battling signs of aging, our hands can give away our real age, especially for those who are elderly. Our hands can gradually be depleted as we age naturally.
As we grow older, wrinkly skin, dark spots, and prominent veins also appear evidently on the back of our hands, revealing that we’re getting up there in age.
Fortunately, Hand Rejuvenation enables dermatologists and surgeons to have the luxury of fixing these signs of aging. It drastically reduces the wrinkling, dark spots and prominent veins in your hands for them to have a more youthful and healthier appearance.
In line with the procedure, various dermal fillers, peels, and lasers are utilized by medical practitioners to effectively be able to rejuvenate and lift the hands.
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What are the Benefits of Hand Rejuvenation?
It fights early signs of aging such as dark spots, pigmentation, wrinkles and thinning of skin. It also restores volume and fullness to the hands.
Preparing For The Procedure
There are no prerequisites to be a candidate for this procedure. There is also no age limit.
As long as you desire to improve the appearance, tone and texture of your hands, you can undergo this surgery.
How The Procedure is Done
- The procedure takes around 30 minutes to 1 hour
- Intense pulsed light (IPL) or lasers may be used to improve texture, tone and color
- Dermal Fillers such as fat transfers, collagen and volumizing fillers which
encourage the production of collagen may also be injected after the laser treatment
- These fillers plump up and add volume to sunken areas of the hands
After The Procedure
An anti-aging skin regimen like moisturizing creams/lotions/soaps are prescribed.
In addition to this, direct exposure to sunlight should be avoided.
Applying sunscreen diligently may also help in maintaining the effects of the procedure.