Second only to the face, the hands are one of the first places to show age. Like for the face, there are several rejuvenation options for the hands to rejuvenate aged hands. Ultimately, the right treatment is best discussed during a consultation. However, let’s discuss, “What is the best treatment for hand rejuvenation?”
There are two primary hand rejuvenation methods that tend to provide the best results. The right one depends on the concerns you have and your anatomy. One of the most common options is hand filler. Hand fillers involve injecting dermal fillers into the hands to address hollowing and the visibility of veins and tendons. This will need refreshed roughly twice to four times a year on average to maintain results.
Thinning skin and sun damage are also common problems in aging hands. Laser resurfacing–surgical or non-surgical–is helpful in treating the appearance of sun damage and promoting increased collagen production. This can prevent aging and keep the quality of the skin good.
These two options are sometimes used together. Additionally, there are other options for specific situations and need. To learn more about hand rejuvenation in Seattle, call us at 206-324-1120. You can also reach out online via Price Simulator, chat, and contact form.