The face and neck aren’t the only places that reveal your real age. Hands are also a tell-tale sign of sun damage and aging thanks to thin skin and regular sun exposure. From “veiny” hands to premature wrinkling, our hands say a lot about us. Similar to other areas of the body regularly exposed to UV rays and thin skin covering minimal fat, hands tend to decrease collagen production at an early age. This means less volume on the backs of the hands and a loss of that youthful plumpness.
Hands have a lot of similarities to our face and neck. These delicate areas quickly see fat layers and soft tissue deplete. Visible bones, tendons, and veins on the hands can make you look older than you are. No matter how flawless and youthful your face may look, hands can give away your secret—your age. Hands are also regularly exposed to dangerous UV rays, which can leave behind brown spots (or “liver spots”), hyperpigmentation, and other signs of sun damage.
Your hands are one of the first things people notice about you. From that first handshake to handling drinks and utensils at important dinner meetings, many people take extra care to ensure their hands are looking presentable with manicures. However, there’s only so much a regular mani can do. If you really want to care for your hands, hand rejuvenation is necessary.
– Melissa, Google Review, Actual Patient*
There are a number of hand rejuvenation treatments available, all customizable for your skin, hands, and goals. It’s fast and easy to restore hands to a youthful appearance by increasing volume while improving tone and texture. Remove sun spots, minimize wrinkles, and hide veins and tendons by promoting your body’s natural collagen production.
Hands can quickly lose their elasticity, resulting in a crepe-like texture. However, Exilis laser skin tightening can safely penetrate deep below the skin’s surface to kickstart the body’s organic collagen and elastin production. This makes the skin look firmer, tighter, and younger. Everyone has different levels of natural collagen and elastin, but production slows down with age. If the skin on your hands looks lax, Exilis laser resurfacing is an excellent hand rejuvenation option.
Loss of volume is the number-one sign of aging in the hands. Choose from a variety of dermal fillers to safely restore volume. There are a number of reputable dermal fillers for hand rejuvenation including Restylane, Juvederm, and Radiesse. All are FDA approved for hand rejuvenation. During your consultation, the benefits of each will be discussed and a personalized dermal filler approach for hand rejuvenation will be designed. Dermal fillers for the hands also minimize wrinkles, giving clients a double dose of youthfulness.
Neaman MediSpa’s chemical peels are personalized for every client and can be utilized on a variety of areas—including the hands. Chemical peels remove the top layers of the skin to reveal younger, dewier skin. Uncover the naturally younger-looking skin below the surface. Peels are available in a variety of strengths and can be performed with various ingredients to ensure every client gets exactly what they want.
Microdermabrasion for hand rejuvenation offers skin resurfacing that is even more aggressive than a chemical peel but less invasive than surgical fat injection. Also known as “microderm,” this type of hand rejuvenation can minimize or remove sun damage, light scars, fine lines, age spots, and discolorations. These signs of aging are what give away not only your age, but the various damage your hands have endured over the years. Hand rejuvenation isn’t just about turning back the clock, but also ensuring your hands are as flawless and aesthetically pleasing as possible.
Every pair of hands is unique, and hand rejuvenation approaches should be formulated just for you. From dermal fillers to chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing, the perfect combination of hand rejuvenation therapy is available for you. Discover more about hand rejuvenation options and contact Neaman MediSpa for your complimentary VISIA Skin Analysis Consultation. We treat hand rejuvenation clients from around the greater Portland, Salem, and Eugene, Oregon, areas.