Hand rejuvenation

What is it?

The hands can reveal our true age.
Our hands are continuously subjected to the damaging effects of the environment and these everyday strains of wear and tear can have a significant effect on their premature aging over time.

Long-term exposure to sun can leave brownish discolorations spots. Skin becomes thinner with advancing years. Veins at the back of hands become dilated and more visible. The walls of the blood vessels become more fragile and blood cells can leak through them after minor injuries. Degradation products from these leaked cells can stain the skin yellowish- brown. With aging we lose fat and skin thickness, which makes the hands look bony and unattractive. The small joints of hands undergo wear and tear, and this can cause the knuckles to become thickened and unsightly.

Advanced hand rejuvenation methods combat all the problems associated with hand aging.


For hand rejuvenation following treatments used:

Fat and dermal injections

Patient own fat and derived from it adipose tissue derived stem cells can be grafted for treating thinning of soft tissue on back of hands. Dermal fillers with collagen stimulating effects such as Ellanse or Radiesse can also be used.

Combination therapies adresses varying aspects of hand ageing.

Hand skin quality can be improved with mesotherapy or PRP injections. Age spots and skin blemishes are treated with Laser or IPL. Prominent unsightly hand veins will be eliminated with sclerotherapy injections or surgical removal