Hands can be a tell-tale sign of aging even when you have maintained a youthful look
in the face.
As a result of aging, the skin on our hands can become thin, skinny, and discolored over time. Aging hands tendons and veins become more prominent in their appearance, and multiple brown spots cover the overlying skin.
Our hands are often our first point of contact with others from a firm handshake to helping a client with paperwork.
Unfortunately, because the hands are less sun protected, they are subjected to more sun exposure than the face. This results in pigmentation issues and textural problems with age. Aged hands are often bony and more fragile in their appearance. Years of sun damage
Why Treating Connected Areas Makes Sense
By treating your hands, arms and chest the same as you do your face, you’ll keep a much more “together” look.
Aging and sun damage show in more places than just your face. By treating your hands, arms and chest the same as you do your face, you’ll keep a much more “together” look.
Chemical Peel -Glytone Hand Peel
Hands are an age-giveaway no one likes. Enerpeel makes a specific peel with a blend of three chemo-exfoliants to improve the skin on the backs of your hands.
Hyper pigmented lesions on the back of the hand
Photo damage including poor tone and texture
Beginning actinic keratoses
Micronneedling can be done to help reduce those unwanted sun spots, age spots and wrinkles that form on the back of the hand. Fantastic results for a minimally invasive, office-based procedure that is done with just topical anesthesia.
Dermal Filler Restylane Lyft® or Radiesse®
Dermal filler can add volume to the back of the hands, which can result in a more youthful.
If you would like to know more about Hand Rejuvenation and how it can create a younger appearance for you, reach out to Ithaca Medical Aesthetics to