As we age, skin on the hands can lose fat, becoming thin and bony, with prominent veins. Age spots, fine lines and wrinkles change the look and feel of the hands. Overall, hand rejuvenation needs to address two key aspects: volume rejuvenation and skin rejuvenation. A variety of techniques exist for bringing volume and freshness to the hands, erasing the telltale signs of ageing.
Hand rejuvenation with dermal fillers is growing in popularity because it can give the hands a fresher and more youthful appearance by adding volume to the skin, minimizing wrinkles, and hiding prominent veins. Fillers containing dermal stimulants go a step further encouraging the production of collagen in the skin, leading to increased volume and prolonged treatment effectiveness.
Hand rejuvenation requires a delicate sensibility in balancing the back of the hands, the sides that blend to the thumb and small fingers as well as the knuckles and into the fingers themselves. The patients would benefit from fat transfer into their hands only after their late forties.