Hand Rejuvenation

Related Terms:

  • Volume loss: As we age, the hands naturally lose fat and collagen, leading to a thinner, wrinkled appearance.
  • Sun damage: Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause wrinkles, age spots, and uneven skin tone on the hands.
  • Hyperpigmentation: Areas of increased melanin production, resulting in darker patches on the skin.
  • Melasma: A common skin condition causing brown or grayish patches, typically symmetrical and appearing on the face, often triggered by hormonal changes (pregnancy, birth control pills) or sun exposure.

Treatable with various methods.

Can be stubborn and recur easily.
Requires ongoing sun protection to prevent worsening.

Topical creams containing hydroquinone, kojic acid, or azelaic acid.
Chemical peels for addressing uneven skin tone.
Laser treatments for targeting hyperpigmentation.

Recovery: Varies depending on the chosen treatment.

Disclaimer: Hand rejuvenation procedures can be effective, but results may vary. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional to discuss your individual needs and expectations.