Definition - What does Hand Rejuvenation mean?
Hand rejuvenation is a procedure for the back of the hands, and its aim is restoring the skin structure by improving it and rebuilding the fat layer beneath the skin to provide a better, more youthful appearance. It can also improve the elasticity of the skin and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.
TheConsultation explains Hand Rejuvenation
The hands can age as a result of the natural aging process as well as by external factors such as sun exposure, high temperatures, cold water, hot water or contact with chemicals.
Hand rejuvenation includes a number of different treatment options depending on the desired result:
- Restoring the volume of backs of the hands, which can be done through lipofilling, large molecule hyaluronic acid injections and calcium hydroxyapatite injections
- Restoring elasticity and tone, which can be achieved through mesotherapy, microdermabrasion and laser therapy
- Restoring the skin color, which can be achieved through chemical peeling, mesotherapy and melanoblock creams.