Due to healthier lifestyles, skin care routines and an increase in cosmetic procedures, people are looking younger and younger for a lot longer. However, aging hands tend to give away somebody's true age. A recent study in the Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Journal in August 2012 revealed new options for fighting aging hands.
There is no doubt that the anti-aging industry is booming and many people are opting for some type of treatments to have a more youthful look. The most common area for exuding a younger appearance is unsurprisingly the face. However, the hands can easily give away someone’s secret since they are very susceptible to aging and most people don’t take extra measures to protect them.
Many patients are realizing that their youthful faces and physically toned bodies seem to mismatch with their aging hands. That is why there has been a significant increase in procedures in order to make our hands look younger. Aging hands can be discernible by the appearance of thin skin, age spots, wrinkles, and protruding veins.
“Almost everyone can understand why people tend to focus on the face when it comes to looking younger. The face is what humans spend the most time interacting with in normal everyday life,” says Dr. Sam Speron, Chicago hand plastic surgeon and consumer advocate. “However, everyone focuses on the face and forgets about the hands! There are some very basic and simple nonsurgical hand rejuvenation techniques like Injectables and laser treatments.”
Injectables such as fat injections, stem cell injections, Restylane, Juvederm or Radiesse can be used in order to plump up the hands and hide unsightly, bulging veins.
Laser treatments, such as photofacials, have been found to be very helpful in removing any sun damage such as age spots or wrinkles. Pairing photofacials with microdermabrasion treatments is a great way for making the hands look healthier and getting rid of any uneven appearance or pigmentation.
As for prevention of hand aging, it is generally recommended to apply daily sun protection on the hands like you would on the face. This can greatly minimize any sun damage, wrinkles, or age spots. Using a retin-a product on the hands has also been found to help fight aging.
For more nonsurgical hand rejuvenation or Chicago hand cosmetic surgery information, please visit our website at http://www.parkridgemedicalspa.com, http://www.prplastic.com, call us at 847.696.9900 or email us at prplastic(at)yahoo(dot)com. To order skin care, anti-aging or herbal supplements, please see our website at prskincare.com.
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