How do our hands age?
The skin on the back of our hands are much thinner
Our hands display clues of ageing with brown spots, wrinkly skin texture, and bulging veins that tend to increase in size over time. This happens largely because of the skin on the back of our hands are much thinner. When collagen or elastin fibers begin to break down due to age and sun exposure, the impact on our hands becomes obvious - dry and wrinkly skin, bony looking and brown spots.
WIth appropriate treatment, it is possible to:
- Achieve smooth and hydrated skin of the hands
- Obtain fuller hands that looks healthy
- Reduce the brown spots
A personal consultation with the doctor is required prior to any treatment, in order to create a customized plan that will ensure optimal results for you.