- Dermal fillers for hand rejuvenation offer immediate volume
- Restore skin tightness on your hands
- Bring back elasticity and volume to your hands
- Feel more confident to show all of you
- Never feel ashamed or shy to show your hands again
When judging a person’s age, it’s the hands that give it away. Usually, you think of facial treatments when considering anti-aging, but the tendons and veins on your hands show up more with age. As the skin on your hands loses elasticity, it can bunch up to look like crepe paper. Whether it’s your skin’s texture and thickness or loss of fat and tissue beneath the skin, you can rejuvenate your skin for younger-looking hands. Dermal Filler is a common immediate solution.
What to expect
What to expect
Our hand rejuvenation treatments are 100% personalized and can vary in strength, the number of sessions, and the combination of treatments. A dermal filler gel containing biocompatible calcium-based (calcium hydroxyapatite) microspheres is typically injected when restoring volume in the hands. This dermal filler provides immediate volume to deflated skin while simultaneously stimulating new collagen growth over time for natural, long-lasting results.
Once completed, your hands are massaged to distribute the filler evenly. The hands may feel stiff, and some minor swelling may occur for up to 7 days. There will be no limitation to your daily activities.
Hand rejuvenation results with dermal fillers can last up to a year or more; however, we recommend you repeat the treatment every 12 months.
The cost of hand rejuvenation treatments with dermal fillers varies from $850 and up per syringe.
The dermal filler is injected into the back of the hands. Typically, one syringe per hand is required.
- Restores skin tightness
- Brings back elasticity and volume
Before & After Photos
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- Must be 18 years or older
- Pre-authorized Debit Only
- Must be a Member
- 0% Interest If Paid In Full Within 12 months
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Have skin that is currently infected or inflamed (filler injection should be delayed until the inflammatory condition has been managed).
Have skin that is prone to excessive scarring (keloids) and/or thick scarring (hypertrophic scars).
Have a history of severe allergies or anaphylaxis.
Have a hypersensitivity to any of the components of the product (poly-L-lactic acid, sodium, carboxymethylcellulose, and/or non-pyrogenic mannitol).
You are allergic to Gram-positive bacterial proteins.
You are allergic to lidocaine.
Have recently received skin treatments, such as laser or chemical peeling, from which your skin has not yet completely healed.
You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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