The neck area can be subject to a number of issues such as sagging skin. As we age, our levels of collagen and elastin and fat stores reduce, particularly in the neck zone. This create...
Wrinkly Hands Treatments at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic
The ageing process causes the skin in our hands to lose fat stores and collagen, resulting in a loss of volume and firmness. This reduces skin elasticity, making the skin in our hands look thinner and more wrinkled.
There are four non-invasive hand rejuvenation treatments to help minimise the appearance of this tell-tale sign of ageing. Restore youthful-looking smoothness to wrinkly hands and wrinkly fingers with our leading techniques. All are non-surgical, non-invasive hand lifts.
Profhilo is a highly effective treatment to boost volume and tissue strength in our hands. It uses hyaluronic acid (HA) with a much higher concentration to remodel and improve skin quality. So rather than just adding volume like a filler, it acts to improve skin tissue by boosting and hydrating the skin as well as lifting and tightening sagging tissue in the hands.
Radiesse® is an injectable dermal filler and collagen stimulator that improves volume loss in the back of wrinkly hands. It also improves overall skin quality and visibly rejuvenates the hands. Because Radiesse also acts as a collagen stimulator, results are progressive and long-lasting.
Restylane® Skinboosters™ are particularly suitable for targeting the delicate skin on the back of the hands. They hydrate skin deep in the dermis for ongoing hand hydration, thereby diminishing the appearance of veiny hands and making hands softer and smoother.
Ultherapy is a leading skin tightening procedure that has undergone a clinical trial for hand skin tightening.* By stimulating collagen production in deep layers of the skin using its advanced ultrasound technology, it can help to tighten the crinkly, crepe-like texture of aged, wrinkly hands while improving the appearance of bulging veins in the hands. *Safety and Efficacy Evaluation of Ultherapy™ System in Aging Hand (February 2015).
If you would like to find out more about this condition and our available treatments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our expert practitioners at our clinics in London and Buckinghamshire.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.