Nonsurgical and minimally invasive treatments to rejuvenate the hands have become increasingly popular. This is partially because the hands are part of an area of our body that ages quickly so that they look bony and wrinkled while our face is still young.

As time passes, the ageing of the hands is the most common and visible sign and age spots can occur from sun damage. Hardly anyone applies sunscreen and many people tend to forget about using it on our hands, and our hormones can encourage the development of age spots. Many patients struggle to choose a treatment as there as so many different methods to erase age spots, however Sculptra is one of the most popular and reliable ones. Another sign of ageing hands is the visibility of our veins. They are easily noticed and unattractive. An injection known as Sclerotherapy can cause a clot in the vein, resulting in them disappearing.

Multiple dermatological procedures are available for hand rejuvenation, including chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser therapy (ablative and non-ablative), sclerotherapy, dermal fillers, and fat augmentation. Dermal fillers are widely used for volume restoration because they can be expected to produce a natural, smooth appearance.

The injections used for Sculptra, just like when they are used on the face, immediately re-fill the hands and give them a youthful and replenished look. The skin level is raised, when Scupltra is injected into the patient’s skin. This then encourages the veins and tendons to become less visible. The results are instant and can last from two to four years, depending on the patient and its lifestyle.

As time goes on, our hands lose the volume they once had and wrinkles become more visible. Many patients find that their hands start to look unattractive and bony. If a patient wishes to restore the volume and to reduce the visibility of wrinkles, fat grafts may be suitable for them.

If a patient has Sculptra in their hands, the volume and collagen production will be restored. The procedure can be used with fillers. This is a method that has been used for many years to restore the plumpness in our patient’s hands.

A new method of using Sculptra has been pioneered by Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi. This is what enhances the fullness and youthfulness back into his patient’s hands, avoiding the unattractive and sagging appearance, ageing hands experience.

Sculptra consists of Poly-L-lactic acid which is a synthetic product however it does cause any damage the body and naturally break itself down. The skin will appear smoother and patients will notice an increase in the elasticity and overall appearance.

Sculptra can be combined with other treatments such as Smart Skin CO2 laser. This helps to banish the pigmentation and age spots, developing a youthful look. The laser helps and encourages the skin to build up thickness by stimulating the collagen production. Using both Sculptra and CO2 laser together will enhance the final results.

The laser penetrates through the patient’s skin tissue without causing any harm or damage to the area surrounding it. If a patient has uneven skin tone or any discoloration, the laser is a reliable and safe anti-ageing treatment.

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