Dermal fillers are a well-known cosmetic treatment. Many women use injectable treatments as a way to reduce the signs of aging on their face or neck. Used to fill in areas under the skin, fillers address facial lines, wrinkles and deep creases, resulting in an appearance that is both smoother and younger-looking.
This popular treatment option has a variety of uses. From the forehead to the jaw line, fillers give you the ‘plump’ that slowly goes away with age. While injectables are highlighted by the media on a daily basis (hello Kylie Jenner’s lips!), it’s not very often you hear about the cosmetic treatment being utilized for aging hands.
Treating the Hands with Volumizing Fillers
As explained in our previous blog post, dermal fillers are an integral step in the hand rejuvenation process.
There are a variety of dermal fillers that can be used for anti-aging treatments. It is best to consult with a skin care expert to learn which filler is best for your specific needs. The experienced Palo Alto team offers complementary consultations in which your specific needs are addressed and a treatment plan is put into place.
The Best Filler for the Hands
Radiesse, a popular injectable that has been FDA-cleared for use in the hands, stimulates collagen, addressing the lack of volume associated with aging. With results that can last a year or more, this is a treatment that many women are adding to their anti-aging regimen. This treatment has become so popular that it was recently highlighted by Good Morning America, as seen below.
Other popular injectable fillers have hyaluronic acid, such as Restylane, Juvéderm, Silk and Belotero. These fillers offer results that can last a year or longer, and since hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body, the injection naturally dissolves over time.
Hand Rejuvenation Treatments
In your quest for younger-looking hands, the best advice we can give is to schedule a consultation with our skin care experts. During your consultation, you will learn which treatment is best for your specific needs, along with a recommended course of treatment.
Schedule your consultation today by calling our office at 650.565.8683 or visit our contact page.