Bruising, swelling, lumps
Avoid touching for two hours
From £415 for 1ml
Our hands say a lot about us which is why it’s so important we look after them. They’re often the first point of contact when we meet, allow us to express ourselves and, in many cultures where modesty prevails, have long been significant in indicating beauty.
When well-manicured and well cared-for, they show not only elegance but confidence and self-respect.
But much like the face, they can soon reveal tell-tale signs of age, thanks to the fact that they lose collagen and fat, exposing tendons, leading to wrinkling and giving a bony, veiny appearance that can be aesthetically unpleasant.
Our hands are also frequently exposed to the elements – and they have a more delicate composition than you might have realised.
But we can restore these quite easily by injecting Profhilo or collagen-stimulating fillers, such as Radiesse, to smooth and plump the skin, camouflaging unsightly tendons and restoring elasticity to your skin with a simple, painless – and long-lasting procedure.
What does hand rejuvenation filler do?
Firstly, we tend to target the backs of the hands, not the palms or individual fingers. Simple, strategic injections under the dermal layer rejuvenate the hands by increasing volume and subtly plumping them for a younger appearance.
Are there any side-effects?
Not usually, but some people can experience bruising, swelling or lumps with hand rejuvenation filler, although these are rare and temporary.