Our hands are one of the markers (like a neck with a décolleté, earlobes), by which it is very easy to understand that the 18th birthday is long over. It is on the hands at the first meeting with a person that our gaze falls consciously or unconsciously. Therefore, it must be remembered that the aging of the skin of the hands begins earlier than the aging of the skin of the face. This happens because the skin of the hands is very thin: just like the skin around the eyes and on the neck, it is almost devoid of a layer of subcutaneous tissue, which produces a sufficient layer of fatty film that protects the skin from numerous destructive external factors. In addition, such a film prevents moisture loss, which becomes a natural protection against the appearance of wrinkles. There is practically no such protective film on the hands.
In addition, after 25 years in the human body, the processes of skin renewal begin to slow down: the synthesis of collagen and elastin fibers, which are responsible for firmness and elasticity, decreases. At the same time, blood circulation throughout the body slows down, which provokes difficulty in skin "breathing" and, accordingly, nutrition, skin. Gradually, the skin becomes more rough and flabby. In addition, over time, veins and vessels shine through the surface layer, tendons are contoured.
Age-related age spots are added, resulting from the thinning of the basement membrane that separates the epidermis (the top layer of the skin) from the dermis (the underlying layer of the skin). As a result, the pigment embedded in the deep layers of the skin begins to appear on the surface, unevenly forming age spots.
Cosmetic plastic hand surgery is able to get rid of the entire complex of age-related problems, restore skin elasticity, and improve the synthesis of collagen and elastin.
What problems does hand plastics fight?
With the help of injections and hardware procedures, you can solve problems such as:
1. loss of fatty tissue;
3. thinning and dry skin, decreased elasticity;
4. wrinkles and folds;
5. photoaging, roughness;
6. grayish or yellowish tint;
7. contouring of superficial veins.
The best hand skin rejuvenation techniques.
The emergence of the newest injection and hardware techniques, as well as the creation of fillers designed to solve the problems of the aging dermis, have made hand skin improvement a simple and affordable procedure.
Biorevitalization is the easiest and fastest way to correct age-related disorders. The procedure delivers hyaluronic acid to the deep layers of the skin, thereby providing long-term hydration and protection. Deep hydration of the dermis improves tone, slows down aging processes, improves the color and structure of tissues, and also removes small wrinkles and folds.
In addition, the procedure has a complex healing effect: it stimulates the production of its own hyaluronate, improves the regeneration of the intercellular space and protects the skin from the effects of antioxidants.
Biorevitalization is often prescribed as a preparation for chemical peeling, fractional photothermolysis, IPL and during the recovery period after them.
Who is the procedure indicated for?
Hyaluronic acid injections have no age restrictions. They are indicated when the first signs of dryness and lethargy appear.
A procedure similar to biorevitalization, but not only hyaluronic acid is used as injections, but a whole range of nutrients.
Competently selected drugs for mesotherapy or a cocktail of them help to eliminate a lot of cosmetic problems: dry skin of the hands, folds, wrinkles, loss of tone and elasticity.
In addition, the procedure provides good tissue tightening, and also has a bright healing and antioxidant effect.
Injections will relieve hyperpigmentation and small scars, tighten the skin, restore a healthy color and an even tone. Often, mesotherapy is prescribed for the treatment of dermatological diseases on the hands - focal neurodermatitis, eczema, keratosis, nail dystrophy.
For those who are afraid of injections, there is non-injection mesotherapy. It is no less effective than the classic version, but requires more procedures.
The result lasts for six months. It can be prolonged by taking a second course or performing a series of supporting sessions once a month.
Who is the procedure recommended for?
Mesotherapy also has no age restrictions. It is ideal for patients with dry and loose skin of the hands, covered with wrinkles and folds.
The procedure helps to restore the lost volume, smooth out protruding veins, and give the brushes a pleasant roundness. The technique is based on the subcutaneous injection of fillers with hyaluronic acid.
Since hyaluronate is a natural component of the human body, there are practically no allergic reactions to the procedure. For the introduction of fillers under the skin of the hands, atraumatic cannulas are used - surgical needles in the form of a soft tube, which allow the rejuvenation procedure to be carried out without pain and to prevent the appearance of hematomas.