Next to your face, the skin on your hands is the most exposed part of your body. Hard to protect, your hands are frequently exposed to a wide range of abuse on a daily basis along with your genes and gravity as we age.. From the sun to the cold, cleaning detergents and washing up, the delicate skin on our hands is certainly put through its paces.

Typically, the first signs of ageing hands start in the 40s, and 50s with the appearance of age spots also referred to as liver or sunspots. These are flat areas of dark pigmentation that often appear on the face, chest, arms, shoulder, and hands – in other words, those areas most exposed to the sun. They are caused by the production of excess melanin in the skin as a direct result of exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Those patients in their 50s and 60s, the skin will become thinner, and you will notice a loss of volume and fat causing the underlying bones, tendons, and veins to become more prominent. In women, depleting oestrogen levels resulting from menopause will cause the skin to be less plump and fleshy, making them far more vulnerable to the ageing process.

There are non-invasive hand rejuvenation treatments that will help to restore volume, rehydrate and plump out the skin to hide the veiny and bony prominences and the result will be very natural looking.

Book a consultation here with Dr Prerna Mittal to ensure this procedure is right for you.

*Patients experiences will vary dependent on age, lifestyle and medical history

Book an appointment for Dr Mittal to discuss your options, suitability and any risks or complications that may arise as a result of the treatment.  The initial consultation and treatment can often be done within the same appointment. Most consultations take up to 30 minutes or an hour depending on the number of treatments being undertaken or if numbing cream is to be applied.

Dr Mittal uses a range of dermal fillers from Belotero Soft, Profhilo and Radiesse® which all are dermal fillers that rejuvenate hands by boosting, hydrating and tightening sagging skin. Radiesse® also acts as a collagen stimulator so results are long-lasting and progressive.

To get the best results we recommend at least three treatments at the end of each month for each hand. Once you have had your first round of treatment, we recommend that you repeat the treatment every six months, depending on your skin’s condition.

There is little or no downtime so you can go back to your normal activities straight away.

Many of our patients at the Hunar Clinic have found the procedure more comfortable than expected and you may experience slight redness or minor bruising around the treatment areas after having an injection.

There may be some swelling and bruising present so the patient may need up to 14 days for the filler to fully integrate within the skin’s tissues and give the final more natural appearance.

Dermal fillers can last between 15 and 24 months and you will need to return for top-up treatments depending on how long it lasts for you, as all patients vary.

*Patients experiences will vary dependent on age, lifestyle and medical history

Dr Prerna Mittal will discuss the options with you at your consultation as treatments vary according to the patient, the number of procedures you are having, the brand and how much is required.

Dr Prerna Mittal will discuss the options with you at your consultation as treatments vary according to the patient, the number of procedures you are having, the brand and how much is required.

Treatment Prices from
Dermal Fillers for Lips   £350
Dermal Fillers for Cheeks   £500
Dermal Fillers for Marionette lines   £300
Dermal Fillers for Nasolabial folds   £350
Dermal Fillers for Perioral Lines   £300
Ellanse® x 1ml   £375
Ellanse® x 2ml   £550
Radiesse® x 2ml   £550
Juvaderm® 1ml   £375
Juvaderm® 2ml   £500
Profhilo® x 1ml £270
Profhilo® x 2ml £500

Other areas treated by dermal fillers include: cheek, chin, jaw, lips, lipstick/smoker’s lines, nasolabial and marionette lines and tear troughs

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