Anti ageing and cosmetic procedures in past and present years are largely focused on the face, despite the hands being the first area to show signs of ageing. This is due to loss of dermal elasticity and atrophy of the subcutaneous tissue. Hands are on show just as much as the face, this is why there has been a recent shift in concentration, with hand rejuvenation becoming more and more popular.
Filler is injected superficially into the dermal layer of the hands. The filler is injected runny and flowable, which in time will toughen up once it has been able to cover the majority of the hand surface. It can last as long as two years and because the filler is placed so superficially, the procedure is basically painless.