Restylane Lyft for Hands
When individuals think about combating the signs of aging, their focus is usually on wrinkles, volume loss, and discoloration on their face, eyes, and neck.
However, men and women have become increasingly bothered by the appearance of their hands and believe that this part of the body is making them look older.
In fact, many patients feel as though their hands reveal their age and don’t match their youthful faces and necks. To properly address these concerns, Galderma has secured FDA-approval for Restylane Lyft hand rejuvenation.
Here’s what patients need to know about this ground-breaking use of hand injections to reverse the signs of ageing.
What Is Restylane Lyft for Hand Rejuvenation?
Restylane Lyft is a dermal filler that can now be injected under the skin to restore fullness to the back of the hands. It’s made of larger particles of hyaluronic acid to provide lifting of skin that has lost elasticity and collagen.
Additionally, Restylane Lyft is the first and only hyaluronic acid filler to gain FDA-approval for hand rejuvenation and use on an area other than the face.
Who’s a Good Candidate for Hand Injections With Restylane Lyft?
This treatment is popular among women and men that want to look younger and know that the appearance of their hands can age them.
Many of the patients that are currently seeking Restylane Lyft hand rejuvenation range between 45-85 years of age, but any healthy adult could be a potential candidate for hand injections.
Why Should Patients Have Hand Injections to Reverse the Signs of Aging?
Restylane Lyft for hand rejuvenation is becoming an extremely popular procedure because it’s quick, low-risk, and has no downtime.
Plus, one session lasting 10-15 minutes can add volume and conceal protruding veins, tendons, and bones that make the hands and patient appear older.
Why Is It so Important to Seek a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon for Hand Injections?
Men and women interested in hand rejuvenation with Restylane Lyft should first and foremost seek a skilled and board-certified plastic surgeon for their treatment.
Injector expertise is essential, as an unqualified provider could improperly inject the filler into blood vessels and cause scarring, numbness, and decreased range of motion.