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No matter how much effort we put forth towards making our facial skin look younger and more beautiful, our hands can give ...
away our true age. Dr. Schultz will share how to "turn back the hands of time" to make your hands look just as young as your face.
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Dr. Neal Schultz: Hello, I'm Dr. Neal Schultz, and welcome to the DermTV.
Men and women spend so much time, money and resources trying to make their facial skin look five, ten, and even fifteen years younger. Then they go out socially and they shake hands with somebody new and their extended hand is seen and the back of their hand gives away their real age because they haven't put any time or tention into making their hands look as young as their face. What are the issues that affect the skin of your hands; same three categories that affect your face. Color issues, Texture issues and Contour issues. With color issues, its brown blotches or even brown discreet spots called liver spots, age spots or sun spots, no reds like you have on your face.
For texture issues, it's very similar to your face. The skin looks dull, tired, matte, and flaky. For contour issues because of a loss of substance and particularity, a loss of fat on the back of your hand, you start to see bulging tendons and the veins start to look more prominent, almost as if from the wrist to the knuckle you have these tubular structures that are parallel out to each other in each of the grooves here. So, what can you do to make your hands look just as young as the skin of your face? For color correction to make your hands look ten to fifteen years younger, rapidly in a period of one or two weeks laser off the brown spots or the brown blotches, it's a dramatic difference. If you don't have it lasered, you can use topical bleaches to gradually lighten them over a period of weeks or months.
For texture issues, it's the same texture treatments that we do for your facial skin. It's mostly exfoliation with glycolics or salicylic products to take away that dull skin, to take away that flaky skin that has been held on that makes the skin look so dull. For contour corrections, since we are correcting a loss of volume we would need the volume restorers and those are filler materials like restylne, or cosmoderm, or sculptra, and even juvaderm. Some people actually have their own fat taken out and injected into this area and that's also a very effective way of restoring the volume.
So, the next time you shakehands with somebody, if you want to make sure that your hands don't give away your real age, then see your dermatologist to have treatments for the skin of the back of your hands. So, just the way your facial skin can lie about your age, now your hand skin can also lie about your age.
Please join me again at DermTV.com. If you have a question, please send it to me by visiting dermtv.com/question. I'm Dr. Neal Schultz and thank you for watching today.