Hand Rejuvenation Newark

The contributing factors for aging of our hands are multifactorial including genetically based aging as well as environmentally induced aging. Environmental factors include unprotected sun exposure, weight fluctuations, hydration status, hormonal changes , medications and more. As we “age”, our hands are subjected to the same aging process of loss of collagen and elastin support to produce thin sunken hands as well as brown discoloration from sun exposure and hormonal changes. There are antiaging treatment options for hand rejuvenation that are designed to focus on either the thinning/sagging skin or brownish discoloration of the skin.

BTL Exilis Ultra

  • Noninvasive Radiofrequency to stimulate collagen production of the hand to rebuild the aging collagen and create a firmer and thicker appearing skin
  • No needles, downtime or risks
  • 3 to 4 treatments every 1-2 weeks with a maintenance treatment every 3-6 months on a long term basis

Chemical Peels

  • focuses on brownish discoloration with some tightening of the skin
  • one time treatment in office with topical numbing cream
  • minimal downtime and risks

IPL (Intense Pulse Light)

  • same as chemical peels with less downtime
  • can be combined with décolletage of the upper chest at the same time


  • dermal fillers, Juvederm or Restylane to correct sunken and loose appearance of the skin of the hands
  • immediate results,  lasts 6 to 9 months
  • minimal risks with some bruising and swelling
  • Sculptra another very good option, takes up to 4 weeks to see visible results but lasts up to 2 years

Fat Grafts with PRP

  • minimally invasive procedure, 45 minutes
  • local anesthesia
  • fat harvested from abdomen and centrifuged
  • blood draw to process PRP which is then mixed with fat graft
  • injected into hands
  • expect swelling and bruising up to a week
  • as long as weight is stable, despite some loss of the fat graft (%60-70 survival), the remaining fat grafts are permanent