Our hands often give away our age before our face, because the skin on the back of the hand is much thinner than that on your face to start and most people forget to protect their hands from daily sun exposure.
Sun spots sometimes mistakenly called “liver spots” may be the first signs of “aging hands”. In addition, because there is very little fat on the backs of the hands, even a small amount of collagen or elastin fiber break down -- which is part of normal aging and accelerated by sun exposure -- has a noticeable impact on your hands. The end result is wrinkly, crinkly crepe-like skin texture and the noticeable appearance of bulging blue veins with easy bruising.
Dr. Heather Roberts recommends several non-invasive treatments including Photofacials, other lasers, chemical peels, dermal fillers and skin care products to make your hands appear more youthful.