As we age, our hands often reveal signs of aging more prominently than other areas of the body. Wrinkles, volume loss, and visible veins can make our hands look older than we feel. Luckily, there is a simple solution for restoring youthful hands: dermal filler, but not just any old filler, biostimulatory Radiesse!
Dermal fillers are incredibly popular for their ability to restore volume, smooth wrinkles, and rejuvenate various areas of the body, including the face and hands. They are typically made of resilient hyaluronic acid which our body makes naturally and can be found in joints where it acts as a cushion and lubricant. These hyaluronic acid fillers work by adding volume to the targeted area and giving us a more youthful appearance.
Radiesse, a special biostimulant filler, is different from other dermal fillers due to the material it is made from and how it addresses volume loss. It is uniquely formulated with tiny calcium-based microspheres suspended in a water-based gel, which stimulates collagen production and prolongs the effects of the filler.
Unlike hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers that only provide immediate results, Radiesse has the added advantage of stimulating collagen production. As the body gradually absorbs the Radiesse, the calcium microspheres remain and encourage the body to produce new collagen. This natural collagen production helps to restore and maintain volume in the hands for a longer period. As a result, Radiesse offers one of the longest-lasting results of any dermal filler. It can provide improvements for up to 12 to 18 months, which means fewer visits for maintenance compared to other fillers. Because Radiesse is able to stimulate natural collagen produced by your own body, the results are very natural looking and it does not create a "puffy" or overdone look.
Injectors choose Radiesse for hand rejuvenation because of its unique composition and longevity. Unlike other hyaluronic acid fillers, Radiesse will improve your skin both instantaneously and over time. Book your appointment today!