Chemical peels are a common and effective form of skin regeneration. They treat a range of common skin problems, such as fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation issues (due to sun damage, age spots, freckles etc.), blotchiness, poor texture, uneven complexion or acne.
As aesthetic research continues to progress, new chemical peels that are specifically developed to help improve the skin in certain areas have become available. I recommend the VI Peel for facial skin improvement, and there’s more here on why I recommend this peel. However, I’ve now chosen to work with some new products from the Enerpeel range – and today I want to tell you about a new treatment protocol for anti-ageing the skin of the hands.
They say our eyes are the windows to our soul, but for many of us it is our hands that reveal our true age. When treating, protecting and covering up the skin, our hands often get left out. Many patients who focus on their face can end up with thin, ageing, sun damaged hands. The decrease in collagen as we grow older means the skin lacks in elasticity, making the hands look older and thinner. Fillers are a possibility, but what is needed is a solution that tackles pigmentation as well as rejuvenating the skin.
Enerpeel have launched a product specifically created to target the skin on the back of the hands. Depending on the severity of the problem, it can be done as a superficial, superficial-medium or medium depth peel.
What’s unique in my approach is that I will combine this treatment with Dracula Therapy. Dracula Therapy is a natural form of skin rejuvenation that works by taking a sample of your own blood, spinning it in a centrifuge, and then injecting the clear plasma into your skin. This plasma is rich in growth factors, which stimulate DNA repair, heal scars and makes lacklustre skin look and feel younger. By combining these two powerful treatments the skin on the back of the hands will be revealed to be clearer and of a more even tone, more plumped and youthful.
If you want to know more about treating hands, or any of the treatments I offer, please get in touch. You can comment on this blog post, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet me @DrDanielSister, or find me on Facebook. I look forward to hearing from you.