The latest cosmetic treatment to hit the headlines is hand rejuvenation treatment. The news is that women are having the treatment specifically to make their hands look good for the ‘engagement selfie’ – a snapshot of their new engagement ring to post on social media networks.
The hands can often betray signs of ageing in quite a dramatic way. Being exposed to the elements just as much as the face, the hands rarely benefit from the same level of sun protection and moisturising care.
What’s more, the hands additionally suffer damage, wear and tear due to work such as day to day cleaning or sport which can cause the skin to dry out and appear thin, loose and wrinkled.
Hand Rejuvenation Treatment
Hand rejuvenation treatment is not a brand new treatment, it has been available with Dr Barbara Kubicka at Clinicbe for a number of years. However, the treatments is now better known in the mainstream as the selfie phenomenon.
At Clinicbe, hand rejuvenation is customised to suit the individual’s requirements.
The hands can be very effectively treated. Depending on the individual, treatments may include:
- Dermaroller (microneedling) to stimulate the skin’s renewal
- Dermal fillers containing hyaluronic acid, to replenish lost volume in the skin
- Mesotherapy, to nourish the skin and stimulate cell renewal
- PRP, using platelet rich plasma
- IPL (intense pulsed light treatment) to rejuvenate the skin and tackle thread veins
Dr Kubicka, MD, CIME/ICAM, MBCAM founded Clinicbe to offer a new holistic approach to skincare treatments; treating the patient as a whole in order to get the best possible results from any treatments they may have.
Private consultations include individual advice on nutrition and lifestyle to help tackle skincare issues from within and compliment professional treatments.
For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation, please contact us on 0207 125 0521 or email email@example.com