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Radiesse for Hands: How Does It Work?

‘Tis the season for engagements – and if you’re already starting to plan your engagement photo shoot or wedding photos, you’re probably thinking how you can look your absolute best.

For a lot of clients, that means making your hands look as clean, polished, and young as possible. If you’re worried about how your hands will look while showing off your brand-new diamond ring, Radiesse can help take years off of your hands’ appearance in as little as one to two weeks.

Radiesse Treatments for Youthful Hands

Radiesse is an FDA-approved injection that uses hyaluronic acid to gently but effectively replace lost volume at the injection site. This volumization effect helps to smooth away wrinkles and fine lines, all while minimizing the appearance of prominent hand veins. In addition to these benefits, Radiesse can encourage long-term collagen production, helping to keep your hand skin looking firmer and younger for longer.

*Individual Results May Vary 

What to Expect From Radiesse

Radiesse injections are simple and straightforward; the procedure itself takes about twenty minutes to perform. You should only need one treatment session to see your ideal results; these results usually appear about two weeks after the procedure. At that point, you should begin to see prominent hand veins begin to disappear, along with fading wrinkles and lines. Results can last anywhere from one to two years!

If you have brown spots or hyperpigmentation on your hands, Total Dermatology can provide you with IPL treatments or laser skin resurfacing to help tackle pigmented skin.

Take the Next Step

Make sure your hands are ready to show off your beautiful diamond ring. Schedule your Radiesse consultation with board certified dermatologist Dr. Nissan Pilest at Total Dermatology in Irvine, CA today. (949) 727-3800

*Individual Results May Vary 

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By |2019-03-22T10:48:42-07:00October 30th, 2018|Anti-aging, Dermal Fillers & Injectables|Comments Off on Radiesse for Hands: How Does It Work?

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