Cosmetic Treatments: Hands

Your hands are one of the first parts of the body to show significant signs of aging. That is why many people opt for various aesthetic treatment options to keep their hands looking youthful for as long as possible. Sun spots, varicose veins, volume loss, hyperpigmentation, and more occur naturally with age, but can be corrected with a variety of minimally-invasive procedures. 

Common Concerns

Hands naturally start losing volume around age 40, resulting in wrinkles, protruding veins, sagging skin, and discoloration. If you are experiencing any of these aesthetic conditions and desire more youthful-looking hands, we offer numerous treatments for hand rejuvenation. 

Treatment Options

It Aesthetix offers a variety of treatment options for hand rejuvenation – all performed by a team of surgically-trained physician assistants and licensed aestheticians. Our medspa facilities use only the highest quality products and state-of-the-art equipment to achieve effective, natural-looking results.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Laser skin rejuvenation can be used to treat hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, and more. Our team offers laser skin resurfacing using an ablative erbium laser which vaporizes the layer of damaged skin to reveal fresh, new skin underneath. 

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, debris, and sebum, and promote blood circulation to lighten dark spots or discoloration, giving your hands a softer and more even-toned appearance. 


Microdermabrasion is a popular treatment that is both relaxing and effective at treating a variety of common skin concerns. As opposed to chemical exfoliation, microdermabrasion manually exfoliates with a diamond tip wand, removing dead skin cells and debris from your skin with ease. 
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Radiesse® is an injectable anti-aging treatment made of calcium hydroxylapatite in a water-based gel. This type of filler can be used for correction of volume loss in the dorsum (or back) of the hand that occurs with aging.

Injection Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure used to treat varicose veins and spider veins. During the procedure, a solution is injected into the vein, which causes the vein to scar and close. Over time, the treated vein will fade and become less noticeable. 

Are Hand Rejuvenation Treatments Right for Me?

Hand rejuvenation treatments can be used to address a variety of concerns, including wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, and volume loss. If you are interested in improving the appearance of your hands and are in good overall health, you may be a good candidate for hand rejuvenation treatments.

It's important to consult with a qualified cosmetic provider to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for you. During your consultation, we will assess your skin and discuss your goals and any concerns you may have. We will then recommend the most suitable treatment options based on your individual needs and expectations.

Beauty Benefits of Hand Rejuvenation Treatments

Our hands are one of the most utilized and often neglected parts of our bodies. They play an important role in our daily interactions with others, from shaking someone’s hand to waving hello to a friend or loved one, it’s nice to have our hands always looking their best. If your hands are starting to show signs of aging such as volume loss, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, or protruding veins,  hand rejuvenation treatments may be a good option for you! 

Hand Rejuvenation Treatments Near Me

Find a location near you and experience the highest quality hand rejuvenation treatments in New Jersey. 


How long do hand fillers last?
Radiesse fillers in the hands can last up to a year.
How does injection sclerotherapy work?
Injection sclerotherapy injects a liquid into the veins you wish to target and causes the vein to shut down. This is a safe treatment for spider veins in the hands and may take 1 to 3 treatments sessions to achieve your desired results. 
Are fillers on the hands safe?
Fillers on the back of the hands and up into the fingers are very safe under the care of a trained medical professional. 
How much filler will I need?
The amount of filler needed will depend on the results you are hoping to achieve. Book a consultation with one of our trained professionals to discuss the amount of treatment needed to reach your desired results.
Are there any side effects from fillers?
Filler treatments in the hands may cause slight swelling or bruising in the hands for several days after the procedure. 
Do hand fillers hurt?
Topical numbing creams are typically used to numb the treatment area before the procedure to minimize pain. Patients may feel a pinching sensation as the fillers are being injected, but pain levels should be manageable.