Have you been training so hard at the gym that your muscles are growing as well as the calluses on your hands.
Why calluses on hands appear?
Calluses often appear on hands and can look unsightly and don’t feel very good. Excessive and repetitive friction on that area of the hands can cause calluses.
What can be done?
There are certain precautions you can take in advance to avoid their appearance. As well as home care and professional treatments for your hands. Are your hands still as smooth, supple and taut as they once were or do they look old and wrinkled?
Why hands age?
Because the skin on the back of the hands is extremely thin, losing even a minimal amount of fat padding creates a crepe-like, aged look. Hands not only are susceptible to the first signs of aging but very often age even faster than the face. That’s because the skin on the back of the hand is much thinner than that on your face. There is very little fat on the backs of the hands, so when even a small amount of collagen or elastin fibers begins to break down which is part of the normal aging process and partly from sun exposure, it's going to have a noticeable impact on your hands.
How do I keep hands looking younger?
By stimulating new collagen and elastin, the treatments restore the skin's underlying support structure, making wrinkles disappear. Within several weeks you replace some of the firm, tight look of youthful skin. One key to keeping young hands looking young is to avoid direct sunlight. The next best thing is to coat your hands with a good sunscreen several times a day.
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your hands, you can actually do something about it.
But you don't have to throw up your hands and give in without a fight.
Book an appointment and check how can we help.