Hand rejuvenation

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Brown spots are treated with a hydroquinone-based cream prescribed in consultation.

Fine lines and hyperpigmentation are treated with a light chemical peel using TCA (trichloroacetic acid).


This simple technique is performed under local anaesthetic, and involves taking your own fat, preparing it and then carefully injecting it into the grooves between bones, over veins and tendons. This fat will also fill in joints that have become too large over the years. The skin will regain its thickness and become of better quality. The final result can be seen after 3 months, once part of the injected fat has resorbed.

Dermal Fillers

This is an alternative to autologous fat, but the result is not permanent, as this product is resorbable. One or two sessions should be scheduled every two years or so. Hyaluronic acid has been used successfully for over 20 years to fill hollows and restore volume to various anatomical regions of the face. The procedure is carried out in consultation under local anaesthetic and must be repeated every two to three years.