Revitalizing Hands with PRP Therapy

Revitalize your hands using the innovative PRP therapy, a non-invasive and straightforward procedure leveraging the power of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This treatment effectively addresses concerns like skin thinning, dryness, wrinkles, and loss of volume in the hands, often resulting from aging and sun damage. PRP is a potent mixture of growth factors, platelets, and cytokines, all naturally occurring in the body, which foster regenerative processes like collagen production and tissue remodeling, enhancing skin health.

Procedure Duration:

1 Hour

Recovery Period:

1-2 Weeks


Highly Effective

Pre-Treatment Steps

Your journey begins with a thorough consultation and physical examination, post which your surgeon will provide a set of pre-operative guidelines tailored to your needs. Common preparatory steps include addressing hand wrinkles, age spots, volume loss due to aging, setting realistic outcome expectations, and ensuring overall physical and psychological wellness.

The Procedure

PRP hand rejuvenation showcases the remarkable self-healing abilities of the human body, leveraging the patient’s blood for rejuvenation and restoration. This swift process, typically completed in under an hour, unfolds through a series of critical steps. Initially, blood is extracted and deposited into a sterile container. Subsequently, this sample undergoes centrifugation to isolate the PRP, a key component in the rejuvenation process. To accommodate individuals with low pain tolerance, a numbing cream can be administered to the hands, ensuring a comfortable experience. Following the procedure, a cooling gel may be applied to provide extra soothing and enhance the overall comfort, marking the conclusion of this innovative and restorative treatment.

Post-Treatment Care

Post-procedure care is crucial for optimal results and recovery:

  1. Refrain from intense physical activities and heavy lifting for six weeks.
  2. Stay hydrated to facilitate healing.
  3. Use ice packs to minimize swelling.
  4. Avoid painkillers and anticoagulants for a specified period.
  5. Apply sunblock on your hands before sun exposure.


Opting for PRP hand rejuvenation presents a myriad of benefits, making it a standout choice for those seeking to enhance the appearance of their hands. This innovative treatment is celebrated for its natural and non-toxic methodology, utilizing the patient’s own blood, thus eliminating concerns over allergic reactions commonly associated with synthetic materials. Patients are drawn to this option not only for its safety profile but also for its durability. The results from PRP hand rejuvenation often outlast those achieved with traditional fillers, offering a more enduring solution to signs of aging. This combination of safety, natural approach, and longevity in results underscores why PRP hand rejuvenation is increasingly preferred by individuals aiming for youthful and healthy-looking hands.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can PRP Hand Rejuvenation be combined with other treatments?

Yes, it can be combined with other cosmetic treatments for the hands, such as fillers or laser therapy, for enhanced results. Your practitioner can recommend a comprehensive treatment plan based on your specific needs.

Who is an ideal candidate for PRP Hand Rejuvenation?

Ideal candidates are individuals looking to improve the appearance of their hands due to aging, sun damage, or other factors. It’s important to have realistic expectations and be in good general health.

When can I expect to see results from PRP Hand Rejuvenation?

While some effects can be noticed soon after the treatment, the full benefits are typically visible within a few weeks to months as the body generates new tissue.

How long do the results of PRP Hand Rejuvenation last?

Results can vary, but many patients enjoy the benefits for several months to over a year. The treatment can be repeated to maintain the desired effects.

What is the recovery time after PRP Hand Rejuvenation?

Recovery time is relatively short. Most patients can return to their daily activities immediately, although it’s recommended to avoid strenuous activities for a few days

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