How to Help Hands Look Younger After Restalyne Fillers

If you are looking for ways to help hands look younger, contact Dr. Gallacher to discuss the treatment options available. He will be able to advise you on the best methods and discuss the risks of the procedure. After the treatment, you should avoid strenuous activities to minimize the possibility of side effects.


You may have heard about the benefits of massage for hands after restalyne fillers, but you may be wondering how exactly it works. It can help your hands after injection because massage can coax the filler back to its correct location. Before massaging your hands, you should make sure that the affected area is healed and has no visible bruises or swelling. The injected areas are usually malleable for a few days, and it is important to follow the doctor’s instructions regarding massage.

Avoid strenuous activity

After restalyne fillers, it is important to avoid strenuous activity to help with healing. This is because certain types of physical activity can cause bruising or swelling. You should avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours after the procedure. In addition, avoid exposure to extreme heat and sunlight. It is also a good idea to elevate your hands to reduce swelling. Massages can also help.

If you have dermal fillers on your hands, it is a good idea to limit your time outdoors and limit your time in hot environments. The heat from the sun can break down the filler and make it less effective. UV rays can also cause the filler to break down faster.

Most patients notice results almost immediately, but it is important to avoid strenuous activity after the procedure. You should be able to resume your normal activities as soon as you feel comfortable. However, it is best not to manipulate or press on the area, which may cause swelling. It is also recommended that you sleep with a pillow under your head. The effects of restalyne fillers can last anywhere from 10 months to two years. You can also opt for subsequent treatments if you feel that you need more filler.

It is important to avoid alcohol for a few days after the treatment. It can thin the blood, slow down skin healing, and interfere with the filler’s settling process. Alcohol also causes facial flushing and can prevent the filler from settling properly.

Choosing the right provider

Hands can often be one of the first areas to show signs of aging, but they can also be treated with dermal fillers. Restalyne fillers such as Radiesse and Restylane Lyft are FDA approved for use on the hands. These procedures can help restore volume and smooth hand skin.

Choosing the right provider is crucial for optimum results. While all hand fillers have certain risks and side effects, a well-trained physician injector will be able to minimize the likelihood of adverse outcomes. Regardless of the type of hand filler used, there are a few key factors to consider before selecting a treatment provider.

Side effects

Restalyne fillers for hands can be a great option for patients who would like smoother hands. The treatment consists of injections of hyaluronic acid into the hands, which restores volume. This procedure has been used in cosmetic procedures for years and is now FDA approved for use in the hands. It is injected above the connective tissue that covers bones, tendons, and veins. Its long-term results can last up to two years.

Some patients may experience bruising, swelling, and pain after the treatment. However, these side effects are generally temporary, lasting less than seven days in the hands and fourteen to 18 days in the lips. Because of these side effects, patients are encouraged to have only one treatment with Restalyne. It is also important to limit the amount of the treatment to 3.0 mL per hand.

Injection site infections are a possibility with any procedure. Always follow your doctor’s orders after receiving the injection and know how to identify an infection. There have also been instances of anaphylactic shock and allergic reaction with Restalyne(r). These are rare but should not be ignored.

There are a variety of strategies to reduce the risks of these side effects, but it is important to understand the different products and how they interact with each other. Using an experienced injector will help minimize the likelihood of any adverse side effects. For example, proper technique will minimize pain during the treatment.

Adverse events

Restalyne fillers are a popular procedure for hand rejuvenation. The procedure requires little to no downtime and involves little or no restrictions. However, you should avoid heavy movements for a day or so. You should also protect your hands from the sun.

Restylane fillers are made of hyaluronic acid. They are injected into the dermis just beneath the surface of the skin. They are placed in the superficial layer of the hand, above underlying tendons, and below the veins. They are usually placed using a microcannula technique, which reduces the risk of bruising and pain. A recent study found that 89 patients had an average volume increase in their hands after Restylane injections, and the majority of side effects were mild.