Add Volume to Your Hands With Sculptra

Sculptra Bellevue WA The skin on your hands has seen more sun than you are probably aware of— making them one of the most sun-damaged parts of your body. And, the more sun damaged your skin is, the earlier it will show signs of aging and will lose elasticity. Luckily, Dr. Kristin Tarbet has a method she can use to help restore the texture and appearance of the skin on your hands without you having to go under the knife. Sound too good to be true? Read on to learn more.

It’s All About the Sculptra

Sculptra is an FDA approved injectable that is used to treat a variety of cosmetic issues and concerns including restoring volume to your chin, cheeks, hands, under eyes and temples. By adding volume directly into your hands, Sculptra can give you real results in virtually no time at all. And, because it’s non-invasive, you won’t have to worry about going under the knife or taking any time off of work to recover.

How Does It Vary?

The unique thing about Sculptra is that unlike fillers like Juvederm and Restylane, it is FDA approved to be used in areas of your body like your hands. As such, Sculptra gives Dr. Kristin Tarbet a little bit more flexibility to correct cosmetic issues without restrictions. Additionally,  although Juvederm and Restylane last the upwards of one year, Sculptra can last for twice as long— giving you smoother, more youthful looking hands for up to two years.

As you age, certain parts of your body— your hands included— can make you feel self-conscious and uncomfortable. If you have started to notice a loss of collagen and fullness in your hands, you may want to consider getting Sculptra. During your initial consultation with Dr. Kristin Tarbet, she will perform a physical and oral evaluation to ensure that you are healthy enough for these injections. To learn more about Sculptra or to schedule your consultation appointment, contact Dr. Kristin Tarbet today!

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