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The appearance of your hands can reveal your age, study finds

ng hands. Nail polish and jewelry were also found to make hands appear younger looking.

"The good news is, although your hands may reveal more about your age than you desire, there are remedies out there," said Dr. Guy. "A good medical skincare regimen that focuses on the hands can be highly effective in maintaining skin thickness and fullness. Non-surgical procedures like laser treatments and chemical peels can reduce age spots. Fat injections can be used to plump up hands and reduce the visibility of veins and laser ablation of unwanted hand veins can reduce veins."


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Source:American Society of Plastic Surgeons


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