Hand Rejuvenation

Back of hand rejuvenation uses filler material to restore lost volume in the hands.
This treatment results with plumper, more youthful looking hands.


Pricing for hand rejuvenation treatments all include a free consultation.

Please contact us regarding any questions regarding treatment planning and we will be happy to arrange a consultation


Frequently Asked Questions

Hand rejuvenation uses a very thin filler product in a cannula into the backs of the hands. This filler absorbs water and produces plumper and youthful looking skin on the backs of the hands.

  • 1ml £270
  • 2ml £370

Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the body, because it is the body’s own supply of hydration, artificial hyaluronic acid adds to this, creating moisture and attracting more hydration to the area. Different products used have a different molecular structure of hyaluronic acid, this can make the product thicker or more vicious. In lips, it is important to consider product choice. For more information regarding hyaluronic acid, click here.

The hand have lots of very sensitive nerve endings, and it is important that the treatment is as pain-free as possible.
Numbing Cream: A medical anaesthetic cream is applied to the lip area and left on for 30 min. The benefits of this option is that the numbness does not last as long, however there can still be some sensation.

The products uses also have local anaesthetic within them, which helps with numbness too.

  • 6- 18 months.

1- Consultation– this is to ensure that this treatment is suitable for you. Your medical and social history will be discussed in order to create a treatment plan. Photographs will also be taken for medical records to record the results of the treatment, don’t worry these don’t go anywhere! We may ask you if you’re happy to use some photographs for marketing purposes. If you’re not happy for them to be shared, just let us know!
2Cleaning: Making sure the skin is free from any bacteria is essential to a safe and infection free treatment. Your skin will be cleaned with a specialised disinfectant. It is useful, therefore to not wear make up to your appointment.
3 Anaesthetic: Topical anaesthetic and clingfilm is applied to the hands for 30- 40 minutes.
4- Injection of filler: Careful injections using a blunt ended cannula is used to add volume to the hands.
5- Postoperative Photographs: So we can show you before and after pictures of your hands.
6/ Postoperative instructions
: see below.

Before the treatment, avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, vitamin E and fish oil supplements. These may increase bleeding and bruising. However, you can take paracetamol if needed.
If you are taking any prescribed medication, including aspirin, do not stop taking it – consult your practitioner or your GP first.
Avoid drinking alcohol 24 hours before your treatment, and after as this also increases the risk of bruising.
Make sure you have something to eat prior to the appointment as if you’re numb you may struggle afterwards.

Don’t touch! To reduce the risk of infection, keep those fingers away for at least 6 hours.
Don’t Rub! You might feel that your lips feel a little bit lumpy straight after treatment, leave them alone! If you feel that after 10 days the lumps are still present, give them a little massage with some arnica gel. If the lumps still remain, or you are concerned contact us.
Don’t get hot! Gym? Not for 24 hours. Sunbed? Never again, it’s the main cause of skin cancer, but if you insist, leave it for 2 weeks.
No Creams/ oils! For at least 24 hours. The tiny little points where the filler is injected can get infected.

Initially your hands may be quite swollen and red, this may increase over the first 24 hours, however swelling should subside after 1-10 days.

There are some things you can do to help reduce the amount of swelling and bruising after fillers.
Arnica Tablets: Arnica montana, or arnica, is an herb widely used for pain and bruising. This is because it contains compounds that are known to have an anti-inflammatory effect that can be absorbed through the skin. Research shows that when taken 3 days before and after treatment can dramatically help reduce the swelling and bruising associated with fillers. Click here to buy.
Arnica Gel: Similar to the above arnica gel can be applied to the lips after about 6 hours after treatment, This will cool and soothe, and also help to reduce the swelling. Click here to buy.
Pineapple: Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes found in the pineapple plant. These enzymes may have anti-inflammatory properties and help reduce bruising and swelling when applied to the skin, and when eaten.
Avoid activities increasing blood pressure: Going to the gym, or getting too warm can increase the amount of blood supply to the treatment area, and therefore can increase the amount of bruising you may experience.
No Ibuprofen: Aspirin or ibuprofen can increase blood pressure, and therefore increase the amount of swelling and bruising experienced.

No, the product used in filler is hyaluronic acid and is dissolved by the body over time.

•  Redness
•  Swelling
•  Bruising
•  Allergic reaction
•  Infection
•  Discolouration
•  Itching 
•  Pain 
Uncommon Risks – 1 in 1,000 to 1 in 100
•  Nodules
•  Abscess
•  Granuloma
•  Cyst
•  Acne form like lesions
•  Unsatisfactory result
Rare Risks – 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 1,000
•  Necrosis leading to a permanent scar 

over 18 year old from receiving filler treatment. However it is important to mention to Dr Elder during consultation of you suffer or have suffered from the following:
-You have any blood disorders
-You are taking any medications which affect blood clotting
-You are taking any medicines, especially beta blockers.
-You have any psychological concerns


Over 18 years old

At Ametrine, we are passionate about creating beautiful results that all our clients are happy with. We operate a ‘less is more’ approach, especially when we are treating clients for the first time. If you are unhappy with any aspects of treatment make sure you contact us straight away so we can review you and treatment plan so that you are happy with your results!

Top ups are charged at £80 per 0.5ml and £100 per 1ml.

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