Treatment of Photoaged Hands

May 6, 2003 | Contact Author | By: Barbara A. Green, Brenda L. Edison and Yaling Lee, NeoStrata Company Inc.
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Title: Treatment of Photoaged Hands
hand skinx antiagingx photoagingx alpha hydroxy acidx polyhydroxy acidx
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Keywords: hand skin | antiaging | photoaging | alpha hydroxy acid | polyhydroxy acid

Abstract: A hand cream containing a combination of alpha hydroxy acids and polyhydroxy acids has antiaging benefits on the hands.

Facial antiaging has received significant attention through topical application of cosmetics and drugs, in-office skin  care procedures (such as ablative and nonablative laser resufacing, chemical peels and microdermabrasion) and spa techniques (such as facials and exfoliation treatments). Those who care about the quality of their skin are diligent users of broad spectrum sunscreens on the face year round to prevent additional photoaging.