Ellanse Hand Treatment: Everything You Need To Know

When using your hands, you are exposed to all kinds of situations and environments that will inevitably have an impact on them overtime. Whether it’s being exposed to sun damage or suffering from the onset of age, the hands can be an overlooked area of skin care.

Ellanse for Hand Rejuvenation

A one-of-a-kind dermal filler, Ellanse is injected into the back of the hands. It promotes the regeneration of collagen to bring back volume and smooth the skin out.


How does Ellanse hand treatment work?

A proactive biostimulator, Ellanse is made from biomedical polycaprolactone microspheres suspended in gel. It’s injected into the back of the hands to raise skin level, so tendons, joints and wrinkles are less visible.


Ellanse filler is bioresorbable, meaning it will be replaced by natural tissues in the body and then reabsorbed. This leads to the production of new collagen and provides added structure beneath the skin.


What kind of hand conditions can Ellanse be used to treat?


  • Sun damage


When it comes to UV ray exposure, the hands are among the most vulnerable parts of the body. Sun damage leads to redness, blemishes, and pigmentation on the hands and Ellanse can remove the effects quickly.


  • Ageing


The natural fat padding in the hands breaks down over time, leading to veins and tendons becoming more prominent. There’s also the loss of skin elasticity, creating wrinkles.


With Ellanse, the hands can have a youthful appearance restored and may help people feel less self-conscious.


Are there any Ellanse side effects?


While getting Ellanse for your hands is a safe procedure, there is still a small risk of developing side effects such as:


  • Swelling
  • Redness and itchiness
  • Numbness


Generally, these side effects will disappear in hours or days.

What are the advantages of Ellanse?




There’s no physical surgery with hand Ellanse treatment, unlike procedures such as certain forms of photo rejuvenation therapy. This means you don’t have to worry about any long recovery times, and you can continue to work after the procedure is completed.


Industry vetted and safe


As Ellanse is made from polycaprolactone, there’s the guarantee of it being a safe procedure. The substance is one of the most common medical polymers in the cosmetic industry and there’s a high rate of success when it’s used.


There’s also the fact that Ellanse treatment will be carried out by our excellent professionals who’ll give you peace of mind through answering any questions.

Book your Ellanse hand rejuvenation treatment today

To find out whether Ellanse treatment is right for you, book a consultation and we’ll be happy to talk about different cosmetic options.