What kind of chemical peel is best for dry , wrinkled hands? (photos)

My hands look like they belong to someone 20 years older than I am. They are dry and wrinkled with big pores. What kind of peel? Strength? How many will peels will correct this and how many weeks apart should they be done? Please advise

Doctor Answers 2

25-30% TCA peels do great for hands.

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A few TCA peels would make a nice improvement in your hands. 25-30% TCA about 3-4 weeks apart is great.

Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
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Dry Wrinkled Hands

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Chemical peels would only help a little bit. Fillers are the best for the wrinkles. Also, laser helps with pigmentation along with a specialist prescription topical applications. 

David A. F. Ellis, MD
Toronto Facial Plastic Surgeon

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