There are dozens of plastic surgery options for people who want a younger face, but what about younger hands?
Doreen Hamilton works hard to defy her age but her hands were giving her away.
So, she went to Doctor Richard Noodleman who first treated her with a special laser to fight sun damage.
Then, he injected a filler call Sculptra into her hands that is made from the same material as disposable stitches.
"The best laser or pulsed light to deal with brown spots, sun damage and leathery skin. Sculptra actually stimulates a person's body to make more of their own collagen,” says Dermatologist, Richard Noodleman.
There is a downside to the procedure you will have bruising immediately afterwards because your hands may look worse before they look better.
Unfortunately, the hand rejuvenation is not cheap and it will cost you anywhere between three to six-thousand dollars.