Options for taking better care of your hands
BATON ROUGE - Dr. Z continued her skin care discussion about looking beyond facial care, focusing today on the hands.
Dr. Z said that hands get a lot of exposure, especially while driving, and could use some special care to keep them looking young and healthy.
One simple tip is keeping sunscreen in the car and applying small amounts to your hands before traveling somewhere. On the other end of the cost spectrum are "filler" injections which help reduce visible veins and other signs of aging, and can run between $200 and $2,000.
If you have more skin care questions or topics for Dr. Z to cover, email them to RFlores@WBRZ.com.
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