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Dr. Cangello Shares How to Get Hands Ready for Engagement Selfies

If you are newly engaged or just dreaming of the day, one of the fun ways you can plan on sharing your news is to post a selfie that highlights the sparkliest symbol of love – yup, we’re talking about engagement ring selfies! As one of New York City’s leading Plastic Surgeons, Dr. David Cangello was recently featured in an article that explains the best non-surgical cosmetic procedures or products to get your hands camera ready.

Pre-Wedding Pampering for Hands

We rely on our hands for so much, but we often neglect to extend our skincare routine to them. The skin on our hands can become dry, dull, and wrinkled. Some brides-to-be avoid engagement ring photos because they are concerned about age spots or hyperpigmentation on the backs of their hands.

In Spotlyte, a lifestyle blog dedicated to cosmetic treatments, Dr. Cangello shares three ways that you can restore smooth, youthful looking hands. One of his recommendations is the Fractional CO2 Laser. This resurfacing treatment can tighten and brighten skin for a smooth, even-toned result.

Another treatment that can beautify hands is Intense Pulsed Light, commonly known as IPL. Dr. Cangello explains that, “with repeated sun exposure, many of us — particularly fair-skinned people — develop light brown, pigmented spots on our skin.” IPL can reduce the appearance of brown spots, sun damage, and other skin discoloration. IPL also requires minimal downtime.

Contact Dr. Cangello for Hand Rejuvenation in NYC

Dr. Cangello is an experienced and board-certified Plastic Surgeon in New York City. He offers a full range of surgical and non-surgical procedures, including customized hand rejuvenation treatments. Contact us to learn more or schedule a consultation appointment today.

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