The back of the hands are the tell-tale sign of one's age, giving away someone's age with just a glance.
Hands are susceptible to the first signs of aging and often age even faster than the face because the skin on the hands is much thinner than the skin of the face. The normal aging process (enhanced by sun exposure) will cause the collagen and elastin fibers of the skin to break down, causing crepe-like skin texture and more noticeable veins (which do tend to bulge with time). We often forget about protecting the backs of the hands when outdoors, and over time brown spots and hyperpigmentation occurs.
At Dermatology on Bloor there are solutions to improving the appearance of the hands, discuss your concerns with Drs. Schachter, Hanna, Curtis, Abdulla, Pollack, and Taradash to design a treatment plan that's right for you.