Women can enlist facelifts and Botox injections in hopes of looking younger, but all facial anti-aging treatments are futile once a woman's hands are brought into the light.
Dr. Roshini Raj recently launched the skincare line TULA, boasting products that capitalize on patented probiotic technology. She joined HuffPost Live on Monday to explain what women can do to have their hands -- which she claims "really show" a woman's age -- look less withered.
"Part of it is that [hands are] what's exposed to the sun more often," she told host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani. "But there are special creams dedicated to the hands. Basically it's just a point of focusing on it. Don't only focus on your face. Remember the rest of your body. ... Don't neglect the other parts of your body."
Watch the full HuffPost Live segment on balancing skincare, aging and beauty below: