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Have you heard about derma rollers? They are shaking up the beauty industry, and have created quite a trend recently, and we would like to tell you all about them.
In the past you have probably consulted all types of doctors, clinics, and may have even thought about getting a surgery. Also, with all of the beauty products available now in the market it may be hard to know exactly what is what, and what things should be used for exactly.
With the new dermarollers available now for purchase by any consumer, it makes sense to want to figure out how these devices are used, what they are for, how to find what is suitable for your condition and situation, and see how you can find one to help you with your issue.
So, how about finding more about derma rollers
Here is what the company producer itself states about these products, “The derma roller (also known as a skin roller or microneedle roller) is a revolutionary hand-held device which has the ability to naturally stimulate collagen and elastin in the skin to promote healthier skin cells in the body. The derma roller renews the skin regularly to treat common problems we experience as we age such as wrinkles, skin hyperpigmentation, scars (including acne scars), uneven skin, stretch marks (usually developed after pregnancy), hair loss or it can simply be used to create smoother skin. The derma roller is one of the most effective and affordable skin care treatments.”
Now here is a little bit about how to use the derma roller
The Derma Roller System can be used for face treatments, body treatments or hair growth. The procedure that uses a dermaroller is called microneedling. Due to the fact that microneedling is a relatively safe procedure that does not require to have specialized hospital equipment or post-operative care, it is possible to buy a derma roller system and use it from the comforts of a home for self-care. A dermaroller is pre-sterilized, and in the process of a treatment, needles pierce small holes in the stratum corneum without damaging the epidermis. The holes that are formed immediately close, and therefore an infection is unlikely. (source – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2918341/)
Generally, derma rollers are used for the purpose of delivering products transdermally, and it can be a variety of anti-ageing products, or they can be used for scar treatment purposes.
So, how do you choose the right derma roller for you?
You have to know what exact issue you are trying to tackle, and remember that each type of condition might require a different homecare dermaroller to use. This procedure is somewhat noticeable in terms of pain – you will definitely feel those needles, so if you are a bit more sensitive, probably the shorter. smaller diameter needles would be best suited, while if you are more tolerant, you could handle larger needles. In any case, this is overall a very bearable and simple procedure to go through, you won’t feel real pain, at least you shouldn’t.
Let me know if you have tried derma rollers before, and what you think? Did they help you tackling your issue? Let us know in the comments.