Anti-Aging Skin Needling (Dermarollers or Micro Needling)

Skin Dermal Rollers are effective in non-surgical and non-ablative treatment for several skin conditions, including aging (wrinkles, stretching, fine lines), scarring (acne, surgical), and hyperpigmentation. Regular use of dermal roller can thicken skin, erase wrinkles, and smooth scars of all sizes and types. It is a very effective method for the transdermal delivery of cosmeceutical products into deeper skin layers. Skin Dermal Rollers often times may be a better treatment than ablative skin resurfacing, rejuvenation treatments, such as dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, and chemical peel. Dermal Rollers are also proven to be just as effective as other non-ablative treatments, like IPL, Fraxel, and CO2 laser in their ability to stimulate collagen and elastin production.  In using extremely fine needles to penetrate the skin, dermal rollers better stimulate collagen and elastin production than other similar treatments. The resulting micro-channels additionally aid in infusing therapeutic serums for better penetrating the skin and increasing overall efficacy.

Studies have shown that Dermal Rollers can increase serum absorption by as much as 1,000 times. Moreover, Dermal Rollers are significantly more nurturing to the skin than similar nonsurgical but invasive and expensive skin treatments. Dermal Rollers leave the epidermal barrier fully intact, and the micro-channels created by the 200 fine needles fully close within just a few hours after initial application. This provides just enough time for new collagen structures to form within the skin’s lower layers, but short enough to ensure the patient can quickly resume normal schedules, thereby eliminating the commonly encountered risks and negative side effects in dermabrasion, chemical peeling, and laser-resurfacing.

Other key benefits include: realignment of old collagen bundles, the process stimulates physiological responses; You can use it at home, whenever you wish; Easy to use- apply your cosmetic on the skin – and roll it in; works to precision and will last for hundreds of treatments; It can be used on thin skin, and on all areas of the face, neck, and body; Extremely high absorption of any type of chemical substance. An example anti-aging complex and microneedle dermal roller kit contain the following components: serum (vitamin, peptide), microneedle skin roller (0.2 mm), peptide mask, peptide moisturizer, sun protective cream and sterilization kit (for cleaning needles).

Do-it-yourself Skin Needling

Skin needling tools (often called derma-rollers) can cost as little as $50. If people could perform skin needling at home, the total cost would be far lower than that of comparable skin rejuvenation procedures. Indeed, some manufacturers of derma-rollers promote or imply a DIY approach. While home administration of skin needling is technically possible (essentially, a derma-roller is rolled across the area to be treated), there are risks and caveats that should not be taken lightly. These include the risk of infection; improper technique or intensity of treatment; improper sterilization/preparation of the skin and/or tools; ignorance of contraindications and so forth. Notably, some manufacturers of derma-rollers offer versions with very fine and/short needles, which draw virtually no blood. However, it is unclear whether such “light” derma-rollers produce the same results as the standard skin needling tools. If you are considering a DIY approach to skin needling, you should first discuss this with your dermatologist or an equivalent licensed professional. Also, make sure to obtain the usage guidelines from the manufacturer of the derma-roller you are using.

How to Use a Derma Roller Derma Roller come with lots of needle sizes to improve different skin conditions, so it is best to select the needle size which will be most effective on the condition or body part you want to improve. Derma-Roller Needle lengths are available for home use: 0.5mm, 1mm (1.0mm), 1.5mm and for professional use: 2mm (2.0mm) and 2.5mm there are a few longer derma roller sizes only to be used with numbing cream. Some Businesses also sell 3 line rollers.

The basic rule when choosing needle lengths is, the fleshier the skin you are treating, the longer you can afford the needles to be. It is rare that any at home use requires a needle length above that of 1.5mm.

Generally, choose a Derma Roller at 0.5mm for use on the face, a 1.0mm for most of the body and a 1.5mm for very fleshy areas such as the stomach, thighs and backside. Remember we are on hand at any time if you need help choosing which needle lengths to choose.

Deluxe Electric Skin Roller (with Vibration Mechanism)

Product Description and Benefits: The Deluxe Electric Skin Roller (with Vibration Mechanism) is the most cutting-edge, professional-grade, skin roller with a vibration function to maximize the results of needle therapy. Powered with an electrically-operated vibration action that increases efficiency and lessens discomfort, the Deluxe Skin Roller dramatically increases the effectiveness of your hair and skin products by increasing absorption of your products from the standard 4% to as much as 87% of the product being absorbed deep in your skin. Using the Deluxe Skin Roller promotes production of new collagen, leading to skin rejuvenation, great skin elasticity, and tightening and thickening of the skin. Usable on the face and body, the Deluxe Skin Roller can help reduce and soften acne or surgical scars, diminish the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks, reduce large pores, smooth heavy pitted skin, and help reverse the effects of sun damage. When used on the head, the Skin Roller also stimulates the hair to keep its thickness and help with thinning and balding hair areas. Dramatic results can be seen with one week.

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