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Dermaroller


Dermaroller

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Dermaroller

Suffering too much with skin issues. Having acne problems, acne scars, dull skin and scaring then you must try out with derma roller. It is a great skin treatment with lots of benefits for your skin. In new years it has really gained a lot of popularity for getting good skin texture.

What is a derma roller?

It is a device that punchers your skin. It is also called as needling your skin. On one end is a handle and on the other is a roller with lots of fine needles on its surface. Derma roller punchers the skin to stimulate the new cell generations. A Dermaroller can treat a variety of treatments like:

  • Acne scarring.
  • Stretch marks.
  • Reducing large pores.
  • Controlling oily skin.
  • Reducing the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles.

How does the procedure work?  

The Dermaroller is rolled over the skin. As a result, the needles cause micro-injuries on the skin which essentially puncture the skin superficially.  These punctures, create a controlled skin injury that triggers the body’s natural wound healing response. Subsequently, the skin releases growth factors, fibroblasts and so on that stimulate collagen production & increase blood circulation. This treats the various kinds of skin issues and improves the overall appearance of the skin. In fact, derma rolling works best in combination with other procedures to get better results. Moreover, it is a safe and effective procedure. In fact, it has shown various positive results.

How to use a derma roller?

You need to keep in mind a few points when you are using a derma roller. Let’s check the points on how to use derma roller:

  • Use a sterile wash before using a derma roller.
  • Prepare the skin before rolling it on the skin.
  • Hold the skin tight and then roll it on the skin. Use saline water after the use of the treatment.
  • Spray alcohol and clean the derma roller and then place it into the container.

Thus, this is all about the derma roller and its uses. Do use this treatment with dermatologist guidance only.

Dermaroller

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Suffering too much with skin issues. Having acne problems, acne scars, dull skin and scaring then you must try out with derma roller. It is a great skin treatment with lots of benefits for your skin. In new years it has really gained a lot of popularity for getting good skin texture.

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