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How Does a Micro Dermaroller Help With Skin?

November 16, 2017

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The healing and revitalizing benefits of a micro needle roller are not as well-known as other anti-aging treatments, such as chemical peels or laser therapy, but they are becoming more common in beauty regimens. Many people are put off by the idea of putting thousands of microscopic punctures into the skin; however, the treatment is not as painful as it sounds. Here is some helpful information on Dermarollers to shed some light on the treatment.

What Do Micro-Needle Rollers Do?

When you undergo a Dermaroller treatment, you are, in effect, stimulating skin cell regeneration by breaking down scar tissue, inducing collagen into areas of damaged skin. In breaking down damaged tissue, the roller actives your skin’s healing process, encouraging the growth of new, healthy cells. Dermarollers have proven to be an effective treatment for:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Surgical and acne scar reduction
  • Stretch marks
  • Sun damage
  • Hyperpigmentation

How Do They Work?

Each roller uses between 100 and 500 micro-needles which puncture dead tissue underneath the epidermis, creating micro-channels. As the tissue breaks up, your skin is able to absorb more moisture and nutrients, resulting in healthier skin. The increased absorption makes other topical creams and serums more potent. Unlike some other exfoliating treatments, micro-needle rollers do not damage the epidermis, resulting in less redness and inflammation, reducing healing time between treatments.

In addition to making the skin more absorbent, micro-needling also helps thicken the epidermis. This makes your skin look and feel smoother and more elastic. By encouraging the healing process, you’re left with softer, healthy tissue without the wrinkles, scars or age lines.

To find a Micro Needle Dermaroller for sale, check out our selection of skincare accessories at Timeless Skin Care. For more information on any one of our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to helping you achieve the skin you’ve always wanted.





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