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Beginner’s Guide on How to Use a Dermaroller

August 28, 2017

Beginner’s-Guide-on-How-to-Use-a-Dermaroller

Do you struggle with wrinkles, acne scars, or large pores? Or perhaps you’ve seen our micro needle dermaroller for sale and are curious about how this beauty tool can improve your skin. Whatever your reason for considering dermarolling, this beginner’s guide is here to provide you with the information you need to get started.

What Does a Dermaroller Do?

The tiny needles of the dermaroller create very small injuries on your skin. This prompts the production of elastin and collagen, causing your complexion to smooth out and tighten. Dermarolling can help fill in fine lines, wrinkles, and eye bags in this manner. The deep stimulation that it provides makes it a good way to minimize acne scars and hyperpigmentation.

A dermaroller can also be used to increase the efficacy of your anti-aging serums. The small punctures that the procedure creates increase absorption, allowing more of the active ingredients to penetrate deep into your skin and work their magic.

How Do I Use My Dermaroller?

Start by cleansing your face. Then apply a layer of your favorite serum. Take your dermaroller and gently roll it across your skin in all directions, making sure to cover your cheeks, forehead, chin, and neck. Be very careful with your lips and the skin under your eyes. Avoid your eyelids.

Once you’ve finished rolling, apply a second layer of serum. Make sure to sterilize your dermaroller thoroughly with rubbing alcohol before storing. Remember that your skin takes time to heal. Always follow the frequency of use guidelines given for the needle size you choose.

We know it’s important to our customers to age gracefully. Therefore, we want to provide the products that allow them to do so at their own pace. With a derma roller, many skin problems and common effects of aging can be disguised or even held off. If you are a beginner derma roller user, consider the many benefits of using this product regularly.

  • Provides elastin and collagen that reduces wrinkles, scars, and fine lines as it thickens and tightens skin.
  • Enhances the effects of anti-aging serums and products as it boosts concentration and absorption in the skin.
  • Fades out or improves surgical scars, stretch marks, and acne scars by breaking up old scar tissue and stimulating elastic and collagen production.
  • Safer for those with darker skin tones because there is no loss of skin pigment, which can come with laser and chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
  • Dermal roller can control rosacea, which is a disorder that reddens the face and breaks down collagen which is caused by beverages, foods, sunlight, and temperature changes.
  • Those with hair loss problems such as Alopecia can benefit from using a derma roller that promotes hair growth and thicker hair by increasing follicle size.

Whether you have scars from acne, stretch marks, or a skin condition, such as hyperpigmentation, derma rollers offer many safe benefits that require little effort to obtain.

How Often Should You Use a Derma Roller?

How often you use a derma roller for beginners depends on the size of the needle size of your product.

  • 2-0.25 mm – use every day or every other day
  • 5 mm – every three weeks
  • 75 mm – every four weeks
  • 0 mm – every five to six weeks
  • 5 mm – every six weeks
  • 0-2.5 mm – once every eight weeks

Dermarolling is a simple and effective way to combat wrinkles, stimulate your skin, and get the most out of your products. At Timeless Skin Care, our medical-grade steel dermaroller is the perfect partner for any of our all-natural serums. Contact us if you have any further questions on which of our products are right for you.





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