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Is the Derma roller Right for You?


 A derma roller is a handheld tool that's covered in micro needles to lightly but efficiently puncture the skin, helping to stimulate the skin’s collagen production. When using the tool, roll over your skin in consistent patterns to create tiny channels in the skin. This action helps your skin care products and their active ingredients to better absorb. Prior to the use of the derma roller, help  plump the skin with a serum such as the Hyaluronic Acid 100% Pure which also helps minimize potential irritation and inflammation.  When used in combination with a pure Hyaluronic Acid serum , a derma roller may help you achieve more radiant, youthful and elastic skin. Following the derma roller, apply serum(s) that your skin is already used to. Avoid stimulating serums for up to 24 hours after the derma rolling to allow skin to heal.  This may sound like an intimidating process at first, but it's very effective at addressing common skin aging concerns such as lines and wrinkles.

If you’ve never used a derma roller on your skin or have only had a professional do it for you in the past, you may be wondering “Is it safe to use a derma roller at home?” The answer is yes – as long as you know what you’re doing. 

Derma roller Sizes 

Derma rollers come in different sizes with various benefits.  Safe at-home needle lengths usually range from .5 mm to 1mm. Longer lengths may require professional care. If you're  wondering which derma roller size is best for you, the answer depends on your particular goals. The smaller size needle lengths (between .5 mm and 1 mm) are safe at-home use for the following benefits;

  • Acne scarring
  • Wrinkles
  • Loose, sagging skin
  • Hair loss
  • Improving the appearance of large pores

Using a derma roller for hyperpigmentation is also common. Some people also claim the skin care tool improves skin texture and minimizes stretch marks. Derma rollers containing larger needles should only be used by trained professionals since they may damage the skin and potentially interfere with the body’s ability to produce new collagen fibers.

 Be sure to follow the manufacturer's recommended product usage and begin using the derma roller once a month until your skin becomes more acclimated to the treatment or as preferred based on individual skin care condition.  Sanitize your roller after each use  to keep it clean and prevent potential cross-contamination.  When used properly, this revolutionary tool can minimize visible skin concerns and give your skin a healthy, youthful appearance.