- Stimulates healthy glowing skin
- Comfort grip handle
- Plastic storage case
- .25mm titanium micro-needles are the optimal length for exfoliation
- Can achieve a healthy glow with weekly or bi-weekly use
- More affordable than professional treatments
- 30-day 100% money back guarantee "What an awesome little tool!! I've only used it once on my face and on my left hand and that was 3 days ago and my skin STILL feels so soft. I've got so many facial tools in my drawer that have been VERY EXPENSIVE but NONE have performed like this little gal does!!!
Ingredients Concern: None
Cons: Skin exfoliation experiences may vary. Serums and/or moisturizers cannot be used before or during the use of the roller, and they cannot be placed on the needles.
Microneedling stimulates a wound-healing cascade of events with minimal damage to the skin (1, 2). This process promotes skin rejuvenation and enhances the absorption of topical therapies.
Skin exfoliation, skin health
Micro needling involves creating controlled wounds that stimulate the production of growth factors and other proteins that promote skin rejuvenation (1, 2). It also improves the absorption of serums or moisturizers that are placed on the skin after using the roller (1).
Key Ingredients: .25mm titanium micro-needles
All Ingredients: .25mm titanium micro-needles
Sterilize the roller in an alcohol solution before and after each use. Wash facial skin and pat dry. Roll the Microneedle Derma Roller over the desired area, back and forth, 4-5 times. Be careful to apply pressure in a manner that does not puncture the skin. Switch directions and roll back and forth another 4-5 times. AFTER rolling, apply a moisturizer or repairing serum. Do not apply serum/moisturizer before or during use. Sanitize and store the roller in the provided plastic case. For optimal results use the roller once a week. Replace the roller every 1-2 months if using regularly.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
References: 1. Iriarte C, Awosika O, et al. Review of applications of microneedling in dermatology. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2017;10:289-298.
2. Singh A, Yadav S. Microneedling: Advances and widening horizons. Indian Dermatol Online J. 2016;7(4):244-54.