Premium quality, dermatologist recommended cosmetic micro-needling roller for at-home use with 540 titanium 0.25 mm needles for younger-looking skin. The titanium needles are safer and more beneficial than stainless steel needles, they reduce the risk of damage to the skin, and this type of needling instrument is an essential part of the beauty routine performed by various celebrities.
Microneedling provides depth-control and deep dermal penetration to skin tissue at various levels, it causes very few side effects, and the downtime is minimal . Research shows that microneedling can dramatically improve the appearance of the skin, especially skin on the face and neck [1, 2].
Microneedling is a minimally invasive approach that involves the use of very fine sterilized needles (e.g., titanium needles 0.25 mm) to create microscopic tears in the surface of the skin . These microscopic wounds lead to the activation of a several wound-healing processes that the release growth factors from the healthy surrounding tissue and this stimulates the production of collagen in the skin [1, 2]. Microneedling has been found to be beneficial at targeting acne, scars, the appearance of wrinkles, and other signs of photodamage and photoaging [1, 2].
1. Use alcohol to clean the derma roller.
2. apply suitable functional nutrition onto the area if is required.
3. roll the roller back and forth 3-5 times in each direction horizontally, vertically and diagonally ( see the pictures in the box) maintaining the same speed and pressure.
4. after you finish to use the roller apply your skin nutritional cream.
5. Clean the derma roller after each usage.
- Our non-invasive, cosmetic instrument has a 0.25mm needle length which is considered safe for home use. Dermatologists recommend at-home rollers to be no longer than .25mm. Rollers should be sanitized BEFORE and AFTER all usage for the highest results.
1. Singh A, Yadav S. Microneedling: advances and widening horizons. Indian dermatology online journal. 2016 Jul;7(4):244.
2. Hou A, Cohen B, Haimovic A, Elbuluk N. Microneedling: A Comprehensive Review. Dermatol Surg. 2017 Mar; 43(3):321-339.