should-i-use-a-derma-roller

Needles…on my face? What?!

Derma rollers are new to most of us and probably intrigue most, but there is still a little cloud of uncertainty about using one.

Yea, it sounds pretty painful, but it’s not!

Using a derma roller is a safe and effective way to boost collagen production and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

 

Derma Rolling can help treat the following problems:

  • Cellulite
  • Acne Scars
  • Stretch Marks
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine Lines
  • Dark Spots
  • Hyper-Pigmentation
  • And More!

 

When micro-needling your skin, you should roll it while applying pressure gently and be cautious not to over-do it! Be sure to follow instructions and use the appropriate needle size and length for the area you are treating.

Derma-Roller-Kit-3-in-1I recommend getting a kit to start off with, and if you find that you need other sizes later you can purchase attachments or single rollers for a specific purpose.

Be sure to clean your attachments properly and NEVER share your derma roller with anyone else(not even family or your BFF)!

This is very important, just like sharing razors, mascara, makeup brushes, etc.

People share these things all the time and it’s not a good idea. I’ve heard of many different types of infections being transferred from one person to another just because they shared a makeup brush. Imagine what you could give a friend or get from someone with a tool that punctures your skin!

If you’re looking for a great starter kit I recommend the one in the photos above. I use it at home and have had great results! I like it because it has 3 uniquely sized attachments, covers to keep things sanitary, and they are easy to change out.

Have you used a derma roller? Share your experiences in the comment section!

You can find it here along with some more tips on how to use the derma roller and more!


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