Skin Rollering is an efficient system to help skin regeneration and skin tightening. This at home dermaroller system helps the penetration of cosmeceutical skin care agents deeper into your skin to improve their impact on your skin health.
When rolled over the skin it creates what is called a micro-channel in your skin which triggers the body’s natural healing process to create brand new and healthy tissue to replace the imperfections or damage of older, tired looking skin.
Through testing, it has been found that by doing this regularly you will be able to treat common problems such as wrinkles, skin ageing, noticeable scars, cellulite treatment, stretch marks, hair regeneration and pigmentation issues.
Perhaps you just want smoother skin? This is perfect for you, with ongoing use you will have the healthiest smoothest skin possible.
Derma Roller Sizes
0.25mm Derma rollers
The smallest and shortest roller available on the market is usually 0.25mm rollers. These Derma Rollers are effective for absorption of products through the skin but it is known now that they are definitely not long enough to induce collagen in any way and they are not particularly effective.
0.5mm Derma roller
These are the smallest needle lengths that will actually induce collagen. They will also of course increase trans-dermal absorption so they are very effective for both treatments. Generally, you need to use the smallest needle length you can to achieve the results you require, the simple reason is because it is painful, unnecessary and uncomfortable to use longer needles and you will not continue with the treatment. Therefore, for all general anti-aging purposes across the face a 0.5mm roller is all you need at home to achieve results if your primary treatment is anti-aging and just improvement of the facial texture.
1.0mm Derma roller
1.0mm is generally recommend for treatment of hair loss. The reason a 1.0mm is used, as opposed to a 0.5mm roller for hair loss, is because the hair actually forms a padding across the head and limits, to some degree, how deeply the needles penetrate. In some cases, if people have particularly long thick hair a 1.5mm is often better. The other reason that you will often use a 1.0mm derma roller, as opposed to a 0.5mm, is for pigmentation problems, age spots, etc. Regarding pigmentation problems, this is general pigmentation problems, not pigmentation problems which are often caused by auto immune disease, etc.