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Stimulate your skin with Dermaroller

Friday, November 17th, 2017, 7:18 pm

The summer sun may have gone, but its effects linger on. So if you’re suffering from lines and wrinkles, or you overdid it on the beach this year, or uneven pigmentation and the acne scarring has become the bane of your life, there’s a treatment that can correct those flaws.

Dermaroller is a name of a new, safe, and efficient treatment that works on damaged skin by deploying microneedles that stimulate the surface, promote an increase in natural collagen and elastin production, and improve circulation – which kickstarts the natural repair and regeneration of the treated area deep within the skin layers

The chemical-free cure-all

A Dermaroller procedure is relatively harmless: a topical anaesthetic is applied to the area of treatment half an hour beforehand, followed by a brief session where the Dermaroller is pressed and moved across the treatment area. Each pass of the microneedles create extremely tiny punctures across the skin, which initiates a healing process that regenerates the area in need of attention.

The best thing about Dermaroller treatment is that it’s a completely chemical-free treatment: the microscopic punctures merely activate and maximises a natural healing process. Post-treatment symptoms will include a reddening of the skin – which fades after a couple of days at most – and studies conclude that skin improvements have developed for up until six months afterwards.

Roll away your imperfections

Obviously, there is an element of mild discomfort during the treatment, although that depends on what part of the body is being treated – and while clients usually experience dryness and flakiness in the treated area a couple of days after the treatment, that’s merely a natural consequence of the increased production of skin cells. After as little as a week, there is a visibly smoother and healthier appearance in the treated area.

Need more information? Consult our Dermaroller page here.

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