DERMACiLD 540 NEEDLE TITANIUM DERMAROLLER | DERMA MICRO ROLLER
Dermaroller is a skin care device used to rejuvenate the skin, treat acne scars, and reduce the signs of aging. But how does skin rolling work? Skin abrasion, or microneedling, is a process that was originally performed by a dermatologist. It can usually be done at home with very little training.
In recent years it has become an affordable, effective, and relatively non-invasive skin treatment. This article presents the principle of operation and use of the top roller, as well as the techniques to obtain the best results.
When the top roller rolls over the skin, the small needles of the roller needle dig into the skin, and the holes made by the needles in the skin are small and considered flat, so this treatment is not considered invasive.
When the skin is pierced, it causes controlled damage to the skin without actually damaging the outer layer of the skin.
The needle will help break up the scar tissue. As explained in this 2016 technical study, controlled skin damage results in superficial bleeding.
This activates the wound healing response of the human body, and the following happens: The skin secretes substances that stimulate growth. New blood vessels form in the skin to produce more collagen.
In addition, it has gained popularity as a home treatment to improve the appearance of the skin. Many people use it to try to combat the signs of aging, such as:
- loss of skin firmness
- appearance of fine lines
- start of wrinkles