Microneedle Skin Care System 1.5 mm Derma Roller with Medical Grade Stainless Steel

June 18, 2013 - Comment

Micro Needle Roller is used to repair or revitalize damaged skin. It enables skincare products to be absorbed easily into the body via the skin. This is vital for treatments such as hair loss therapy and cellulite reduction. Product Features Stainless Steel 1.5 mm Skin complexion improvement, wrinkle reduction and face rejuvenation. Rejuvenates skin, promotes

Micro Needle Roller is used to repair or revitalize damaged skin. It enables skincare products to be absorbed easily into the body via the skin. This is vital for treatments such as hair loss therapy and cellulite reduction.

Product Features

  • Stainless Steel 1.5 mm
  • Skin complexion improvement, wrinkle reduction and face rejuvenation.
  • Rejuvenates skin, promotes pores and skin elasticity, will increase skin thickness.
  • Improves effectiveness of topically applied skincare products
  • Reduces appearance of cellulite, stretch marks, and large pores.

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Terry "TCinSATX" says:

This is a wonder tool for aging skin! I only recently became aware of microneedling and at first glance, it seemed barbaric! Piercing your skin with hundreds of tiny needles over and over – ON PURPOSE??? It was just weird enough to make me research further.The premise behind microneedling is that aging skin produces less collagen. Collagen is the stuff that keeps skin plump and less wrinkly. It also repairs skin damage from the sun, from acne, from injuries etc. So when you make thousands of tiny puncture wounds in your skin, it stimulates your skin to produce collagen to repair the puncture wounds.The science behind it made sense, so I spent a couple of hours Googling the process and discovered that dermatologists are recommending it as a skin treatment that can be done at home. I also watched quite a few YouTube videos of the actual process, which I suggest for anyone purchasing a microneedle roller. It made me feel highly confident that I knew how to do it.Considering that the price…

B. Grandon says:

Works for inducing collagen, anti aging, if done right, over time I have ordered and used derma rollers from this supplier and been pleased with the quality. There are cheaper sources, but you will have a longer wait to get them since they will be shipped from Asia. (Where they all come from.)I have been derma rolling for the past two years, have studied medical esthetics, keep up on dermatological and health research, and always looking for techniques and products to keep my circa 1955 skin in the best shape possible.What is collagen? It is the ‘matrix’ of tissue that underlies the surface of your skin, and the gradual disappearance of which happens in aging skin, and gives the ’empty ballooon’ appearance, as well as wrinkling. Sun and poor lifestyle (smoking, excess drinking, excess sun, poor diet), accelerate the loss of collagen.The basic idea of the roller is that it creates micro injury to the skin at a deep enough level that the ‘rebuilding’ of collagen is induced, and then the skin is more tight and plump…

Chris Wink says:

So Far So Good! To make a long story short,I’m a guy, 17 years old, and year ago I got really fat. I ended up loosing 65 pounds and had these giant stretch marks. So yeah… I started working out, and decided I needed to do something about these damn stretch marks.I use this every other week, and I have been seeing improvements, the stretch marks are healing!So as of 05/20/13, I am a happy customer! Quality is great, no issues whatsoever, will purchase my next derma roller from the same brand!I use this roller with a mixture of lotions and oils:- Gold Bond Ultimate- Palmers Cocoa Stretch Mark Cream- Tretinoin (dermatologist prescription)- Rose Hip Seed OilAfter I put all of those on I take some ziplock bags and put them over the area I just rolled,I HAVE BEEN SEEING IMPROVEMENTS! YAYYThanks and will update…

Bobi says:

You are never too old or young to be using Proactiv. It’s only a topical cream for skin promelbs, and if is working for you without any harmful effects, you should continue it for as long as you need. Anti-aging products on younger skin is a tricky thing. It’s not exactly harmful to start using some of them now, but applying heavier creams geared at older skin could do damage. Collagen is found in many anti-aging creams, but a few of them are have highly concentrated amounts to be used as fillers for wrinkles (like Roc-brand creams). I suggest you stay away from those for now because I honestly don’t think you would need them and they might possible cause wear to your skin. If you are serious about starting some kind of anti-aging regimen, start light with things geared towards a younger audience. Neutrogena might be a good brand to start with. You might be able to find out more if you go to cosmetic stands in the mall or a reputable spa.

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