Before explaining the benefits of Derma Rollers and other micro needling products and before discussing derma rollers before and after results, it’s first important to understand why skin is unable to recover on it’s own from conditions such as acne, cellulite, stretch marks, scarring and aging.
As skin is damaged or simply ages, it loses collagen. Unfortunately, it’s collagen that keeps skin looking young and gives it the ability to recover from various types of damage. Furthermore, as skin ages, it’s slower to rejuvenate and is often unable to “shed” itself in order to produce a new healthier upper layer of skin. This means that when it comes to removing stretch marks, lessening wrinkles and improving aging skin, a little help is most definitely necessary.
If you’ve ever experienced a cut on a finger then you’ve also experienced the healing effects of your own body and skin. The cut signaled a healing process in the exact area the damage was done. What followed was a rush of “repair responders” that produced a closing of the wound and eventually a new upper layer of skin which, depending on the cut, may or may not have left a scar.
Perhaps you’ve begun to notice fine lines and maybe even deeper wrinkles appearing on your face, hands and other areas. These lines and wrinkles are a result of the aging process of skin and it’s inability to rejuvenate itself as the body ages.
Well, that’s where micro needling and Derma Rollers come in.
If you’ve ever heard of micro dermabrasion or skin peeling, then you’ve probably come to understand that those processes damage the upper layer of skin and cause it’s removal. Well, after some discomfort and usually lots of redness and the need for heavy sun protection for many, many weeks after use, the upper layer of skin is healed and replaced with a new, fresher layer. These procedures tend to be short lasting and often painful as well.
The microneedle roller doesn’t cause this type of damage but instead, pricks the skin (the “at home” variety of rollers contain needles that are very short and thin – yet still very effective) and causes the healing, rejuvenating process. Because this micro needling can be done almost daily (read the directions carefully before using) it’s benefits far outweigh the aforementioned procedures since they are far too damaging to be done on a regular basis. Furthermore, when used in combination with the right skin products such as various cleansers, lotions, creams and moisturizers, the Derma Roller or Micro Needle Rollers aid those products in getting further into the problem areas of the skin which means better penetration and better overall results as explained on Natural Beauty – best online microneedling portal in Norway.
There are a variety of skin needling products to choose from and in that variety is also a variety of sizes. For at home use, the largest or longest size needles are 1.5mm. Often it is recommended that individuals start with the smallest size roller and slowly graduate to larger ones. Also, depending on the condition of the skin and what problem areas and specific issues an individual is having such as scarring or wrinkling, will dictate what size and type of skin needler will best suit their needs.