Benefits of using a derma roller:
- Plumps up the skin, reducing fine lines & deep wrinkles
- Improves skin texture
- Reduces the appearance of crow's feet & laughter lines
- Helps to fade acne scars
- Reduces “ice pick” & chickenpox scarring
- Reduces patches of hyperpigmentation
- Reduces age spots & sun damage
- Minimises enlarged pores
- Reduces the appearance of stretch marks
- Boosts collagen & elastin fibres by up to an amazing 1000%!
- Reduces “absorption loss”; enhances the absorption of skin serums & moisturisers by as much as 2000%
Needle Sizes: 0.5mm vs 1mm
- The 0.5mm derma roller is the ideal size for treating skin issues such as wrinkles, pigmentation and scarring. You can use it on its own, or follow with a daily skin serum for accelerated results.
- With the 1mm derma roller, the needles go slightly deeper, which makes it suitable for moderate to severe acne scarring, and deep lines and wrinkles.
- The 0.5mm roller should ideally be used twice a week; the 1mm should be used once a week or once a fortnight.
Other uses: The Hey Gorgeous Derma Roller can also be used on other areas of the body to treat scars, loose skin, stretch marks, skin discoloration and even hair loss.
Skin types: Unlike IPL and laser therapy, Derma Rollers do not use thermal heat. They are therefore safe for use on all skin types and colours. There is no risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Does it hurt? The process does not hurt, although you may experience slight discomfort the first time you use the derma roller; this will lessen with each subsequent use.
For best results and for your own safety and comfort, please follow the detailed instructions enclosed with your kit, on how to use, clean and care for your derma roller.
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