Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller
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Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Frequently Asked Questions
A Skincare Revolution: Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller
The Dr Roller Derma Roller (Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller) is a simple instrument which has the incredible ability to naturally stimulate elastin and collagen production in the skin without causing any damage. A Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller may be used by women or men and has a number of beneficial effects:
- Scar Reduction – which includes acne scar removal
- Stretchmark Reduction
- Anti Ageing Therapy
- Anti Wrinkle Therapy
- Cellulite Reduction
- Hair Loss Treatment / Hair Regrowth
- Hyper Pigmentation Treatment
QUESTION? What do scars, wrinkles, stretch marks and uneven skin have in common?
ANSWER: A lack of collagen! If your body would produce more collagen then you wouldn’t get them. Frequent use of a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller offers nature a helping hand by stimulating collagen production in the skin, which will help reverse or prevent their formation.
Even the celebrities of Hollywood are using cosmetic micro needling to give their skin a smooth and youthful glow. Maybe the most famous showbiz personalities reported to have Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller therapy are Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
What is the Dr Roller Derma Roller / CIT Roller?
The Dr Roller Derma Roller (or CIT Roller) is a precision engineered medical device, with the ease of use necessary to use in the privacy and comfort of your own home. It is based on a simple hand held roller which has 192 surgical steel microneedles which can part the pores of the uppermost layer of the skin without damaging it. The pores return to normal about one hour later, but during that time, your skin is significantly better able to absorb and benefit from skincare creams and lotions.
The picture shown below shows a close-up view of the device. The needles are just 1 millimetre in length so all you feel is a tickling sensation when the Dr Roller Derma Roller is used.
Want to watch the Derma Roller being put to the test on Television? See a genuine customer review and the skin roller in use.
Micro needling of the skin is an increasingly popular cosmetic treatment, but the Dr Roller Derma Roller is an FDA approved product which is easy enough that you can operate it at home. In fact, it has comparable results to Laser Treatment, Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion, but it is a whole lot less invasive and carries only a small proportion of the cost.
So how does the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Give You Better Skin?
As you roll the Dermaroller across your skin, it creates microscopic punctures into the dermis – the majority of which are just pushing your pores open temporarily. This is perceived by the body as damage, which stimulates the release of growth factors that trigger the production of elastin and collagen. The human body reacts to any damage by initiating the process of healing, but usually it will just mend as far as is necessary to keep you in good health – which is completely different to healing to a cosmetic level. By frequently stimulating this repair mechanism, you encourage your body to carry on healing until the process is done.
The body generally accepts that scars, stretch marks and wrinkles are acceptable, but with a gentle frequent reminder brought about by the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller the body is tricked into continuing the repair process until the body has also repaired itself on a cosmetic level. This process of remodelling can carry on for literally months beyond each Dermal Roller treatment, but detectable changes may be seen within a week or two! The skin naturally renews itself every forty days, so with a little stimulation, the changes can be dramatic and fast.
Skin microneedling with a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller may be conducted safely on all colours of skin and all skin types. Other cosmetic processes typically need to avoid sensitive areas – like around the eyes, the neck and the backs of the hands, but with a shorter microneedle length a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller can be used on each of these areas. The epidermis and melanocytes in the basal area are not harmed, so there is no possibility of post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.
So How do you use a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller?
The Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller process is not at all difficult and can be carried out in your own home. Check out our Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Instructions page for additional details.
How quickly does the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller give me results?
As you would imagine, the speed you will get results depends on what you are trying to treat and how extensively the body must remodel the area in question. This cycle of skin remodelling often continues for numerous weeks after each Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller treatment, but noticeable changes can be observed within around 7 days! The skin automatically renews itself every forty days, so with a few sessions changes can be dramatic and fast.
Does the skin rolling process hurt? or can it make you bleed?
There are two methods of Derma Rolling. The first method requires the use of numbing cream to numb the area, which allows more aggressive use of the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller at most once each week. The second method, requires using the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller with slight force up to perhaps 5 times per week. Using the roller lightly gives a tingling feeling and is not painful – but your face is more sensitive to it than your body.
Neither type of rolling should make you bleed. You might find a temporary reddening of the skin for an hour or so after each session and it may create a sensation a bit like mild sunburn. We recommend the use of sunscreen / block after micro needling. Take a look at the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Instructions page for further details.
Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Before and After Photos
See the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Before and After Pictures page for truly amazing evidence of how well a Dr Roller Derma Roller can work for you! You can also take a look at the Dermaroller Diary Series for week by week progress pictures.
Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Reviews
Can the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller treat wrinkles?
A Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller may be used to treat deep wrinkles, fine wrinkles, skin creases and lines including laughter lines, crow’s feet, smile lines, wrinkles on the forehead (scowl lines), creases around the mouth or lips – such as smoker’s mouth, on the jaw line and neck (including jowl lines), the chest (decolletes), the backs of the hands and more. Take a look at our Derma Rollers Before and After Pictures page for compelling evidence of how well a Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller can work for you!
Can a Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller really treat stretch marks?
Stretchmark removal is only one of the many benefits associated with the use of a Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller. Stretch marks occur when the skin is forced to stretch stretched rapidly. The outermost layer of skin isn’t affected, but the dermis beneath becomes thinner and develops small tears. The blood vessels that lie under the skin show through, which gives the stretch marks a reddish colour. A short time later, when the capillaries constrict, the purplish colour can fade to silvery white.
The most common causes of stretchmarks are pregnancy (between 75% and 90% of women develop stretch marks during pregnancy), growth spurts in young people, rapid muscle growth in body builders and weightloss or gain.
The process of reducing stretch marks or the treatment of stretch marks occurs as the Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller stimulates the production of fresh collagen fibres and elastin in the skin. The stretch marks gradually fill in, the skin grows thicker, tightens and the elasticity is restored. The speed at which stretch marks removal can be achieved depends upon the severity of the case, but clear changes may be seen in as little as a week with dramatic results in a month or less.
Please check out the Dermaroller Diary page to look at sequential images of the excellent results that may be obtained while using a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller to reduce stretch marks.
Can a Dr Roller Derma Roller reduce cellulite?
Certainly! Just take a look at the Derma Rollers Before and After Photos page for some compelling evidence showing how well a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller could work for you! Cellulite treatment and even cellulite removal may be accomplished with frequent treatments with a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller. Cellulite treatments may be carried out up to five times each week with the Dr Roller Derma Roller on the legs, thighs, hips, buttocks (bottom), stomach, arms.
So will the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller help with hairloss / baldness?
Limiting hairloss and alopecia is an area which a lot people enquire about. The Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller is a hairloss product that gives great results. In recent studies, over a 3 month period, men who used a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller experienced an increase in hair growth alog with an average 80% decrease in hairloss. The hair restoration and regrowth process has been shown to aid thinning hair, balding, bald spots, receding hairlines, alopecia and more conditions besides.
Take a look at the Dermaroller Before and After Photographs page for some genuine proof of how well a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller can get you results!
So can a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller cure acne scars / surgery scars?
Acne scar removal and acne scar therapy are a frequent use for a Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller, in addition to reducing surgery scars, pitted skin, enlarged pores, chicken pox scars, burn scars and many more conditions. View the Skin Roller Before and After Photos page to see some compelling evidence of how well a Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller can give you great results
As far as home cosmetic procedures go, the results of using a Dermaroller are fantastic. Different types of scarring which may be treated include chicken pox scars, ice pick scars, appendectomy scars (appendix scar), burn scars, surgical or surgery scars, caesarian section scars, breast enlargement scars and tummy tuck scar removal.
Which needle length should I select when choosing my CIT Roller?
The Dr Roller Dermaroller can be bought in a choice of different needle lengths, so you should select the needle length which best suits the particular condition or part of the body you are attempting to treat.
Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Needle sizes for in-home use include 0.5mm, 1mm (1.0mm), 1.5mm and for professional use, we also have 2mm (2.0mm) and 2.5mm rollers. In addition, we have 3 line rollers (made more narrow to treat harder to treat areas such as around the nose) in 1.0mm and 1.5mm need lengths.
Take a look at the needle sizes page for additional detailed information on selecting the most appropriate needle length for you.
Is this the same as other Skin Rollers?
No. Not all skin rollers are the same. Some do not carry the FDA approval that the Dr Roller Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller does. Other cheaper rollers are often disposable and aren’t made to the same specification of surgical steel (as a result, they may blunt or break), and more importantly is if they are gamma sterilized. The Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller is constructed to the highest specification so that it may be reused intensively for 12 to 24 weeks. It is manufactured / quality controlled in accordance with ISO/CE/FDA standards and gamma sterilised according to ISO 11137.
How much is a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller?
The Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller starts at £55 RRP £79.99 including all taxes and free worldwide shipping and is available to order online for delivery worldwide. If you don’t know how much that costs in your own currency, use the currency converter at www.xe.com (opens in a new browser window).
So How can I buy a Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller?
So is the Derma Roller Stretch Marks Roller Guaranteed to Work?
Watch the guarantee video below to discover how you too can get great results – or your money back!
Skin needling or microneedling is safe, effective and is simple to use at home.