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Dermis Roller FAQ’s
A Skin Care Revolution: Dermis Roller
The Dr Roller Derma Roller (Dermis Roller) is an incredible instrument which can naturally stimulate elastin and collagen production in the skin without damaging it. A Dermis Roller can be used by women or men and has numerous beneficial effects:
- Scar Removal – including acne scar removal
- Stretchmark Removal
- Anti Ageing Treatment
- Anti Wrinkle Treatment
- Cellulite Removal
- Hair Loss Therapy / Hair Regrowth
- Hyper Pigmentation Treatment
QUESTION? What do stretch marks, scars, wrinkles and uneven skin have in common?
ANSWER: Insufficient collagen! If your skin could produce more collagen then you wouldn’t get them. The use of a Dermis Roller offers nature a helping hand by stimulating the production of collagen in your skin, which helps reverse / prevent their formation.
Even the stars of Hollywood are using cosmetic microneedling to give them a smooth and youthful glow. Quite possibly the most famous showbiz personalities said to have undergone Dermis Roller therapy are Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
What is the Dr Roller Derma Roller / Skin Roller?
The Dr Roller Derma Roller (or Skin Roller) has the features of a precision engineered medical instrument, with the ease of use necessary to use in the comfort and privacy of your home. It is based on a simple hand-held roller which has 192 surgical steel microscopic needles which are able to open the pores of the surface layer of your skin without damaging it. Your pores return to normal about an hour later, but during that time, your skin is much better able to absorb and benefit from skincare creams and lotions.
The photograph shown below shows a close-up image of the roller. The microneedles are just 1 millimetre in length so it gives you a tickling feeling when the Dr Roller Derma Roller is used.
Want to see a Dermis Roller being tested on TV? See a real customer evaluation and the Derma Roller in use.
Microneedling of the skin is becoming an increasingly common cosmetic procedure, but the Dr Roller Derma Roller is an FDA approved device which is user-friendly enough that anyone can operate it at home. In fact, it has equivalent results to Laser Therapy, Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion, but it is significantly less invasive and is just a small proportion of the cost.
Exactly how does the Dermis Roller Give You Better Skin?
As you roll the Dermaroller across your skin, it makes pin point punctures into the dermis – most of which are simply pushing your pores open temporarily. This is perceived by the skin as damage, which causes the release of growth factors that stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. Your body is designed to react to any injury by initiating the process of healing, but usually it will just repair as far as it must to keep you in good health – which is completely different to healing to a cosmetic level. By constantly triggering this repair mechanism, you encourage your skin to continue regenerating until the process is completed.
Your skin typically accepts that stretchmarks, scars and wrinkles are acceptable, but with the gentle frequent reminder caused by the Dermis Roller your skin is tricked into continuing the healing process until your body has also mended itself on a cosmetic level. This process of remodelling can carry on for months after each Derma Roller session, however, visible changes may be experienced within 7 – 10 days! Your skin naturally regenerates itself every forty days, so if you persevere, the changes can be fast and dramatic.
Cosmetic micro needling with the Dermis Roller can be carried out safely on all types of skin and all colours of skin. Other treatments typically need to avoid delicate areas – like the backs of the hands, around the eyes and the neck, but with a lower micro needle size the Dermis Roller can be used on any of these areas. The epidermis and melanocytes in the basal area are not harmed, so there’s no possibility of post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.
How do you use a Dermis Roller?
The Dermis Roller process is simple and can be comfortably done in your own home. Take a look at our Dermis Roller Instructions page for additional details.
How quick does the Dermis Roller give me results?
Naturally, the rate at which you will get results depends upon what you are treating along with how far your skin must remodel the area in question. The process of skin remodelling can continue for several weeks or months after each Derma Roller session, but noticeable results can be observed within 7 – 10 days! Your skin automatically renews itself every forty days, so with a bit of effort changes can be dramatic.
So does the skin rolling process hurt? or make you bleed?
There are two ways to use your Dermis Roller. One version involves the application of cream to numb the area, which allows more aggressive use of the Dermis Roller at most once per week. The second alternative, involves using the device with only light pressure up to 5 times a week. Using the Dermis Roller softly gives a tickling feeling and is not painful – however, your face is more sensitive to it than your body.
Neither of these two methods should draw blood. You might see a temporary reddening of your skin for up to an hour after dermal rolling and it has been known to create a feeling similar to mild sunburn. We advocate the application of sunscreen / block after rolling. Visit the Derma Roller Instructions page for further details.
Dermis Roller Before and After Pictures
Take a look at the Dermis Roller Before and After Pictures page for truly amazing evidence of how well the Dr Roller Derma Roller can work for you! See also the Dermaroller Diary Series for week by week progress photos.
Dermis Roller Reviews
Can the Dermis Roller remove wrinkles?
A Dermis Roller may be used to remove deep wrinkles, fine wrinkles, skin creases and lines such as laughter lines, crow’s feet, smile lines, wrinkles on the forehead or scowl lines, around the mouth or lips – such as smoker’s mouth, on the jaw line and neck (including jowl lines), the chest (decolletes), the back of the hands and more. Look at our Derma Roller Before and After Pictures page for compelling evidence of how effectively a Dr Roller Dermis Roller can work for you!
Can the Dr Roller Derma Roller really treat stretchmarks?
Stretch mark treatment is just one of the many benefits associated with the use of the Dr Roller Derma Roller. Stretch marks happen when your skin is forced to stretch stretched suddenly. The outer layer of skin isn’t affected, but the dermis beneath becomes thinner and develops tiny tears. The capillaries that lie under the surface of the skin show through, giving the stretch marks a reddish colour. 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 mothers develop stretch marks as part of their pregnancy), adolescent growth spurts, swift muscle growth in body builders and weightloss or weight gain.
The process of removing stretchmarks or treating stretch marks happens as the Dr Roller Derma Roller stimulates the production of fresh collagen fibres and elastin in the skin. The stretch marks gradually fill in, the skin grows thicker, becomes tighter and elasticity is restored. The rate at which stretch marks removal can be achieved is related to the severity of the stretchmarks, but clear changes may be detected in as little as a week with dramatic results in a month or less.
Please see the Dermaroller Diary page to see weekly images of the incredible results that can be achieved while using a Derma Roller to treat stretchmarks.
Can the Dr Roller Derma Roller eliminate cellulite?
Certainly! You can check out the Derma Roller Before and After Pictures page for some compelling evidence showing how well the Dermis Roller can work for you! Cellulite reduction and even cellulite removal may be achieved by frequent treatment with the Dermis Roller. Anti Cellulite treatment can be conducted up to 5 times per week with the Dr Roller Derma Roller on the hips, thighs, legs, buttocks (bottom), arms and stomach (belly).
So can a Dermis Roller cure hairloss / alopecia?
Treating hairloss and alopecia is an area which a lot people enquire about. The Dr Roller Derma Roller is a hairloss product that gives remarkable results. In a recent trial, carried out over a 3 month period, men treated with a Dermis Roller had an increase in hair growth in addition to an average eighty percent decrease in hairloss. The hair restoration and regrowth process can aid thinning hair, balding, bald spots, receding hairlines, alopecia and more conditions besides.
Visit the Derma Rollers Before and After Pictures page for some extraordinary proof showing how well the Dermis Roller can get you the results you want!
How can the Dermis Roller cure acne scarring / surgery scarring?
Acne scar removal and acne scar therapy are a common use for the Dr Roller Dermaroller, in addition to removing surgery scarring, pitted skin, large pores, chicken pox scars, burn scars and more. Visit the Skin Roller Before and After Pictures page to see some compelling evidence of how well the Dr Roller Derma Roller can get you great results
As far as home beauty treatments go, the results of treatment with the Dermaroller are remarkable. Other types of scarring that may be improved include chicken pox scarring, ice pick scarring, appendectomy scars (appendix scars), burn scars, surgical or surgery scars, caesarian section scarring, breast reduction scarring and tummy tuck or abdominal reduction scar removal.
What needle size should you choose when selecting a Mesotherapy Roller?
The Dr Roller Dermaroller may be purchased in a wide range of different needle sizes, so you should choose the needle size that is most appropriate for the condition or part of your body you are attempting to treat.
Derma Roller Needle sizes for at-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 in order to reach harder to reach areas for example, around your nose) in 1.0mm and 1.5mm need lengths.
Visit the needle lengths page for additional detailed information on how to choose the most appropriate needle size for you.
Are these the same as other Skin Rollers?
No. Not all skin rollers are the same. Some do not carry the FDA listing that the Dr Roller Derma Roller does. Alternative cheap rollers are frequently for one use only and aren’t made from the same grade of surgical steel (so they may go blunt or break), and most concerning is whether or not they are gamma sterilized. The Dermis Roller is made to the highest specification so that it may be used repeatedly and intensively for 3-6 months. It is manufactured / quality controlled in accordance with ISO/CE/FDA standards and gamma sterilised according to ISO 11137.
How much is the Dermis Roller?
The Dermis Roller starts at £55 RRP £79.99 including all taxes and free worldwide shipping and is available to order online for delivery anywhere in the world. If you aren’t sure how much that is in your own currency, use the currency converter at www.xe.com (launches in a new window).
How can I buy a Dermis Roller?
Is the Dermis Roller Guaranteed to Give Results?
Check out the guarantee video below to learn how you too can get amazing results – or your money back!
Skin needling or micro needling is safe, effective and is simple to use in the home.