5 REASONS YOU SHOULD USE THE DERMAROLLER FOR YOUR SKINCARE NEEDS!

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Hello Sassy Peeps!

Not sure about you guys but for the last month or so I have been hearing a lot about a really cool product called Dermaroller. The first few times it came up, I didn’t really think anything of it, but as time went on I became more and more intrigued. Ladies, you know we are always on the lookout for amazing new beauty products so I thought why not take a look.

During my research I found that the roller was first introduced in 1995. Collagen Induction Therapy or CIT process (also called the microneedling process) came about as a less risky method of skin care treatment. This sounds great to me, because less risky is always best in my book. Additionally, it stimulates the body’s natural healing process rather than using abrasive methods that harm the skin’s surface. The result is a treatment that is performed as an in-office procedure, meaning the client walks out right after the procedure. 
 
The microneedling process.
Microneedling involves the use of a device with micro sized, medical-grade needles that are stamped or rolled across the skin to penetrate the dermal layer of skin. It is in the dermal layer that collagen and elastin fibers are created to repair damage. Why encourage repair? In this produce, skin repairs itself by producing fresh, new cells to replace the damaged and dead cells.
 
There are an assortment of Dermaroller devices to treat different issues and areas. Dermapens and Dermastamps are for use on very small areas, such as a small scar. Those devices are shaped like a pen with a limited number of needles on them. The Dermaroller has a handle and a barrel shaped roller on the end which is covered in needles. This allows it to be rolled across the skin, making it easy to use on large areas or the face.
 
Collagen enhancement.
The microneedling procedure results in temporarily creating micro channels in the skin. These channels, or conduits, close within a couple hours of the treatment. While they are open, the skin is highly receptive to the absorption of topical products. This is the reason clinics use collagen or vitamin masks, collagen induction serums, and other vitamin or mineral enhancing products in conjunction with the procedure. Collagen plays a vital role in skin rejuvenation, especially when it comes to wrinkles. Radio frequency, ultherapy, and laser devices do not make the skin receptive to collagen induction.
 
What is involved in the treatment?
When you go to the clinic, the technician will offer a topical anesthetic so that the treatment is not uncomfortable. If they don’t offer it and you have a low tolerance for pain, you can easily request it. Once the anesthetic has had time to take effect, they will then use the Dermaroller device. Afterwards, they will hydrate the skin with moisturizers or saline. Depending on how large the area being treated, the application averages to about 15 minutes.
If the skin condition is moderate to severe, you will likely require several sessions about six weeks apart. This allows time for collagen production to begin and to measure results before another session.
 
What skin conditions can be treated?
This procedure is used for a variety of skin issues, including acne prone skin, scar reduction, regrowing hair, and more. You can use it to give your skin a healthy look as it reduces pore size and smooths the skin. By stimulating collagen production, it thickens the skin, making it work well for anti aging. It is used for scar reduction because it reaches down to the dermal layer of skin to initiate collagen production to restart the healing process. Over time, the scar tissues will be replaced with healthy tissue.
 
Last things to consider.
The best way to take care of your skin after your treatment is by protecting the skin from further damage. Use sunblock with a good SPF before going out in the sun and limit your exposure for at least a couple weeks. Keep moisturizing your skin as hydration plays a role in the healing process. Be patient while waiting for the results. Your body does not heal instantly and this process works with your skin’s ability to repair itself, so it will take time to see the full effects.
 
Based on the information I found I would definitely give it a try. How about you Sassy Peeps…Have you heard of the product before and if so would you try it? Inquiring minds want to know?
 
Have A Happy Healthy, and Remember to Always… 
Stay Sassy!

42 Comment

  1. This is the perfect blog for anyone who wants to know about this topic.Thanks for posting this, I saw a couple other similar posts but yours was the best so far. The ideas are strongly pointed out and clearly emphasized.

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  2. Thanks Elizabeth. I really appreciate your awesome comment

  3. Pam says: Reply

    This is the first time I have heard about Dermarolling. It sounds like it is really beneficial for a lot of different skin conditions!

  4. I have never heard of one of these before but it sounds great. My skin could use a little help so maybe this is what I need.

  5. My skin has been very acne prone since I got pregnant. This is something I will have to try out!

  6. I have never heard of this before! I really want to try this! Maybe it can make my skin look healthier!

  7. This is pretty interesting. I've not heard of the dermaroller, but would definitely give it a try.

  8. This makes a lot of sense. I can see how promoting skin repair would be helpful. What a cool treatment.

  9. Lots of good information! Thank you. So much to learn in this world

  10. Amanda says: Reply

    This sounds really beneficial, but I have to honest and say that it looks scary! Is it painful?

  11. Brandy says: Reply

    I've never heard of dermarolling before! I would love to give something like this a try.

  12. Ann B says: Reply

    I have never heard of the Dermaroller before. It sounds like an interesting process. I would give it a try.

  13. My friend tried the Dermaroller and has had great results. I would love to give it a try.

  14. I keep hearing about dermaroller. Maybe I finally need to use it for myself!

  15. I have never heard of Dermroller before. Sounds like a possible option for those who might want to consider this kind of treatment.

  16. I am always on the lookout for new beauty products! Never heard of the dermroller and now I am all about getting one and trying it! Thanks for the resource!

  17. I've never heard of this before! I really want to try this! Maybe it can make my skin look better!

  18. Mimi B says: Reply

    I've never heard of this before! I have a scar that this would probably make look so much better! I bet it would help with my son's acne. That's for the introduction to the method.

  19. I haven't heard of this before. I am not a big fan of needles even though I do have a high tolerance for pain.

  20. Stacie says: Reply

    This is interesting. I didn't know that this existed. Something to keep in mind.

  21. This actually sounds and looks like it would feel great on my skin! I am certainly up for trying it!

  22. Erica Stones says: Reply

    It is great to see that I am on the right track. You always have good ideas! Thank you for being so generous with your knowledge.

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  23. This is the first I’ve ever heard of this. Thanks for sharing. It sounds interesting.

  24. This sounds interesting. I would definitely have to ask for the anesthetic, though. I’m not sure I could handle a needle roller without it.

  25. I have never heard of one, but I want to try it! My skin could use a little help with dryness and wrinkles. Anything that can help I am all for!

  26. Chloe says: Reply

    I’ve never heard of this before but if it can do everything it says it can do then sign me up!

  27. This is very interesting information. I had never heard of the Dermaroller before but it sounds like something that would be very beneficial.

  28. Emily says: Reply

    I have not heard of this before, it seems like a great idea! I am starting to really put my skincare health higher up on my to-do list and something like this would be great!

  29. I have a derma roller too. I usually use it twice a week when I do a total facial on myself. After micro needling I usually have a mask. Very good for the skin!

  30. Rebecca Swenor says: Reply

    The Demaroller is something I have never thought about using but heard it does wonders for the skin. This is something I will have to try and share with my sisters as well. Thanks for sharing your experience.

  31. Interesting, I’ve never heard of the Dermaroller before. It looks like a mini Medieval torture device. But if it works and removes cellulite, I’ll be the first one in line!

  32. Ann Bacciaglia says: Reply

    I have never heard of this before. It sounds like something I would definitely try. I will have to add it to my Christmas wish list.

  33. I should tell my husband that I want one of these in my stocking. I am getting older and could use a bit of help keeping my skin looking good.

  34. Kathy says: Reply

    That looks like an interesting product. I think I have heard of this before too. I would love to try this product out.

  35. Echo says: Reply

    I don’t know if I could do this! I have super sensitive skin and this would probably hurt really bad!

  36. I have heard good things about the Dermaroller. I need to check it out.

  37. I’ve heard these are great and I’ve been wanting to try one for myself. I may have to indulge myself and treat me to one of these as well as my BFF.

  38. kendall says: Reply

    I’ve always wanted to try a microneedling process!! It seems like it’s so amazing for your skin – this looks so great! I’ve never heard of it but I really want to try it out. I need to grab one!!

  39. I need to start paying attention to my skin, I notice dry skin more and more as I get older.

  40. Eloise says: Reply

    I bought one a few months ago and I use it every now and then… I DO like having it! Anything that helps with skin care is a plus (that is if it’s safe and not too dramatic- like surgery… no thank you!)

  41. jo says: Reply

    Haven’t heard of dermaroller until I bumped into this post! That looks ticklish. LOL! If only to aid in scar removal, I think I’d love to try it.

  42. CourtneyLynne says: Reply

    I was sent one of these for a review a few years ago… was very skeptical but omg!!! I love the thing. Works wonders

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