Derma Roller by Amire
Why You Need a Dermaroller
- Signs of visible aging (fine lines & winkles)
- Most people use derma rolling for improvement in lines and wrinkles on the face.Â Many clinical studies have shown a noticeable improvement of skin.
- Sun damage
- Stretch marks and scars
- Derma rolling helps reduce the appearance of scars by breaking up old collagen and forming a new matrix of collagen that better follows the skins natural pattern, rather than the unidirectional pattern that scars form.
- Appearance of stretch marks is also improved because of improved collagen patterns
- Dry/rough skin (our vitamin C serum will hydrate your skin quickly!)
- Enlarged pores
- Uneven texture
- Pigment/age spots
- People have reported improvement in pigmentation after derma rolling.Â The level of success varies per person due to a number of factors.Â Since derma rolling has said to help regulate melanogenesis and melanocyte differentiation, which helps improve age spots.
- Acne Scars
- DO NOT USE ROLLER ON ACNE.Â Rolling over active acne may spread the bacteria and make the condition worse.Â Derma rolling is to be used to improve the appearance of ACNE SCARS and also helps better deliver acne product to your skin.
- Loose Skin
The list can go on for many other benefits but these are the main reasons most people decide to use this revolutionary kit because derma rolling is not actually injecting anything into the skin; it simply allows for products applied afterwards a direct path to the skinâ€™s deeper layers for optimal results.Â It allows an easy way to break past the dead or damaged layers that prevent a product from reaching its max potential.
Some Micro-needling Clinical Trials
There are many skincare products claiming crazy things so its hard to figure out what works and what doesnâ€™t.Â Below are some studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of skin rolling
- A 2006 study involving biopsies from ten patients showed an average increase of 206% in new fibres after receiving just one treatment with a micro-needle roller. One person in the study experienced a 1000% increase in new fibers. Skin tissue damage was not noted.
- In a 2008 study of 480 patients who experienced wrinkles, scarring, loose skin and stretch marks, patients noted an average improvement of between 60-80% in their skin following derma roller treatment. Collagen and elastin improvements were still apparent six months after the treatment.
- A 2009 study found 34 of 37 patients improved the appearance of scars by one or two grades following the use of derma rolling.