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5 Ways Microneedling Can Change Your Skin

If you keep yourself up-to-date on the latest skincare trends and techniques, you might be wondering what a vampire facial is. More formally known as microneedling, this procedure is a quick and relatively painless treatment that can improve your skin’s health and overall appearance naturally.


We all know that regular exfoliation is a necessary treatment to prevent breakouts, spots, and wrinkles, but not everyone has the time or money to invest in exfoliation. That’s where microexfoliating comes in. Using a microexfoliating roller that goes over the surface of your skin, in a matter of minutes you can remove dead skin cells and stimulate your skin’s healing process and gain, in a matter of minutes, many benefits to your skin. Microexfoliating rollers work on the following conditions effectively:


Scars can make us lose our confidence, and be a source of self-consciousness. Whether from surgery or a minor injury, we know that scars can be very annoying and hard to hide. Creams and other dermatological procedures might give you unexpected results, and dermalexfoliation is a great alternative. By stimulating the skin with a dermaroller that has microneedles in it, the dermaroller triggers the skin’s healing process, and produces more collagen. This collagen then can break down the scar tissue, which causes scars to fade. 


Discolorations in your skin tone can arise for a number of reasons, and can be frustrating for those of us who seek more uniform looking skin. A Micro Needle Dermaroller is safe for all skin shades, and its exfoliating process can help restore the upper layer of skin, and give it a natural and even tone. In addition, dermarolling with organic skincare serums and creams can also stimulate the delivery of nutrients to the skin and make it even more even and radiant.


As we age, our bodies produce less and less collagen and elastin, those ingredients that help make our skin smooth and healthy. As a result, wrinkles appear in the skin. They are Wrinkles are a natural byproduct of aging, lifestyle and other factors, and can be frustrating to see. Luckily, regular use of a microneedle roller and proper skincare products can boost the production of collagen and elastin, leaving your skin smoother and plumper in look and feel.


Acne can be very difficult to control and even harder to prevent. One of the most common skin conditions out there, breakouts can be very frustrating to deal with. Dermarolling can help your skin to absorb acne treatment products even better, which will give your acne the best treatment possible. The important thing to know is when your acne is active and when it isn’t. Dermarolling should only be done when the acne has subsided, or during an inactive breakout period. Make sure to not use Dermarolling when your acne is active!

We want to take the stress and worry out of your skincare routine. Flawless and healthy skin doesn’t have to be a full-time job, and you deserve youthful and healthy skin for life. The Derma Roller System is committed to natural health and beauty, and we encourage you to contact us with any of your questions or concerns!

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5 Ways To Determine Your Skin Type

If you’ve ever gone into a skincare store, or spoken with an expert on skincare, their first question is probably this: what is your skin type? If you’re not sure what type of skin you have (oily, dry, combination), don’t worry: we’ve got 5 ways to determine your skin type that will help you get started on using an effective skin care regimen.


Wash your face with a mild cleanser and then wait 30 minutes without adding serums, moisturizers or other products. After a half an hour, examine your skin for oily areas and dry patches. A tight feeling when you move your face indicates dry skin, while shine on your cheeks means your complexion is on the oily side. Shine just in the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) signifies combination skin.


Blotting paper, those wafer-thin sheets that you can pick up at any drugstore, are a great way to see what type of skin you have. Here’s what you need to do: dab blotting paper on your skin before cleansing it in the morning. If little to no oil is visible when you hold the sheet up to the light, you probably have dry skin. If you notice oil, you might either have oily or combination skin. A way to check is to see whether the oil appears on the cheeks as well, or just along the T-zone (the forehead and along the bridge of the nose).


Think of this one as conducting an experiment on your skin! Wash your face first thing in the morning, and then go about your normal day-to-day activities without applying any other products or cosmetics. Halfway through the day, look closely in the mirror. You’ll be able to tell if your face is oily all over or just in the T-zone. If you find your skin is peeling, patchy or see increased redness, this indicates you have dry or sensitive skin.


Similar to the visual examination, with this method wash your face and then leave it alone until after lunchtime. After this, gently feel your entire face with your (clean!) fingertips to see if your skin is dry, normal or oily (or a combination).


If none of these methods are effective, a final option is to go visit a dermatologist. Your dermatologist can analyze your skin type and recommend effective products that you can use.

Once you know your skin type, you can shop the Derma Roller System for skincare products that are tailored to your natural complexion.

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The Benefits Of Using Hyaluronic Acid With Your Dermaroller

If you’re looking for a way to beautify your skin, get great anti-aging effects, and increase how healthy and natural your skin looks, using hyaluronic acid with your dermaroller is an excellent option. Similar in appearance to a paint roller, the dermaroller tool has miniature needles in it and can be combined with hyaluronic acid to form a powerful anti-aging treatment. So if you’ve been looking for something new to give your skin that healthy glow we all want, this is a great option. But you might be wondering: what exactly is microneedling and what are the benefits of using hyaluronic acid with your dermaroller?


Micro needling is the process that a dermaroller performs on your skin. Here’s how it works: you glide a dermaroller over the surface of your skin, and the tiny needles that are on the dermaroller create tiny pinpricks that ignite the body’s natural healing process. Once the skin goes into healing mode, it releases collagen and elastin- two things that make our skin less wrinkly and healthier. This has a great effect for the appearance of pores, scars, wrinkles, and fine lines. And a great way to use this is in combination with hyaluronic acid.


Hyaluronic acid is a substance your body produces naturally, and it helps to keep the skin hydrated and healthy. As we age, the skin starts to lose its ability to retain moisture in the skin, which results in a lack of plumpness, pliability and firmness. When HA is used with your micro needle dermaroller, it boosts your skin’s water retention, which contributes to supple, younger-looking skin.


Dermarollers create tiny punctures in the skin, so when you use HA with your micro needle dermaroller, the HA is able to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin and provide greater hydration. This results in radiant, healthy skin.

 HA also has the following effects:

·        Offers antioxidant protection against harsh environmental conditions.

·        Protects skin against harsh chemicals and ingredients.

·        Replenishes skin against unprotected sun exposure.

·        Attracts and retains moisture.

·        Stimulates collagen production.

·        Banishes wrinkles, acne scars and fine lines.

HA with your dermaroller is an enhanced anti-aging solution that can give you long-lasting and exciting results. And if you want to take it even one step further, you can use an HA with a low molecular weight. Using one of these will allow the HA to reach deeper layers of your skin much faster for optimal results.