For creating brighter, younger looking, smoother and healthier skin the derma roller therapy is used that stimulates the skin to repair and to regenerate safely.

It is a tiny cylindrical drum studded with micro-needles which can be rolled into the skin. The concept of derma rolling or micro-needling is quite simple. Derma roller works by creating tiny punctures into the skin to stimulate skin repair and cell regeneration. 0.5mm – Use Once/Month or every 7 days only if your skin can tolerate weekly treatment. 0.75mm Use every 4 to 6 Weeks or Twice/Month ONLY if your skin can tolerate multiple treatments. 1.0mm Use every 4 to 6 Weeks or Twice/Month ONLY if your skin can tolerate multiple treatments. While a derma roller may look like some kind of a torture device, it’s actually quite helpful and not painful at all when used properly. There are a plethora of benefits to derma rolling that can be taken advantage of when you follow a rolling-regimen, which is why it’s one of the hottest skin-health practices today.

However, this is a bit of a two-way street; after derma rolling, skin is generally at least mildly irritated, and just as vulnerable in terms of exposure to skin-harming elements and products. Therefore, it’s important to never (ever!) try a new skin product after derma rolling. The reality is, we never know exactly how our skin might react to a new product or ingredient, and if the reaction is a negative one, this will only be exacerbated by the skin being freshly needled and exposed.

Although we have detailed the benefits of derma rolling to some extent above, the truth is that their benefits are plentiful and couldn’t be contained within a how-to paragraph. Whether you are someone who suffers from acne, dry skin, weak skin, scarring, aged-looking skin, and more – it’s hard to imagine a skin ailment that cannot be remedied or at the least improved via derma rolling.

With that being said, derma rolling should never be performed on any kind of open wound or skin blemish. It would be counterproductive to say the least to puncture or further inflame existing wounds – allow irritated areas of the skin before using your derma roller. Our top-5 benefits of derma rolling outside of the inherently obvious are as follows:

  • Premature Aging

Not dissimilar to treating wrinkles, derma rolling has the capability to prevent and undo premature aging of the skin via triggering of collagen and elastin growth. By thickening, repairing, strengthening, and upping the elasticity of skin, derma rolling can have an anti-aging effect by giving skin a stronger, more youthful appearance – which is why it is one of the most frequently turned to skin treatments for anti-aging.

  • Hyperpigmentation

Conditions in which parts of the skin become darker in color than the surrounding skin, hyperpigmentation is highly noticeable and can make those suffering from it feel self-conscious and insecure. Luckily for those of us unfortunate enough to be dealing with hyperpigmentation, there is derma rolling. By helping to shed the top most layer of skin and produce melanocyte, derma rolling can diminish the effects of and even eliminate hyperpigmentation.

  • Pore Size

Clogged and enlarged pores are not only un-attractive. They can lead to great problems such as an increasingly acne-damaged layer of skin, blackheads, oily skin, and more. Often located on the nose and around the cheeks, derma rolling can help to reduce the size of enlarged pores by again, producing collagen, as well as by thickening the epidermis?