Dermaroller treatment


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What is a dermaroller used for?

A dermaroller is a handheld device used in a cosmetic procedure called microneedling or collagen induction therapy. It typically consists of a handle with a roller attached, which has hundreds of tiny needles protruding from  its surface. These needles vary in length, typically ranging from 0.25 to 2.5 millimeters.

It's essential to use dermarollers correctly and with caution to avoid causing damage to the skin. Dermarolling should ideally be performed by a trained professional or under their guidance to ensure safety and effectiveness.

Dermaroller treatment

What are the benefits of the Dermaroller treatment?

Stimulates collagen production: The tiny needles on the dermaroller create micro-injuries in the skin,  prompting the body to produce collagen and elastin, which are essential for skin firmness and elasticity.
Improves skin texture: Regular use of a dermaroller can help smooth out rough skin texture, reducing the  appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars.
Enhances product absorption: Microneedling creates channels in the skin that allow skincare products to  penetrate deeper, maximizing their effectiveness.
Reduces hyperpigmentation: Dermarolling can help even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of dark  spots and hyperpigmentation.
Minimizes pore size: By stimulating collagen production and thickening the skin, dermarolling can help  minimize the appearance of enlarged pores.
Improves overall skin health: Microneedling promotes circulation and cell turnover, leading to healthier,  more radiant skin.

How does the Dermaroller procedure work?

During a dermarolling session, the roller is gently rolled over the skin, creating controlled micro-injuries. These micro-injuries stimulate the skin's natural healing process, leading to increased collagen and elastin production, which  can improve the skin's texture, firmness, and overall appearance.

Dermaroller treatment areas

Dermaroller is performed on specific areas of the face or neck where skin healing and texture improvement is desired. Areas typically treated are for fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin texture, hyperpigmentation,  enlarged pores and stretch marks

Frequently asked Questions

It can be used safely in a specialist beauty clinic by experienced therapists

Dermarolling can benefit all skin types, though those with sensitive skin should be mindful

Dermarolling is generally not considered to be painful.

Microneedling can cause bleeding so it may not be suitable for people with clotting or bleeding disorders, or who take medicine to thin their blood.

The usage of a derma roller may cause mild to moderate skin irritation, which may manifest as redness, itching, and inflammation. Such symptoms typically subside within a few hours to a day, following the use of the device. Improper sterilization of the derma roller or its application on infected or broken skin may elevate the risk of infection.

Generally you see results after 6-12 sessions of regular dermarolling.

Treatment Summary

Procedure time
15-30 mins
Pain relief
If required
Recovery time
1 day
Results last
Several months

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Treatment Prices

60 mins