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Derma rolls – what is microneedling and does it hurt?

The beauty treatment for fine lines, wrinkles and acne scars

The search for younger looking skin never ends. We will try everything – invest in everything Anti-aging products The world has to offer, try and drink three liters of water a day (why is it so easy to drink wine, but damn difficult to drink the recommended amount of water ?!) and to take the best Skin preparations when we think it will get rid of our crow’s feet. What are everyone doing now? Derma rolls. But what exactly is that?

What is Derma Rolling?

Derma rolling or micro-needling is a treatment in which a device that looks a bit like a tiny paint roller is rolled over the skin. This roller is covered with tiny needles that pierce the skin when rolling over the face and neck.

These punctures do two things: 1) The skin is put into regeneration mode because it believes it has been injured. And 2) create small channels in the layers of your skin, which means that products can penetrate further to get where they are needed, thus improving their effectiveness.

Derma rolling benefits

“Microneedling is an extremely effective treatment for reducing fine lines, wrinkles and pore size. Collagen stimulation also improves skin texture and the appearance of acne scars,” he says Kate Kerr, a celebrated beautician who offers a range of microneedle treatments in her clinic Mondrian London hotel.

There is also minimal downtime, making it an extremely attractive alternative to traditional anti-aging treatments like chemical peels.

Dasma rolls at home compared to derma rolls in the clinic

You can now buy your own Derma rollers or Derma stamps Use (Kerr’s preferred method) at home to treat yourself to microneedles.

The main difference between home and clinic in needle length. “Although the treatment method for skin care and professional needle techniques is similar, the procedure gives a completely different result,” explains Kerr. “The micro-needling performed in the clinic uses a much longer needle, and although this also creates a micro-channel for effective product penetration, the goal is to trigger trauma.

“This trauma deep in the skin triggers the wound healing cascade and stimulates the fibroblast and increases the production of Hyaluronic acid, Collagen and elastin. This is comparable to home treatments where the main benefit is to increase product penetration. “

Home devices usually have no longer than 1.5 mm derma roller needles, while devices in the clinic can be up to 8 mm long.

Does derma rolling hurt?

This depends entirely on the length of the needles on the derma roller. Derma roller needles at home are short, so don’t prick them deep enough to hurt them.

However, anything over 1.5 mm can be painful, so facials apply an anesthetic cream to your face an hour before the treatments. You can also take blood with the longer needles, but nothing to be afraid of.

Micro needling devices for the home

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Derma rolls GloPro

There is not a large selection of microneedles for the home, but places like SwissClinic and BeautyBio got her. Beauty Bio’s GloPRO The tool, £ 190, is particularly good because of its removable heads for different parts of the body – face, eyes, lips and body.

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How often should you roll derma?

“At home twice a week,” recommends Kerr. “And a course of three to six treatments at intervals of four to six weeks once a year in the clinic – it has been shown that the resulting increased fibroblast effect lasts for 12 to 18 months.”

Which skin care product should you use before and after treatment?

Hydration is key both before and after. “Apply a layer of hyaluronic acid serum to a small area and do not apply any additional pressure. I like Medik8 Hydr8 B5[£40atLookfantastic[£40atLookfantastic[£40beiLookfantastic[£40atLookfantastic]]”Says Kerr.” After treatment, you also need to use moisturizing products, not vitamin C or retinole. “

Where can I book a derma rolling treatment?

With Kate Kerr in her clinic, of course – her Dermapen microneedling treatment starts at £ 250 for 90 minutes.

Alternatively, you can try Skin Design London’s Radiance Roller treatment, which uses a derma roller under 1.5mm, so the anesthetic cream is not required. You will look a little rosy on the tube afterwards, but you will wake up to beautiful skin. It costs £ 60 and is available from both John Bell & Croyden or Fortnum & Mason.

We strongly recommend that you include this super duper treatment in your routine.

Either through regular appointments or with a home device.

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