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3 Ways The Derma Roller System Can Help You

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The Derma Roller is a minimally-invasive procedure which causes micro-punctures on the skin. These micro-punctures are not damaging and do not cause open wounds. After a short while, these punctured ‘channels close up after the body’s immune system is triggered. This triggering of the immune system causes more collagen to be produced to treat the punctured skin.

By stimulating healthy cell regeneration in the targeted areas, the Derma Roller System triggers the construction of new skin and tissue. It helps reduce the signs of aging by reducing wrinkles, tightening the skin and filling out scars. 

1. Treatment

The Derma Roller uses surgical-grade microneedles which can puncture the epidermis and reach into the skin’s dermis, causing precision pin-point bleeding which triggers the body’s immune response.

2. The Immuno-Response

A few minutes after perforation of the skin, the channels close and the healing process starts. The immune system invades the punctured area with fibroblasts which produce collagen and help heal the skin.

3. Younger Looking Skin 

After the immune-response, new collagen and elastin is formed. The epidermis becomes thicker and more supple each time treatment is performed, leading to younger looking skin in the long-term.


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Chloe Glynne

★ Platinum Level Expert Author

Chloe Glynne is a skin care consultant with 12 years of personal experience in the industry. She is recognized for her skin care advice in the treatment of skin disorders such as acne and rosacea, unwanted wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, damaged skin, with emphasis on anti-aging.


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