How to use a dermaroller for skin,hair problems at home?
What is a dermaroller?
The dermaroller, a tool with hundreds of tiny needles used in micro-needling techniques, is used to create tiny holes in the skin. When they originally came out, dermarollers were only used in the medical field, but now they are also used in at-home routines. Dermarolling is a simple procedure, however it is not suggested that it be done at home.
What are the benefits of dermarolling?
You may be familiar with how dermarolling helps the skin, hair growth, and many more.
benefits of dermarolling to skin
- decreased scars and wrinkles.
- decreased skin pigmentation and pimple scars.
- reduction in pore size and management of sebum.
- Helps in stretching marks shrinking.
- more effective product absorption into the skin.
What are the right techniques to use a dermaroller for skin?
- extract the dermaroller from the box.
- Wash it in warm water for 2 minutes and sanitise it.
- Wash your face before use of the dermaroller with a gentle face wash with some warm water.
- Then, roll it on specific areas of the skin and roll over each section three times: once vertically, once horizontally, and once diagonally.
- spray the dermaroller with an alcohol solution and wash it with warm water.
- Apply vitamin C serum to your skin for the best result in acne scars, pigmentation, and we can use it for many more problems of skin such as, dark sports, wrinkles, dark circles etc.
benefits of dermarolling to hair growth
- Hair product absorption.
- Helps in a scalp massage.
- Roots can absorb oxygen with this technique.
- Prevents Hair Loss with use.
- Delay Entry into the Catagen Phase.
What are the right techniques to use a dermaroller for hair?
You might be unsure of how to utilise a derma roller for hair now that you have one. Below, we've included instructions for using a derma roller on hair.
- By a specialist. The majority of skin care facilities provide derma rolling procedures.
- Do it yourself, at home, with little instruction.
Here's how you can use it on your own at home:
- Before using your derma roller, make sure it is clean and sanitary.
- Additionally, your scalp needs to be clean and dry.
- When you use it by yourself at home, it should be moved in all directions. 2–3 times in all directions, including diagonally.
- Repeat in any area you want to treat, but remember not to use it on a daily basis , you can use it 2 times a week.
What are the Pros and cons of derma roller?
Prons of dermarolloer
It's affordable for everyone, all can use it.
It isn't aggressive.
Less Expensive Than Laser treatment.
Helps in blackheads reduction on the nose and cheeks.
Helps in reducing whiteheads on the nose and cheeks.
Remove the hyperpigmentation.
A very simple and effective technique to brighten your face
Cons of dermarolloer
some side effects of dermaroller
- persistent soreness, redness, or swelling(but for the first 1 or 2 days only).
- scarring due to infection with flaky skin
- The way to minimise adverse effects is to follow all aftercare instructions, remain hydrated, and stay out of the sun for a week.
- There may be delays, and you will see noticeable results in 6 weeks.