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Purederm Anti-Aging Mask http://amzn.to/2FNQm0v
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A dermaroller/microneedling tool is covered with tiny needles that you roll along your skin. These needles create a lot of very small micro-injuries and those injuries trigger your skin to send collagen and elastin to help repair the issues. Collagen and elastic production is responsible for tight and clear skin, so it can help with a variety of issues and, because it can be done inexpensively in the home, it has become a popular way of assisting your anti-aging skin routine.
|Problem | Size||.25mm||.50mm||.75mm||1mm||1.5mm||2mm||.2.5mm|
|Anti-Aging / Wrinkles||✓||✓||✓|
This is the general information I’ve found on how often to use the dermaroller. Guidelines range quite a bit on the .5mm and .75mm sizes, some even say you can use them every week. I would start low and see what your skin can tolerate.
|0.25 mm||every other day|
|0.5 mm||1 to 4 times a month|
|0.75 mm||1 to 2 times a month|
|1.0 mm||every 10 to 14 days|
|1.5 mm||once every 3 to 4 weeks|
|2.0 mm||every 6 weeks (avoid this length for home use)|
You should avoid chemical exfoliants, salicylic acid, retinol, or benzoyl peroxide after your dermarolling treatment. The best products to use will be hyaluronic acid, vitamin c, snail essence products, or cell regeneration treatments.
The skin is able to regenerate approximately every 28 days, so it will take that long to see any really obvious effects of the treatment. You can, however, most likely see the effects of better absorption of your moisturizers and serums right away, leading to radiant and more hydrated skin.