1. Sharing of your dermaroller is discouraged. You can get infection if you share your dermaroller. It is only for personal use.
2. Dermarollers should be replaced. Dermarollers are not meant for long time use. It is recommended that you replace it after 3-4 uses because the microneedles get dull over several uses and it may not be effective if you continue using it.
3. Always consult with a dermatologist. For any present skin condition like open wounds, active breakouts, inflammation, skin asthma, rosacea, eczema or psoriasis, and blood clotting disease- dermaroller is not recommended. If you also wish to use long microneedle sizes, always consult a dermatologist because longer sizes of needles are only for professional administration.
4. Avoid washing the treated area right away. Allow the skin to recover after dermarolling. This is to avoid inflammation and to allow healing after creating some trauma to the skin during the pricking or rolling. It is recommended to give it a rest for about 12 hours before washing the treated areas.
5. Sanitize your dermaroller BEFORE and AFTER use. Never use a dermaroller that has not been sanitized and never keep it without sanitizing again. There is always a potential of getting infection that’s why this reminder should never be ignored.
6. Take care of your dermaroller. Do not expose your dermaroller in germs by leaving it in open spaces where it can be contaminated. Always make sure you put it back in its storage or container box AFTER using. Never soak your derma roller in a boiling water to avoid breaking and damaging the needles. Do not use a tissue when wiping it because the fibers may get into each microneedle. Just allow it to air dry.
7. Watch out for any damage. If you see that the microneedles have rusts or they are bended and broken, DO NOT use it and immediately discard.
8. Get a high quality derma roller. To ensure efficacy, get a quality dermaroller that are safe and reliable. Getting cheap and low quality derma rollers can produce damage and even painful experience. Their microneedles usually bend and break easily.
If you are wondering what dermaroller is best for your wrinkles, you can trust that our Advanced Dermaroller System, REJUVISS, will give you solutions not just to your wrinkles problem but also address any of the following skin problems:
- Shallow Acne Scars
- Deep Scars
- Skin Discoloration
- Age Spots
- Crow’s Feet
- Loose/Sagging Skin
- Hair Loss
- Stretch Marks
It is a complete set that comes with 4 different roller heads for the treatment of your face and body. These are the types of microneedles that you can get in one set:
- 12 Microneedles (1.00 mm) - to be used on face to reduce all kinds of scars. This is best for acne scars and treatment of deep stubborn scars.
- 240 Microneedles (0.5mm)- designed to be used for hard to reach areas such as on the eyes to reduce fine lines and crow’s feet
- 600 Microneedles (0.5mm) – used for the whole face area such as cheeks, chin, forehead or neck for the treatment of fine lines, wrinkles, scars, and skin discolorations and pigmentations
- 1200 Microneedles (0.5mm)- for body use to treat skin problems like stretch marks, reduce cellulites, and lighten skin pigmentations