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Before and After Photos

Derma (Skin) roller Before and After Photos

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are deep tears in the dermis, often the result of rapid growth (common in puberty), weight gain, and pregnancy, and they are incredibly hard to treat. In fact, there is no known procedure (including different kinds of lasers) that can get rid of them completely. Skin Needling offers a simple solution to this problem, and while it cannot make stretch marks disappear, with prolong use it can make them a lot less visible and faded out.




 

This next picture is published here with permission from the owner of a blog called: Home Dermarolling Guide. The owner of this blog has been using a 1.5mm derma roller on his stretch marks for several month with remarkable results estimated by a 50% improvement so far!


 

Scars

Skin Needling is exceptionally useful for treating scars left by acne, chicken pox or surgical procedures. Usually the application of a regenerative cream or scar serum will be needed while rolling the skin in order to maximize the results.







Wrinkles

As we age our skin becomes thinner and less elastic, due to reduced production of Collagen and elastin which make up most of the dermis. Skin needling, in prolong use, triggers collagen induction in the skin and its regeneration, smooths out fine lines and wrinkles, reduces pigmentation and tightens the pores.






 

Skin Whitening

Skin needling by itself does not whiten the skin, but can be used to boost the effect of whitening solutions such as those containing arbutin or licorice along with 0.25mm or 0.5mm roller, depending on the skin type. The following image shows the result after several sessions. The overall skin tone is clearer and the skin pores are tightened.