Dermo and Hydra Roller Effects

Derma rolling - the creation of micro-wounds in the skin using a special device - is traditionally used for dermatological treatment or as a care in case of situational problems. Recently, the procedure has become especially popular, so that in the lines of many brands there are semi-professional derma rollers (mesoscooters) that allow you to use them at home.

What are the advantages of derma rolling, what are its disadvantages, and what size needles should you pay attention to first of all - in this material we have collected everything you need to know before you start using derma roller regularly.

What Is A Derma Roller?

Derma roller is a roller whose surface is strewn with the finest needles, which allows you to create small wounds in the skin, thereby improving the penetration of treatment and care products into the cells, and at the same time stimulate regenerative processes. Derma rollers are suitable for use in the face, neck and scalp: in the latter case, to stimulate hair growth.

In salons and at home, derma rollers are most often used to treat acne scars, prevent the appearance of wrinkles and enhance collagen production. The procedure is simple: thin needles penetrate the surface of the skin, disrupting the structure of the tissue and stimulating blood flow, resulting in the formation of new tissue, healthier and more perfect in terms of texture.

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  • Clinical Dermo Roller Titanium Gold 1.0 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Roller Titanium Steril 0.25 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Roller Titanium Steril 0.25 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Roller Titanium Steril 0.5 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Roller Titanium Steril 1.0 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Roller Titanium Steril 1.0 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Stamp Titanium Steril 0.60 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Stamp Titanium Steril 0.60 mm
  • Clinical Hydra Stamp Titanium Steril 1.0 mm
  • Face Mesotherapy Serum 6mlx10 + Dermo Roller Set
  • Hair Mesotherapy Serum 6mlx10 + Dermo Roller Set