Derma roller, which is safe and effective in treating skin problems, such as acne, wrinkles, blackheads, dark spots, and many other problems is one of the latest technologies. It is also suitable for all skin types.
Derma roller is a medical device based on microneedle technology that stimulates the collagen in the skin, which is a key component of skin tissue so it helps to regenerate skin cells and restore skin freshness.
All people with certain skin problems are considered as candidates for the derma roller technique.
People suffering from acne.
Young people suffering from dark circles.
The elderly who suffer from wrinkles and sagging skin.
People suffering from dark spots.
Derma roller treats the effects of pimples.
There are certain situations that are not suitable for the derma roller: Women who undergo laser to remove the hair.
People with a certain skin disease, such as eczema.
People with active pimples should first treat them, then use a derma roller to treat the effects of pimples.
PRP contains proteins, including growth factors and cytokines. These proteins help skin tissue repair itself. First, a practitioner will use a micro-needle tool to prick the skin, making tiny holes in the surface of the skin. They will then apply PRP to these tiny holes to encourage collagen production and cell reproduction. People may consider derma roller with PRP if they want to treat certain marks or blemishes on the body or face for cosmetic reasons. Practitioners can use derma roller with PRP to treat: Acne scars Surgical scars Fine lines and wrinkles Hyperpigmentation Sun damage Large pores Uneven skin texture Adding PRP to the derma roller can speed up the healing process and stimulate skin renewal, potentially producing better results than the derma roller alone.