Today’s post is about Dermarollers and their health and skincare benefits. Recently I saw a video of Farah Dhukai on Instagram and she was using a dermaroller on her lips to boost the production of collagen and give them a plumped look. Since then I have been looking into the different types of Dermarollers and their advantages and disadvantages. I once went to my Dermatologist to ask if there is something that can be done for my back stretch marks and he suggested that I go for Micro Needling/Dermaroller treatment. It was quite expensive and did sound a bit painful so I didn’t go for that package. But Farah’s video has left me so intrigued and thinking to myself if a Dermaroller can actually help with my Eczema and stretch marks. Sharing a little information on Dermarollers with you all today.
If you are struggling with cellulite, stretch marks, wrinkles, or scars, you’re in good company. We all have some or all of those issues eventually. The question is do you have to live with it? And the answer is no. There are many ways to fight back against those conditions. One such way is with Dermaroller treatment.
Picture from Amazon – link to this Dermaroller is here
How Skin Problems Can Develop Over Time
Before you can get into the process of learning about Dermaroller treatment, you need to first learn about your skin and how it handles the aging process. A poor diet can lead to becoming overweight. That can lead to cellulite dimpling and stretch marks. However, so can pregnancy. By the same token, losing a lot of weight rapidly can also be bad because you might find yourself left with a lot of wrinkles and sagging skin.