The GG Dermaroller works effectively to improve the thickness of the epidermis. An improved skin texture helps in turn to reduce wrinkles. The treatment is quite powerful to prevent hyper-pigmentation of the skin, which often leads to scarring due to acne. The application of this medical instrument triggers the scars successfully while stimulating new collagen fibres. On the other side, an improved blood circulation helps to harmonize skin pigmentation.
The GG Derma roller is completely safe on skin, as it does not apply thermal heat unlike the laser therapy or IPL. Therefore, it is safe for all skin types. The chance of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation is almost zero in this treatment.
Here are some of the top advantages of dermarolling:
- Dermarolling treatment can be undertaken at home. Nevertheless, it is always suggested that 1.5mm or less is ideal for home use.
- Dermaroller treatment is not time consuming. It finishes fast with vividly effective results.
- Dermarolling or skin needling is not harmful for the skin. It does not damage the skin in any manner so long as it is used correctly. When changing directions the roller must be lifted from the skin each and every time.
- In addition to face, any part of the body can be treated well with Dermaroller for hyper-pigmentation, cellulite, dry skin and as part of your weekly skin care routine.
- People of all skin types can opt for dermarolling treatment without fear of any health or skin risk.
- Dermaroller is not an expensive device. The cost of treatment is much less when compared to other expensive treatments available for treating acne scars.
- Dermarolling is also a fine method for tightening the skin that has lost its elasticity due to blemishes, acnes, and pimples.
- As it removes acne scars, Dermaroller also has effective result in lightening the skin tone.
- Dermaroller acts as a base product that helps to increase the effectiveness of other skin products.
Who Should Avoid Dermaroller Treatment?
It is true that not all are fit for Dermaroller treatment. People with the following disorders should avoid dermarolling, or at least consult an expert before opting for the treatment.
- Active skin infections
- Blood clotting history
- Chronic skin infections or eruptions
- Active pimples or acne
- Raised warts or moles