The Magic of Dermarollers & Collagen Regeneration

As women, one day we’re in our twenties and our skin is flawless. Then one day, we wake up and realize that our skin is starting to sag, and fine lines start to appear. Obviously, this happens to men too, but while some resort to surgery for a nip and tuck, there are other natural ways to regenerate collagen that is produced less and less as we age.

For the last couple of weeks, I searched the net to find cost-effective ways that my skin could re-produce more collagen without having to resort to thousands of dollars going under the knife. After my research, the derma roller appealed to me and within a few hours, I made my order for a dermaroller.

What is a Dermaroller

A derma roller is a handheld roller-device covered in microneedles – needles ranging in length from 0.25 mm to 1.5m – which is rolled over the skin. This is done in order to create tiny punctures on the skin which triggers skin repair, leading to the creation of new collagen. A bodily protein made up of amino-acids, collagen is the part of the connective tissue that helps in firmness, strength, suppleness, and elasticity in the skin.

Dermaroller and Collagen Production 

Not dissimilar to treating wrinkles, derma rolling has the capability to prevent and undo premature aging of the skin via triggering of collagen and elastin growth. By thickening, repairing, strengthening, and upping the elasticity of skin, derma rolling can have an anti-aging effect by giving skin a stronger, more youthful appearance – which is why it is one of the most frequently turned to skin treatments for anti-aging.

My Experience with the Dermaroller 

At first, dermarolling seemed very far-fetched to do at home. My target area is my neckline since noticing my neck bands, about two weeks ago. There are surgical options, and non-invasive procedures to melt the fat on my neck, thus reducing the appearance of lines. There are other solutions, but the more I looked into it, the more I felt led to order and try a derma roller at home. When it arrived, I applied rubbing alcohol to my freshly cleansed face. After a few rotations, I left the needles puncture my face, but not enough to hurt me.  After that, I applied the Black Tea Firming Overnight Mask.

The morning after, my face was visibly more supple and beautifully fresh. I also looked more awake and my skin was more vibrant. I did, however, feel a sting while working out at the gym, it was a reminder that the collagen in my neck and face was being regenerated.

Where to buy a Dermaroller 

The prices of dermarollers range from $9.99 to $299.99. I opted for a medical one for $15.00 from Amazon. Seriously, the order arrived within 48 hours, and the quality is superb.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *