Derma Roller Stimulates Collagen

Using a Derma Roller as a Non Surgical Face Lift

We put our skin through so much, yet still expect it to remain glowing and youthful – even as we age. What many people don't realize, though, is that maintaining healthy and youthful skin takes the proper supplies and a little bit of work. And, let's not forget the proper tools, like the Derma Rejuv Skin Roller.

Derma Rollers: The Basics

Also known as skin needling rollers and microneedle skin rollers, skin rollers are used by dermatologists and spas all over the world. These skincare tools are small rollers, with very fine metal bristles, or needles, covering the rolling surface. As it is rolled over the surface of the skin, the needles puncture the epidermis, which is the top layer of skin.

Although it may sound like some sort of medieval torture device, skin rollers have a number of different benefits for your skin.

Benefits of Microneedle Rollers

Despite the microneedles covering the surface, using a skin roller is relatively painless. Because these needles only barely puncture the top layer of skin, most skin roller users find that using these tools tickles or invigorate the skin. The tiny holes created by a skin roller helps increase the absorption of quality skin creams, like the Retinol Skin Cream and the Multi Peptide Wrinkle Cream.

Microneedle skin rollers also help open pores on the surface of the skin. This can help let loose the dirt, oil, and makeup trapped in the pores. These rollers also act as exfoliators, removing any dead skin cells that may be clinging to the surface.

However, one of the biggest benefits of derma rollers is their ability to help stimulate the production of both elastin and collagen. Elastin and collagen are two of the most important components of our skin. They are responsible for keeping our skin soft, supple, and smooth. As we age, though, our body produces less and less elastin and collagen. This results in thinner and more wrinkled skin, particularly on our faces.

Any type of trauma to the skin, however, prompts the body to start the healing process, which in turn stimulates elastin and collagen production. Microneedle rollers produce minor skin trauma, and when used regularly, can trick the body into constantly producing these youth-giving skin components.

How the Derma Rejuv Skin Roller is Different

Not all skin rollers are created equal. Professionals, like dermatologists use skin rollers with microneedles that are one millimeter or longer, for instance. Skin rollers designed for home use, like the Derma Rejuv Skin Roller, have much smaller microneedles, making them easier and safer to use.

Many skin rollers also have microneedles made from steel. While it's a generally strong material, steel can corrode over time or even cause skin reactions. The Derma Rejuv Skin Roller, on the other hand, is made from titanium, which is stronger and more lightweight than steel, and much less likely to cause a skin reaction.

There are also a few different types of Derma Rejuv Skin Rollers to choose from, including the Derma Refine Skin Roller, Derma Refresh Skin Roller, and the Derma Renew Skin Roller. The style that you choose will depend on your personal preference.