Probably by this time you know that the derma roller is a breakthrough anti aging solution for your skin. You can use this derma roller both professionally and at home use in order to rejuvenate yours skin.
This device is so effective that you need not require to micro needle each and every day. In fact using derma roller too often has negative impact on the skin. So how often to use derma roller? Is a relative question that depends on mainly skin condition.
Derma Roller Size / Needle Length
Any dialogue regarding the frequency of derma roller use begins with needle length. The tiny needles on the derma roller come with different lengths according to needs, the sizes being 0.1mm to 2mm.
So the rolling frequency depends mostly on needle size. Truly speaking derma roller needle sizes mainly depends on your skin type as well as your skin condition that is what skin issue you have.
Advocate, Kerry Benjamin suggests that using derma roller with long needles has a risk of damaging skin. If however you need to treat with large needles better treat professionally says Benjamin. The perfect derma roller is effective to stimulate skin microcirculation and boost collagen production. We found that the length of 0.1mm is best suited for home use.
The surface-paris is a high quality derma roller with fine needles is quite affordable and safe for home use. The quality grade of a derma roller depends whether it can work with all types of skin especially sensitive skin.
The laboratories derma roller with 0.1 mm needles has 540 micro needles to gently roll on your skin with perfection. The Meso-kit include a derma roller with 5 weeks targeted serum to bright the skin or unify skin complexion.
How Often to Use Derma Roller
Many different recommendations for derma rolling frequencies has been found in recent days. But the gentle application of derma rolling is very important to decide the frequency of rolling.
It is found that you can easily and safely use your derma roller 2/3 times in a week with 0.1 mm needles. Also we found that with the use of high quality serum you can derma roll once per week ideally.
One time micro needling per week allows your skin to be accustomed slowly with the roller, while facilitating the serum for fast and profound absorption. Keep in mind that that you should follow the derma rolling once in a week and this should not be dropped in any way will hamper your ultimate result.
When you are using derma roller with .5mm or .75mm size needles, it is not recommended to use more than once in a month. For the needle size of 1mm and above you must consult your doctor or dermatologist before using a derma roller. Dr. David Bank is a board-certified dermatologist says that derma rolling frequency mostly depends on individual’s skin.
Those who have thicker skin, more sebaceous skin can use safely once per week. But those who possess sensitive skin they can go for once only in a month. Though the frequency of rolling mainly depends on skin condition you also cannot neglect best serum to use with dermaroller to get faster result.
Daily Use Derma Roller (0.2-0.25 mm Needle)
You may use very safely the 0.2 -0.25 mm derma roller every day for better skincare product absorption. These short needles will not stimulate new collagen and elastin building but it will obviously help to increase the skincare products absorption capacity of skin.
Triggering Collagen Production With (0.5-2.5 mm Needle)
Do you really want to reduce the common skin issues like wrinkles, fine lines, stretch marks, acne, and acne scars? If yes then you probably need to use derma roller of 0.5 mm or more needle size. The longer needles always help to stimulate new collagen production and skin renewal process by exfoliating the dead skin cells.
Keep in mind that the collagen synthesis is entirely a natural process of your skin, which takes time to occur. So often derma rolling cannot give you instant result rather it makes worse your skin. As such be patient and better use derma roller once in a month most safely and comfortably.
Sometimes after derma rolling redness may occur like sunburn but don’t worry. You may also feel sensitive or it may swollen- no matter after a few hours all will fade away. Keep your treated skin well moisturized and avoid direct sunlight. In exception case you need to use high quality sunscreen for sunlight.
You may notice some peeling after a few days- always keep moisturized the skin and not to allow dry of skin. Always apply high quality skin products that contain vitamin A,C, and E, that will support collagen synthesis in your skin.
The Round up
From long discussion it is evident that what should be the derma rolling frequency for your skin? In my opinion there are two main factors that can decide the frequency of use. First of all your skin condition means skin issue and the skin type. Next point what is the length of needle that you are using during derma rolling.
In short we can say use short needles for wrinkles, fine lines, and other light issues once or twice weekly. And use longer needles for acne, acne scars and others once or twice in a month. For active acne don’t use this rolling at all.