Free Derma Roller For Stretch Marks (one each)
Are you ready to get rid of stretch marks?
Since stretch marks cause a disruption in the natural production of collagen, Derma Rolling will help not only restart that production, but the overproduction of elastin and collagen will help in healing the damaged connective tissue in the dermis that creates the stretch mark. A procedure like Derma Rolling is also great for stretch marks because it penetrates the skin deep enough to create a reaction within the same layers that the stretch marks are instead of resting on the surface. Derma Rolling also improves the skin's ability to absorb nourishing moisturizers and serums, to plump up the skin. Derma rolling can be used on other areas of the body such as to target stretch marks.
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Superstars and actors have even gotten treatments. Jennifer Aniston said,“I do Derma Rolling! I just learned about it a couple months ago from a facialist in New York. It allows the serums and whatever products you’re using to really soak in”
“The minimally invasive Derma Rolling technique involves a series of tiny, very fine needles that are passed over the skin, creating micro-injuries which trigger new collagen and elastin synthesis as the skin begins to naturally repair itself,” says Dendy Engelman, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist at Manhattan Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery. “These micro-injuries stimulate the growth of collagen, the scaffolding under the skin, which then improves stretch marks.
How to use Derma Roller
Basically, you just roll the derma roller over the affected area a few times, then you apply a nourishing skin serum. The tiny needles make superficial holes, triggering the skin’s natural healing and rejuvenation process. Most importantly, it stimulates collagen production – the miracle protein that holds connective tissue together, making your skin look younger and firmer.