Dermaroller compared to other cosmetic treatments

Dermaroller compared to other cosmetic treatments

With the many choices available in the market, it might be difficult for a person to pick the best and the most effective non-surgical skin care technique. One popular technique known as “Dermaroller Therapy” utilizes a skin needling device with multiple surgical needles. The technique stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely resulting in a skin which is smoother, brighter, younger looking, and healthier. Dermarollers can be used to improve wrinkles, stretch marks, scars, sun damaged skins, etc. here is a comparison o f derma roller technique with other popular cosmetic treatments.

 

Dermarollers vs. IPL (Intense Pulse Light): Even though IPL has been known to increase collagen type 1 and 3, it has been observed that Dermarollers are more effective in increasing collagen type within 3 weeks of treatment. Dermarollers are also better for aging skin when compared to IPL.
Dermarollers vs. Laser Skin Resurfacing (LSR): Laser Skin Resurfacing technique is used to get rid of the old skin and pretty much offers the same benefits as derma rollers. But derma rollers are manual while LSR uses a laser beam and leaves many side effects such as scars. Another drawback of LSR is its high price. Dermaroller technique is definitely more cost-effective than the LSR treatment with better results.

Dermaroller vs. chemical peels: Chemical peel is a technique which induces the skin to peel off so that new and fresh skin is smoother and less wrinkled. A chemical solution is used on the skin to make the dead skin peel off to make room for new and improved skin. Side effects of chemical peels can be pigment changes, white heads, changes in skin texture and prolonged erythema (red skin usually in patches).

Dermarollers vs. microdermabrasion: Similar to derma rollers, microdermabrasion also stimulates collagen production which results in younger and healthier looking skin. Although, both follow the same process, microdermabrasion removes the outer layer of the skin. Those who get microdermabrasion treatment experience skin irritation and acne breakout. Those with darker skin also complain of having skin discoloration. On the other hand, derma rolling is a naturally healing process and doesn’t use any aggressive techniques.

Dermaroller vs. Botulinum toxin: Also known as Botox simply blocks the transfer between the nerves and the muscles which help remove wrinkles. But the process of micro needling works naturally to create collagen. Even though the process of micro needling takes longer time than Botox treatment, it is more effective and lasts longer.

Dermaroller vs. Dermal Fillers: Also known as injectible fillers work to remove wrinkles by injecting soft tissue fillers on the skin. Derma fillers give instant results but last for up to 6 months while derma rollers might be a slow process, it can last for more than 5 years.

Dermarollers vs. Mesotherapy: The process of Mesotherapy is done by injecting tiny needles into the skin which reduces skin’s fat and cellulite. Mesotherapy causes skin to irritate, bruise, swell, and itch while derma roller is a natural process which does not require any injections to be injected on the skin.
The advancement in medical research has found many treatments and methods to effectively rejuvenate the skin and reduce aging signs. Dermarollers is one of the most effective and popular technique which gives minimum side effects. Will you go with derma rollers or pick a different treatment. Please see our range of dermaroller packs

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