1.5 mm DRS derma roller is a home use derma rolling device which helps in improving the absorption of applied skin care products, triggering new collagen synthesis in skin and removing acne scars, surgical or burn scars, very deep wrinkles and stretch marks. Butterfly Dance DRS derma roller has very fine medical stainless alloy needles.
Helps get rid of acne and stretch marks
Improves skin pigmentation
Reduces ageing of skin
Helps in skin tightening
How to Use DRS 1.5 mm Derma Roller?
Soak the derma-roller in a disinfectant for 15 minutes.
Take the makeup off your face and neck.
Wash your face and neck with antibacterial lotion and pat dry.
Start rolling over the desired area horizontally and move around the area 4-5 times. Repeat the same movement 4-5 times vertically and diagonally. Do not press hard just slide.
Immerse it for 5 minutes in a disinfectant after each use.
Leave it in a clean open place to dry.
Gently place it into the box making sure you do not harm the needles. Please be sure the tool is dry before putting it back in the box.
For best result, apply fat solution of vitamin c, collagen or hyaluronic acid cream, essential oil or your preferred facial cosmetics.
Features & details
Color: Black; Stimulates skin regeneration
Reduces hyper pigmentation
Improves the absorption and effectiveness of skin care products
For Scar Removal
Directions: Soak the derma-roller in a disinfectant for 15 minutes. Take the makeup off your face and neck. Wash your face and neck with antibacterial lotion and pat dry. Start rolling over the desired area horizontally and move around the area 4-5 times. Repeat the same movement 4-5 times vertically and diagonally. Do not press hard just slide.
Target Audience: Men & Women
Package Contents: 1 Derma Roller
Manufacturer: DRS Dermaroller Item part number: DRS-1.5-Butterfly Dance Product Dimensions:19 x 8 x 5 cm; 200 g
How it works
When the dermaroller is rolled over the skin, the small, fine needles on the roller puncture the skin.
The holes that the needles create in the skin are tiny and considered to be superficial. For this reason, the treatment is not seen as invasive.
When the skin is punctured, this creates a controlled skin injury. It does not cause actual damage to the outer layer of skin. The needles help to break down any scar tissue.
As this 2016 study of the technique explains, the controlled injuries to the skin lead to superficial bleeding. This triggers the body's wound healing response, and the following occurs:
- the skin releases substances that stimulate growth
- new blood vessels form in the skin
- the skin starts to make more collagen
Over the next 5 days, the collagen produced by the body is deposited in the area of treated skin. This helps the skin to become firmer and may reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles.
Research has found that skin treated with four microneedling sessions, 1 month apart, could lead to a 400 percent increase in collagen.