Here at Columbus Women’s Care, we pride ourselves on the fact that we can help you in many facets of your life. Women are special, and we all have specific needs. That being said, we want to make sure you’re the happiest, healthiest version of yourself. We hope you feel comfortable asking us all sorts of questions, health-related or beauty-related. So, on that note, let’s talk about one of the most popular beauty tools online right now. At-home Dermarollers are taking over the beauty world, but are they worth it when compared to professional treatments? Keep reading.
Safety first, always. When it comes to your skin, it’s important to weigh what’s going on and into it. Dermarollers may end up bouncing around in a drawer with your makeup and brushes, which is a surefire way to cause damage to your skin. The little needles can bend out of position, then tear your skin when you roll it over the areas you want to treat. Sterilization is also important since the little needles can transfer yeast and bacteria, causing an infection.
Microneedling treatments done by professionals take all of these factors into account. We use sterile, medical-grade tools that are in good, safe-to-use condition. We also know skin and how it reacts, to avoid issues your skin might have.
Dermarollers that you can buy online are more shallow in depth than professional microneedle devices. They do not reach the dermis layer of the skin, so they do not stimulate collagen production. They do, however, help your products sink deeper into your skin.
Professional microneedle devices can go deep into the skin, penetrating the dermis layer and stimulating collagen production. This boost of collagen can help you look younger and refreshed.
Dermarollers can give you good results when combined with your favorite products, but can not give you the dramatic results a professional treatment can provide.
Professional microneedle treatments can be combined with other treatments to target the areas you want to improve.