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  • Microneedle Skin Care System NEW SPA 1.50mm. FDA Listed
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Microneedle Skin Care System NEW SPA 1.50mm. FDA Listed

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  • NEW SPA Micro needle skin care system is good for skin complexion improvement, wrinkle reduction and face rejuvenation.
  • NEW SPA Micro needle skin care system is the best choice for facial treatments due to specific skin thickness on the face.
  • NEW SPA Micro needle skin care system will increase skin permeability without harming underlying capillary system.
  • NEW SPA Micro needle skin care system is best to be used with professional skin care concentrates to insure the safety and effectiveness of the treatment.
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Product Description

The aging process can be cruel to our skin. Between sun damage and progressive collagen loss, the skin loses its plumpness and resiliency. Micro needle skin rejuvenation or Mesolift infuses the dermis with potent vitamins and anti-oxidants to rejuvenate and revitalize the skin. Micro needle skin massage will stimulate collagen production, helps to infuse active cosmetics into the skin. The roller consists of the round roller massager inlaid with tiny 192 needles 1,5mm long. The roller is sterilized and comes in a sealed bag. Things to Know About 1.5mm Micro needle skin care system: 1. Micro needle skin care system is good for skin complexion improvement, wrinkle reduction and face rejuvenation. 2. Micro needle 0.5mm skin care system is the best choice for facial treatments due to specific skin thickness on the face. 3. Micro needle skin care system will increase skin permeability without harming underlying capillary system. 4. Micro needle skin care system is best to be used with professional skin care concentrates to insure the safety and effectiveness of the treatment.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00E3B0KP2
  • UPC: 890379703387 887848743173 851680003801 890299999648
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,444 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Believe me when I tell you this will work.
StarLight
These needles are extremely sharp and extremely thin, so that can be damaged easily by bumping or dropping the roller on hard surfaces.
Terry
I I am using it since last week and I can see the difference in my skin, and I am sure that it will be better in next days.
Alice

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

317 of 322 people found the following review helpful By Terry TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 24, 2011
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I only recently became aware of microneedling and at first glance, it seemed barbaric! Piercing your skin with hundreds of tiny needles over and over - ON PURPOSE??? It was just weird enough to make me research further.

The premise behind microneedling is that aging skin produces less collagen. Collagen is the stuff that keeps skin plump and less wrinkly. It also repairs skin damage from the sun, from acne, from injuries etc. So when you make thousands of tiny puncture wounds in your skin, it stimulates your skin to produce collagen to repair the puncture wounds.

The science behind it made sense, so I spent a couple of hours Googling the process and discovered that dermatologists are recommending it as a skin treatment that can be done at home. I also watched quite a few YouTube videos of the actual process, which I suggest for anyone purchasing a microneedle roller. It made me feel highly confident that I knew how to do it.

Considering that the price is less than some skin creams, I decided it was worth trying. I read a lot of comments about how painful it is, so I also ordered some topical anesthetic cream. There were several YouTube videos made by estheticians who said that most of their clients do not require anesthetic cream, but I wanted to have it just in case.

My microneedle roller arrived in a sturdy plastic case that keeps the needles from touching anything - important for keeping the needles clean and sharp. These needles are extremely sharp and extremely thin, so that can be damaged easily by bumping or dropping the roller on hard surfaces. In this particular roller, the needles are surgical stainless steel, but there are also rollers available with titanium needles.
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176 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Ganesh in Greenery on January 18, 2010
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I have had scars on my face for 20 years and deep lines between my eyebrows for 10 years. I've tried acid peels, retinol, dermabrasion, castor oil, scar creams and patches, Frownies, many many things. Most of these did reduce finer lines at least temporarily. But only the 1.5mm dermaroller has really made a difference on my deeper lines and scars. I've had this about 2 months and use it 2-3 times/week, followed by copper peptide super serum. (I've also used the copper peptides alone with no effect.)

The 1.5 mm models can draw tiny drops of blood when applied with solid pressure. You can actually hear tiny "pop-pop-pop"s when the skin is pierced. When I hear this, I know it's getting deep. I believe this is needed to get at the really deep scars and wrinkles. It makes tiny wounds that your body will then quickly heal. This does hurt, and there are some areas such as the upper lip that just hurt too much (maybe with a skin anasthetic I could do it). I can only get myself to do it a few times per week, to the depth that makes a difference. By the next morning, though, there is no sign or only a little redness that is easily covered. (Not like dermabrasion or agressive peels where you look awful for the next week!)

So you have to be serious to use this, but I've been very pleased so far!
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87 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Sothis on March 31, 2010
this thing works great- i have (had) two grand canyon sized furrows on my brow forever. never expected improvement on them. BUT the bottom one is 75% gone and the top is beginning to lighten. cannot believe it. acne scars starting to show improvement as well. its been 3 weeks but i am pleased beyond expectation.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Miss Diaz on November 21, 2011
I am a 26 year old, Mexican American female living in Arizona, I have acne prone skin during that time of the month (mostly around my chin which never seems to fully evolve but ends up leaving annoying little brown spots on my chin area) and some scarring from acne from when I was a teenager mostly on my temples and some hyper-pigmentation on my cheeks and chin.

I received my DermaRoller a few days ago and at first I wasn't brave enough to try it on my face so I needled my inner thigh to get familiar with the process and to understand what kind of pain might be associated from the needling. I did NOT use any form of topical anesthetic and at first it DID NOT HURT. Unfortunately, as the night went on I felt like I had a bad sunburn and I decided to ice my thigh. I did not see any difference on my thigh but I really don't have a problem area there. This past summer I backpacked through Europe and was exposed to the sun A LOT! I tried to do my best about sunblock but by the end of the summer I noticed my first THREE fine lines on my forehead. Now every time I wash my face I see them and it really concerned me since I am still a young woman.

Two weeks ago I tried a Glycolic Acid peel to help with the discoloration and fine lines. I saw a small improvement on my skin and pore size but I wanted more dramatic results. I decided to order the DermaRoller. Last night I tried the DermaRoller on my face. Before using the roller I washed my face then used a cotton pad to go over my face with 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. I started with my forehead and proceeded to the skin between my eyes just above my nose where I noticed a fine line from squinting. I waited a bit because my face was really stinging and feeling like a sunburn and then I proceeded to do the rest of my face.
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