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Pearl Enterprises M.T. ROLLER 1.0mm Micro Needle Roller Skin Care Therapy Dermatology System (Dermaroller)

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  • Stimulate the collagen production
  • Improve elasticity of skin
  • Reduce pore size and firming
  • Smoothen acne scars
  • Reduce fine lines, wrinkles and dark circle
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The Microneedle works for various skin issues to make you look younger, more vibrant and with a healthy glow. Best of all, it can be used almost on the entire body. It rids stretch marks, cellulite, wrinkles, acne and promotes hair re-growth.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004LUZ956
  • UPC: 885139870744 049022200241 885506821966
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (673 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,194 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Good enough results that I will continue.
ellekd
The micro needle roller was sturdy and it came in a plastic case, which is great for keeping it clean.
Blair Haven
This product came to me with no instructions on how to use it and no directions included in the box.
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1,002 of 1,078 people found the following review helpful By Becky Sue B on October 13, 2013
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I had virtually zero understanding of the needle therapy and stumbled across it by accident. After reading hours of reviews although still a bit skeptical I went ahead and ordered the 1.0mm. The concept here is that as the device rolls along the skin, these needles penetrate the upper layers of skin producing thousands of tiny puncture marks in the skin to create a controlled injury underneath the skin's surface, thereby inducing the body to respond by producing more collagen in that area. The skin plumps and thickens in response to the stimulus thus reducing fine lines, scars and stretch marks. Now, common sense did step up to the plate for me on the cleanliness and sterilization issues. Wash your face and any other part of your body that will be treated as well as your hands and work area. I put my hair back in a ponytail away from my face. Remember, you are creating open wounds albeit very tiny they are still susceptible to infection. I followed some instructions I found on-line that seemed to make the most sense considering the ones that came with the unit were minimal and uninformed. I steamed my face over a pan of boiling water slightly just prior to rolling to open my pores. I then ran the roller over my skin several times first across and then up and down. I don't go back and forth but if you do, Lift the dermaroller slightly after each forward movement This ensures that you will not hit the same hole repeatedly. Do not press too hard as it is not necessary and the needles will only go as far as their length. As a general guide, roll it over the area to be treated 8-10 times or 2~3 minutes. I did my first session in the morning and followed with Pure Hyaluronic Acid which I bought through Amazon for $14.Read more ›
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490 of 575 people found the following review helpful By Chris Lastner on July 18, 2013
I wasn't too sure about this - poking my skin with needles, but it does work! You definitely cannot beat the price- that alone makes it worth a try. It's not painful, I was a little worried about that. But do it LIGHTLY over your skin - you don't puncture the skin with it, and you shouldn't bleed. I read about tapping your skin to get the blood moving in your skin, and I had been doing that, didn't see any overwhelming results, but did see improvement. Increased circulation is supposed to improve oxygen to the cells, which helps the health of your skin. This works much better than just patting your skin because you can stimulate all areas of your face. When oxygen gets to the skin cells, it helps promote collagen production - also, since your are making micro-punctures, your skin responds by making more collagen to build itself back up.

NEW NOTES - I get better results if I clean my skin thoroughly, and then either steam my face over a pot of water, or just apply a hot cloth to my face in the shower. Opening the pores really helps with the results. When I have more time for a full facial treatment, I use a mask first (I like mud masks), then steam my face - my face is clean, pores open, so when I use the roller, I get the best effect. DO NOT PRESS ON THE ROLLER. Gently roll it over an area, not back and forth in the same direction, you will only make bigger punctures in the same spots, and that doesn't work as well. You want to get as many tiny micro-punctures as possible, so if you move the roller even a fraction of an inch with each roll, you will do a better job. You may bleed a little, but that doesn't mean you are working better, just means that your skin is sensitive and you can probably use an even lighter touch.
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322 of 378 people found the following review helpful By Manue on August 12, 2013
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I am a 23 years old black female with horrendous 10 years old light brown stretch marks running all over my forearms. I have been dealing with them since the age of 13 and haven't worn a tank top in the past 10 years of my life. I have tried countless creams, oils (and the list goes on) to get rid of them as laser treatment was out of the question (Laser treatment for stretchies is not designed to work on black people's skin), I have waisted hundreds and hundreds of dollars with no significant improvement, the horrendous stretchies were still visible and ruining my life. Around the age of 19 I decided to stop wasting my money and my hopes and decided to get used to the fact that I may never be able to rock a tank top or the strapless wedding dress of my dreams "Sigh".

Then in summer 2012 I moved to Africa to stay with my mum for a while, the sun is really hot here and long sleeves tops are out of the question but since I don't have much of a choice...I decided to stick to my long sleeved tops but then I realized that I couldn't possibly spend the rest of my life hiding my arms in long sleeved tops...I just couldn't give up so I embarked on a new stretch marks removal journey.

I started using my own blend of shea butter and natural oils because I heard that it was amazingly good when it came to fading stretch marks up to 50 %. So I faithfully applied my mix twice a day for 4 months non-stop, the process was extremely slow but little new skin patches started building over my old stretch marks, they were very tiny skin filaments like, very thin and see through, It was not very noticeable unless I looked at them closely...4 months for that little progress I was really annoyed but I kept going until I remembered reading about skin needling.
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