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ALLURE DERMA ROLLER is a premium quality derma roller which has gained a reputation for being one of the best on the market.
If you are looking for high quality and long-lasting roller, then ALLURE DERMA ROLLER is your best choice! All rollers are sterilised and assembled with extreme care, with medical grade TITANIUM needles.
How does the Derma Roller help treat Hair loss?
Derma roller is used to increase blood flow to the hair follicles and activate the skin’s natural regeneration process.The derma roller causes micro-injury to the skin, which triggers a wound-healing response. It is thought that this process stimulates the production of a protein that leads to hair generation, whilst inhibiting a protein that causes hair loss.
Why 192 and not 540 needles?
The design of the 540 needle roller may look attractive, but it’s really difficult for such triangular types of needles to penetrate the skin without damaging or scarring it. We’ve heard of thoughts that this type of rollers are less painful to use – this is possible because when gently rolling the skin, due the shape of these needles, they don’t penetrate the skin to their full length. Which unfortunately means that they are not working as effectively as same size standard Derma Rollers.
In order to get the needles to penetrate to their proper depth, you would need to press about twice as hard than you would with a standard 192 needle Derma roller. This causes unnecessary trauma to the skin and is very painful. Furthermore, because the knives type of needles get wider towards the base, they slice open the skin (rather than puncturing it), which can cause serious scarring. We strongly recommend using the standard Derma Roller with traditional needles – such that has been used in scientific research for collagen induction therapy, that has proven not to damage skin.
1.5mm Derma roller
The next popular needle length is the treatments being offered in certain cosmetic clinics for around $400 per treatment and currently being done with the 1.5mm Derma roller needles across the face. This is because you are using a 1.5mm in a clinical environment in a very aggressive manner on the skin and it is not a very effective treatment. There are good reasons, however, to use a 1.5mm derma roller in certain situations. The three primary reasons we recommend them are for scarring, stretch marks and cellulite. In these particular instances, because there is such a build-up of the matrix of fibres in the area, you really need to penetrate those to break those fibres up. The 1.5mm roller should not be used on the face, as this can be painful and not recommended for facial scars
How to use Derma Roller for Hair loss:
1. Wet your hair before using the derma roller on your scalp. This will help prevent your hair from getting tangled in the roller.
2. Begin using the derma roller at the front of the scalp on or near the hairline and work your way down the back of the head (treating only the areas where hair loss has occurred).
3. Focusing on one section of the scalp at a time, roll each area 10-15 times. You can do this by rolling horizontally, vertically and diagonally, three or four times each way, like this:
4.Roll in one direction only when the needles are in contact with the scalp (don’t go backwards and forwards) and try to roll from the hair roots to the ends. This will prevent any hair getting caught in the needles.
5. Repeat this process until you have covered all areas needing the treatment.
6. Apply minoxidil/hair loss treatment to the treated area and massage gently into the scalp
You only need to apply a moderate amount of pressure. Rolling too aggressively won’t give you better results and can cause skin irritation, scratches and/or needle marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USAGE
When you use ALLURE DERMA ROLLER for the first time, you will get it out of a vacuum packed bag and it will be sterile.
How to Clean the Derma roller
Wash thoroughly your derma roller unit, with water and soap. Brush away any residual debris after using it. Then soak about 5-8 minutes with 90% alcohol, or use ultraviolet to disinfect for about 45 minutes. You can also use a cold steriliser like Clorexhidine solution. Do not use chlorine, autoclaves, and steam and high temperature sterilization methods.
What not to use to clean/disinfect your derma roller
Dettol/Methylated spirits : This product will remove the silver coating from the derma roller handle.
Boiling water/an autoclave: Exposure to high temperatures can damage the needles of your derma roller.
Milton Sterilising Fluid: This product is not intended for use on metal and will corrode the needles of your derma roller.
Bleach: Because the derma roller is used on your skin, harsh cleaning chemicals should be avoided.
WE RECOMMEND TO ONLY USE ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL TO CLEAN YOUR DERMA ROLLER
DO NOT USE ON IRRITATED / INFECTED SKIN
- SHOULD ONLY BE USED ON SCARS THAT HAVE FULLY HEALED
- THE SAME DERMA ROLLER SHOULD NOT BE USED BY MORE THAN ONE PERSON
- IF YOU ARE UNSURE IF YOUR SKIN CONDITION IS SUITABLE FOR USE OF A MICRO-NEEDLE, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
THIS IS NOT A MIRACLE CURE ! DO NOT EXPECT QUICK OR IMMEDIATE RESULTS