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    Posted: Jul 16 2012 at 1:35pm
This is a spin off of sorts...I came across this product called a dermaroller, which is said to drastically reduce stretch marks. It is a device that has small needles that you roll over the problem area and I guess causes the skin to regenerate faster, as well as allows for any topical cream to penetrate better...
 
 
Have any of you tried it?
 
Do you have any other products that worked on stretch marks?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It's supposed to help with acne scarring too...
 


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are those sharp spikes ? are you cutting yourself with that roller ? 
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That thing looks painful
 
 
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Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

are those sharp spikes ? are you cutting yourself with that roller ? 
Derma rolling is also known as micro-needling, skin rolling or collagen induction therapy (CIT). Our derma roller is made of high grade micro needles which roll over and penetrate the skins upper surface painlessly. Our roller is a class 1 medical device which is simple and easy to use at home. In fact, it has very similar results to Laser Treatment, Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion, but is considerably less invasive (without any of the skin trauma) and carries only a fraction of the cost. This revolutionary device provides two major benefits. Firstly, they stimulate collagen growth which significantly improves the appearance of scars, fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and acne scars. Secondly, they allow the application of creams, gels and oils, to be absorbed more effectively boosting their effectiveness. This treatment also assists hair loss treatments and cellulite reduction.
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A friend told me about this procedure, its best that you have it done by a professional. The longer the needles the better the results.
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Here is what I found on the process:
 

There are two methods of Derma Rolling. One version involves the use of cream to numb the area, followed by more aggressive use of the derma roller once per week. The second alternative, involves using the device with slight pressure up to 5 times per week. Using the device gently gives a tickling feeling and is not painful – although your face is more sensitive to it than your body.

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Originally posted by Jewelsnyc Jewelsnyc wrote:

Here is what I found on the process:
 

There are two methods of Derma Rolling. One version involves the use of cream to numb the area, followed by more aggressive use of the derma roller once per week. The second alternative, involves using the device with slight pressure up to 5 times per week. Using the device gently gives a tickling feeling and is not painful – although your face is more sensitive to it than your body.





I have some marks on my thighs...I'll do it if you do....lol
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no leaves scars and hyperpigmentation on people with darkskin. it dont work
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my son actually has stretch marks & on his arms and along his back...I was thinking about getting it for him. My stretch marks...please who don't like'em...oh well...
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Originally posted by BakedCookie BakedCookie wrote:

no leaves scars and hyperpigmentation on people with darkskin. it dont work
You've tried it personally? Or have you read up on it?
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