What is dermaroller?
Dermaroller is a medical hand device consisting of hundreds of stainless needles 0.5-2.5 mm in length and 0.1 mm in diameter placed on a cylindrical diameter.
In which areas is dermaroller used?
It produces an anti-aging effect by stimulating the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.
In dermatology, it increases the subcutaneous penetration of topical substances by 200 times. (Increasing transdermal penetration - Dermatherapy).
How does dermaroller take effect?
In dermaroller procedure, hundreds of tiny channels are opened in the skin. Microchannels created by microneedles are perceived as wound by the skin, and growth factors, collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, which show up in the natural wound healing process of the skin, are stimulated. As a result of dermaroller treatment, skin regeneration occurs in that area.
How is dermaroller performed?
An anesthetic cream may be applied before dermaroller procedures. Microneedles increase the penetration of products such as creams, lotions and serum applied to the skin by 200 times. By using it in combination with methods that stimulate skin regeneration such as Intradermal Treatment and mesotherapy, the efficacy of the procedure can be increased.
How many sessions of dermaroller should be performed?
Five-six sessions should be performed to achieve a good result. Depending on the treatment area, the procedure may take 15-20 minutes. Dermaroller session interval should be 1 month.
What are the points to take care of after dermaroller?
The treatment area should be protected from the sun. Moisturizing creams should be used. Contact with water should be avoided on the day of the treatment and no make-up should be done. The next day after the procedure, the patient can be return to daily life.
What are the side effects of dermaroller?
Dermaroller has no permanent side effect. Temporary redness lasting 1-2 days may occur.
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