If you’ve ever had your own garden, you know how much work goes into it. To make sure your plants grow good and healthy you have to pay extra attention to the earth. Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you probably know how important it is to till your land.
Tilling your land and raking it out allows the soil to become oxygen-rich so when you do plant your seeds, you are raising them in the best possible environment.
Wondering what the hell I’m talking about and how this applies to skin care? Well, the same principle applies to your skin.
Your skin is littered with dead skin cells that need to be sloughed away to let oxygen in. Proper aeration of your skin allows the nasty acne-inducing, cellulite-causing, age-affecting skin cells to be removed so new ones can come in and take over.
And I bet you didn’t know there is a product called DermaRoller that does exactly that for you.
A DermaRoller looks like a small paint roller with microneedles on the rotating head. The needles are so tiny that they won’t cause your skin to bleed but instead are meant to increase cell turnover rate.
These needles are just long enough that they stimulate cell communication via electrical signals in the basal membrane (the deepest layer of your epidermis). I know, it sounds techy.
As you age, your skin cell turnover rate decreases and this is why skin starts to sag, cellulite starts to form and scarring doesn’t heal. What this product does, is stimulate and reverse the very action that ages you.
Show Me How it Works
There are 3 easy steps to follow when using this tool.
All you have to do is simply roll the tool horizontally, then vertically and finally diagonally. Run the tool down your face in each direction in succession 3 times over for best results.
The Results Are In
By all accounts, this tool is effective in fighting several different skin issues. Sagging skin, aged skin, cellulite, scarring, acne scars and stretch marks are all easily targeted by the DermaRoller.
For such a cheap price and easily accessible refills, there’s no reason not to try this product.
The sensation of rolling microneedles on your skin may take some getting used to and the results may not be instantaneous, but you will see them in time.
After all, it didn’t take you one night to create the skin issue, so why should you expect it to disappear that quickly?
For younger, tighter looking skin give this product a try. Coupled with a healthy diet and followed up with a good moisturizer (did someone say Coconut Oil?) you should experience serious results.
Have you ever tried a DermaRoller before? Perhaps you’ve tried a similar product? Be sure to share your experience in the comment section below!
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