Dermaroller Acne Scars – Eliminate Minor Scarring

Dermaroller Acne Scars – Eliminate Minor Scarring: Now it’s no secret that acne scarring is one of the most common skin concerns world wide. Acne scarring is not welcomed by anyone! Minor or severe. Harming your skin to make it better might sound absolutely bonkers but it works! Don’t get me wrong, the idea of actually puncturing the surface of the skin made me wince! However once explained by the experts in Havana Skin Clinic I wasn’t so apprehensive.

Dermaroller Acne Scars - Eliminate Minor Scarring
dermaroller pros and cons

Now, I’m obsessed with at home micro needling. I consistently use the Image A.D.S Premium Dermaroller. I suffered with breakouts when I was in secondary school and now, as a result suffer with minor scarring. Or least, I did. After consistently using the dermaroller, my acne scarring is practically gone and I’m predicting it’s complete reversal in the next coming months. For the science behind all of rants, I only rely on the advice of certified laser and skincare specialists to back it up. Here’s a snippet from one of Havana Skin Clinic’s latest blog.

“In minor cases of acne scarring, we can eliminate the scars altogether using the dermaroller. With severe cases more treatment would be needed. Note that remove acne scars cannot be done over night. It’s a skincare journey that requires time and consistency. If treatment is needed for reducing their appearance, it might also be recommended that you continue at home treatment with a dermaroller. So, if you’re reading this blog and thinking it doesn’t apply to you as your scars are not minor, then you’re wrong! This blog has 100% relevancy for you and your skin.”

For the full blog, click on the link highlighted blue in the introduction.

In my opinion…

Before using any dermaroller, you should be seeking the advice of a skincare specialist. Even if you just pop into your nearest skin and laser clinic. A lot of the time skin consultations are free and you’ll get real advice which means you can manage your expectations from a new product and more importantly know if it’ll react well with your skin. For example, severe rosacea and active acne are 2 skin conditions which cannot be micro needled. You should note that that these examples are among 2 of many.

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