At home micro needling is a treatment where by your collagen and elastin production is induced. This results in your skin heath being improved dramatically and reversal of many skin conditions including acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles and open and blocked pores. (to name a few.) With that being said, it cannot be carried out on many skin conditions which include but aren’t limited to: acne, rosacea, eczema, skin must be completely free of cold sores for atleast 2 weeks and any abnormal skin conditions. Now, they’ve discovered that the dermaroller can also be used for preventing hair loss but cannot be used to reverse hair loss that has occurred.
As always guys and gals, you know I don’t share any of the facts without firstly researching them from a reliable source. In light of that, I turned to Havana Skin Clinic.
They have a team of experts in results driven products and services. They also stock 2 brands of dermarollers. (DermaPlump and The Image A.D.S Premium Dermaroller.) They truly have left no stone unturned when researching this device.
Now I’m sure you’re wondering, “But how does micro needling work to promote hair growth?”
Use your Dermaroller to micro needle your scalp in order to increase blood circulation to the root of the hair. This will then improve hair growth. It’s thought that microneedling can also help induce stem cells in the scalp that lead to hair growth. (Aside from collagen production in the skin.) Microneedling can also promote the absorption of hair growth products, such as minoxidil (Rogaine).Quotation taken directly from Havana Skin Clinic’s Official Blog, “Dermaroller For Hair Loss.”
Okay so you have all of the facts but how do you go about micro needling your hair at home? We covered this in our previous blog! Why don’t you go check it out?