How to Clean Dermaroller

Have you been wondering what the correct protocol is when it comes to cleaning your dermaroller? I’ve posted so many blogs on the dermaroller and my friends always say: Aisling you’ve covered every topic and left no stone unturned except, “How to Clean Dermaroller.” This is true, I haven’t. Who could blame me though! It was all too easy to get caught up in the multitude of benefits this incredible device has to offer.

Yasmin’s Advice

As usual, I was taking no chances when it came to finding the answer to this and turned to one of Havana Skin Clinic’s
latest blogs in finding the answer and the right dermroller procedure to follow. Yasmin is an Expert in Results driven treatments and products so I think we’re pretty safe with her advice, don’t you?

How To Clean Dermaroller
Dermaroller Procedure

In order to clean the roller properly, boil the kettle and and angle to roller until the pouring water so that the head spins and you can be sure that all of the needles have been successfully cleaned. Yasmin recommends to change the dermaroller once every 6 weeks. The reason for this is in case there us any bacteria left on the needle from over time and also the needles become blunt over time making them less effective and dangerous to use. 

Taken directly from Havana Skin Clinic’s website.

To ensure the deepest clean of your dermaroller, follow the steps below. These steps also apply if you believe you have rolled over anything active. Active being acne, rosacea, eczema, area with a cold sore or where a cold sore has been in the past 2 weeks. We will also note that you should under no circumstance be rolling when you have anything active on your skin. If you suffer with cold sores, you have to wait 2 weeks after your last one has fully disappeared to micro needle the skin.

Taken directly from Havana Skin Clinic’s website.

1. Rinse

Rinse your derma roller under warm water for 2-3 seconds.

2. Isopropyl alcohol or hydrogen peroxide

Pour isopropyl alcohol or hydrogen peroxide in a small dish, preferably a plastic cup. Using a glass could potentially damage the needles. The plastic cup will have some give if needed and the needles will not bend. Ensure the cup has been thoroughly cleaned and free of any washing up liquid before using.

3. Soak

Soak your derma roller for 60 minutes to thoroughly sanitize it.

4. Rinse

Rinse your derma roller with warm running water for 30-60 seconds.

5. Air dry

5. Lay your roller upside down on a paper towel and let it air dry. Ensure the roller is completely dry before using it.

Taken directly from Havana Skin Clinic’s website.

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