Wondering if you’re carrying out at home micro needling correctly? In this blog, “How to Use Dermaroller Correctly.” I’m going to explore exactly what the best approach is to take following the advice I received from one of Havana Skin Clinic’s latest blogs.
This is a little bit like pass the parcel because Havana Skin Clinic’s marketing team reiterated the points that their director Caroline Hooper shared to her following. Now, i am going to share them with you. Ensuring that this doesn’t become like Chinese whispers. I am going to directly quote them so there can be no confusion!
How to Prep your Skin for Home Micro Needling:
Why did Caroline use the Iluma cleanser to cleanse her skin?
This product is gentle on the skin and contains no active ingredients. You cannot use active ingredients 3 days prior and post micro needling. Products that contain active ingredients are generating a reaction in your skin and so is the micro needling. Both together are just too much for our skin all at once. You must be very careful when micro needling the skin. Even if you recently treated yourself to a facial or at home face mask, make sure there was nothing active present.
Caroline suffers with pigmentation and the Iluma range is mainly for people who suffer with pigmentation. It also brightens the surface of the skin making a good product for well, everyone. Pigmentation can be caused by an excess production of melanin. Melanin is a pigment that gives skin it’s colour. Excessive sun exposure can also cause an increase in melanin.Taken directly off Havana Skin Clinic’s Official Website
Deep Clean Caroline cleansed her skin a second time.She used the same cleanser along with Dermalogica’s daily microfoliant. She added it to a small amount of her cleanser on the second cleanse to ensure that she had achieved a deep clean. Following this, she highlighted that is so important to have your skin squeaky clean as when you apply to the roller to the surface of the skin, you’ll be rolling what ever is on the surface into your skin. If there is particles or debris, you’ll be rolling this into the skin which is not good for obvious reasons.Taken directly off Havana Skin Clinic’s Official Website
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