SDara Skincare Microneedle Derma Roller
Let’s talk about microneedling! 🙂
Here I have SDara Skincare Microneedle Derma Roller! I’ve had this for a couple of months now (from what I remember, it’s been a while). I’ve used it twice, but I stopped using it due to my skin becoming very congested. The congestion had nothing to do with the SDara Skincare Microneedle Derma Roller. It was from another skin care product. At the moment, I’m waiting for my skin to heal. My skin is clear, but I want to give it another week or so to relax before microneedling again.
What is microneedling? What is it for?
It is a cosmetic procedure where fine, small needles are inserted into the skin. It is used for the treatment of acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, etc. To break it down, the fine, small needles puncture the skin. After creating little pricks in the skin, apply skin care products, such as vitamin c and hyaluronic acid. Skin care products absorb into the skin more efficiently delivering better results.
*I’m very excited :)*
Fortunately, I took pictures of the product when I used it twice months ago. Here’s the back of the box. It says…
- Non-invasive skincare tool helps with the appearance of smooth and healthy skin
- Helps with application of repairing skin serums
- Contains 540 titanium micro needles at 0.25mm
Opening the box.
It’s wrapped in paper.
Comes in a sealed container.
That’s what it looks like. Before I used the microneedle, I disinfected the tool. Make sure you disinfect the tool before and after each use. We are talking about needles that poke holes in the skin. If the tool is dirty, that will lead to infections in the skin. This is very important.
As stated earlier, I’m not going to use it yet. I’ll let everyone know when I start using the SDara Skincare Microneedle Derma Roller again. ?
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