DERMA ROLLER KIT
Why It's SpecialI really like the Derma Roller Kit. My skin is already showing improvement. It is easy to use, feels so relaxing and the serum is so soothing. It came promptly and in perfect condition. My face, chin and neck look firmer and smoother. I really recommend anyone over 60 to use it on a regular schedule.
Derma Roller Controversy
Oh how I have heard all kinds of horror stories as well as success stories 🤷🏻♀️. I triedZUSTBEAUTY - DERMA ROLLER KIT Here is my anecdotal account and opinion: Do NOT use a dermal roller if you have sensitive skin or the propensity to irritate easily. Do NOT use a derma roller without doing the best research as you possibly can. Be careful and follow directions as precisely as instructed. My first try: It's not as scary as some people make it out to be. It is important to note that I am 34 years old and do NOT have sensitive skin. I followed directions precisely as indicated in the pamphlet. It was 0.3mm needles and they didn't hurt me. I sanitized the roller before and after. It has titanium needles. After use I applied the Vitamin C 25% Serum and the collagen cream in the kit. I feel fine. I've actually gotten hurt more by St. Ives Apricot Scrub. I would definitely not use this more than once a week. To give an adequate review I need to do for about a month. So far so good. Before the derma roll I used THE FACE SHOP - Rice Water Bright Cleansing Foam because it's a gentle cleanser for me (last picture). Follow up review in a month!
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