This roller comes with a variety of needle sizes which range from 0.3 mm to 1.5 mm. The 0.3 mm needle is used purely to open up the pores of the skin for the application of a skin care product. The 0.5 mm needle is used to treat signs of ageing: the 1.0 mm needle for stretch marks and cellulite removal: the 1.5 mm needle works well on thick scars and pitted skin. The barrel holds 192 micro needles. Read, how to choose needle size from our blog.
A particular feature of ZGTS dermaroller is, that it can be used on large areas of the body which is due to the titanium alloy needles fixed in the barrel. For larger areas of the body choose longer needles.
Dermaroller known as skin roller is a skincare device that is used 4-generation skincare program. Dermarolling can fight against different skin problems like akne scars, wrinkles, scars, pigmentation, cellulite etc.
How to use the ZGTS titanium roller
- Cleanse your face or any area that needs treatment with warm water. After use a steam towel or a facial steamer which will open the pores and then apply normal skin toner along the skin texture.
- The roller is moved across the area of skin to be treated in a series of sequential movements. Press firmly but do not overdo this to avoid any unnecessary discomfort. One way of using a roller is to imitate the points of a compass and roll it front, left, right and then backwards. This ensures even coverage without overdoing it
- Apply moisturizing cream or serum to help keep your skin moisturized. Apply it several times to calm your skin and to avoid skin irritation. Give time to the healing process. Your skin will feel warm and tight after use and will have a reddish colour similar to a case of mild sunburn. This is entirely normal and will ease within 24 hours. You can apply a skin care product to your skin which will help with this.
- Use dermaroller for a longer term treatment to see the best results. Repeat procedure if skin is completely healed. Usually the treatment should consist of 3-5 dermarolling sessions.
Read more information about dermarolling from our blog.