0.25mm/0.5mm/0.6mm/1.0mm/1.5mm needle options
1. 20 needle: more efficient for treatment
2. No side effects and fast recovery, No bruising or swelling
3. Can be used by yourself anytime at your personal convenience
4. Cost-effective compared to expensive cosmetic laser treatments
Aqua Stamp dermaroller is an incredible Micro Needle Roller that naturally increases the levels of collagen and elastin in your skin. It is very effective for all scar types, especially for hard-to-heal acne, stretch mark, and atrophic white scarring.
The Derma Roller’s benefits can be reaped for years to come as far as anti-aging is concerned. As well as increasing the absorption and efficacy of your anti-aging skin care products, with continued use the stimulation of cells will also result in a faster renewal cycle of the epidermis and stimulate new collagen production.
The derma micro needles penetrate the epidermis and dermis layer of skin. The needles will generate micro channels into the skin. This gives a pathway for skin products to penetrate more easily, boosting their effectiveness greatly. These channels should close up within an hour. The mechanism of Dermaroller’s action is based on Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), a treatment which aims to restore youth and smoothness to your skin by stimulating the natural production of a substance called collagen. The microneedle Rollers create small channels into the deep layers of the skin which break up the old collagen strands and stimulate the creation of new ones.
1. Low-Quality Derma Roller in the market
Most of the derma rollers in the market provide standard and accurate needle length.
However, there is still some poorly made derma rollers with inaccurate length and bent needles.
Please double check the needle length before applying derma rolling. Otherwise, using such dermarollers could pose great danger to your skin.
2. Dermaroller VS. Mesotherapy
Available in the markets, both DERMAROLLERS and MESOTHERAPY can prevent aging skin and promotes younger looking skin. There were some noted side effects of mesotherapy like sensitivity, bruising, itching, swelling of skin, damage to the liver, redness and burning skin. For some people, these effects apparently fades, but some with pain and itching sometimes lasting more than a several days, and some bruising and swelling subsides within a week. What’s more, the treatment might cost too much, normally between US$300 and US$500, depending on the size of the area being dealt with.
DERMAROLLER or Micro-needle Skin therapy has only a few differences and does not go much beyond the same procedures. The treatment uses about 0.2mm – 3.0mm needles small enough that it is called micro-needle and penetrates the skin’s stratum conium, the hard outer surface of the epidermal layer of the skin, body or scalp. The roller stimulates blood flow to the surface, gives a skin massage, cleans out the pores and stimulates collagen re-growth. Since the needles are micro in size, infections and other skin complications are unlikely to happen because it heals easily and unnoticeably.
DERMAROLLER actually does not need various substances to be injected directly into the inner skin layer compared with mesotherapy. Instead the procedure initiates the body’s natural healing process and it is supported by applying some vitamin creams so that it shall be absorbed easily because of the tiny pores created by the micro-needle system.
3. Derma Roller VS. Laser Treatment
Dermaroller skin therapy can be costly about $50-$200 dollars to complete your treatment. The minimum costs of aggressive laser therapy are $500 dollar per treatment for the smallest area of your skin, for a whole body or face could be much more. Since Derma roller does not use thermal heat unlike Lasers, it is safe to use on all skin types and all skin colors. There is no risk of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation.
Dermaroller skin therapy can cause red bumpy patches for the next 2 days after the procedure, but this is due to the skin releasing toxins or old collagen fibers from the below surface of the skin. Micro-needle creates pores in the skin at about 0.25mm and does not burn the skin to promote collagen growth. It does promote the skin’s natural healing process.
Laser-treated skin can cause permanent burns and injuries, especially for people with deeply pigmented skin might have a permanent lighter color on the area treated in laser or un-even skin tone. Burned skin reduces the protection of the body from resisting bacterial infections since it heals for a longer time and the skin’s natural moisture is lost.
“Do I need to be careful or avoid direct sunlight after a skin therapy session?”
Laser-treated skin gets burned up, and a person who went thru the procedure should not to go directly or avoid staying under the sun even walking on the streets alone. Dermaroller treatment since it is being done by micro-needling does not induce sun sensitivity.
4. Dermaroller Comparison
If you are confused about dermarollers differences and having trouble selecting the best roller for your skin, please contact us.
How to use the derma roller
Dermarollers can be cleaned thoroughly after each use to prevent infection with isopropyl alcohol (min 70%).
Sterilization of the dermaroller in an autoclave or using ultrasound is not advised because needles would lose their sharpness.
Where to buy a dermaroller?
You can purchase from your local dealer/retailer. Or you can shop on this website.
Click here to view all the derma rollers for sale online.
MOQ: Minimum order quantity.
For our derma rollers, MOQ shall be over 5pcs. Because we are selling at very low price.
Each transaction involves bank fee and shipping &handling cost. We cannot to afford to sell 1 pcs or 2 pcs of dermaroller at such price. Besides, derma roller is consumable products. It makes sense to store few more for future usage. If you buy more, you can get lower price and also save shipping cost.
Do you supply nutrition products?
No, we don’t. We are specialized in manfaucturing aesthetic machines. We don’t produce cosmetic products. Besides, liquid products are prohibited for air shipping.
Why your dermarollers are not frees shipping?
As factory directly selling, we guarantee the best price in the market. There is no commission fee and no hidden charges.Our pricing system is transparent and reasonable. Different countries has different shipping rate. Different package weight also result in very different shipping rate. We have a network of logistic service providers (DHL/FEDEX/UPS) which ensure the best shipping rate, fastest shipment and reliable service. If you have other suggestions about the shipping method, please contact our customer support.
1. 300 needle with 0.5mm needle length is for eye wrinkles, the recommended treatment interval is 3 days.
2. 720 Needles with 1.0mm is for face anti-ageing, skin regeneration and collagen stimulation treatment, the recommended treatment interval is 1 weeks.
3. 1200 Needles with 1.5mm is for body stretch marks, severe cases, deep scars and wrinkles, rejuvenation of ruined skin, the recommended treatment interval is 10 days.
1. What is Microneedling?
Microneedling is a non-invasive procedure that involves using a dermaroller that has many fine, very sharp medical quality needles. The rolling action over the skin causes fine holes punctured into the deep layers of the skin. This promotes your skins own healing mechanisms to stimulate new collagen growth, improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of scarring and fine lines.
2. Does microneedling hurt?
Different body areas are not with same sensitivity – facial areas tend to need numbing with smaller dermaroller needle length, other body areas like thighs may not require numbing. Using your roller gently gives a kind of tickling feeling and is not painful. You may find that there is a temporary reddening of the skin for around an hour after treatment and it can give a sensation similar to mild sunburn. We recommend the use of vitamin rich treatment cream after use and sunscreen / block if you will be exposed to the sun after treatment.
3. Is Derma Roller treatment safe?
Yes, it is. “Non-surgical and non-ablative” means skin friendly treatment. You experience little or no pain, downtime and risk of complications. Original Dermal Roller is registered & licensed. Also there is no permanent damage caused to the skin during microneedling. The micro-injuries created by the dermaroller will trigger your skin to renew itself, making your skin more healthy & youthful. Do not accept treatments done by cheap Rollers with poor quality needles which may cause skin drag, allergy or skin damage.
4. What areas can be treated with the dermaroller?
Microneedling can be carried out with a Roller on almost any part of the body: the arms, hands, legs, thighs, body, abdomen, neck, face, cheeks, scalp, even around the eye area – such as crow’s feet and frown lines. But you shouldn’t use dermaroller only on your lips and eyelids (the skin there is very thin & you risk damaging your eye with dermaroller).
5. Who is suitable for the procedure?
The one who with stretch marks, wrinkles, scars, cellulite, hair loss, uneven skin tone, acne scars and enlarged pores are all due to a lack of collagen are all suitable for the treatment, so by using a Derma Roller to replace the collagen you can help your skin renew and repair itself to a cosmetic level. Derma Roller therapy, also known as micro needling, is an allnatural cosmetic procedure which can be done in the comfort of your own home.
6. Who is not suitable for microneedling?
Contraindications and precautions include:
Keloid or severely raised scars;
Eczema, Psoriasis, active Acne, Rosacea, or other chronic skin conditions;
Actinic (Solar) Keratosis;
Diabetes (delayed wound healing);
Presence of raised moles, warts, or lesions within treatment area;
Herpes Simplex or Zoster infections (treatment can trigger breakouts).
Absolute contraindications include:
Scleroderma; Blood clotting problems; Collagen vascular diseases; Cardiac abnormalities;
Immunosuppression; Active bacterial or fungal infections; Scars less than 6 months old;
Facial Botox or fillers injected within the last 6 weeks.
7. Can the Derma roller be performed on any skin color?
Since Derma roller does not use thermal heat (unlike IPL & Lasers) it is safe to use on all skin types and all skin colors. There is no risk of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation.
8. How often can you have a treatment?
It will normally take up to 30 minutes for the topical and aesthetic to work and 20 – 30 minutes for the Micro needle therapy procedure. For Collagen Induction Therapy, we recommend to start with 3 treatments, but with a minimum separation time of 6 to 8 weeks between treatments. For Scar Reduction Therapy, an average of 3 to 5 treatments are recommended, with an improvement of 70-80%. Unlike ablative procedures for facial skin only, the Derma roller can be used on all skin parts of the body (neck, décolleté, arms, legs, etc.).
9. How long does it take to see results with the dermaroller?
The rate at which you will get results depends on what condition you are treating and how extensively your skin needs to remodel. This process of skin remodeling can continue for literally months after each Derma Roller treatment, but visibly noticeable changes can be seen within a week! Your skin naturally renews itself every 40 days, so with a little stimulation, changes can be dramatic and fast.
10. How is the Derma roller procedure performed?
The skin is cleaned and afterwards numbed with an appropriate numbing cream so it should not hurt at all. Skin is thoroughly needled in such a way, that each skin part is needled about 15 to 20 times. An even flushing is the best indication for a perfect medical performance.
11. What should you do after the treatment?
A professional moisturizing cream / lotion will be applied after the procedure to help soothe and calm the skin, continue to use until the redness has cleared.& You should also apply a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen with a SPF 30+. Continue to apply on a daily basis for at least two weeks even during the winter or on cloudy days. Use tepid water to cleanse the face for the following 48 hours and dry gently, always make sure your hands are clean when touching the treated area. It is recommended that make up is not applied for 12 hours after the procedure. Following the treatment as the skin starts to regenerate and repair, it may well feel drier than normal.
12. What are the side effects of a Derma roller procedure?
Your skin is likely to redden after use. This should fade within a few hours. In extreme cases, this may last for 24 hours. There are virtually no negative side effects, and none have ever been reported in over 150,000 procedures performed worldwide.
13. Do you have to use a gel or cream?
The roller facilitates tiny channels/holes for it to literally go into the skin – painlessly. Needling stimulates blood flow and collagen re-growth. Skin care products used with rolling are extremely beneficial. You can use Vitamin A and C, copper peptides or a high-quality, vitamin-enriched active ingredient moisturizer. Some people use the numbing cream for cellulite and face needling. Others feel it is not necessary and claim that the Derma roller is a little irritating or tickles, and then you get used to it, in other words not painful. So it is trial and error and varies from one person to the next.
14. Do you need to sterilize my roller after use?
Yes, it is essential to keep your roller in a clean and sterile condition. Wash in hot running water after every use. Then stand head first in half your plastic cylinder (that the roller comes in) of disinfectant for about half an hour. Shake off excess liquid and dry on clean towel or paper towel. Put cap on and store in clean sealed container – supplied. Also never share your dermaroller with another person due to probable crosscontamination.
15. What type of disinfectant should you use?
Just buy a small bottle of disinfectant from the first-aid section of your supermarket or pharmacy. Fill your plastic cylinder 1/4 full with disinfectant, and 1/4 water, so the cylinder is half full. Put roller in head first for about 1/2 an hour. This sterilizes your roller as well as plastic cylinder you store it in.
16. How long does the derma roller last?
Our dermarollers are of high quality, with the proper care, it will last approximately one year. The needles will not wear out as much (as they are medical grade). For one Derma Roller, we suggest you use it no more than 10 times with the proper sterilization after and before every use.
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Microneedling is a popular cosmetic procedure for women and men looking to enhance their beauty through their body’s natural response to puncturing the skin. During a microneedling procedure (formally known as collagen induction therapy), sterilized needles create microscopic wounds in your skin. This triggers your body’s natural healing process which treats your skin through production of collagen and elastin, which promotes healthy skin and keeps it soft and youthful-looking.
But what exactly is the best choice for a microneedling pen today? It all depends on the results you’re trying to achieve and what your preferences are. That’s why it’s important to know all the microneedling options you have on the market and take in all the factors to decide which best suits your situation.
What is micro-needling?
Dermapen Microneedling procedure is minimally-invasive, non-surgical skin rejuvenating technique that uses the dermapen micro needling , an automated medical device that contains multiple fine needles, to create microchannels in the skin for increased stimulation of circulation and natural collagen production in the treated area. This newly created collagen provides the skin with additional support and helps to improve the overall health and quality of the skin. This dermapen micro needling treatment helps tighten skin, improve scars, fine lines, and wrinkles, and aids the absorption of topical skin care products.
Benefits of Micro-needling:
Stimulates collagen production
Safe for most skin types
Treats fine lines
Improves skin texture
Reduces the appearance of large pores
Enhances the effects of topical skin care products
Improves overall health of skin
For those interested in at-home microneedling, you have two microneedling devices to choose from: microneedling pens or derma pens similar to the ones used by most aesthetic clinics, and microneedling rollers more commonly known as derma rollers.
Microneedling pens are electric or battery-powered units that hold cartridges of stainless steel needles available in different sizes. Each unit can also adjust the length of the needle heads that punctures the skin. When powered, these pens spring the cartridge back and forth to puncture the skin. Users have to position the pen around certain areas of their face, and can toggle a button or adjustable dial to adjust the speed level of how fast the adjustable needles spring. After the microneedling session, the unit will have to be sterilized before storage to remove the remaining skin tissues. Reusable cartridges should be sterilized and stored while disposable cartridges can be thrown away.
Derma rollers, on the other hand, are manually operated and do not require electricity or batteries. It is a cylinder with needles on its surface connected to a rolling handle that is used to repeatedly roll over the skin. After microneedling, the entire roller will have to be sterilized before storing it away.
You can buy either microneedling device online at Hydrarollers.com.
Why Microneedling Pens Are Better Than Derma Rollers
While plenty of people are using derma rollers as an affordable basic option, we recommend going for microneedling pens as it offers more benefits to at-home users. Despite its price, even beginners may find that microneedling pens have much more to offer those looking to benefit from the effects of microneedling sessions.
Microneedling pens offer versatility. Derma rollers come with one cylindrical roller with one needle length. This makes it impossible to shorten or lengthen the needle length for other skin concerns that require deeper needle penetration. Microneedling pens, on the other hand, can adjust in cartridge size between nano, 12, and 36-pin needles as well as the length of the pins that puncture the skin. Beginners can start on smaller pins with the shortest needle length for superficial skin problems and then gradually make their way up to bigger cartridges with longer needle lengths – all with one tool.
Mirconeedling pens puncture the skin straight down. When used correctly, a microneedling pen should be perpendicular to the skin it punctures. These punctures go straight down the outer layer into the middle and inner layer of the skin, reducing the pain (especially for those with sensitive skin) and minimizing potential scarring while also making the absorption of skincare products more efficient when applied to the area. Rollers, on the other hand, may appear straight on the cylinder. But when rolled, it punctures the skin surface at an angle, drags the skin forward, and leaves at another angle. Depending on your skin type and skin condition, this can create larger wounds susceptible to skin trauma, which can lead to the appearance of scars.
Microneedling pens have thinner, sharper needles. Microneedling pens come with thin, sharp stainless steel needles (or titanium, for higher-end units with multiple-use cartridges). This means less skin trauma when the needles puncture your skin. In comparison, rollers have shorter and duller needles.