Stretch Mark Dermaroller Scar Treatment
The dermaroller excels at getting rid of stretch marks. In a vast majority of cases, customers have found that the first signs of improvements have begun to show within the first few days of rolling.
Causes Of Stretch Marks
Stretch marks appear when the skin is torn during periods of rapid growth. Although the skins integrity is always maintained, its thickness in specific areas is drastically reduced. These areas are where the stretch marks appear.
This is typically the cause of pregnancy, puberty or periods of rapid weight gain. Male stretch marks can also occur through body building. While they have no serious medical side effects, there is a widespread desire by both men and woman to remove them for cosmetic reasons.
Stretch Mark Dermaroller Treatment
A Dermaroller treatment for stretch marks is a simple process. Because they tend to appear on fleshy areas of skin, skin needling in these areas is usually free of any major discomfort.
Typically most users will choose either a 1.0mm for stretch marks on the thighs, backside and stomach or a .5mm for stretch marks on the chest or arms.
The effect of skin needling is to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the area where the stretch marks are located. The reason why stretch marks show is a lack of these basic building blocks. By encouraging their production, your skin is given the kick start it needs to reduce the stretchmarks appearance significantly.
Additional Stretch Mark Benefits
Not only does skin needling stimulate the healing process, it also improves absorption of topically applied products. This means that after rolling, any creams or oils applied to the skin have a dramatic improvement in their effectiveness.
How Long To See Results
You will typically see an improvement to your stretchmarks within 2-3 weeks of first using your dermaroller. However, it is not uncommon for this period to be significantly less.
We encourage people to take a patient approach to all their skin needling treatments, the time it takes for results to show is dependent on several factors including, the frequency of treatments, length of needle size, pressure as well as a natural propensity for healing.