We’d all like an effective skincare treatment that shows lasting results and dermarolling could offer just that.
Dermarolling is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment whereby a series of micro-medical needles are rolled gently across the skin. This is done in order to create tiny surface injuries, which will then encourage the skin to heal itself.
In kick-starting the healing process, collagen and elastin production is stimulated. These two naturally occurring substances are the reason behind the skin’s firmness and elasticity; as we age, the levels of collagen and elastin naturally decrease, which increases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By encouraging this small-scale regeneration with skin needling, your skin’s complexion can improve and appear smoother and more youthful.
How Long Do Dermaroller Treatments Last?
As a procedure Dermaroller skin needling treatment takes up relatively little time, and can be undertaken during a lunchtime or an afternoon, however please note that skin needling is not a try-once procedure with immediate results. In order to stimulate the continual renewal of the collagen and elastin, regular skin needling should be considered.
You should look to book dermaroller treatments every two months as in the long run this will have a greater positive impact on your skin. The answer to how long dermarolling lasts is directly related to the care and attention you give your skin both in terms of treatments and terms of aftercare. Micro needling as an effective skin treatment can last as long as you want it to last as long as you put the effort in.
Get in Touch with Austin Brewer
If you would like to find out more about our non-invasive cosmetic treatments or have further questions on dermarollers and skin needling, contact facial aesthetic practitioner Austin Brewer on 07823 883 888. Book now for your free skin consultation at our skin clinic in Bournemouth.
Alternatively you can take a look at our other blogs, which answer more questions related to dermarolling among our other cosmetic treatments.