Derma Stamp Vs Derma Rolling

Are you looking to improve the appearance of lines, wrinkles, loose skin, and sun damage or remove stretch marks, reduce cellulite or remove surgery scars or acne scars?

Skin Health Hub Skin Health Derma Stamp vs Derma RollingIf you are, you may be familiar with the Dermaroller and Derma Stamp or Derma Pen micro needling skin needling tools. If you are like many others, you may be wondering if there is a difference between the two.

Although they are both similar in nature, there is a difference. In this article we look at derma stamp vs derma rolling so that you can be more informed and decide which method is right for you.

What is Derma Rolling?

A Dermalroller is a simple hand held skin roller which has 192 surgical steel micro-needles arranged in eight lines which are 0.5mm, 1.5mm, 2mm or 2.5mm in length. The needle size you should choose depends on the skin condition you want to correct.

As a guide, the 0.5mm is best for use on light acne scarring, mild chicken pox scars or ice pick scars and to improve the appearance of find lines and wrinkles. A 1.0mm roller is suited to correct deep acne scarring, surgery scars, ice pick or chicken pox scars, and the 1.5mm rollers are for very deep scarring.

The wheel-head which house the micro-needles is rolled over the surface of the skin and pierce the pores in a curved insertion method and parts the pores at the epidermis or top layer of skin without damaging it.

More Benefits of Derma Rolling:

  • Can be used up to 5 times per week on: the arms, hands, legs, thighs, body, abdomen, neck and face, including the delicate areas of skin under the eye.
  • Small areas on the face such as the nose can be treated with a 3 line roller.
  • Allows for greater absorption of topical creams into the skin for faster results.
  • Safe for use on the scalp to treat hair loss or thinning hair.
  • Regular use can help remove stretch marks, reduce cellulite, improve blood supply and collagen density in the skin and improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage and loose skin.

What is Derma Stamping?

The derma stamp is equivalent to the Professional Only use – Derma Pen.

The derma stamp hand held devise has the additional feature of a needle length adjustment dial giving the user greater control over the depth of the needles.

With 140 micro needles, the derma stamp offers a wider range of uses in one compact tool and can quickly treat larger areas of the body such as the back for the removal of back acne scarring.

The devise uses a vertical insertion method to pierce the surface of the skin with each application with precisely the right depth of needle. For this reason, the derma stamp is believed to minimize epidermal (skin) damage.

More Benefits of Derma Stamping:

  • More effective than most microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
  • Cause less trauma to the skin as the ‘stamping’ does not ‘pick-up’ the skin as the derma roller.
  • Reduced pain and discomfort
  • Can treat mild skin conditions such as fine lines and wrinkles, through to the deepest stretch marks or acne scars and can effectively reduce the appearance of cellulite.
  • Can also treat other scars resulting from cosmetic surgery i.e.; from facelifts, breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast reconstruction, liposuction, Caesarean section scars, appendectomy scars and burn scars.

The beauty of choosing derma stamp vs derma rolling really comes down to personal choice and what skin condition you wish to correct. Men and women can enjoy the benefits of skin needling with either the derma stamp or derma roller device, so whichever tool you choose, with regular home-use you can expect to see noticeable long-lasting change in your skin.

To purchase your home derma stamp or dermaroller visit SkinhealthShop: http://skinhealthshop.com/category/products/skin-health/acne-healing-solutions/

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