Generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin. Vaney derma roller technology minimizes the appearance of stretch marks, acne scars, uneven skin tone, scarring, and large pores.
Vaney roller is made with titanium 540 0.25mm fine needles. Essentially, these microneedles penetrate the skin to stimulate collagen and promote healing in the skin. When done properly and at the right intervals, your skin will look smoother, healthier, and ageless over time. Who doesn’t want that?
New beauty treatment: the micro-needling derma roller!
This precision instrument is safely designed for at-home use. This spiky wonder tool uses 0.5mm long safe stainless steel long needles to gently micro-exfoliate and create the appearance of smoother, plumper, firmer-looking skin. Gently roll the micro-needles over your skin and cover all desired areas. Use once a month or every seven days ONLY if your skin can tolerate weekly treatment.
Micro-Needling Derma Roller regularly for healthy, radiant skin!
Allows for better penetration of your favourite beauty products.
Stimulates your skin to produce more collagen – the key to radiant skin.
Reduce the appearance of scarring, fine lines and wrinkles.
Reduces age spots and stretch marks.
Comes in an beautiful crystal clear case for protection of the needles.
Microneedle Dermaroller 0.5
Supercharge your skin’s natural regeneration with 540 stainless steel microneedles. With increased collagen production, skin appears more voluminous and plump. Additionally, skincare product absorption can increase up to 200x faster into the skin.
Allow 2 to 7 days between treatments, depending on the aggression of your treatment. First, place derma roller under warm running water for 1 to 2 minutes. Then, soak derma roller head in isopropyl alcohol for 10 minutes to disinfect. After cleansing skin, use on forehead, cheeks, and chin. Roll the derma roller back and forth 4-5 times in each direct horizontally, vertically and diagonally on the area you wish to treat. Maintain the same speed and pressure to create more micro vessels. Use for at least 1 minutes to properly stimulate the skin. Do not use on your eyelids, lips, or nose. You may experience slight redness after treatment. It will disappear in 2 to 7 days depending on the intensity of your treatment. Also, mild skin peeling is quite common after several days.
User Tip: Discontinue use when the device becomes dull or damaged. It will no longer be effective and should be replaced
What to Use After Derma Rolling?
Derma rolling can boost absorption and efficacy with any of Cosmedica’s facial products. Applying a serum or cream can enhance results. If you any apply tropical products, only use products you have previously used alone to ensure they don’t irritate your skin.
Never apply makeup or sunscreen after treatment, they contain ingredients that are not suitable for deep skin absorption.
Irritated skin, infected skin, fungal skin, active acne, rosacea, etc. are not fit for use. Consult a dermatologist before using if you are concerned with and skin condition. If there is any skin sensitivity stop using immediately and consult a doctor or skin specialist. Store the micro-needling system carefully and keep out of the reach of children.
Vaney Derma roller treatment provides advanced medical micro skin-needling, a procedure that stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely, creating a smoother, brighter, healthier, younger-looking skin. Derma micro needling significantly improves the appearance of facial, neck and decollete lines and wrinkles, sun damaged and aging skin, acne scars and stretch marks. In fact, when combined with Plasmalite treatments, it provides a ‘double-collagen’ producing effect, both on the superficial epidermal, as well as deeper layers of the dermis. It has never been easier, thanks to the innovative and award-winning non-surgical, skin regenerating Derma Roller treatment.
We use precisely spaced micro needles in a small cartridge to create invisible, micro perforations into the epidermis and the top layer of the dermis. As a result, the skin shifts its natural repair mechanism into high gear and starts producing elastin and collagen to repair these micro perforations. The self- repairing property of the skin is 100% natural form of skin renewal from the inside out. Additionally, we add specially selected serums to your skin’s enhanced absorption capabilities for a complete skin renewal treatment that shows immediately!
0.25mm – Overall improvement of skin tone, texture and color with greater increase penetration of skin care products into the skin.
Brings forth skin’s natural glow
Can be used right before applying serum for increased absorption up to 100x
Serums locked into deep tissues of skin when applied before micro needling
Treat your skin inside out
Great lip plumping tool
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Note: If you have a sensitive skin, try taking recommendations from doctor before using derma rollers on your skin
Why Derma roller works
High-grade medical stainless-steel microneedles are mounted on a small wheel. When rolled over face gently, it painlessly penetrates the upper layer of the skin providing a simple but revolutionary treatment with multiple benefits.
Boosting the skin care product absorption, these 0.25 mm micro needle stainless steel derma roller are designed to increase the transdermal absorption of skin care products. Does not stimulates the growth of collagen but thickens top skin layer called epidermis. Drastically increases the absorption and thus effectiveness of your favorite skin care serum or cream. Stricly used for boosting topical skin care product absorption.
What if we told you that letting hundreds of tiny needles penetrate the surface of your skin could change the way it looks forever!? Surely you’re either scoffing or wincing in pain, two of the most natural reactions we’ve noticed when telling friends, family and colleagues about the powers of a derma roller. But, it’s not as quack as it may sound, and in fact, could be the answer to a huge range of skincare concerns you may have been grappling with for a while.
Will Your Skin Benefit From Using a Derma Roller?
Of course, we’re not asking you to hop straight online and purchase a derma roller without knowing all of the facts, first. Before you get to micro-needling your skin yourself, there are a few things you’ll need to know, including how to maximise efficacy and how to buy the ideal derma roller. Whether you’re a convert or a cynic, keep on reading to find out how you could make a derma roller work for your skin.
What is a derma roller?
A derma roller, AKA a skin needling device, features a cylindrical body attached to a long handle. The cylinder is covered in tons of little needles that individually prick the surface of the skin, creating what are known as ‘micro-injuries’. Simply pick up the handle and roll the body of the device over the skin…well, that’s technically how it works. But, there are a lot of other things to take into consideration before getting rollin’.
We’re not asking you to inflict injury on your complexion for no reason — there are so many benefits to this practice. After micro-injuries are created, skin has to work extra hard to repair the ‘broken’ cells, which in turn accelerates the production of collagen and elastin. These key proteins are produced less effectively as we age, resulting in the formation of wrinkles and fine lines.
Many people are curious about what using a derma roller feels like, and despite the fact that many needles are involved, it’s a lot less painful than you’d think. The thin, short nature of the needles means you’ll barely feel it at all. You may experience slight discomfort or redness after using your derma roller, but at worst, it’ll feel like a mild sunburn.
How will a derma roller benefit me?
As a derma roller encourages collagen and elastin production, it can have benefits that include the softening and blurring of physical ageing signs. It also works wonders for loose or thinning skin, both of which are also directly related to these important natural proteins.
Derma rolling is also beneficial for a range of other skin types, including scarred, dehydrated and hyperpigmented. Regular derma rolling has been found to fade acne scars in particular, as these are often quite rooted in the skin’s layers, which the micro-needles are able to reach. Even if you have acne, you can use a derma roller — just ensure you’re not rolling over active pimples, and are sterilising the needles after every use.
Derma rolling also means that the top layer of your skin is shed in the process, encouraging effective skin cell turnover. This works wonders for those experiencing hyperpigmentation in the form of darkened or lightened spots, as shedding away surface layers ensures the new skin isn’t affected by discolouration.
You can even use your derma roller on your under eye area to plump and smooth away bags, and on the lips to encourage an enviable pout.
What do I look for in a derma roller?
If we’ve sold you on all the benefits of a derma roller, you’re probably excited to get your hands on one. But, it’s not that simple — not all derma rollers were created equal! It can actually be quite dangerous for the skin to use the wrong one, so here are a few things to look out for.
First, ensure your product is entirely reputable. No paying a few bucks off a cheapie site, because at the end of the day, your skin health is seriously important! Generally, you’ll be looking at an investment between $30 and $100 for a quality derma roller, depending on the brand. Don’t splash too much cash, but beware that anything that seems too good to be true probably is.
Another aspect you’ll want to look out for is the needle’s size and thickness. Anything above 0.3mm shouldn’t be used at home, as it can cause damage quite easily when not wielded correctly (AKA, by one of the pros). Opt for an 0.2 or 0.25mm sized needle. You’ll also want to ensure it’s made of a quality material, such as surgical-grade steel or titanium.
What does a skincare routine using a derma roller look like?
To prep skin for using a derma roller, first ensure it’s thoroughly clean by using a cleanser. We recommend double cleansing to truly lift away any dirt and imperfections, especially those from a little deeper in the pores. Next up is an exfoliant or chemical peel, which will help smooth away any excess dead skin and give your skin the perfect canvas for derma rolling.
Then, it’s time to slick on your favourite serum (although, it’s important to know your stuff — more on that later). Apply as you usually would, and then begin rolling across the face, working in all directions. Make sure you’re a little lighter around the under eye area and on the lips, or in any areas where your skin is typically delicate.
Apply a second layer of your serum once you’re done rolling, and that’s it! You’ve successfully derma rolled for the first time. You can repeat this practice a few times a week at the most, but it’s also totally fine to leave it as a once a month or fortnight kinda deal — just do what your skin seems to prefer.
Are there serums I can’t use with a derma roller?
Using a serum is an important part of derma rolling, as the small injuries you’ve made to the skin allow for deeper and more effective absorption of your product of choice. Thus, it’s an excellent way to ensure key vitamins, minerals and antioxidants reach the innermost layers of your skin.
However, there are definitely serums that you shouldn’t use with a derma roller. Anything too potent isn’t designed to reach that deeply into the skin, and so, should be left for those days when you aren’t pricking your face with teeny needles. We’re talking retinol, Vitamin C and anything else that can leave skin feeling raw or peeling a bit. Combining anything of that kind of potency is sure to turn your derma rolling dream into a nightmare, so leave the hard stuff to the pros.