Rolling has been around for many years in the skin industry yet still to many people the concept of rolling the face with hundreds of needles as part of a skincare regime seem bonkers! The initial thought is that anything that pricks the skins surface will cause damage. Whilst there is some truth to that train of thought the important part of this skincare concept is how the skin reacts to the damage that is caused to become bigger and better, or in the skins case - tighter and stronger.
When an approved roller is used to prick the skin no actually cells are damaged, however tiny blood vessels are pierced. This piercing causes blood platelets to be released into the deeper parts of the skin and with the release of platelets comes a number of growth factors, an accelerated production of collagen and elastin making the skin thicker, tighter and more elastic (check out our blog posts on why these are important) and the regeneration of brand new tissue.
The effects of this regrowth brings a fresher, more radiant and youthful appearance.
However, to ensure the best results are realised it is absolutely essential that the bodies levels of Vitamin A are built-up to support the skin cell regrowth before the rolling programme starts. With the correct skincare and nutritional advice the human body can acheive cell regrowth acceleration by 400% to get the desired results much quicker and safer.
Making rolling a regular part of your skincare regime can diminish lines and wrinkles and improve the appearance of spot, sun damage, ache scarring and large pores.
For the best advice on skin rollering, when and how to roller and the most effective products to use then please book in for a free consultation with us.
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