The sun is starting to shine, coats are starting to be discarded and very soon, hopefully, many of us will be embracing the good weather and having more skin on display than we have for months. The sad fact is that there will be thousands hiding under high necks, long sleeves and have their legs covered up due to skin imperfections they are simply too embarrassed to show off.
Burn marks, injury scars, hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, stretch marks and wrinkles are one of the many reasons why people can be conscious to expose their arms and legs in the daylight. Derma Roller can help transform the look and feel of your skin completely in a matter of days. Especially as the skin around the arms and legs tends to be stronger and can tolerate moderate discomfort easily, it gives one more than one reasons to get rolling.
There are a wide range of skin imperfections that are in no way, shape or form the fault of those suffering from them. Pigmentation, uneven skin tone, burn marks, scarring even long standing damage caused by exposure to the sun before we knew how dangerous it was have all people hiding away and covering up. As with most things, men are not as inhibited as showing off their imperfections as women are, putting them down to battle scars or war wounds whereas the fairer sex are loathe to parade them.
Most people will have heard of derma rollers and the promises they make, but the latest research has proved that these clever devices actually deliver on these, and their popularity has gone stratospheric. Considering how cheap they are to buy, and how effective they are, it’s a wonder everyone isn’t using them. Those with severe imperfections, however, have probably had their hopes raised so many times for them to be dashed that they are treating derma rollers as just another flash in the pan.
The premise behind a derma roller is simple yet brilliant. The vast majority of skin imperfections are actually caused by the tissue lying beneath the epidermis; the top layer of skin. As the epidermis is so thin these imperfections are clearly visible which thus make people think that it is their skin that is the problem. The derma roller consists of numerous hair-fine needles which penetrate the skin and the tissue beneath, this tricks the body into thinking there is trauma and sets to work healing itself. What goes on underneath can dramatically effect was is visible to the eye.
The big appeal about a derma roller is that you do it in your own home and while there have been reports of mild discomfort and bruising during use the general consensus is that it is well worth it for the results. For those with low pain thresholds, or those whose imperfections are sensitive, an anaesthetic cream can be applied first which greatly relieves the discomfort.
It may be April now but there is still time to get yourself a derma roller and greatly improve the appearance of the skin on your face, hands, arms and legs before summer rolls around. They cost very little when you consider what they do and when the needles start to blunt you simply replace the roller you don’t have to buy a whole new kit. Anyone with skin imperfections owes it to themselves to give a derma roller a try, there really is nothing to lose and absolutely everything to gain.