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Location: Brick, NJ
Registered: 04 September 2006
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Has anyone used the 'derma roller'. Does it really help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

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Location: Skin Biology in Bellevue, Washington - USA
Registered: 22 June 2004
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Dear dianemarie:

Actually if you do a search for "skin needling" or "dermaroller" / "dermarolling" you'll find a wealth of information posted through the years on our chat forum.

We've actually had a number of clients give rave reviews about using skin needling devices along with copper peptide cosmetics. Perhaps others will chime on this thread with their experience.

General information can be found at: Use of Skin Needling and Skin Rollers While Using Copper-Peptides

Depending on what a person is trying to accomplish, and their own individual skin's sensitivity, some clients have decided to use copper-peptides + skin rolling in three separate ways:

(1) Before they use the skin needling device
(2) Very lightly after they use the skin needling device
(3) Or they use copper-peptides on the days they do not use the skin needling device.

Typically recommend using milder copper-peptides when skin needling, such as GHK-Copper Serum (mild) - However, some clients have worked up to use Regular CP Serum (stronger) or Super CP Serum (very strong).

Best Wishes,
-Skin Biology
Location: Brick, NJ
Registered: 04 September 2006
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Dear Skin Biology, Is at home skin needling to be used on a daily basis.
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Location: Skin Biology in Bellevue, Washington - USA
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Dear dianemarie:

That depends on the length of needle and the area that you are needling.

We recommend to only use your needling device exactly as directed according to the length of needle and brand that you own. So be sure to consult the manufacturer of the particular device or the instruction manual. Some are for every day use, some for weekly use, some for monthly use.

But what we've found works best in our experience is that: Slow is always better and Less is more.

Best Wishes,
-Skin Biology
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