Derma Roller facial for new collagen growth
I haven’t gone for a facial in months, simply because I no longer believe in the benefits they promise to deliver. Over the years that I’ve had facials, I didn’t really see a significant improvement to my skin condition. However, I’ve recently been considering going for a medical facial called the Derma Roller Facial.
Unlike your normal facial, the Derma Roller Facial is said to be a one-of-a-kind facial that uses a roller with multiple acupuncture-like points on your face to activate the skin cells to increase collagen production, ultimately leading to new healthy, plump looking skin with less wrinkles. Already, I know of a few people, men included, who had good things to say about this particular medical facial.
And according to what I’ve picked out from The Sloane Clinic in Singapore, Derma Roller Facial helps collagen surge to the skin’s surface, thus amplifying the benefits of vitamin penetration and hydration by 4000%. I don’t really know what those figures means, but they sure sound impressive to me.
The Derma Roller Facial is said to be beneficial for wrinkled, pigmented, sun damaged skin; skin with large pores; as well as skin with blemishes or pitted scars. The facial apparently has little downtime and is said to be painless. Immediate after effects are redness and some have even experienced bleeding. Each session cost around S$500 in Singapore, depending on the clinic you go to and most require two to four treatments to see desired results.
I’m currently finding a suitable clinic and waiting to find a good time before I head out for the treatment. I’ll report back again when I do of course.