Micro-Needle Derma Roller are for single-person use.
Do not use the Micro-Needle Derma Roller on irritated skin, infected skin, fungal skin infections, active acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, severe solar keratosis, raised moles and/or warts, and/or any open wounds or sores.
Avoid contact with hard objects or surfaces.
Replace the Micro-Needle Derma Roller if dropped.
Store the Micro-Needle Derma Roller in its case and keep out of the reach of children.
Step 1) Cleansing
Clean skin with regular cleanser, rinse thoroughly and towel dry.
Step 2) Micro-Needle Derma Roller Treatment
Using gentle pressure, roll the Micro-Needle Derma Roller 4 times over each area In each direction, vertically, horizontally and in both diagonals.
Do not apply high pressure. Even with higher pressure the micro-points will not penetrate any deeper into the epidermis. Everyone`s skin is different in sensitivity. Slight tingling or itching may be felt until your skin becomes accustomed to the treatment. This is normal.
Please keep in mind that the epidermis around the eyes and the upper lip is much thinner. Roll carefully over these areas.
If persistent redness or irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a skin care professional.
Step 3) Active Ingredients Application
Once you have completed rolling, apply toner, active ingredients, peptides or vitamins A, C, E and beta-carotene massage into the skin. Allow a few minutes for the applications to be absorbed before applying moisturizer.
The treatment should be repeated 2-7 times per week. Once daily is the optimal treatment frequency. Should the skin feel sensitive after a treatment, it is advisable not to use the instrument again until the skin feels comfortable.