The Dermaroller has caught a lot of people’s eye, so thought I’d write a blog on it. The Dermaroller is a tool that has 100’s of needles in order to create little holes in your skin so that your skin can repair itself. It improves acne scars, wrinkles, ageing and sun-damaged skin and stretch marks which gives the skin more of a glow.
But does it actually work?
I had read reviews on the Dermaroller and many people had said it worked, so I thought it is worth a buy to try it myself. I have been using it now for a while (at least once a week) and it is something that takes some time to work but I am slowly started to see changes.
I use a 1.5mm Dermaroller, although you can get these in different sizes, I went for a slightly bigger one than the usual as I wanted to use it for my body to get rid of stretch marks. I use it all over my face and lips as recently I’ve found out that it makes your lips look more pumped and smooth.
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Anyone else is using this? Comment below and let me know what you think!
Sorry guys, the reason why I haven’t been posting is that I had spent time on preparing for my graduation! Yes, I’ve graduated from University in Major Psychology and Criminology and I couldn’t be happier! I had spent four years in University due to changes of one course that I didn’t like in the first year (English and Media) which I had then made a choice of choosing Psychology and Criminology and majored in the course I loved. It is such a happy moment when you graduated, honestly. “Everything seems impossible at first until it is done”-Nelson Mandela. Most of you I believe will be graduating this summer and I bet you can’t wait! The only downfall is that you’ll be leaving such an amazing environment and your little freedom that you had will be gone (if you’re moving back home) but nothing competes with the recognition of your hard work!