Is Microneedle Rolling Effective? The Info Usually Left Behind

Is Microneedle Rolling Effective? The Info Usually Left Behind


Micro-needle rollers skyrocketed to fame during the height of the anti-age skin care.
This little inexpressive beauty tool promises to reduce wrinkles and acne scars while improving the skins complexion.

Does microneedling really work as stated, and if so, how?

You may be surprised but there are copious amounts of proof that dermarollers really work. There are no doubts in the dermatology communities.

Just recently there was a study published in The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. The evidence confirms that one weekly microneedling treatment will improve the skins appearance and induce the collagen percentage over a 5 month period.


Specifically it says that after 90 days of using microneedling such facial areas as frown lines, periorbital lines (crow's feet), cheek folds and upper lip line improved significantly (at least 1 grade). The average age of those who took part in this study was 55 years.

Microneedling is a great option used to maintain the skins elasticity and to stimulate and encourage the existing cells to remain active. Microneedling can be performed at home and does not require any special skills or accessories.

Pair the microneedling sessions with proper anti-age cosmetics and healthy diet which provide the skin with plenty of nutrients.

Stay healthy and beautiful!

Disclaimer: This material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute health or skin care advise.

These materials are intended, but not promised or guaranteed to be current, complete, or up-to-date and should in no way be taken as indication of future results. Please, contact your skin care or health care professional for future consultation.


Indian Dermatol Online J. 2016 Jul-Aug; 7(4): 244–254.
doi: 10.4103/2229-5178.185468
PMCID: PMC4976400
PMID: 27559496
Microneedling: Advances and widening horizons

J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2018 Aug; 11(8): 29–34.
Published online 2018 Aug 1.
PMCID: PMC6122507
PMID: 30214664
Safety and Effectiveness of an Automated Microneedling Device in Improving the Signs of Aging Skin


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