This skin needling roller helps with the effective penetration of our skincare products and stimulates collagen production in the skin.
Non-invasive, the Dermatech Derma Roller helps to:
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This treatment actively stimulates your skin’s natural cellular repair mechanisms. It uses tiny needles on a roller to create microscopic holes in the skin’s upper surface. This micro-damage, micro-repair technique causes an increase in cell turnover in the skin and an increase in collagen and elastin production.
Micro-needling enhances the absorption of topical products – Au Natural Skinfood’s Manuka honey products are completely safe to use post-skin-needling. The antibacterial properties may even help your skin heal faster!
Made with 0.5mm (surgical steel or titanium) needles and certified as an NZ approved medical device, this product is completely safe for at-home use. Cheaper alternatives can damage the skin as the needles can break off and embed themselves. That’s why our rollers are created in one unit, NO loose needles!
Our Microneedle Derma Rollers are made with surgical grade steel – and are an NZ approved medical device. For your safety, all needle kits are treated with Gamma Irridation prior to being packed.
Try our Manuka Honey and Bee Venom sheet masks instead.
These sheet masks work with the same micro-damage/micro-repair principle as micro-needling.
Rather than needles causing microscopic wounds, bee venom acts as an irritant, as if you’d been lightly stung. Your skin reacts by increasing blood flow and stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, just as it would after micro-needling. This gives you an instant glow that is sure to turn heads.
(It’s the perfect place to start your collagen induction if you aren’t ready for skin needling just yet)
If you have diabetes, we strongly recommend talking to a health professional before starting any skin needling journey. This can often mean the healing ability can be hindered and nerve sensation can be limited. The other issue in extreme cases can be the risk of infection.