HOW TO DERMAROLL! FULL FACE Anti-Aging Dermarolling Routine!
hi everyone this is a knit this video is on one of my very favorite antiaging topics which is derma rolling and I’ll be going over the basics of derma rolling and then I’ll also be doing my complete derma rolling routine for you and derma rolling helps to build new collagen which helps to reduce lines and wrinkles it helps to reduce scars and stretch marks and it improves the skin texture it can also help with hair loss if you use your derma roller in your area of your hair that you’re losing your hair I really believe that the derma roller is one of the very best anti-aging at-home devices that you can use and I always recommend that everybody do their own research on derma rolling there’s a whole lot of information out there on derma rolling I’m not a medical professional I am just a 50 year old who’s trying to age as well as I can by using at-home treatments and topical products I’ve been derma rolling my face for the last eight to nine years and I’ve been derma rolling my lips for the last three years and derma rolling is not a quick fix you do have to be consistent with it and it does take time to build collagen so you typically don’t see results until you’ve been derma rolling for at least three to six months but I have seen great improvement in the areas that I’ve been derma rolling I do have a favorite type of derma roller and I’ll go ahead and list that along with some skincare products that I like to apply after derma rolling and I’ll just list several different ones that I like to apply I don’t apply all of these right after derma rolling I only apply a few products after I derma roll that are non irritating and that helped to build collagen and I know that everybody has different budgets and so I’ll put some in different price points that I use that I really like down in the description box beneath this video in case you’re curious to see what type of Dermaroller I like to use and what type of products I apply after derma rolling I do one or two new videos each week so if you my videos helpful and you’re not already subscribed to my channel please be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of my videos and if you happen to know of anyone who might find my videos helpful please be sure to share my channel name or my videos with them the derma roller is just a little handheld device with a wheel that has tiny little needles in it and when you roll it across your skin it creates tiny little puncture marks in your skin which then triggers your skin to go in and repair itself building new collagen and it also helps skin care products to absorb deeper into your skin you never want to share your derma roller with anyone and you only want to roll on clean skin also you should disinfect your derma roller after every use and I disinfect mine just with a spray bottle full of rubbing alcohol and then when I’m done using my derma roller I just really drench my derma roller with the rubbing alcohol I place it in its case with the lid off and let it dry for a good hour before I put the lid on and go ahead and store it when I derma roll I roll vertically five to ten times horizontally five to ten times and diagonal each way five to ten times in every area that I am derma rolling some people like to derma roll their entire face and I tend to just roll my most wrinkled areas which is a lot of my face but it’s not my entire face I do derma roll my forehead around my eyes staying right on the orbital bone that goes around my eyes I roll around my mouth and a little bit on the lines that I have on my neck and then on the backs of my hands and the reason why I don’t roll my entire face is I think about a wrinkle as kind of a depressed area that has lost collagen and so what I want to do is just build collagen in that kind of depression of the wrinkle to raise it up so that that wrinkle is not as noticeable derma rollers do come in different needle sizes and I have two that i always repurchase one of them is 0.
25 millimeter and you can use this one every night I typically use mine about two to three nights a week and this size helps with product absorption the other one that I have is a 0.5 millimeter and this one is long enough to stimulate new collagen growth and I use this one at most once a week and typically I just use that once every 2 to 3 weeks and I replace my rollers about once every six months derma rolling does make the skin slightly red or pain kind of like a mild sunburn for a couple of hours so I always derma roll at nighttime after I’ve removed my makeup and cleanse my skin and for about an hour after derma rolling skincare products are going to absorb deeper into your skin so it’s a great time to go ahead and put on a skin care product that helps to increase collagen and then I just go to bed and when I wake up the redness is gone from my skin and the skin care products have completely soaked in I do always stir a roll at nighttime but since it’s daytime right now I’m just gonna go in and remove any makeup or skincare products that I have on in the areas that I’ll be derma rolling and since I won’t be derma rolling over my eyes I’m going to go ahead and leave my mascara and eyeliner on I’ll be using my 0.
5 millimeter derma roller and when I roll on a wrinkle or a line I like to just hold my skin so that it kind of opens up that line or wrinkle and I can derma roll right into that line on me the most sensitive areas to derma roll are my forehead and my upper lip but I’ll just go ahead and start on my forehead and I just kind of hold my forehead skin tight so that I can get the Dermaroller into the lines on my forehead and I just roll back and forth 5 to 10 times horizontal vertical and diagonal and you can see it does make my skin a little bit pink but that will go away in just a couple of hours and then I do derma roll right in between my eyebrows as well I do roll around my eye and I just keep it right around the orbital bone I don’t go any closer than that to my actual eyeball and I do roll across my eyebrow as well because it does help to stimulate hair growth [Music] [Music] [Music] I do have a couple of horizontal lines on my neck that I’d like to reduce so I do roll just a few times across those but I don’t do too much to my neck because you have your thyroid and your neck and I just don’t want to mess with it too much but I just lean my head back to open up those lines and kind of hold my skin [Music] and when I roll I don’t push deep into my skin I just applied very light pressure I just placed the roller on my skin and with very light pressure I roll and then I roll around my mouth of my marionette lines my smile lines and my upper lip lines and when I roll on the marionette lines and the laugh lines I do hold my cheek in place to kind of open up that line and I do have a blemish here so I’m going to try to avoid that because you don’t want to roll over a blemish [Music] and then I also roll the backs of my hands and I just roll in the same pattern that I roll on my face which is horizontal vertical and diagonal about five to ten times in each direction and [Music] I do roll down each finger about five times and then I just roll my other hand [Music] and down each finger [Music] and then I roll my lips and I just hold my lips tight against my teeth as I roll [Music] [Music] and then once I’m done with my Dermaroller I just really douse it with rubbing alcohol and then I place it in its case with the lid off for an hour and let it dry before I put the lid on and go ahead and store it I hope you found this helpful thank you so much for watching