Sep 24

Collagen is an important protein in the body that helps to produce skin, muscles and ligaments. Many times as skin sags, wrinkles or forms other cosmetic issues, it is due to an inadequate amount of collagen. Also, as people age, the amount of collagen the body naturally produces also decreases. Luckily, there are several foods you can eat that will help to promote collagen growth in the body so you can look and feel great. Look for foods that contain the following vitamins or nutrients and you will see improved skin quality as your body starts to produce higher levels of collagen.

Vitamin C

Foods rich in vitamin C, such as oranges, can not only help boost the immune system but this vitamin is also an essential component of the collagen production process. Other foods that contain vitamin C include leafy greens, broccoli, mangos and green peppers.

Niacin or Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is a vitamin that not only helps to enhance the look of skin, but studies have also have shown that it enhances the body’s ability to produce collagen. Incorporating vitamin B3 into the diet with food or supplements can drastically improve the look of skin. Vitamin B3 can be found in foods such as swordfish tuna, peanuts, beets and sunflower seeds.


Copper is a mineral that not only acts as an antioxidant, preventing free radicals from damaging the skin, but according to several studies it is essential for the body to be able to produce collagen. Low copper levels in the body can lead to lower collagen production levels and a decrease in skin’s elasticity. Good sources of copper include mushrooms, peanuts and clams, copper can also be taken in pill form and is in many multivitamins. (Scientia Nutrition MultiVitamins are an excellent choice).


Soy is full of an isoflavone called genistein. Genistein in soy is able to enhance the speed and production of collagen in the body. Soy can be ingested through supplements or you can eat soybeans or soy based cheeses. Another easy way to get soy into your diet is to switch your dairy milk for soy milk.


Lycopene, which is found in bright red, yellow and orange foods is another often overlooked source to help boost the rate of collagen production in the body and help your body consistently produce more collagen and elastin. Look for bright foods such as tomatoes, red, yellow and orange peppers, carrots and sweet potatoes, as these are all a great source of lycopenes.

A simple change to your diet can make a big difference in the quality of your skin over time, but to give yourself a real chance at success in today’s busy world, try Scientia Nutrition MultiVitamins from


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Jun 20

Collagen injections have been gathering infamy as a cosmetic procedure for some years now. A quick Internet search for “collagen injections” gives us reams of information, in two categories; the first is a long list of adverts from seemingly lucrative companies, offering cheap, easy and miraculous collagen injection sessions which can immediately, painlessly and invisibly turn back time. The other, even longer list we get from the Internet search is of photographs from disappointed customers who look nothing like the already youthful models on the cosmetic clinics’ websites.

Collagen Injections – Value and Cost

While it would be a very cynical thing to say that there are absolutely no experienced, talented and effective practices which can achieve the results they advertise, it would be a very foolish thing to say that every clinic can offer this guarantee. Consider the fact that many of these clinics are advertising affordability as readily as their effectiveness. Almost all of those images we saw online were of the famous and ultra-rich, and most of them were sincerely unflattering. It seems to be that when people choose to inject collagen, they can be gambling with something much more precious than money.

The Benefit of Experience

Fortunately, we do not have to accept the clinics’ words at face value. There are many forums and communities online which exist to share customers’ experiences. As well as cautionary tales, there are also testimonials from satisfied customers. It’s a telling fact that there is a definite bias towards horror stories in the press, probably because of the fact that an image of an unsuccessful treatment is much more visually compelling that of a result which succeeded. To put it bluntly- if collagen injections didn’t work for some people, no one would have it done.

That said, it cannot be denied that there is no small amount of risk involved in having collagen injections. Because of this fact, many people who wish to improve their appearance choose other, safer treatments. One of the safest treatments for ageing, wrinkled or uneven skin is also one of the cheapest, and one of the most effective. This treatment is called micro needling.

Micro Needling – A Natural Alternative to Collagen Injections?

Micro needling is a therapy which involves using a small micro needle roller device on the skin. This device – known as the Scientia Derma Roller – has tiny needles on its surface, which safely roll over the skin stimulating the healing process. By doing so, the tiny needles – although much too small to cause bleeding, visible trauma, or any significant discomfort – trigger the skin’s natural healing process.

This process causes production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Allowing the skin to produce its own collagen means that the skin tissue is healthier and younger looking – something that collagen injections can only emulate. Because the Scientia Derma Roller induces natural production of collagen from within the skin itself, the effects are much more natural, long-lasting and safer than injections, and there is absolutely no risk of the dreaded “trout pout”.

The Scientia Derma Roller can be used several times per week, is much cheaper than collagen injections, and can be done in the comfort of your own home. More importantly, using it is actually beneficial to the health skin, as well as its appearance. You get the best of both worlds.

For more information about the Scientia Derma Roller, please click HERE for, instruction videos, click HERE for images showing the benefits of using the product, HERE for genuine customer reviews, and click HERE to visit our fully secure online shopping cart should you choose to buy.

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Dec 04

Collagen Roller Questions and Answers

A Skin Rejuvenation Breakthrough: Collagen Roller

The Scientia Derma Roller (Collagen Roller) is a simple gadget which can naturally stimulate elastin and collagen production in the skin without damaging it. A Collagen Roller can be used by both women and men and has multiple beneficial effects:

QUESTION? What do wrinkles, scars, stretch marks and uneven skin have in common?

ANSWER: Insufficient collagen! If your body could create more collagen then you wouldn’t get them. Frequent use of a Collagen Roller givesnature a helping hand by stimulating collagen production in your skin, which will help prevent / reverse their formation.

Even the stars of Hollywood are using cosmetic micro needling to give them a youthful and healthy glow. Quite possibly the most well known celebrities rumoured to have undergone Collagen Roller treatment are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

What is the Scientia Derma Roller / CIT Roller?

The Scientia Derma Roller (or CIT Roller) is a precision engineered medical device, with the ease of use necessary to use in the comfort and privacy of your home. It is based upon a simple hand-held roller which has 192 surgical steel micro-needles which are able to part the pores of the surface layer of your skin without damaging it. The pores close again about 45 minutes to an hour later, but during that time window, your skin is much better able to absorb and benefit from vitamin rich creams and lotions.

The diagram displayed below shows a close-up image of the roller. The needles are only one millimetre in length so it gives you a tickling feeling when the Scientia Derma Roller is used.

Collagen Roller Approximate Size

Microneedling of the skin is becoming a far more popular cosmetic procedure, but the Scientia Derma Roller is an FDA approved product which is simple enough that anyone can operate it at home. Despite this, it has very similar results to Laser Therapy, Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion, but it is a whole lot less invasive and carries just a small proportion of the cost.

How does the Collagen Roller Give You Better Skin?

As you roll the Dermaroller across your skin, it creates tiny pin point punctures into the dermis – the majority of which are just pushing your pores open temporarily. Your body perceives this as damage, which triggers the release of growth factors that, in turn, initiate the production of elastin and collagen. Your body has evolved to react to any damage by initiating the healing process, but typically it will only mend as far as is required to keep you healthy – which is completely different to healing to a cosmetic level. By constantly initiating this repair mechanism, you ask your body to keep repairing until the process is finished.

The body generally accepts that stretch marks, scars and wrinkles are acceptable, but with the gentle daily reminder brought about by the Collagen Roller your body is coaxed into continuing the healing process until your skin has also mended itself on a cosmetic level. This process of remodelling can keep working for literally months after each CIT Roller treatment, however, noticeable changes may be experienced within 7 – 10 days! The skin naturally renews itself every forty days, so with a little bit of effort, changes can be fast and dramatic.

Cosmetic micro-needling with the Collagen Roller can be carried out safely on all colours of skin and all types of skin. Other treatments typically have to avoid delicate areas – for example around the eyes, the neck and the backs of the hands, but with a shorter needle size the Scientia Derma Roller can be used on all of these areas. The epidermis and melanocytes in the basal area of the skin are not damaged, so there is no possibility of post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.

So How do you use a Scientia Derma Roller?

The Scientia Derma Roller process is simple and can be done at home. Take a look at our Collagen Roller Instructions page for further details.

How quick does the Scientia Derma Roller give results?

Of course, the speed you will achieve noticeable results depends upon what you are treating and how extensively your body has to remodel the area in question. This cycle of skin remodelling has been known to continue for months after each Collagen Roller treatment, but visible results may be seen within around 7 days! The skin naturally renews itself every forty days, so with a few sessions changes can be dramatic.

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Does using a Collagen Roller hurt? or can it make you bleed?

There are two methods of Derma Rolling. The first method involves the use of numbing cream to numb the area, followed by more forceful use of the elimination may be accomplished with regular treatments with the Scientia Derma Roller. Anti Cellulite treatments can be conducted up to 5 times each week with the Scientia Derma Roller on the hips, thighs, legs, buttocks (bottom), arms and stomach (belly).

Will the Scientia Derma Roller cure hairloss / alopecia?

Treating hairloss and baldness is an area which countless people enquire about. The Scientia Collagen Roller is a hairloss product which gets remarkable results. In recent studies, carried out over a 12 week period, men treated with a Scientia Derma Roller had an increase in hair growth alog with an average eighty percent decrease in hairloss. The hair restoration and hair regrowth process has been shown to improve alopecia, balding, bald spots, thinning hair, receding hairlines and more.

Take a look at our Derma Roller Before and After Photos page for some extraordinary evidence of how well the Scientia Derma Roller can get you results!

Can the Scientia Derma Roller remove acne scarring / surgery scarring?

Acne scarring removal and acne scarring treatment are a frequent use for the Scientia Dermaroller, along with reducing surgery scarring, pitting of the skin, enlarged pores, scars from chicken pox,burn scars and many more conditions. Check out our Derma Roller Before and After Pictures page to see some remarkable proof of how well the choice of alternative needle lengths, so you ought to choose the needle size which is most appropriate for the particular condition or part of your body you are trying to treat.

Collagen Roller Needle sizes for in-home use include 0.5mm, 1mm (1.0mm), 1.5mm and for use by professionals, we also have 2mm (2.0mm) and 2.5mm rollers. In addition, we have 3 line rollers (made to be narrow to treat harder to treat areas such as around your nose) in 1.0mm and 1.5mm sizes.

Check out our needle lengths page for further detailed information on how to choose the most appropriate needle size for you.

Are these the same as other Skin Rollers?

No. Not all skin rollers are the same. Some do not have FDA listing that the Scientia Collagen Roller does. Other budget skin rollers are frequently for one use only and aren’t made from the same grade of surgical steel (so they may blunt or break), and most concerning is if they have been gamma sterilized. The Scientia Derma Roller is manufactured to the highest specification so that it may be used repeatedly and intensively for 3-6 months. It is manufactured / quality controlled in accordance with ISO/CE/FDA standards and gamma sterilised according to ISO 11137.

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How much is the Scientia Derma Roller?

The Scientia Derma Roller starts at £55 RRP £79.99 including all taxes and free worldwide shipping and is available to order online for delivery anywhere in the world. If you aren’t sure how much that costs in your own currency, take a look at (launches in a new window).

So How can I buy a Collagen Roller?

Check out our page to order online. We dispatch items the same day, when ordered on a weekday.

So is my Scientia Derma Roller Guaranteed to Work?

Take a look at our guarantee video below to learn how you too can get excellent results – or your money back!

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Skin needling or micro needling is safe, effective and is simple to use at home.

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Oct 01

Aloe Vera Wrinkle Cream

Aloe Vera is a vital ingredient in any anti wrinkle cream, stretch mark cream or anti aging cream. Aloe Vera oil has well recognized healing and restorative properties, and is usually contained in top of the range lotions, creams and gel products. It is widely used to treat a huge range of skin conditions burns and even frostbite. Aloe Vera is also a fantastic moisturiser that keeps the skin supple and has the benefit of bringing oxygen to the skin cells – this increases both the synthesis and strength of skin tissue.

Aloe Vera Plant

Although Aloe Vera is by far the best known, there are in fact over 300 types of aloe. However, only a few are used for medicinal purposes. Aloe perryi (found in north-eastern Africa) and aloe ferox (found in South Africa) are a couple of the more popular varieties. But, as the most popular, the industry size for Aloe Vera is estimated to be about $125 million dollars. The volume of the industry for finished products (which include wrinkle creams, anti aging creams and scar removal creams) using Aloe Vera is estimated to be around $110 billion dollars.

Aloe Vera Uses

Humans have been known to use aloe even as far back as ancient Egypt. Cleopatra used aloe vera as part of her beauty regime and the Egyptians also used it as one of the ingredients in the production of embalming fluid. Fast forward a thousand years and the Europeans began using it as an important ingredient in their herbal based medicines. By the 16th Century, aloe vera had arrived in the West Indies: It is still grown and harvested there today.

Anti Aging Skin Cream

One of the main reasons Aloe Vera has become so popular in anti aging skin care creams among consumers is that it possesses incredible moisturising properties. Studies have shown that Aloe Vera improves the skin’s ability to hydrate itself, aids in the removal of dead skin cells and has an effective penetrating ability that helps transport healthy substances through the skin.

Dr. Ivan E. Danhof is considered the leading authority on the Aloe Vera plant. His studies have suggested that the gel found within the plant increase production of human fibroblast cells six to eight times faster than normal cell reproduction.

Fibroblast cells are found in the dermis layer (middle) of the skin and are responsible for fabricating collagen which is the skin’s support protein. The Aging process as well as sun exposure, means that fibroblasts slow their collagen production. As aging continues, the quality of collagen is lessened and wrinkling becomes deeper. Studies have found that not only does aloe improve fibroblast cell integrity, it also speeds up the process of collagen formation.

Natural Treatment Cream Gives Great Results!

Our skin cream, available in conjunction with the Scientia Derma Roller contains Aloe Vera amongst other natural ingredients such as Evening Primrose Oil and Vitamins C & E. In conjunction with the way in which Derma rollers boost skin absorption, the benefits as mentioned above (collagen production, anti-aging, wrinkle prevention etc) are delivered effectively to the treated areas to create the best possible opportunity for successful treatment. Aloe Vera is just one part of this complete package.

Visit our order online page for more information on how to order your vitamin rich Aloe Vera anti aging skin cream, or a Scientia Derma Roller. We also have Derma Roller before and after pictures and a Derma Rollers FAQ page. Treat your scars, wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite or hair loss today!

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Aug 22

Wrinkle Treatment – Formation and Removal

For many people, wrinkles are a part of everyday life. But if you are looking into wrinkle treatment, wrinkle removal, wrinkle reduction, or indeed any other kind of anti-aging procedure, it is important to understand how wrinkles are formed – and for that we need to understand how our skin is constructed. There are many layers in the skin; however it can be generally divided into three main parts.

  • The outermost layer everyone can see, called the epidermis – this contains skin cells, pigment, and proteins.
  • The middle layer, called the dermis – this contains blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles, and oil glands
  • The innermost layer, called the subcutaneous layer – This contains sweat glands, some hair follicles, blood vessels, and fat.

Each layer of the skin contains connective tissue with collagen fibres to give support and elastin fibres to provide flexibility and strength.  The following video explains exactly how they are formed and how you can remove wrinkles.

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Wrinkle Formation

Younger skin tends not to show wrinkles as it does an excellent job of stretching and holding in moisture. The elastin in it keeps it looking and feeling young, along with the collagen protein in the dermis which also assists in preventing wrinkles.

However, over time, the dermis loses both its collagen and elastin, so the skin gets thinner and has trouble getting enough moisture to the epidermis. In addition, the fat in the subcutaneous layer that gives skin a plump appearance also begins to disappear. Overall, this affects the epidermis layer causing it to begin sagging and forming wrinkles.

These changes in the connective tissue which reduce the strength and elasticity are known as elastosis and is especially pronounced in sun-exposed areas – and also with individuals who smoke.

Wrinkles and Aging

There isn’t a specific age when people suddenly get wrinkles: Even young people in their 20s begin forming wrinkles, particularly around their eyes (called “crow’s feet”) from squinting or spending too much time in the sun.

Some more fortunate people may well be in their 50s or 60s before they begin to form their first lines and have to start considering ways to treat wrinkles. This is usually because they have taken good care of their skin, although it is also largely dependant on genes. However it happens to all of us eventually as a natural part of the aging process.

QUESTION? What do scars, wrinkles, stretch marks and uneven skin have in common?

ANSWER: A lack of collagen! If your body would produce more collagen then you wouldn’t get them. Using a Scientia Derma Roller is a very effective treatment for wrinkles (and many other conditions), as it offers nature a helping hand by encouraging collagen production in the skin, which helps prevent or reverse their formation.

Treatment of Wrinkles and Anti Aging

There are ways of holding back and even reversing this aging process by taking advantage of the way our skin behaves under certain conditions. Our skin is designed to heal itself naturally and our Derma-Roller is designed to take advantage of this fact – artificially stimulating the natural ability of the skin to generate the building blocks of younger, tighter skin, therefore offering a great treatment for the removal of wrinkles. The Scientia Derma Roller helps to boost collagen production by creating a painless perceived trauma to the upper two layers of the skin by opening the pores. This stimulates increased blood flow / nutrients, and the increase of collagen within the skin reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines – all without causing any real damage in the way that laser treatment, chemical peels or micro dermabrasion do.

The second major benefit is that because the pores of the upper layer are temporarily opened (for about an hour), wrinkle remover creams and oils are able to be absorbed far more effectively. This boosts their effectiveness by up to 40 times. The skin is, after all, your body’s natural barrier to the outside world and is designed to keep external substances out.

Getting Rid of Wrinkles

Removing wrinkles has never been more cost effective: The Scientia Derma Roller has given thousands of individuals the opportunity to finally slow / reverse the aging process and get rid of wrinkles, without the need for wrinkle surgery or other expensive treatments. We are so confident that it works, we offer a full money back guarantee. Check out the rest of the site for information on how the Scientia Derma-Roller gets rid of wrinkles and can assist with other skin related problems.

Visit our Derma Roller before and after pictures page for photos of how well this process works or read more about it on our Derma Roller FAQ page. Or order online today!

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What Types of Wrinkle Can It Remove?

The Derma Roller treats wrinkles of many kinds. It can be used for the removal of wrinkle types including : Crow’s Feet; Laughter Lines; Frown Lines; Forehead Wrinkles and Tear Troughs.

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