May 27

In today’s society, where so much emphasis is placed on people’s appearance, many men and women are electing to undergo invasive cosmetic procedures in order to achieve younger, better looking skin.

Over time, as people age, their skin can become wrinkled or lined. This is primarily because as we age, the skin produces less and less elastin and collagen. Elastin and collagen are described as the building blocks of our skin, and are needed to keep the skin looking soft, supple, and smooth. Many cosmetic procedures claim to fix the look of sagging skin, without actually targeting the problem of inefficient collagen and elastin production. These cosmetic procedures are expensive, require extensive recovery time and can cause lasting damage to the skin and body, especially if not done properly.

Cosmetic Procedures

One of the most popular procedures done today to combat the signs of aging or sagging skin, is Botox. Although Botox is popular, there are many side effects to the procedure. Botox is actually a small dosage of a poisonous substance that, if injected intravenously, would be lethal. Botox is injected right into the skin, but not the veins, to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Even though Botox is not deadly when inserted in the skin, there is still a risk for the toxin to migrate and cause problems within the body. In addition to being potentially dangerous, Botox is also very expensive, and wears off over time, meaning multiple treatments will be needed. Botox can also cause discomfort, bleeding, bruising and other side effects, while often leaving the skin looking unnaturally taught and immobile.

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Another one of the more popular options for cosmetic procedures is the chemical peel. Unfortunately because these peels use very harsh chemicals, they can sometimes cause further damage to the skin, have long recovery times, are very costly, and require patients to stay indoors for months after treatment.

Luckily, there are some alternatives to chemical peels and Botox, which are much safer, less invasive and less expensive. One of these alternatives is the very successful process of microneedling (also known as Collagen Induction Therapy or CIT). This process is simple, does not carry the same risks and recovery time, and yet produces similar results to even the most intense chemical peels. Microneedling using a derma roller rejuvenates the skin as opposed to removing top layers of skin in the way that a chemical peel does. As it rejuvenates, microneedling increases the skin’s natural production of collagen and elastin.

The Derma Roller allows individuals to safely perform microneedling on their own skin, in the comfort of their own home, for a fraction of the cost of any cosmetic procedure, with absolutely no recovery time or expensive consultancy fees to pay. The dermaroller is fitted with tiny micro needles which are rolled over the skin without causing damage, bleeding, bruising or trauma. The mico needles, which are thinner than a human hair, trick the skin into believing it has suffered damage, which causes a great increase in the natural production of collagen and elastin around the “wound” in a way no other product can. This procedure is safe, simple, inexpensive, relatively painless and perhaps even more importantly, produces results that not even the more expensive and invasive cosmetic procedures can. For further information please visit www.derma-rollers.com

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Jun 20

Botox has been a controversial subject for quite some time. Made famous by a long list of celebrity users, the product is regarded as a 10-years-younger wonder product by some and as a hypertoxic poison by others. In fact, both sides of the argument have some degree of truth in them; although it certainly can make you look younger, it is in fact a highly toxic poison.

What is Botox?

Botox is a genericised trademark (like Google for web search or Coke for cola-drink) for BOtulinum TOXin, the bacterium responsible for botulism. Botulinum toxin is taken from the Latin botulus, meaning sausage, as botulism is normally spread via badly handled meat products. Even a tiny amount injected intravenously would be lethal. Cosmetic and medical botox injections are heavily diluted in order to minimise the risk of a harmful dose. Although not injected directly into the veins, there is a constant risk of the bacteria migrating from the injection site.

What is Botox For?

Cosmetically, Botox is not just used on the face to smooth out lines and wrinkles. It is also used to reduce hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) in the face, palms and soles of feet, back, and underarms. Whilst most people might think that Botox has always been used as a cosmetic product, it was actually first used for medical purposes. Its first use was in 1980, to help relax the eye muscles of a patient with strabismus (crossed eyes). It has recently been used to improve the motor skills of patients with Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome.

Who Uses Botox?

Botox, as with most other forms of cosmetic surgery, has been highlighted mostly in the celebrity arena. Recently, there has been a trend with celebrities for rejecting the use of Botox, due to the fact that natural, healthier beauty treatments are in vogue. These natural treatments have caught up with synthetic methods and can now offer similar results without any of the drawbacks and pitfalls associated with surgical enhancement. One such treatment is known as Microneedling, and competes with Botox injections, and is known to be equally effective without any of the inherent risks involved with injecting toxins into the skin.

Is There a Botox Alternative? What about Microneedling?

One alternative to Botox is microneedlingMicroneedling works by inducing the natural production of collagen within the skin. Collagen is what the skin needs to repair itself and continue looking young and healthy. Over time, the skin can begin to decrease the amount of collagen it produces. However, the process of microneedling improves the amount of collagen produced within the skin, with steady, effective and long-lasting results. Microneedling is done with a small roller device branded as the Scientia Derma Roller, containing tiny needles on its surface. These needles are too small to cause significant discomfort, bleeding, bruising or any visible physical trauma-  however, they are just big enough to trigger the skin’s healing mechanism. The skin dramatically increases the level of collagen it produces when it’s healing.

This collagen is then used to rejuvenate and enliven your skin, making it look much younger, healthier and better than before. It gives steady, constant results, and in time can give results comparable to Botox treatments, with none of the risks involved.

Click HERE if you’d like to read more about the Scientia Derma Roller, HERE to view pictures of users’ skin before and after treatment, and HERE to watch video instructions. After which, if you choose to buy, you can do so safely HERE with our secure online shopping cart.

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Jun 20

Microdermabrasion is an umbrella term which refers to two different kinds of treatment. The first is done in a clinic or cosmetic surgeon’s practice, and uses large machines to blast crystals into the skin and pull them out again, removing the upper layers of dead skin. The second kind is designed for home use, and utilises a handheld wand device to remove the upper layers of dead skin.

Is Microdermabrasion a Good Idea?

There are both positive and negative aspects of both kinds of treatment and of microdermabrasion as a procedure. The first positive aspect of microdermabrasion is its relative speed. Professional microdermabrasion is commonly known as a “lunch hour peel” because of the fact that it can be done over a lunch hour, and you can go back to work immediately. Unlike some of the more severe treatments, it requires no downtime, and with the exception of a little pinkness and mild irritation, doesn’t cause any major discomfort. In the case of home microdermabrasion, there is even less chance of discomfort, takes as long as you deem necessary, and can be done at home.

There are, however, negative aspects of microdermabrasion. Although the treatment is safe and relatively hassle-free, it can only really improve the appearance of skin which has only minor issues. For instance, if acne scarring was anything more than slightly minor, microdermabrasion could only go so far. Likewise with wrinkles; microdermabrasion could help to reduce light wrinkling, but deeper wrinkles could not be treated more than superficially. Whilst the customer might be satisfied by this when using the cheaper end of the home based treatments (which can get very expensive when sold by recognised brands) this might not be the case when only relatively minor results are seen after spending potentially hundreds at a clinic or salon.

Is There Another Option?

There is another option, which matches the affordability and convenience of small home microdermabrasion kits with an ability to take on more serious skin complaints, and produce dramatic results. The Scientia Derma Roller is a revolutionary device which, rather than refreshing the skin by taking off the upper layers, induces the skin to improve itself from within. By using the Scientia Derma Roller, you use a tried-and-tested technique called Micro needling. The barrel of the Derma Roller contains tiny microneedles on its surface. These needles are too small to cause damage, or bleeding (if used correctly), but stimulate the skin enough to trigger its natural healing process. This causes the skin to produce collagen and elastin, which reduces scars and wrinkles.

An Alternative to Microdermabrasion?

Collagen and elastin are required to keep the skin looking youthful and healthy. As skin begins to get older, or as it is scarred by injury, acne, stretch marks or other causes, there is often not enough collagen to maintain its youthful appearance. However, by using the Derma Roller, the skin is made to produce an excess of collagen and elastin. Essentially, by using the Derma Roller, you are tricking the skin into rejuvenating itself much more than it normally would – in effect, turning back time.

The best thing about the Derma Roller is that it can be done at home, on a regular basis. The system is also cost effective, and can equate to being as cheap as a few pennies per day. If you like, you can click HERE for photographs of users before and after their treatment, click HERE for videos instructing how to use the Derma Roller, and a HERE for our secure online shopping cart. You can purchase safe in the knowledge that the device comes with a full results-based money back guarantee. You’ll wonder how you ever managed without one!

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Jun 20

Surgery can often be a very worrying prospect. The three main concerns of surgery are bleeding, pain and infection; these are mostly under surgeons’ control, and have been for some decades. However, other matters can worry patients awaiting surgery, although to a lesser degree. These concerns are mostly cosmetic.

Surgery Scars – What Can Be Done?

Surgery can be life-saving, and absolutely necessary for some patients. However, the scars left from surgery can be unsightly and detrimental to a patient’s confidence, especially when located on a visible part of the body such as the face or hands. Fortunately, there are solutions. There are many ways to lessen the appearance of scars, all of which are separated into two categories; professional and home-based treatments.

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What Anti-Scar Treatments Are Available?

There are a few options available if you want to have your scars treated professionally. The first and most obvious is surgery, in which a surgeon will excise the scar tissue and close the wound as carefully as possible. This is unlikely to remove a scar totally, as the skin’s healing process will always leave a mark; however, it can certainly improve a scar’s appearance, if done by a skilled surgeon.

Another option for those who choose professional scar treatment is dermabrasion. Dermabrasion is a technique which uses a small powered device similar to an orbital sander to remove the upper layers of the skin. This process is expensive and painful, however, and is currently being replaced with other, less abrasive therapies.

What About Home-Based Scar Treatments?

Far more popular are home-based scar treatments. Of these, the most obvious choice are creams or lotions. There are many options, and a great selection is available from most high street chemists and online shops. These products range in both price and effectiveness, and it’s not always the case that the most expensive is the best.  However, the fundamental drawback to topical products is that they cannot penetrate the skin effectively.  This can be overcome with a Derma Roller, which opens the pores of the skin for up to an hour while your favorate skin cream is absorbed.  A Vitamin rich treatment cream is most effective if it contains vitamin c, vitamin e, aloe vera and other collagen promoting ingredients.   You can order such creams on our order page.

Another home-based treatment option is the use of silicone gel sheets. These have been released relatively recently, and work in a similar way to sticking plasters. A section is cut from a larger sheet, the backing is removed, and the sheet is placed over the scar. These can stay on for days before needing to be changed. The science behind the gel sheets isn’t clear, however, and many suppliers provide no details about how the product works.

How to get rid of surgery scars?  – Our Top Pick – Microneedling

There is another more effective option. By a process known as microneedling, scar tissue can be significantly reduced, and in the case of smaller scars and lighter stretch marks, be made unnoticeable. Microneedling uses the Scientia Derma Roller, a small roller device which has tiny microneedles on its surface. These tiny needles trigger the skin’s healing process, although they are too small by far to cause damage, bleeding or visible trauma. The healing process triggers collagen production. Collagen is used by the skin to repair itself, and maintain a youthful, healthy look. An increased supply of collagen means that your skin is able to look increasingly radiant.

Because the Scientia Derma Roller can be used regularly, it is cost effective and means that results can be steady and reliable, and can last longer. If you’d like to read more about the Scientia Derma Roller, click HERE. To watch instructional videos, click HERE. For photos of people before and after using the Scientia Derma Roller, click HERE. If you’d like to buy, you can do so on our secure online shopping cart by clicking HERE.

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Feb 26

Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller FAQ’s

A Skin Rejuvenation Revolution: Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller

The Scientia Derma Roller (Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller) is a fantastic device which has the amazing ability to naturally bring about elastin and collagen production in the skin without causing any damage. A Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller may be used by men or women and has multiple beneficial effects:

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

ANSWER: Insufficient collagen! If your body would manufacture more collagen then you wouldn’t get them. Using a Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller gives mothernature a helping hand by triggering the production of collagen in your skin, which can help reverse or prevent their formation.

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Even the famous faces of Hollywood are using cosmetic microneedling to give their skin a smooth and youthful glow. Perhaps the most famous showbiz personalities reported to have Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller therapy are Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

 

What is the Scientia Derma Roller / Dermaroller?

The Scientia Derma Roller (or Dermaroller) has the features of a precision engineered medical instrument, but with the ease of use necessary to use in the privacy of your own home. the Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller is based on a simple hand held roller which has 192 surgical steel microneedles that are able to part the pores of the surface layer of your skin without damaging it. The skin pores return to normal around an hour later, but during that time window, your skin is significantly better able to absorb and benefit from skin care creams and lotions.

The diagram shown below shows a close-up image of the roller. The needles are just 1 millimetre long so all you feel is a tickling sensation when the Scientia Derma Roller is used.

Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller Approximate Size

 

Microneedling of the skin is becoming an increasingly popular cosmetic process, but the Scientia Derma Roller is an FDA approved device which is user-friendly enough that you can carry it out at home. Despite this, it has equivalent results to Chemical Peels, Laser Treatment, and Dermabrasion, but it is significantly less invasive and is just a small part of the cost.

 

Exactly how does the Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller Work?

As you roll the Dermaroller across your skin, it makes pin point punctures into the dermis – most of which are simply temporarily opening your pores. Your body perceives this as damage, which triggers the release of growth factors that, in turn, stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. The human body is designed to react to any injury by initiating the healing process, but usually it will just mend as far as it has to to keep you in good health – which is very different to healing to a cosmetic level. By persistently triggering this healing process, you encourage your body to keep repairing until the job is done.

Your body generally assumes that stretchmarks, scars and wrinkles are acceptable, but with a gentle weekly reminder caused by the Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller your body is tricked into continuing the repair process until your body has also healed itself on a cosmetic level. This process of skin remodelling can go on for many weeks after each Skin Roller session, but detectable changes may be seen within a week! Your skin naturally renews itself every forty days, so with a little stimulation, changes can be fast and dramatic.

Skin micro needling with a Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller may be conducted safely on all colours of skin and all types of skin. Other treatments typically need to avoid sensitive areas – such as the backs of the hands, around the eyes and the neck, but with a lower needle size a Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller can be used on each of these areas. The epidermis and melanocytes in the basal area are not damaged, so there’s no possibility of post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.

 

 

How do you use a Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller?

The Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller process is simple and can be comfortably done at home. Check out our Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller Instructions page for additional details.

 

 

So how soon does the Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller achieve results?

As you would imagine, the speed you will achieve noticeable results depends on what you are trying to treat and how far your body needs to remodel the affected area. This cycle of skin remodelling can continue for months after each Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller session, but noticeable changes may be seen within 7 to 10 days! Your skin naturally renews itself every forty days, so with a bit of effort changes can be dramatic and fast.

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So does the skin rolling process hurt? or can it make you bleed?

There are two methods of Derma Rolling. One version involves the application of numbing cream to numb the area, which allows more forceful use of the Scientia Derma Roller may be accomplished with frequent treatments with a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller. Cellulite treatment may be carried out up to five times a week with the Scientia Derma Roller on the hips, thighs, legs, buttocks (bottom), arms and stomach (belly).

 

How will the Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller fix hair loss / alopecia?

Reducing hair loss and alopecia is an area which a lot people enquire about. The Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller is a hair loss product that gets remarkable results. In recent trials, over a 3 month period, men treated with a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller benefited by an increase in hair growth alog with an average 80 percent reduction in hair loss. The hair restoration and hair regrowth process has been demonstrated to aid alopecia, balding, bald spots, thinning hair, receding hairlines and more.

Take a look at the Dermarollers Before and After Pictures page for some extraordinary evidence of how well a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller can get you the results you are looking for!

So can a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller treat acne scars / surgery scars?

Acne scarring removal and acne scarring therapy are a common use for a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller, along with reducing surgery scars, pitting of the skin, enlarged skin pores, scars from chicken pox,burn scars and many more conditions. View the Dermaroller Before and After Photographs page to see some incredible evidence of how well a range of varying needle sizes, so you should opt for the needle size that is the best choice for the particular condition or part of the body you are trying to treat.

Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller Needle sizes for at-home use include 0.5mm, 1mm (1.0mm), 1.5mm and for use by professionals, we have 2mm (2.0mm) and 2.5mm rollers. We also have 3 line rollers (made narrower to reach harder to treat areas such as around your nose) in 1.0mm and 1.5mm sizes.

Check out the needle lengths page for additional detailed information on how to choose the best 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 approval that the Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller does. Other budget skin rollers are often disposable and are not made from the same grade of surgical steel (as a result, they could blunt or break), and most concerning is whether or not they have been gamma sterilized. The Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller is constructed 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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So how much is a Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller?

The Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller starts at £55 RRP £79.99 including all taxes and shipping and is available to order online for delivery worldwide. If you aren’t sure how much that costs in your own currency, use the currency converter at www.xe.com (launches in a new window).

 

How do I buy a Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller?

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

So is my Scientia Atrophic Scarring Treatment Roller Guaranteed to Work?

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

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Skin needling or micro-needling is safe, effective and can easily be done in the home.

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