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The Microneedle Therapy System Has Been Hot

2012-10-30 07:01:39

The Microneedle Therapy System has been hailed by many in the beauty industry as a short cut to younger-looking skin - so it is little surprise that it has taken image-conscious Hong Kong by storm.

Celebrity fans: Actress Angelina Jolie is believed to be a fan of Microneedle roller treatments,Publicity and community relations officer Philip Leung Kwong-hon told the South China Morning Post: 'It is unwise to risk your life for a prettier appearance.'
But beauty salons offering the treatment say that the warning is unlikely to affect demand, which continues to be strong.
Samantha Ku Ka-yin, of Hong Kong's Miss Beauty spa, told the city's The Standard newspaper: 'If people want to improve the appearance of their skin they will not care about [the warning].'
She added that at her spa, a new roller was used for every client.
The Microneedle Therapy System, which is sometimes known as a Dermaroller, soared in popularity after it featured on the Rachel Ray show earlier this year.
Its makers claim that the tiny wounds created by the roller stimulate collagen production and enhance the natural blood supply, leaving the face with a healthy glow and more youthful complexion.Celebrity fans are believed to include Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

I use this device for acne scaring and have had moderate improvements. But it MUST be thoroughly sterilised after each use to prevent infection. The main issue here are unscrupulous doctors using single rollers on multiple patients which is totally prohibited. They must dispose of each roller after use. If you have a roller for home use it must be kept sterile. As for the treatment itself, it actually has a lot of science to back up it's effectiveness so please do your research before dismissing it as 'snake oil'. It is on par with procedures such as chemical peels and lasers and works by stimulating collagen deep within the dermal skin layers through micro punctures from the tiny needles. A moderate amount of pressure is required to fully penetrate the dermis and sometimes you may get blood spots. It is not a treatment for the faint hearted, so I usually take a valium beforehand to steady my nerves and reduce the pain factor!
- kate , uk, 17/8/2011 23:05

brought one and used it on my face for 3 months and the change was incredible.
- Daniel Ryan, Leigh-on-Sea, 17/8/2011