whitelotusantiaging: @jazjon I can't advise on what other sites are recommending as I don't know
which products or techniques they are using, but it sounds like they are
talking about appointments for people going to a clinic to have this done
which can actually be quite invasive on the skin, so the skin needs lots of
recovery time, therefore they recommend a five week gap. The products and
techniques we sell are suitable for home use and there is limited recovery
time for the skin so can be used 2-3 times a week.
whitelotusantiaging: You are welcome. You can use the derma roller alone or use a safe serum
that will aid the recovery for more information regarding stretchmarks look
If you use boiling water you will melt the roller! Use a Derma Roller
Cleaner! View our blog about cleaning.
whitelotusantiaging: Hi we recommend using the scar serum here
whitelotusantiaging.co.uk/Scar_Serum_p/pr27.htm please see our dangers of
derma roller creams and serums most products are not safe to use after the
roller. Also it is not necessary to use a collagen product when the derma
roller is far more effective at creating collagen than any cream you can
whitelotusantiaging: On our websites.
sebnem demir: hi, ı have strech marks almost 15 years(on mey belly,basen, under arms and
legs). they are white and some of them are deep, especially on my belly. ı
want to use derma roller but ı am not sure which size is suitable for me.
how many times should ı use per week? and after using derma roller can ı
use lotions for strech marks or any other body lotion.
MsJohnnycashkid: what products should I use after rolling? would shea or cocoa butter be
safe? and should I only use at night after washing my face? one more
question what size roller would would you recommend to use on hips, and
legs for stretch marked areas? thank you
whitelotusantiaging: skin needling causes photo sensitivity so you need to just avoid the sun
after skin needling.
pasamar23: @whitelotusantiaging Hi Again, I have stretch marks on my inner arms from
the part close to the shoulders until the middle of the arm maybe alittle
more. Should I still buy the 1.5 and how many times I should roll a week? I
can resist a lot of pain so I just want to know what its recommended?
whitelotusantiaging: Hi Please see our video what derma roller size is best. I would recommend
the 1mm stamp not the roller. We don't recommend using 1.5mm rollers on t
he face at all. Please see our website for detailed information
whitelotusantiaging co uk. We also have a book called holistic
microneedling that goes into great detail about how to best perform
treatments and the research. It is not at all necessary to use a 1.5mm
whitelotusantiaging: Definitely not, you will get a bad reaction!We do not recommend chemical
veetran322: I have ice pick scars on my cheeks would this be ideal? would i buy a .5mm?
whitelotusantiaging: Hi it is not necessary at all to make the skin bleed, please see our clip
bleeding is bad skin needling.
phoenixGaRa: Hi, i am using the 0.5mm roller and i am treating acne scars which is not
really severe. Is 0.5mm effective enough??
Aprilyn Torres: hello, i have acne scars and keloids in my face, can it be treated using
this roller? would a 1mm or 1.5 mm be better to use?
MsBuggywuggy: Hi, thanks for busting these myths. Can I use the roller if I have some
light active acne?
whitelotusantiaging: Hi, we recommend the 0.5mm for the face unless you are treating scarring.
We recommend using it every day for 3 months. Yes it does help with the
jawline- if there is lots of sagging use a jade roller or neckline slimmer
also. For hair growth we recommend using a 1.5mm roller
victoria5900: can i use it for striae distensae?
LivDelicious: Thank you! I appreciate your willingness to connect with us by responding.
whitelotusantiaging: @wingsonmyback1 Hi Karen, I am very glad we could help!
mariaperiwinkle: Thank you for this informative video. I have a question, if you don't mind.
Would you consider the 1 mm painful without numbing cream?
Charles Coleman: where can I buy a derma roller?
yoohoyehey: to treat scars at home, what is the recommended needle length and how often
should it be used?
whitelotusantiaging: @KatonaBoat For stretch marks we usually recommend a 1.5mm roller, for the
chest a 1.0mm would be fine. Coconut oil would be fine if it is completely
natural, please see our video on the dangers of derma roller serums and
creams. Even natural products have dangerous additives.
nyc15mdel: @whitelotusantiaging Thank you for replying, when I use this product on my
skin will get make it go away? (the graft skin)
fnt73g: Hi I used dermarollar on my cheeks and my skin color is now much more
darker over there. Sud I use oil before using it ? Can you suggest
something so that I can avoid discoloration. Thanks
whitelotusantiaging: I would recommend using a 1mm derma stamp once a fortnight. Have a look at
our scar facts on the website and scar packs.
Sonia Soma: How often can I use a 1.5 mm dermaroller for stretchmarks and loose skin?
counterclockRICE: Hi I am currently on a benzoyl peroxide treatment for cystic acne. When is
the best time to purchase the derma roller for post inflammatory hyper
pigmentation and minor sunspots?
whitelotusantiaging: Hi a 1.5mm Lotus Roller and the organic stretch mark serum. Use the roller
fortnightly and the serum daily in between treatments.
whitelotusantiaging: wait for at least 6- 8 weeks once you have stopped treatment
whitelotusantiaging: This is an absolute scientific fact. You an see our video dermaroller
truths and our research page on the website which lists all the scientific
trials proving this to be so.
deejas1000: Hello! I am currently having my dermaroller treatment with a skin
specialist. On my second session, I had noticed that my deep scars begins
to look shallow but the marks within the affected sites especially the old
pigmentation on both upper cheeks became noticeably darkened compared as
before. Even the same thing on my third session. Could this darkened area
be gone for sometime? Is it normally happening to other patients? What best
thing to do for this case?
AZSinbad: I have had 2 professional roller treatments plus using a .5 roller 4-6
times a week but have not seen any results. I am also using retin a .1%
cream which was recommended to me by a relative who does similar treatments
to people called needling. She says she has noticed an improvement to her
skin. But does not work for me. Maybe some people it just doesn't work on.
I think mine looked better before as now all it does is peel and look
terrible. Still have the lines and wrinkles.
whitelotusantiaging: @Deafbc Hi, We recommend you do not use the derma roller during pregnancy
or breastfeeding as there is currently not enough information to prove that
it is safe.
whitelotusantiaging: Hi it will work if it is not a keloid scar. Collagenase breaks down the old
scar tissue and collagen bundles, whilst also the needling creates new
collagen induction under the scar. Please see our website for further
information on scars, uyou can slo see our book , holistic microneedling
which details how best to perform treatments, the research and techniques.
James McHugh: i have light stretch marks on both of my arm pit areas and they are
starting to go down to my biceps. would you recommend a 1.5mm or a 1mm as
the skin on my bicep is pretty thin. the marks are small but there is a
couple of them, they are purple and i guess it would be better to treat
them now. any response is appreciated.
whitelotusantiaging: \hi yes they reduce scars by 70% depending on the scar you may be best
using a derma stamp see our facts page on the website about tretaing scars
kTrikx: do i clean the area before and after?
whitelotusantiaging: @pasamar23 Hi you would generally need to use a 1.5mm roller to treat
stretch marks as a 1mm would be too small. For further information about
treating stretch marks view the information page here
whitelotusantiaging: No you cant as it will spread bacteria, you can roll around areas but never
over active areas.
Gail No: Where can I e-mail you?
whitelotusantiaging: No more than once a fortnight
LivDelicious: Would you recommend 1.5 for face?
whitelotusantiaging: @kTrikx Cocoa butter would be fine if it is completely natural, please see
our video on the dangers of derma roller serums and creams. Even natural
products have dangerous additives.
Fightismylife: I have a lot holes in my face from acne scars what do you recommend
dermaroller or dermastamp? My scars cover both of cheeks and jaw pretty
much. Also, what size do you recommend? I've heard you need to use 1.5 for
the dermaroller to see any good results. Please a respond would be so
helpful and appreciated I'm really desperate.
mtja KL: thanks for the info, would be glad to know your qualification to advise on
raysofgreys: Thank you! :) Organic green tea oil? Is it the same as organic tea tree
oil? I assume not, lol. I was just wondering how you moisturize, I would
imagine the skin becomes dry... I will watch your video, thank you!
nour5007: Hi, my goal with derma roller is because of acne scares, should I use 0.5mm
or 0.75 and how often?
whitelotusantiaging: Hi it really depends on how bad the scar tissue is after it heals the
dermaroller reduces visble sacrring by up to 70% so it really is the best
option around- for more information about scars look at our scar facts
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