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    I have been looking into derma rolling for anti aging purposes. Although I think it would lead to a brighter complexion, from what I have read, it will never stimulate collagen because it does not get deep enough into the skin. Either way, I am intrigued. Anyone use one with positive results?

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    I bought a dermapen off Groupon it’s close if not exactly what they use at the med spa. It’s just as good as laser they say on real self.

    The best thing is Sculptra. I’m getting bellafill next-I’m scared but I need something long term. Fillers actually trigger your skin to produce its own collagen.

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    Is this like micro needling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatglitters View Post
    Is this like micro needling?
    it’s the same thIng I think? Needles going into your face to stimulate collagen - It’s a medical device. I think at the doctors office they can go deeper, but it’s essentially the same thing.

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    Yes, it's the same thing...

    Eh, IDK. I know they have the personal one's, but I just feel leery of them.

    I use a metal roller, w/tourmaline stones embedded in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by whirlerz View Post
    Yes, it's the same thing...

    Eh, IDK. I know they have the personal one's, but I just feel leery of them.

    I use a metal roller, w/tourmaline stones embedded in it
    What are your results with the metal roller? Can you post a link to a similar one?

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    http://nursejamie.com/instant-uplift...ng-beauty-tool

    Also on Sephora^.

    Also, this: http://www.sarahchapman.net/the-facialift/

    It's sold on other sites too, that one's based in UK.^ I bought it on net-a-porter.com, but returned it, I want to get the one for the body tho.


    It's for firming..I use a ton of products also. Honestly, I'm not super consistent w/it, it feels great tho. You can use it around your eyes, on the body too. (The Nurse Jamie one.)

    I think, when you start getting serious about this type of stuff, a good Dr is the way to go.
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    Well, I had a thread, but adding to this..

    Just bought this (tb delivered)
    https://www.refausa.com/shop/refa-s-carat.html

    Edit: it was crap^, not even metal, just plastic. Luckily, I was able to return it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whirlerz View Post
    Well, I had a thread, but adding to this..

    Just bought this (tb delivered)
    https://www.refausa.com/shop/refa-s-carat.html
    I don’t think derma rolling or even Microneedling does much if anything. The nurse that does my lasers said the ones hat can be bought over the counter so nothing but potentially cause scarring, infections and spread germs.
    I had the professional microneedling done once and saw no difference. Maybe you have to go several times but i don’t have the patience or money. Lasers are where it’s at. Cheaper and you see results right away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danni View Post
    I don’t think derma rolling or even Microneedling does much if anything. The nurse that does my lasers said the ones hat can be bought over the counter so nothing but potentially cause scarring, infections and spread germs.
    I had the professional microneedling done once and saw no difference. Maybe you have to go several times but i don’t have the patience or money. Lasers are where it’s at. Cheaper and you see results right away!
    Ok, thanks so much for your input, I actually heard this too about the microneedling.

    I just got the MDNA (Madonna) roller, it uses a microcurrent. I haven't tried it yet, but
    It has a lot of great reviews.
    That Ren fa one is garbage

    I'd love to get laser work done, but the cost's prohibitive rn.
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