Dermaroller for hair loss in Delhi at Pulastya Cadle

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Choosing to receive a Derma Roller treatment from Pulastya Cadle has many benefits, mainly in that experienced professionals can help you make the most of the treatment. While the Derma Roller can be very effective when used at home, it can take a while to get used to, and you won’t have the benefit of many treatments under your belt to inform you on how the therapy is going and what can be adjusted to make the most of the Derma Roller. For these reasons looking for a clinic that does Derma Roller is a great way to make sure that you are getting the full benefit of the Derma Roller.

  • How can Derma Roller help treat hair loss?
    Derma Roller’s unique mechanism of action has an amazing effect on your skin, and although it may come as a surprise to you, it also has the remarkable effect of encouraging your hair to grow back if you are suffering from hair thinning or hair loss. Derma Roller relies on getting your skin to repair itself, and part of that effect involves getting follicles, the part of your skin from which hair grows, to restore themselves and work as normal. Derma Roller achieves these ends through its remarkable micro-needling effects. Fitted with 192 specially constructed micro-needles, the roller causes microscopic indentations in a deeper layer of skin called the dermis. Your skin then reacts to heal these small perforations, and in doing so begins to produce healthy amounts of a substance essential to maintaining healthy and youthful skin: collagen. Collagen treatments have been used in different shapes and sizes for many years, but only Derma Roller can stimulate Collagen production in a manner so simple that you can use it yourself at home. The overall effect of Derma Roller on your skin works to promote healthy follicles, and so reverse the effects of hair thinning and hair loss.
  • How it works?
    Derma rollers are used for a treatment process called micro-needling or skin needling. It is a form of collagen induction therapy. The actual derma roller is made up of a small, solid wheel attached to a little stick that propels it backward and forwards across your face in small sections. The roller is covered with hundreds of minuscule ‘micro-medical’ needles that penetrate the skin, creating lots of tiny micro injuries. Your skin responds by producing extra collagen to ‘heal’ the punctures, and that’s what plumps up the skin again and enhances the natural blood supply – so you get a natural ‘glow’. Depressed acne scars, wrinkles, skin texture and tightness are all improved as a result.

Derma Roller treats:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Anti – ageing/skin tightening
  • Acne scars/pitted scars
  • Open pores/skin texture improvement
  • Stretch marks
  • Hair Loss