For some of you, the heading is enough to make you go huh? For others, you should have a roller and be doing it as a part of your skincare routine at home. ESPECIALLY if you’re on a series of treatments and change is the aim of the game for you.
Home Rolling is the use of a handheld device that has 0.25 ml needles, those tiny needles create channels within the skin so your products have better absorption abilities. It has been proven that with the use of Home Roller product absorption increase by 400%!
So why do you need to Home Roller?
Well if you are in any sort of treatment program with us that involves any type of skin changes – acne, pigmentation, anti-aging. We want to be able to get ingredients to go deep into the skin layers, it has the ability to treat skin concerns like pigmentation at the level that pigment starts.
How to Roller?
The best part about home rolling is it’s not painful and it’s super QUICK and easy. You literally roller over your whole face in the quick back an forth motions.
After your shower and you have cleansed the skin thoroughly at NIGHT – BEFORE any product application roll over your whole face and then apply your night serums and moisturizers. Expect some tingly and maybe a little flushing – that’s perfectly normal as its allowing ingredients to go further down so your skin can become a little excited at all the new vitamins and minerals it is being fed.
When you’re finished under a really hot tap give the home roller a quick rinse shake dry and then replace the cap back on.
Well, that really depends on what your therapist guides you as everyone is different and every skin journey is different, but I roll at least 3 times per week. My favorite time to roll is when I can feel a break out coming on and I roll apply Vitamin A and wake up the next morning healed with dewy glowing skin. It’s like a little handheld miracle wand.
This is such an underrated part of your home routine!
Are you already using the home roller at home? How much do you love it? Or if you have not had it before and think this needs to be in your bathroom and it really should! Have a talk to your therapist next time your in and see if its right for you.