I love this product and how it makes my skin feel. Its great when used with Retinol or Hyaluronic acid serum.
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This microneedling tool is designed to rejuvenate your skin, tackling scarring, stretch marks and cellulite. The OLIVIEREWILSON 0.75mm Microneedling Body Tool has 1200 ultra fine titanium microneedles that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, helping to repair skin tissue and even out your skin tone.
You can use the device on most areas of your body, including the stomach, thighs, bum, hip area and arms. Use twice a week for best results.
What is Microneedling?
Ultra fine microneedles are rolled over the skin to create ‘micro injuries’ on the skin, this encourages the skin to create new cells to repair the broken tissue. In doing so, collagen and elastin production are accelerated and new cells regenerated, which all help to reveal a more even skin tone and supple skin.
By creating micro channels with the ultrafine needles, skincare can also be absorbed into deeper layers of the skin.
How to use
Step 1: Cleanse
Cleanse your body with your favourite cleanser, then pat your skin dry
Step 2: Roll
Gently roll the device several times back and forth over the chosen treatment areas. You can treat the arms, stomach, thighs, bum and hip area. Do not apply too much pressure on the skin.
Step 3: Hydrate
Cover your entire body in Hyaluronic Acid body serum, or even your favourite body cream, to boost the rejuvenation process. The ingredients will be absorbed into the skin through the micro channels you have made.
You may feel a tingling sensation when applying skincare products after treatment, this is completely normal. Be sure to clean the microneedling roller after each use with sanitising spray.
For external use only. Store in the protective case provided. Do not use on open wounds, irritated skin or if the needles appear damaged. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.