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Derma Rollers &
Hair Growth

Derma Rollers & Hair Regrowth Serums

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Here is what you need to know about Derma Rollers for Hair Loss in Alabama.

Here at Hair by Kim Laslo, we have studied all your options to help you with your hair loss. We would like to tell you more about what we have learned about Derma Rollers for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth Serums.

Ok, so what exactly is a derma roller and what does it do for my hair?

A derma roller is a small handheld device you can use on your scalp. It has a smooth handle and roller covered in tiny needles that usually vary in size and length from 0.2 mm to 1.5 mm.

Sound intimidating?  No it’s not, it can actually be quite helpful when used correctly under our supervision. Derma rolling should not be painful. You might experience a little discomfort, but it should be quite tolerable.

Derma rollers can be used on your scalp, beard, and skin. The idea with a derma roller is to stimulate collagen, circulation, and cellular turnover for skin and hair growth benefits.

Both men and women experiencing hair loss turn to derma rolling as a hair growth solution.

Similar to Microneedling in Birmingham, Alabama performed in a dermatologist’s office, in salon or at-home derma rolling creates small tears in the skin or scalp, which will stimulate and signal the brain to begin the healing process. This sends blood flow and collagen to the area.

According to the FDA Trusted Source, derma rollers are medical devices that need to be registered with the FDA. Although some are now available to buy and use at home, derma rolling is most safely carried out in our Hair Loss Salon in Alabama.

Who is a Derma Roller for?

A derma roller is for anyone looking for a hair loss solution. It can be used as a starting point for hair regrowth or in conjunction with other topical products, such as Hair Loss Serums.

We are happy with a product called Thappink 5% Minoxidil Biotin Hair Growth Serum.

It’s quite simple and anyone can use a derma roller, but not everyone should.

People with skin conditions, like psoriasis and eczema, or a history of blood clots should check with a doctor or dermatologist before using a derma roller.

Ok, so how do I use derma rollers for hair regrowth?

Using a derma roller seems simple, but the device has tons of tiny needles, so it should always be

handled with care.

When using a derma roller for hair regrowth, focus on the scalp. Gently push the derma roller across the scalp in multiple directions: horizontally, vertically, and diagonally — in this particular order.

Gently press down firmly enough so you feel some pressure, but not hard enough to where you feel pain. Do not roll over the same area too many times. This can cause injury or even an infection if you break the skin.

For optimum results, we’d say use a derma roller once or twice per week only. Derma rolling more than twice per week can do more harm than good. Please contact us for a consultation before using a derma roller.

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