As being a lengthy weekend, I simply performed the popular “deep” dermaroller treatment.
The deep treatment uses 1.5mm needles, and also the face is first numbed with emla. That being stated I wasn’t searching toward the therapy, and nearly didn’t get it done. Also, I’d never done someone to myself, and wasn’t even confident that I could. But…it really wasn’t horrible whatsoever.
To begin with, the emla REALLY numbs. This can be a lidocaine solution, and literally upon removing it’ couldn’t feel my face Whatsoever. I still can’t and that i finished 30 minutes ago.
After I began moving I did not feel a thing…but inevitably there comes a time the therapy begins to be felt. It’s a little annoying, when you are accustomed to doing the “light” treatment without emla I did not think it is everything uncomfortable really.
My face is red. Although not badly when i expected! Also, I’d a couple of “blood points”, meaning small little tiny droplets of bloodstream within the face…but nothing too nasty, especially when compared with past laser light treatments.
Now we wait and find out for that results…but I’m able to say with certainty you will see greater number of these later on, about 4 to 6 days apart. Brilliant treatment.
2 days later:
My face is not very red…but it feels very dry. This, I believe, happens because the skin was surely broken within the moving. This belongs to the objective of the therapy, because it incites activity within the skin to exchange these broken cells on the top of skin. I intend to just let it rest for an additional couple of days, after which perform a nice strong peel to obvious everything away.
1 week later:
All continues to be resolved, face is normal again, searching improved! Will repeat inside a couple of several weeks time.