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Lasers (via low-level laser therapy) have some areas of treatment that overlap with dermal pens for the treatment and alleviating of certain skin conditions such as acne and keloid removal. Dermal pens, however, are the better option in these treatment cases. Why? It's because, unlike laser treatment, dermal pens like this particular micro-needling pen are relatively painless and do not cause thermal damage. This makes them safer and more tolerable than lasers. Also, rather than causing skin damage, they may instead enhance skin repair!
You may be thinking, “I have dry skin, or oily skin, so will this device be suitable for me?” Your concern is valid since one common problem with skincare products and devices is that their use and effectiveness are usually dependent on several factors, especially on skin type. For example, some skincare products and machines do not function well when exposed to dry skin. At the same time, others aren't as effective when used on oily skin. This product, however, stands out. This is because its effectiveness isn’t affected by skin type. So to answer your question, yes, it will be suitable for you since it can be used on any skin type.
You would think a treatment option that offers all these advantages would be pretty expensive. Well, that’s not true here because treatment using a dermal pen is relatively cheaper compared to other alternative treatment options.
The next question you might have is, “Many spas offer micro-needling facials, so is it essential for me to have my own device?” The answer to this question is a firm yes! This is because, at a spa, micro-needling therapy can cost as much as $500. However, if you were to get your own micro-needling pen, you certainly wouldn’t spend as much as that. Cost-effective, right?
For those who might be a little confused about how to use this dermal pen and those who haven’t used a dermal pen before, this micro-needling pen is actually very easy to use. All you have to do is:
Clean the location you want to use it on (usually the face),
Apply any cream or skincare product you want to use,
Switch on the micro-needling pen and place it on the spot, and it begins to work!
Suppose the site of the application is your face. In that case, you can then apply your mask to retain the effects potentiated by the dermal pen.
When it comes to taking care of skin irritations and allergic breakouts, there are several treatment options people usually make use of. These treatment options range from topical creams to the use of lasers and dermal pens. There is, however, an added advantage to using dermal pens. This advantage is that although they can be used to treat and alleviate various skin irritations and allergic breakouts, they may also be used to reduce inflammation, treat stretch marks, take care of scars and keloids and even enhance collagen production in the skin.
So why should you settle for a limited treatment option when there’s a better tool available?