Skin Cures - For Skin Pigmentation

Dr. Roller for Skin Pigmentation

Melanin is the natural component responsible for the color of our eyes, hair and skin. However, imbalance of this pigment in the body can cause skin conditions that ruin the texture of your skin. Excessive production of melanin causes hyper-pigmentation, whereas too little concentration of it results in hypopigmentation.

In case of hyper-pigmentation, the skin turns darker than normal and hypopigmentary conditions like albinism make the skin lighter than usual. Earlier, most people facing problems related to skin pigmentation were advised to go for laser surgery, always a huge investment. But thankfully, now there are cheaper and more effective skin treatments out of which dermarolling tops the list!

Treating Skin Pigmentation with Dr Roller

Dr Roller has proved to be highly helpful for inhibiting hyper-pigmentation. This is mainly because of the needling procedure that brings about collagen induction to aid the skin without scraping the epidermis. The patient needs to have regular dermarolling sessions with a dermatologist for a thorough treatment and permanent results. The roller evens out the skin tone and helps you get rid of skin pigmentation problems.

Unlike laser and IPL, Dr Roller doesn’t use any thermal heat and this is why it is a safer way to treat pigmentation. Also, it suits all skin types without any risk of post-inflammatory pigmentation.

Dr Roller for Hypopigmentation

Dr Roller begins to cure skin pigmentation with just 3 or 4 treatments in the beginning. The needling procedure accelerates the process of Melanocyte Restoration in the skin. This regenerates the production of melanin in the hypopigmentation-affected areas by stimulating Melanocyte cells.

During the procedure, the gamma-sterilized needles of Dr Roller are gently inserted deep into the outer and inner layers of the skin. This signals the brain to supply more quantity of melanin to the treated area that lacks color, so it can be re-pigmented. The patient needs to expose the treated area to sunlight for at least half an hour after the needling procedure. The results show up in the form of a variety of melanin pigmentations ranging from pink to brown, and one can obtain better and permanent results through regular treatment.