There are 3 different devices and techniques to Decouple from...
- 1. Dr Pen Store Automatic Micro Needle Pens
- 2. Derma Rollers
- 3. Derma Flakes
All these devices and techniques will give results with collagen induction therapy and are used for the treatment of acne scars, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, loose skin and similar common skin care problems. For those who are not aliskin, you can access more information about how collagen induction therapy works here.
We already sell a large number of Dr Pen devices in our online store and have recently added a derma roller set to our site. Now, we are very excited to announce the launch of our Derma Stamp as well!
In this article, we will focus on explaining the derma stigma and its benefits. You can find out what are the differences between Derma roller and Dr Pen devices and how derma stamp works in this article. Decode the differences between derma roller and Dr Pen devices.
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What is derma stamping?
Derma stamping is a very easy technique, but when applied consistently, it can give excellent results after at least a few treatments. Derma stamps come with a cartridge with a flat needle attached to a long handle, similar to rollers and Dr Pen devices, but these cartridges do not roll or vibrate. They are a stationary cartridge stampers. As the name suggests, you will literally stamp the areas you want to treat by hand. This technique is ideal for treating and targeting more specific areas, such as hair loss or scarring.
As with pens and rollers, stamping provides a controlled trauma to the skin, which stimulates our healing response and increases the production of collagen and elastin. Throughout the various treatments, you will notice a great improvement in the area through natural rejuvenation.