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Dermaroll - not a treatment for the faint-hearted
The at-home users are not entirely masochistic; the domestic versions are reasonably gentle and will cause redness and swelling at most. The experimental at-homers add collagen creams or other topicals which, as a result of all the needle holes, will be absorbed more readily. People report good results with lip lines. Acne scar treatments seem to have more mixed results.
People who undergo the professional version in a salon may indeed be masochists. Or deeply troubled. I found a most distressing (too horrible to inflict on you all) picture of someone having a demaroll treatment. It was not posted online by someone trying to dissuade the public from going anywhere near a dermaroll, but by a dermatologist who performs dermaroll with the Environ Medical Roll-CIT and has a financial interest in the company. It is hard to believe that a picture of a pulpy, bloody face is seen as marketing. This is clearly not a treatment for the squeamish.