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Can You Recommend The Right Sizes To Order?
« on: June 04, 2012, 04:32:55 PM »
I would like to order a couple of different sizes for different parts of my body but I'm not sure which sizes are best for my needs.

I am 44 years old, very fair and freckled.  I would like to use the dermarolling on the following body parts:

FACE:  Around eyes (crows feet and below eyes), lips (I quit smoking 3+ years ago but have horrible smoker lines), in between eyes, and forehead.  

CHEST:  I am starting to develop wrinkles between my breast area.

HANDS:  The outer parts of my hands are getting really wrinkled and have loose skin.

ARMS:  I have lost a lot of weight and have very saggy skin above my elbows and on the backs of my arms.

TUMMY:  I had a c-section years ago and have a "pouch" that I can't get rid of.  It's gotten much smaller with my weightloss but I can't afford, nor am I brave enough to have a tummy tuck.  I would like to tighten that apron area as much as possible.

THIGHS AND BUTTOCKS:  I have pretty bad cellulite and drapy skin on the front and back of my thighs and butt.  I did read your article on cellulite and thought that with a combo of A-Ret and Dermarolling I may be able to reduce the appearance of the cellulite.

Sorry, I know that is a lot of info but I would greatly appreciate if you could help me decide the best sizes and for which areas to use those sizes on.

Oh, and I just talked to my husband.  He would like me to order some for him as well.  What would you suggest for thinning hair and his facial wrinkles with a few age spots?

Thanks soooo much!  I'm looking forward to starting this process ASAP :)

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Can You Recommend The Right Sizes To Order?
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2012, 02:16:23 PM »
>FACE: Around eyes (crows feet and below eyes), lips (I quit smoking 3+

>years ago but have horrible smoker lines), in between eyes, and forehead.


The vertical lines in between the eyebrows: use the single needle.

Above the lips: a 1.5 mm dermastamp  (this area is very sensitive and you will need a numbing cream. We sell Emla.

A 1 regular mm roller around your eyes and on your forehead.

Please read my reply # 3:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Can-I-use-a-Dermaroller-on-this-area-under-the-eye

Apply a little Infadolan around your eyes every day.

You can also use the 1.5 mm dermastamp for the forehead lines.

>CHEST: I am starting to develop wrinkles between my breast area.

A 1 mm regular dermaroller. A little Infadolan applied every day will also help.

>HANDS: The outer parts of my hands are getting really wrinkled and

>have loose skin.



Also a 1 mm regular dermaroller.

Apply a little Infadolan ointment every day on the back of hands. It keeps them soft, moisturized and protected.

>ARMS: I have lost a lot of weight and have very saggy skin above my

>elbows and on the backs of my arms.



Please read:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Crepey-skin-on-inside-of-upper-arms

>TUMMY: I had a c-section years ago and have a "pouch" that I can't get

>rid of. It's gotten much smaller with my weightloss but I can't afford, nor

>am I brave enough to have a tummy tuck. I would like to tighten that apron

>area as much as possible.



1.5 mm regular dermaroller.

Please read:

http://owndoc.com/dermarolling/dermarolling-microneedling-hype-realistic-results/

>THIGHS AND BUTTOCKS: I have pretty bad cellulite and drapy skin

>on the front and back of my thighs and butt. I did read your article on

>cellulite and thought that with a combo of A-Ret and Dermarolling I may>be able to reduce the appearance of the cellulite.



1.5 mm regular dermaroller.

Tone the muscles in that area.

>Oh, and I just talked to my husband. He would like me to order some for him as

>well. What would you suggest for thinning hair and his facial wrinkles with a

 >few age spots?



Hair:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Dermarolling-for-thinning-hair

Age spots: A 0.5 mm regular dermaroller and Tretinoin cream (we sell it).

For the rest, tell him I think wrinkles on men look attractive so he should keep them..

Sarah

The vertical lines in between the eyebrows: use the single needle.

Above the lips: a 1.5 mm dermastamp  (this area is very sensitive and you will need a numbing cream. We sell Emla.

A 1 regular mm roller around your eyes and on your forehead.

Please read my reply # 3:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Can-I-use-a-Dermaroller-on-this-area-under-the-eye

Apply a little Infadolan around your eyes every day.

You can also use the 1.5 mm dermastamp for the forehead lines.

>CHEST: I am starting to develop wrinkles between my breast area.

A 1 mm regular dermaroller. A little Infadolan applied every day will also help.

>HANDS: The outer parts of my hands are getting really wrinkled and

>have loose skin.


Also a 1 mm regular dermaroller.

Apply a little Infadolan ointment every day on the back of hands. It keeps them soft, moisturized and protected.

>ARMS: I have lost a lot of weight and have very saggy skin above my

>elbows and on the backs of my arms.



Please read:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Crepey-skin-on-inside-of-upper-arms

>TUMMY: I had a c-section years ago and have a "pouch" that I can't get

>rid of. It's gotten much smaller with my weightloss but I can't afford, nor

>am I brave enough to have a tummy tuck. I would like to tighten that apron >area as much as possible.



1.5 mm regular dermaroller.

Please read:

http://owndoc.com/dermarolling/dermarolling-microneedling-hype-realistic-results/

>THIGHS AND BUTTOCKS: I have pretty bad cellulite and drapy skin

>on the front and back of my thighs and butt. I did read your article on

>cellulite and thought that with a combo of A-Ret and Dermarolling I may>be able to reduce the appearance of the cellulite.



1.5 mm regular dermaroller.

Tone the muscles in that area.

>Oh, and I just talked to my husband. He would like me to order some for him as

>well. What would you suggest for thinning hair and his facial wrinkles with a

 >few age spots?



Hair:

http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Dermarolling-for-thinning-hair

Age spots: A 0.5 mm regular dermaroller and Tretinoin cream (we sell it).

For the rest, tell him I think wrinkles on men look attractive  so he should keep them..

Sarah
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