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Thank you very much for answering my query. I'm going to take your advice and apply the products 24 hours after rolling, or until the inflammation has reduced significantly. I think this should be sufficient as I am only using a 0.5mm roller.

Thank you again.

Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Product usage help
« on: April 13, 2013, 03:39:08 AM »
Just to clarify I am using the roller for improving skin texture. I have very few scars.

I'm a 20 year old male that has some problems with my facial skin. I used harsh acne treatments in my mid teens to treat acne of which has caused me problems later in life. The problems happened as soon as my facial skin stopped being oily. To cut the story short, my face has now got fine lines around the mouth and forehead and the skin has itself looks like I've damaged the skins collagen.

I'm wondering what products to totally avoid when using the Dermaroller. I've read that you should not be using anti-inflammatory ingredients when using the roller as it counter acts the inflamed skin response that the Derma roller is used for. Now what i want to know is, is this just for after Dermarolling or is this to totally avoid completely? I'm using a product with Niacinamide (first ingredient) in it and that is itself anti-inflammatory. Could i continue to use this product with Niacinamide a few days after rolling or do you have to avoid anti-inflammatory products altogether?

I'm using a 0.5mm weekly.

Many thanks.

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