Derma Roller use for Anti Hair Loss and Growth

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What is Derma Roller for Hair?

Derma Roller for Hair Loss and for Hair Growth is highly effective in tackling hair loss, hair growth, and regrowth. It’s a form of micro-needling having tiny needles varying from 0.25mm to 1.5 mm. When you roll the derma roller on your scalp, its needles puncture holes so that the remedial qualities of oils can easily reach the hair follicles.

Derma Roller for Hair Loss  Derma Roller for Hair Growth  
Derma Roller for Hair Loss Derma roller prevents your hair from falling. A derma roller causes tiny punctures only on our scalp’s skin which activates and regenerates hair cells.

Science says that a derma roller, a form of micro-needling, is an effective treatment for hair loss. 

It boosts collagen prod uction in your scalp, which results in stronger, thicker hair. To understand the need for stronger, thicker hair for your hair’s health and as a solution to prevent hair loss, let us explain to you the hair stages.

Anagen phase of hair growth: It is part of your hair cycle where hair cells divide rapidly and result in new hair growth.
Telogen Phase of hair growth: The telogen phase is part of the hair cycle where your hair begins to fall. Hair fall is caused by hair follicles prematurely entering a resting phase. The derma roller doesn’t allow your hair to become nutrient deficient and weak.

You can oil your hair after derma rolling for the best derma roller results. This prevents hair loss as your scalp absorbs higher nutrients and prevents your hair from shedding in the telogen phase. This way, through a derma roller, you can control your hair loss to the extent that it is within the 50-100 strands of everyday hair loss.  
Derma rollers for hair growth and hair regrowth can be a blessing. Derma rollers can massage your scalp and increase the blood flow to your scalp.

Research shows that increased blood flow to the scalp results increases hair growth and thickness. Thus helping with hair regrowth. This means that not only does your hair grow once you start the derma roller hair treatment, but your hair also grows thicker and stronger.

Increased blood flow to the scalp means that the derma roller is benefitting your hair growth by essentially providing your hair follicles with rich oxygen and nutrient supply so that these strands grow more robust and thicker.

The second way that a derma roller helps with hair growth stimulates collagen production.

Collagen prevents hair thinning and supports new hair growth in the anagen phase of hair growth. Collagen thickens around the hair follicles and ensures that your new hair grows strong.

This helps it resist hair shedding in the hair cycle’s catagen phase. Derma rollers are more effective when used with minoxidil. Derma rollers can increase the absorption of topical solutions such as minoxidil.  
Directions to use derma roller for hair growth serum or anti-hair loss serum


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