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I just received this email:

Hey just emailing update. So far I've done 5 dermastamp sessions and 1 single needling session. The 15th January will be 6 months. I am amazed of my results so far!! The marks on my leg I can hardly see anymore! I took a one month break and I will be starting my second single needling session this week....can't wait!! This is a close up of my marks
She sent me this update:

Hey Sarah this is my 4 month pic update.. 5 sessions so far... I am going to start the single needling next week! Can't wait ! This pic is taken with iPhone camera in natural light ... can't believe the improvement so far!
Thank you so much again!


From: deleted
To: "Sarah Vaughter" <>
Sent: 13/11/2013 12:03:26
Subject: Update 4 month mark
Hi Sarah
Just emailing a little update. It has been 3 weeks since my last session which was my 5th session. It has only been 4 months. The last session I used a 2.0 mm dermastamp. I am completely amazed!!! My marks are so much less noticeable!! The colour has changed dramatically and the texture has also become a lot smoother. I am sooo happy with these results and it has only been 4 months!! I cannot thank you enough!! I received your single needles so the next session which will be next week I am going to start those... I am so excited to see what that would do! I seriously cannot believe my eyes and how in such a short period of time they have improved so much!! I will send update pics a few areas still have a little redness so when that subsides I will take pics! Thank you so much again! I'm so happy :)
Sent from my iPhone
In a few days we will have small dermastamps with 12 needles. Buy a 1.5 mm needle length small dermastamp and stamp the scar densely every three weeks.  You do not have to pre-treat your scar in your case.
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Video with proper dermarolling technique
« Last post by Essie on October 22, 2013, 07:51:25 AM »
Thank Sarah that helps so much.  I understand the star pattern and I wont be doing that, I ve read the instructions a couple of times.
What I didn't understand is whether you roll eight times and move the roller down exactly the width of the roller, and do another 8 times on new area, or do ONE time and move the roller very slightly down and do another one time and keep doing that.

So since Randomly is fine I can do either or :) Cant wait to start the rolling now...I am stamping every four days, very densely, and I do see blood sometimes coming out.  Yesterday I pricked one of my frown lines for the first time!  It didn't hurt that much no. And I did insert it all the way in and pricked all along the line from top to buttom.  I will keep doing this and hopefully I will post some pictures in a few months time.

Only thing that is bothering me right now is the nasolabials, sometimes they are so prominent, sometimes I can hardly see them. which means sometime I lose weight and they really stand out. The stamping with the 0.5 didn't help much, and they do become very red.  I will experiment with the roller 1.0 that I hve.

Thank You so much for the informative answers.
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Video with proper dermarolling technique
« Last post by SarahVaughter on October 22, 2013, 05:56:36 AM »
You can either do it as explained in our latest instructions, or you can do it totally differently: Just roll "randomly" around the skin, about eight times over each part of the skin. Also this is explained in the instructions.

All that matters is to achieve a high prick density. It is not practical to roll smaller parts of the skin the way we recommend in the instructions.

All that really matters is not to use the outdated advice of the "star pattern" because that causes a bad prick distribution (too many in the center and too few at the edges), as explained in our instructions.
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Horrendous Stretch marks..
« Last post by JLizzle on October 22, 2013, 04:24:02 AM »
Just ordered!

If this doesnt make a BIG imrovement after like 3 there anything else i can do?
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Video with proper dermarolling technique
« Last post by Essie on October 21, 2013, 10:00:11 PM »
DO you need to repeat 8 times?  I noticed in the video she is repeating 8 times....
Lets say I am trying to roll my forehead....from left to right horizontally.
Do I need to repeat the exact same area 8 times, before I  move the roller a few millimetres down?
I am guessing that if I am only moving the roller down a few millimetres for the next roll, I am still rolling a little bit the previous area  no?

Would like to clarify this before I start rolling...the repeating eight times bit...I didn't see it in the instructions manual, It only says move the roller slightly and roll once.

So far I am only stamping with 0.5 so would love to try this now, with my new 1.o mm dermaroller.
thank you sarah
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Best Skin Care Routine
« Last post by Essie on October 21, 2013, 09:17:11 PM »
Also, do you stamp again after three days even is you still have redness?? Cant find this question anywhere.  In my case its 0.5 dermastamp but the redness on my forehead takes at least 3 or 4 days before it disappears...
thank you!

from Sarah: you should wait until the redness is gone
Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Stopping Single Needling
« Last post by Scaaarrr on October 21, 2013, 09:07:44 PM »
Also, I'm going to use the single needling for a hypertrophic scar on my face. Im worried it might stay red for days or even weeks. Will it be red for a long amoung of time? If so, how long approximately?
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