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Author Topic: Dermarolling on skin with eczema  (Read 7276 times)

SarahVaughter

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Dermarolling on skin with eczema
« on: January 20, 2010, 10:23:54 AM »
In principle, a dermaroller can only be used on healthy skin. Stretch marks are an aesthetic problem but they are not an illness or a disease. However, a skin that has some kind of medical problem such as eczema should not be rolled. You'll want to avoid rolling any eczema deeply into your skin. Therefore, only roll when your skin is eczema-free.

   

  Alternatively you can use our single needle. That needle is used only on stretch marks and not on any surrounding skin. It is a laborious job but it's worth it in the end.

   

  Nevertheless, not even a single needle should be used on skin areas with active acne, fungal infection, eczema etc.
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