Round Microneedle Stamp
This dainty little microneedle stamp is perfect for treating sensitive skin, small imperfections, and areas that are usually a bit more difficult to reach. Being a lightweight device, it fits perfectly in your hand and it’s very easy to handle. It contains 40 tiny titanium alloy needles that are packed in a small circle, which makes it highly efficient and super accurate.
It works by creating tiny holes that heal very quickly by boosting the skin’s natural ability to produce collagen. This process promotes the healing of hyperpigmented spots, wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, and large pores. It also helps in cases of oily skin by controlling sebum production. Our microneedle stamp can be used by people dealing with hair loss or hair thinning, as well as people who are looking to stimulate hair growth, since it is completely safe to use it on your scalp or beard area.
The aftercare treatment plays an important role in the process of improving your skin. Generally, the best serums that you can use after a stamping treatment are serums that include vitamins A, C, and E in their ingredient list. These vitamins will support your skin in the process of building new collagen and will protect it from premature aging. Products that contain these ingredients are mainly niacinamide, ascorbic acid, hyaluronic acid, or epidermal growth factors. If you are using the microneedle stamp on your face, avoid wearing make-up at least 12 hours after the procedure.
How to Use
Start by soaking your derma stamp in alcohol solution for 5 – 10 minutes to sterilize it.
After sterilizing, wash the stamp with warm water and put it on a clean surface.
Prepare your skin for treatment by cleaning it thoroughly, making sure there isn’t any makeup, oil, or dirt left.
Use your stamping tool to apply gentle pressure on your skin by lifting the tool and pressing it down again.
When you’re done stamping, rinse the treated area with clean water only, and pat it dry with a clean pad.
Sterilize your stamping tool once again and leave it to dry. After it dries off, put it back in its case.
Frequently Asked Questions
The sensation depends on the size of the needle – the larger the needle you introduce, the more intensely you’re going to feel it. It’s very normal to feel a tingling sensation, but at no point should the treatment feel uncomfortable or painful. That’s why it’s advisable to use a light hand, and remember that there’s no need to press hard into your skin. Don’t worry if you notice a slight feeling of inflammation, as that is actually necessary in order to trigger the healing process!
How often you should use your microneedling device depends on the length of the needles that you’re using. According to that, you can use the device:
- every second day, for 0.25mm needle length
- 1 to 3 times a week, for 0.5mm needle length
- once every 2 weeks, for 1.0mm needle length
- once every 3 to 4 weeks, for 1.5mm needle length
- every 6 weeks, for 2.0mm to 2.5mm needle length
Some of the initial results can be seen immediately after the treatment. The first thing you’re going to notice is that your skin is going to get tighter and a lot smoother. Another immediate result can be reduction of pores. Although these changes will most likely be small in the beginning, they will still be present after the first session, and are going to become more apparent with more sessions. Research shows that people achieve visible improvement in their skin issues within the first few sessions, due to the accelerated collagen production. However, as with any procedure, the body requires some time to give fresh life and strength to the skin, so remember that continued use will deliver the final results.
You can still do your microneedling treatment while you have active acne, but only if you avoid going exactly over them. The needles shouldn’t come in direct contact with the pimple, so it’s advisable to go around the area without touching the inflamed spot. The good news is when your acne heals you can use our microneedling tool to go over the acne scars and speed up their healing process.
Avoid the areas around the eyes and on your lips since they are especially delicate. Never use a microneedling tool on your eyelids.
There are a few products that are not recommended for use immediately after treatment. These products are mainly chemical exfoliates that have active ingredients like salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, or tretinoin. It’s also advisable to avoid introducing microneedling and retinol products at the same time, since starting both simultaneously can be too intense for the skin. If you are already using retinol products, make sure to stop their usage four to five days before microneedling.
The microneedling products that we offer are very high quality. That being said, even an expensive shaving razor isn’t a permanent product and needs to be replaced after some time, and it’s the same with a microneedling tool. If the tool is being regularly used for facial treatments, it will last approximately seven months before the needles lose their sharpness and become ineffective for the skin. If the tool is used for treatments that cover your entire body, it’s advisable to replace it every two to three months. The needles on our products are medical-grade, so they will not wear out as much, but with time and continual use they will become blunt. For a tool to last as much as it should, it’s advisable to handle it with proper care.