The Microneedle Scalp Roller is a therapeutic devise used to prepare the scalp for topical Natural Hair Loss Treatments by creating microchannels from the scalp surface down to the target site the hair follicle and hair bulb.
The medical grade stainless steel microneedles are similar to the non-invasive needles used for acupuncture.
The microneedles penetrate the top layers of the scalp without causing damage. This non-intrusive penetration allows a much higher absorption of topical Natural Hair Loss Treatment products used to treat hair loss, hair thinning and for hair re-growth. Microneedle Therapy as a pre-treatment to Natural Hair Loss Treatment has been shown to increase absorption by 5 times or more. Research also reports the Microneedle Therapy stimulates scalp healing and hair growth by triggering a natural healing response. Studies have shown that Microneedles of 0.75mm depth penetrate the skin enough to enable the absorption of topical Natural Hair Loss Treatments. Using the Microneedle Therapy creates thousands of quickly healing channels through the scalp surface bypassing barriers for effective Natural Hair Loss Treatment absorption. Similar techniques are used to treat acne scars and wrinkles, and to increase the penetration of skin care products, however, the microneedle length is different for Microneedle Skin Therapy.
Absolique Microneedle Scalp Roller Specifications:
How to use Absolique Microneedle Scalp Roller:
When using the Scalp roller at first, use a single motion once over each area of scalp in the treatment area, rolling gently from hairline to crown and back. Work your way in sections to expose the scalp down to the sides. This avoids tangling the roller in longer hair. After time you should roll in multiple directions. Only a gentle to medium pressure should initially be applied. Roll 2-3 times over each section to create multiple channels. The channels close within minutes so you must work fast.
When the Microneedle is used as directed it may cause a flush on the scalp which will fade in minutes. The Microneedle Scalp Roller should not cause pain or bleeding when used as directed.
If pain or bleeding is experienced reduce the pressure when applying your Microneedle Scalp Roller or check the age of your Microneedle Scalp Roller. The needles do become blunt over time and it may need replacing. There will be no visible signs of the needle sharpness deteriorating, but if you notice any increase in pain or inflammation while using the Microneedle Scalp Roller it is a sign the needles are becoming less sharp and you will need to replace it. After 180 uses, you should replace your Microneedle Scalp Roller.