Derma Roller For Hair Growth 0.25mm

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One of the best proven ways to regrow hair is by the use of a derma roller or a micro needling device. Multiple studies show and confirm that micro needling works in promoting hair growth in both men and women and when used in conjunction with a hair serum, many people will see far more superior results.

Studies also confirm that micro needling by itself (without any hair loss topicals), promote hair growth and wound healing. 

Using a derma roller seems simple, but the device has tons of tiny needles, so it should be handled with care.


To use a derma roller for hair regrowth, focus on the scalp. Run the roller across the scalp in multiple directions: 2-3 times, horizontally, vertically, and diagonally — in that order. Press down firmly enough so you feel some pressure, but not hard enough to where you feel pain. Don't roll over the same area too many times. This can cause injury or even an infection if you break the skin. 

Do not press too hard! You do not need to bleed! 

The derma roller works best with light pressure!

Derma rolling is one of the two major mechanical methods you can use to stimulate your hair growth. The other is scalp massage. Studies confirm that scalp massages along with your hair oiling helps to stimulate growth because it helps to stimulate blood flow. 

Apply hair oil, serum etc. to the areas and massage for 4-5 minutes. Do not coat your derma roller with oil! Apply the oil using a cotton ball or "clean fingers"!

***For best results, use a derma roller ONCE per week. Derma rolling more than once per week can do more harm than good.*** 

After you begin to see results, you can lessen the usage of your derma roller to once a month. 

Most people see favorable results within 8-10 weeks. You must be patient while waiting for the results to show, no matter how good the derma roller is. Consistent and regular usage is key in using a derma roller for hair growth.

Failure to properly clean and care for your derma roller can increase the risk of an infection.

When it comes to sterilizing your derma roller, there are two basic ways. You can soak it in alcohol or boil it. Whichever way you choose, remember to allow the derma roller to air dry.

Allow to air dry and place back into the case. 

Never share a derma roller.

Replace your derma roller every 3 months. 

There is also a risk of damaging the surrounding hair follicles and removing healthy hair strands, which can occur if hair gets stuck in the roller. Please, only apply the roller to bald areas on your scalp. Try to stay away from areas that have more hair. 

Anyone can use a derma roller, but not everyone should. People with skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema, or a history of blood clots or if you are diabetic or on blood thinners, should check with a doctor or dermatologist before using a derma roller.

Usually, the micro-needled area will be red and inflamed for a few days after the procedure. But all side effects should fade within 5 days. 

Some skin discoloration is normal as we are breaking the skin. 

If you have any questions that haven't been answered here, please contact me before purchasing. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Robyn Roldan
Stimulate growth

After 4 weeks of use I am seeing some fine hairs in my spot that was bald

Thank you for your review Robyn. I'm happy your hair is responding. If you need anything else please let me know.

Tyler Jones

Came in on time and was exactly what I expected!

Pat Owens

I just started using the Ayurvedic Alopecia three weeks ago. I will send a message about my journey next month. Thanks

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