We see these terms everywhere “FDA Approved” or “FDA Registered”, but what do they mean?
The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the responsibility of protecting public health by regulating food, drugs, medical devices, vaccines, cosmetics, tobacco products and radiation-emitting products. They monitor and regulate all these things both for people and for animals.
Micro-needling is basically the method of using very fine needles to pierce the skin to administer medications, reduce scars, and trigger the skin’s natural healing mechanisms, creating even, smooth and healthy skin. Acupuncture can also be explained as using very fine needles and applying heat or electrical stimulation to promote natural healing and improve body functioning. Both methods, micro-needling and acupuncture, use fine needles to stimulate the body to encourage it to heal itself. So what is the difference between acupuncture and micro-needling?
It’s an interesting looking medical device, and it can produce some amazing results. So how exactly was the Original German Dermaroller® created?
In a previous post, we’ve discussed the history of micro-needling. The research that started at Georgia Tech University in the 1990’s led the way in micro-needle design and technology. The design and creative genius behind the Original German Dermaroller® is German engineer and medical device inventor Dr. Horst Liebl, PhD. Originally looking to develop a tool that could micro-needle tissue and that would assist in transporting medications across the skin with little or no pain or side effects, Dr. Liebl developed a multi-needled drum shaped medical device that became the Original German Dermaroller® that is in use today.
A lot of people take vitamin C as part of a daily vitamin routine. Some people take vitamin C to either ward off or to treat a cold. Vitamin C can increase resistance to viral and bacterial infections, and some allergies. While the medical jury is still deciding if taking vitamin C is really beneficial to treating the common cold, it is a necessary vitamin for normal growth and development. Vitamin C is al
Why should I try Micro-Needling instead of Laser Treatments for acne scar removal?
If you are an acne scar sufferer you’ve probably been looking for an effective acne scar treatment. As you research how to remove acne scars, you’ve probably learned about laser treatments online or at your physician’s office. You’ve probably also seen the claims that laser treatments also work by using your skin’s natural collagen to minimize acne scars.
Our website explains Collagen Induction Therapy as: “… a minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a micro-needling device. CIT is safe and effective on all skin types without the risk of discoloration. The micro-needling procedure can be performed by licensed qualified medical professionals including physicians, osteopaths and naturopaths.”
Dermaroller takes Two Golds at the Aesthetic Awards!
By popular vote Genuine Dermaroller ® and Dermaroller UK were presented with two Gold Awards for Facial Treatment of the Year and Consumer Choice Treatment of the Year at the Aesthetic Awards 2011-2012 sponsored by Cosmetic News. These prestigious awards were the result of consumer nominations and voting, a true reflection of the value given to Dermaroller® by the patients and consumers using Genuine Demaroller® products.
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