Dermarolling, also known as microneedling, is a cosmetic procedure using a device with small needles to create tiny skin punctures. This process aims to stimulate the body’s natural healing response, boosting collagen and elastin production for improved skin texture and appearance.




Recently, dermarolling gained popularity as a treatment for hair loss. The theory is that it enhances blood flow and nutrient delivery to hair follicles, promoting hair growth.


Scientific evidence supports dermarolling for hair growth. A 2013 study in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology showed increased hair growth in men with male pattern baldness after 12 weekly dermarolling sessions.



 Another 2018 study in the International Journal of Trichology found that combining dermarolling with minoxidil was more effective than minoxidil alone for hair growth after 24 weeks.


However, dermarolling isn’t a baldness cure and may not work for everyone. Correct usage is crucial to prevent scalp and follicle damage. It’s essential to exercise caution and seek professional guidance when using dermarolling as a hair loss treatment.


In 1996, German scientist Horst Liebl patented the first dermaroller device. It was designed to enhance medication delivery through the skin and initially tested on lab animals


   In 2006, South African plastic surgeon Dr. Desmond Fernandes introduced dermarolling as a cosmetic treatment for aging skin, creating his version called the “Dermaroller” for addressing wrinkles and signs of aging.


         Since then, dermarolling has gained popularity for treating skin issues like acne scars and hyperpigmentation. It’s also used as a pre-treatment for procedures like chemical peels and laser resurfacing.



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