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What is dermapen micro-needling?

Dermapen micro-needling uses a small dermatology treatment device (the dermapen), for a micro-needling procedure which has the capability to effectively address skin problems such as ageing, fine lines, stretch marks and acne scars.

The dermapen derives its name from the word ‘dermatology’ and a ‘pen’, which it resembles in appearance. The dermapen micro-needling treatment is able to achieve skin which is tighter, brighter and refreshed. Dermapen is now favoured by cosmetic experts around the world, after having proved its efficiency and effectiveness, as well as flexibility in how it is used.
In this blog, we take a look at how dermapen micro-needling works, ask who is suitable for the procedure, and answer frequently asked questions about the treatment.

How does dermapen micro-needling work?
Like traditional Chinese acupuncture therapy, dermapen micro-needling works by puncturing the top layer of skin to promote healing. Unlike acupuncture, the aim of micro-needling is to improve the appearance of skin, rather than reduce any pain.
A dermapen consists of 12 needles which are used to pierce the skin. The pen is held vertically over the skin and once the pen is in the right position, a small motor will be turned on inside the pen which causes the needles to penetrate the skin by moving back and forth rapidly. Due to their special design, the needles slightly rotate and effectively open up pores and puncture the top layer of skin.
It is important that the pen pierces the skin as this is what triggers skin rejuvenation. When an individual cuts or hurts themselves, the skin will repair itself by generating collagen and elastin, which stimulates growth. Applying this same principle to dermapen micro-needling, the skin will increase elastin and collagen production to treat the pierced skin. To a certain extent, micro-needling tricks the skin into healing itself, leaving the skin refreshed and rejuvenated.

What is dermapen micro-needling able to treat?
Dermapen micro-needling is most commonly used on the face to reduce fine lines and wrinkles but can also be used to treat common skin problems such as stretch marks and scars on different areas of the body. Let’s take a look at some of the possible reasons to get a dermapen treatment:
• To reduce the appearance of a scar: After the skin heals a wound and forms a scar, the body acts as though the area has been returned to normal. Dermapen micro-needling can puncture the scar tissue and stimulate the skin to replace the damaged skin with new, unscarred skin.
• To reduce the appearance of stretch marks: Like scarring, the body does not treat stretch marks as something that needs to be healed. Dermapen micro-needling over stretch marks can initiate healing and promote the growth of new skin.
• To minimise fine lines and wrinkles: The elastin and collagen induction, caused by wounding the skin with a dermapen causes skin to tighten and thicken, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Dermapen micro-needling can, therefore, be considered an anti-aging treatment.

What are the benefits of dermapen micro-needling?
Aside from its anti-aging and scar reducing benefits, dermapen micro-needling has many other benefits including:
• Minimizing enlarged pores
• Tightening the skin
• Treating hair loss problems such as alopecia
• Helps the skin to absorb products more efficiently, ensuring the most benefits can be received from skin care products

Who is an ideal candidate for dermapen micro-needling?
Dermapen micro-needling is a minimally invasive treatment and therefore is considered suitable for most people, providing they are in good general health. However, individuals on acne medication should consult with their GP to check the treatment is suitable for them. Pregnant women are similarly advised not to receive dermapen treatment.
Dermapen micro-needling has no severe side effects and is therefore suitable for individuals who wish to maintain their busy lifestyle. After the treatment, some mild bruising may occur and it is recommended to avoid direct sunlight for a week and wearing suncream is advised. After three days any bruises or redness should fade.
Frequently asked questions about dermapen micro-needling

Will dermapen micro-needling hurt?
A topical anaesthetic will be administered prior to treatment, usually 30 minutes before, to ensure the treatment is painless. A numbing cream may also be used if a patient has particularly sensitive skin.

How many times will the pen puncture my skin?
The dermapen is able to create 1,300 micro punctures per second, this number of punctures stimulates the skin to produce collagen and elastin without compromising normal skin functions.

How should I prepare for the treatment?
Drinking lots of water and trying to eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables in the week before your treatment will help prepare your skin for the treatment. Maintaining a good skin care routine is also advisable and it is recommended you exfoliate your skin 2-3 days before your treatment.

How is a dermapen different from a dermaroller?
Dermapen treatment is generally considered to be superior to a dermaroller as it is less painful and a dermapen treatment has less recovery time.

How many dermapen treatments will be required?
Skin rejuvenation can be achieved with one treatment, however, for more extensive problems such as acne scarring, multiple treatments may be required.
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Microneedling vs. Chemical Peel: Which is Better for You??

Two fairly recent skin treatments are gaining popularity for both men and women: microneedling and chemical peels. Both procedures require no downtime and are fairly safe when done by a medical professional. However, not everyone may be qualified for these treatments, so it’s important for patients to know the differences between the two when choosing which procedure to try for their skin type.

So which is better for you? Microneedling caters to any skin color, and is great for treating sagging skin and severe wrinkles, while chemical peels work better on fair-skinned patients, and effectively removes age spots, dark spots, and freckles, among other skin spots. Both microneedling and chemical peels can be done at home, but you can always have these professionally done in dermatology clinics, especially if you feel that it’s safer and better overall.

Microneedling vs. Chemical Peel

Microneedling and chemical peels are two cosmetic procedures available in most aesthetic clinics. Both are designed to treat certain skin issues that can be difficult to remove with home remedies and DIY beauty tools available to everyday users.

How Microneedling Works

Microneedling – sometimes called collagen induction therapy by other clinics – is the process of using thin needles to puncture the skin. These microtears trigger the body’s natural healing process for skin trauma, resulting in elastin and collagen production. These substances repair the damaged layers of skin, getting rid of the broken skin tissue and replacing it with younger, healthier skin tissue.

Microneedling with the shortest possible needle length is enough to trigger the production of collagen and elastin. Microneedling treatment done with longer needles, on the other hand, go deeper into the layers of the skin to repair more rooted issues like wrinkles and sun damage. No downtime is necessary for minor microneedling sessions, but those who use longer needles may take more time to recover from their sensitive skin. After several sessions, you can see visibly youthful, healthy skin.

How Chemical Peels Treat Your Skin

Chemical peel treatments are a skin-resurfacing procedure that use a variety of chemical solutions to treat different types of skin issues.The procedure starts with cleaning your skin thoroughly and protecting your eye area.Then, a medical professional applies a numbing cream or anesthetic, especially if you’re opting for a medium or deep peel. Patients may also be sedated for a deep peel. A chemical solution consisting of acids and other active ingredients are applied to the skin, which will remove its top layer, getting rid of the damaged skin cells in the process. This will sting, but new skin will then grow in its place.

Peels can be light, medium, or deep, depending on what area of concern you’re trying to treat:

Light Chemical Peel – Also known as superficial peels, this removes the outer layer of your skin known as the epidermis. Good for wrinkles, acne, and uneven skin tones.
Medium Chemical Peel – Removes the epidermis plus the upper portion of your middle layer (the dermis). This is for deeper wrinkles and acne scars.
Deep Chemical Peel – Removes the skin cells deeper into the epidermis. Recommended for even deeper wrinkles, scars, and precancerous growths.

Microneedling and chemical peels offer a way to shed old skin cells and replace them with newer, younger-looking skin cells. While both procedures don’t answer every skin concern, you can always go for the treatment that addresses your condition more effectively. Consult with a dermatologist or medical professional which procedure among the two is better for you.

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Hydra Roller vs Other Microneedling Tools: Which Should You Get?

These days, there’s a microneedling product specifically made for nearly every skin problem. However, not all of these are equally effective for all skin conditions. People might even have bad experiences with skincare products that are just full of false promises. That’s why it’s crucial to research which product is best and most effective for your skin type.

So which microneedling tool should you get? One popular tool is the Hydra Roller, a modified version of the typical derma roller and a go-to product of those who like practical and time-saving beauty tools. When it comes to microneedling, you’ll actually find plenty of options available. Aside from the microneedling procedures offered by aesthetic clinics and dermatologists, there are plenty of microneedling devices for sale which can confuse you. But how does the popular Hydra Roller perform versus any other microneedling device on the market?

Hydra Roller vs. Microneedling Pens

Hydra Rollers and microneedling pens are both microneedling tools. However, Hydra Rollers are a more innovative version of derma rollers. Instead of the usual handheld model of microneedling rollers, the roll with the needles is attached to a serum cartridge.

Before you use your Hydra Roller, you need to fill up the cartridge with your favorite serum. We recommend using hyaluronic acid to help with hydration, though you can opt to use any other serum. As you begin the microneedling process, the serum goes out through the roller. The serum then enters the microchannels created by the needles and infuses deeply into your skin. Ideally, you should practice weekly or bi-weekly use to achieve your skin goals.

Pros and Cons

Hydra Roller Microneedling Pen

Pros
Deeper Serum Infusion. The Hydra Roller offers instant serum infusion as soon as you begin the procedure. Each time you roll the Hydra Roller over the area you’re trying to treat, you can infuse serum into your skin while the microchannels are still fresh. This helps increase your skin’s serum absorption rate.

Affordable. Derma rollers are more affordable than motorized microneedling pens, and Hydra Rollers are around the mid-range prices of derma rollers. The Hydra Roller can also be re-used multiple times until the needles become blunt – just remember to sterilize the device before and after every use.

Good for Beginners. The Hydra Roller is a 64-pin 0.5 mm derma roller. Its needle length is best used for beginners, first-time users, and those looking for superficial results that do not require deeper needle lengths.

Stainless Steel Needles. These are more affordable than titanium needles offered by more expensive microneedling products. These are also more sterile, which can help reduce the chance of infection. Smaller Microchannels. Microneedling pen needles are sharp and thin. When used correctly, it penetrates the skin in a straight direction, minimizing the size of the microchannel created. In comparison, both derma rollers and the Hydra Roller enter and leave the skin at an angle, which results in larger microchannels created.

Versatility. Microneedling pens use disposable cartridge pens in different sizes (nano cartridges, 12-pin, and 36-pin needles). These pens can also be adjusted to different lengths. Depending on the results you’re trying to achieve, you can get microneedling pens according to the level of penetration .

Quicker Microneedling Treatments. Microneedling pens can be rechargeable, battery-operated, or plugged in. It has a motor that helps spring the cartridge to puncture at fast speeds. This makes the process quicker and more efficient, compared to rolling over sections by hand. The speed can also be adjusted so users can go at their own manageable pace.

Usable for Beginners to Long-Time Users. Beginners can start with smaller needle cartridges and use smaller needle lengths. Those who are used to the feeling can eventually increase the needle length to tackle more heavy-duty skin concerns.

Cons
Ineffective for Thick Serums. Cream-based serums cannot dispense properly with the Hydra Roller. Make sure your serum has a watery consistency or, at most, a consistency similar to olive oil.

Not for Deeper Skin Concerns. The 0.5 mm needles can be used to trigger your skin’s collagen production, which can fix superficial skin concerns like blemishes, pores, and uneven skin tone. However, it might not be good for those looking for longer needles to treat stretch marks and wrinkles.

Fixed Needles. Unlike microneedling pens, the needles in derma rollers and the Hydra Rollers are fixed. Once the needles go dull, the entire roller should be disposed of.
Not as Affordable as Derma Rollers. While at-home microneedling pens are more affordable than microneedling sessions at aesthetic clinics, they’re actually more expensive than derma rollers.

Less Visible Results Compared to In-Office Sessions. At-home microneedling sessions are usually for boosting collagen production and minor skin concerns. However, despite its price, it does not have the same result as the treatments from an aesthetic clinic.

Limited to 2.0 mm Needles. While microneedling pens are adjustable, it’s recommended home users avoid going beyond 2.0mm. Beyond this, bleeding will be likely, punctures will be deeper and will reach the inner layer of skin. Because of this, the risk of getting a skin infection is more likely..

Why Microneedling?

Microneedling is a popular minimally invasive procedure that can be done either in aesthetic clinics or in the comfort of your own home. It uses your body’s natural response to skin trauma to help you develop healthier, younger-looking skin while also getting rid of dull and dead skin cells that make your skin look worn.

How It Works

Microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy because it uses your body’s natural response to damaged skin tissue. When the needles puncture your skin, it creates these tiny punctures called microchannels. These trigger your skin’s trauma response and it begins to heal itself through natural collagen and elastin production, which start skin tissue growth to naturally repair these small wounds.

Aside from healing these microchannels, the production of collagen and elastin also help to get rid of dead skin cells and produce more youthful, healthier ones. Skin tissue growth results in newer skin cells taking over dying skin cells that will be shed. Microneedling with longer needles reach the inner layer of skin to treat scars, wrinkles, brown spots, and pores, since these skin issues are caused by other factors.

Benefits of Microneedling

Minimal downtime. Microneedling done at home requires no downtime at all, while microneedling in a clinic may require a little downtime, depending on what the aesthetician recommends. Your skin may feel a little more sensitive after a microneedling session, but it’s normal. Just remember to apply sunscreen on your face when going out.
Improved absorption of topical products. If you’re doing at-home microneedling with a Hydra Roller, wait for a few hours before moving onto your skincare routine. Avoid using any chemical peels or products with active ingredients especially on the treated area that is fresh and sensitive as these can be harsh and damaging.
Reduce pore size. The microneedling process can help your enlarged pores look smaller. When the skin’s trauma response is activated, the areas around your pore plumps, resulting in smaller-looking pores.
Does not affect skin tone. Treatments like laser skin resurfacing are not recommended for people with darker skin because the heat can affect pigmentation and cause discoloration. Microneedling does not involve heat and can be used for people with all skin tones.
Firmer skin. Aside from healthier-looking skin, the additional collagen and elastin can make your skin firmer and more elastic. You can also see improvement in skin texture as well as dark spots.

There are many microneedling products on the market, and the Hydra Roller is a must-try for beginners interested in popular skincare treatments and at-home microneedling tools. Pair this with your usual skincare routine and see huge improvements to your skin in a matter of weeks.

Vaney Beauty offer the Hydra Roller, Hydra Needle, Microneedling pens and other microneedling tools that can help you achieve firmer, healthier, and younger-looking skin. We stock medical supplies at competitive prices while providing the medical-grade quality that our customers deserve.

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Microneedling vs. Ultherapy: Which Has Better Benefits for Facial Wrinkles Better?

Microneedling and Ultherapy are two cosmetic procedures that can address wrinkles in various stages. However, these two can provide very different results depending on the severity of wrinkles and time you have to develop results. It’s best to discuss with your dermatologist which solution is best for your skin, but here’s what you can expect between microneedling vs. ultherapy when it comes to treating wrinkles.

So which has better benefits for facial wrinkles? Microneedling and Ultherapy can both treat static wrinkles like those across the cheeks or in the corners of the mouth, but not dynamic wrinkles like crow’s feet and laugh lines. Microneedling when paired with Botox injections smoothens dynamic wrinkles. Microneedling is minimally invasive since it punctures the skin, while Ultherapy is non-invasive, but it reaches deep into the skin’s layers.

Microneedling vs. Ultherapy

Microneedling and Ultherapy are great options for cosmetic treatments to use to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. They’re both similar in the way they use your body’s natural production of collagen to nourish your skin. When it comes to wrinkles, collagen is useful as it can give your skin its elasticity back, promoting skin rejuvenation by making your skin firmer and tighter.

Pros and Cons

Microneedling Ultherapy

Pros
Available in multiple needle lengths. Small needle length is enough to trigger collagen stimulation, good for fine lines. For more severe wrinkles, longer needles are necessary.

Generally less painful than Ultherapy. Although microneedling involves puncturing your skin, the needles are sharp and thin, so you can barely feel it. It is more painful if you do it on your ownl. In comparison, Ultherapy subjects you to heat from ultrasound waves, which can be uncomfortable.

Can treat additional skin concerns. Aside from wrinkles, microneedling can treat different skin issues, including acne scars, microneedling can also treat scarring, large pores, stretch marks, sun damage, age spots, and more. Non-invasive procedure with the deepest reach. Ultherapy uses ultrasound waves to reach the deeper part of the skin and muscles. Microneedling requires puncturing the skin to trigger your skin’s trauma response and produce more collagen, which leaves your skin vulnerable to scarring and infections if mishandled.

Less sessions needed for longer results. You only need one or two Ultherapy sessions to reduce the signs of wrinkles for up to 12 months, though results can vary.

No downtime. You may see reddish skin, swelling, and tenderness after an Ultherapy session, but this can subside after a few days. This is very minimal, and you can proceed with your daily activities, unlike microneedling, where certain use of skincare products and certain day-to-day activities are discouraged for the first few days and/or weeks of the procedure.

Cons
Slower results. It can take weeks to see visible changes in your skin.

Prone to bacterial infections. The punctures can be susceptible to infection, especially if you’re microneedling at home. This is why microneedling is not suitable for those with skin conditions like acne or eczema.

Requires multiple sessions. Microneedling needs multiple sessions to maintain and improve the effects of the treatment. More expensive than microneedling. Microneedling on its own can cost between $200 to $700 per session. In comparison, Ultherapy can cost an average of $1802 per session.

May not be effective for severe sagging. Ultherapy may not be effective for severe wrinkles, loose skin, and skin sagging, and it may be more practical to undergo plastic surgery to treat it.

Not available in all cosmetic clinics. Ultherapy should be done by a trained professional, so not all clinics may offer this.

What to Expect from Microneedling

Should you choose to undergo microneedling, you can opt to do it by yourself at home or in a clinic done by a professional. If you’re looking to treat wrinkles effectively, this will require longer needles to reach into the deeper skin layers. It’s not recommended that non-medical practitioners do microneedling at home with needles longer than 2 millimeters, as the risk of permanent scarring, skin damage, and bacterial infection is higher.

During the procedure, your doctor will first disinfect the treatment area to prevent bacterial infection. They may also use a numbing cream if they will be using longer needles. They will then use a microneedling tool to puncture microchannels into your skin. This will take around 30 minutes to cover your whole face. Afterwards, they will apply a serum that can seep into these microchannel.

Microneedling requires no downtime for sessions that use smaller needles, but it needs minimal downtime for longer needles. You may take over-the-counter painkillers to subdue the stinging feeling after your sessions. During your recovery time, you can continue your skincare routine, but you should avoid using harsh skincare products and products with active ingredients like salicylic acid, vitamin C, retinol, and hyaluronic acid. You should also practice applying sunscreen when going outside, as your skin is more sensitive to UV ray exposure.

It can take weeks before you see the results of your microneedling treatment. However, if you want to maintain or enhance the results, you will need to schedule more microneedling sessions. For dynamic wrinkles, these may resurface because you naturally move your muscles, so you may need to schedule another microneedling session months after treatment.

What to Expect from Ultherapy

At the start of the procedure, your doctor will first clean the treatment area and apply an ultrasound gel. They will then use an Ultherapy device to deliver ultrasound waves to the targeted area. During this time, you will feel varying levels of heat throughout the process – that’s the ultrasound energy heating your skin and muscles to promote collagen growth. Treatment time can take up to an hour and a half, though it depends on which parts you are treating.

Following the procedure, your treated skin may be reddish and prone to swelling and tenderness. This is normal and will go back to normal after a few days. No downtime is required, and you can resume your usual activities after your treatment.

You should begin to notice the effects of Ultherapy after the swelling subsides. This can last for up to three months, though this can vary depending on your body’s ability to produce more collagen.

Microneedling, Ultherapy, and Wrinkles

Microneedling and Ultherapy are different cosmetic procedures, but they tackle different types of wrinkles in a similar way that boosts your body’s collagen production. To further understand the effectiveness of these two procedures against wrinkles, you have to understand why wrinkles develop on your face and how far each treatment can go on its own.

Why Do Wrinkles Form on Your Face?

Wrinkles are inevitable as you grow older. Factors like age can’t be stopped, but factors like sun exposure, smoking habits, repeated facial expressions, and lifestyle can affect the severity of how visible your wrinkles will be – even as a young adult.

There are two types of wrinkles that can develop on your face: dynamic wrinkles and static wrinkles. These form on your face through different ways.

Dynamic wrinkles develop because of facial muscles that are attached to your skin. Every time your muscle contracts, your skin moves with it and creates a crease in your skin. When this movement is repeated over time, it develops a line in your skin that eventually becomes your wrinkle. Examples of dynamic wrinkles include crow’s feet at the corners of your eyes that develop from smiling and squinting, or frown lines in between your brows that crease when you frown.

Static wrinkles, on the other hand, are caused by UV damage from sun exposure, age, genetics, poor skin health, and unhealthy habits like smoking. When you’re young, your body produces enough collagen, elastin, and new skin cells to prevent these factors from causing wrinkling. As you grow older, however, your skin produces less collagen and creates new skin cells at a slower pace, making it less taut and resulting in wrinkles.

How Both Procedures Treat Wrinkles

Both treat wrinkles using your body’s natural collagen production, but this is triggered in different ways.

Through microneedling, thin needles puncture your skin and trigger your body’s skin trauma response. This results in the additional production of collagen and elastin to repair your damaged skin tissue and replace it with newer skin cells. These new skin cells, combined with the additional collagen, can help your skin become firmer and more elastic, which can stretch your skin back and reduce the severity of wrinkles.

Ultherapy, on the other hand, uses ultrasound technology to heat the layers of skin and muscle through ultrasound energy to promote collagen regeneration. By stimulating collagen and elastic tissue, your skin becomes firmer and less likely to sag, reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Can Both Procedures Treat All Types of Wrinkles?

Both microneedling and Ultherapy can help reduce subtle and deep wrinkles. While both can effectively treat static wrinkles due to age and external factors, these alone might not be best for dynamic wrinkles, as facial muscles will continue to deepen the crease and create wrinkles.

Microneedling is a slow process. It takes multiple sessions to show visible results. This means the effects of microneedling dynamic wrinkles can be reversed before the next session can roll in. Ultherapy, on the other hand, promotes collagen production that can tighten skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. However, it cannot stop dynamic wrinkles from developing due to repeated facial expressions and movements.

To best treat dynamic wrinkles with microneedling or Ultherapy, your doctor may recommend pairing microneedling sessions with Botox injections, since this can prevent your facial muscles from forming deep creases on the skin.

Both microneedling and Ultherapy are effective treatments for wrinkles by boosting your body’s collagen production, which helps create firmer, elastic skin that’s less likely to sag. Both cannot treat all types of wrinkles on their own, so it’s best to discuss with your doctor the kind of wrinkles you have, in order to know which the better solution is between the two. Your doctor can also recommend additional cosmetic treatments you might need to enhance your appearance.

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Nano Steam and Frozen Iron Machine – Vaney Beauty

Nano Steam and Frozen Iron Machine

Frozen Iron Machine
The Frozen Iron Machine works hand in hand with the Nano Steam Machine.
After using Nano Steam, the Frozen Iron Machine, which contains a cold iron that is used to seal up the hair cuticle, locks in moisture and hair treatments.

The Frozen Iron Machine can be used for the following
Hair Treatment
Hair Color
Perm
Straightening

HOW TO OPERATE THE FROZEN IRON MACHINE
1. Plug the machine and turn on the main switch.
2. The blue LED display in front of the iron will show its temperature.
3. Wait 1-2 minutes for the iron’s surface to freeze. A thin layer of ice will appear on the metal plates once the iron is ready for use.
4. Proceed with desired hair procedure and hair treatment.

FOR HAIR TREATMENT
1. Use the Nano Steam Machine to open the hair cuticle, locking in moisture and product nutrients. Section hair into four quarters, using the suitable hair care treatment depending on hair types and textures.
2. Rinse hair, then towel dry. Apply hair care oil.
3. Use the Hair Cuticle Frozen Closed Iron to clamp the hair, moving from hair roots to ends. Clamp each hair section (2cm) twice to close hair cuticles.

FOR HAIR COLORING
1. After finishing hair coloring procedure, use the Hair Cuticle Closed Iron to clamp the hair, moving from hair roots to ends. Clamp each hair section (2cm) twice to close hair cuticles.
2. Rinse hair thoroughly, then proceed with blow drying and styling.

FOR PERMING/ STRAIGHTENING HAIR
1. After applying perming/straightening Lotion 1, rinse and blow dry the hair once the solution integrated enough.
2. Apply suitable perm rods/pull hair straight.
3. Spread perming/ straightening lotion 2 after applying perm rods or straightening.
4. Start the Frozen Hair Care Treatment. After applying perming/straightening Lotion 2, Iron the hair section by section using the Frozen Iron.
5. Wait 15 minutes after finish Frozen Hair Care Treatment, then rinse hair thoroughly.
6. Towel-dry the hair (until damp, not soaking wet), then repeat use of the Frozen Iron, using it on the hair section by section.
7. Proceed with blow drying and styling.

Nano Steam Machine
The Nano Steam Machine releases tiny steam molecules that open up the hair cuticle, and helps lock in hair moisture. This procedure helps prep the hair for product to penetrate better into the hair cuticle. This also prolongs the effect of hair treatments and hair color.

Benefits
The Vaney Beauty Nano Steam Machine releases tiny steam molecules that open up the hair cuticle, and helps lock in hair moisture. This procedure helps prep the hair for product to penetrate better into the hair cuticle. This also prolongs the effect of hair treatments and hair color.

How It Works
The Nano Steam Machine applies the Superheated Steam System which vaporizes liquid water into single water molecules which have a diameter of 0.26nm (nanometer). These nanoscale water molecules, with thermal energy, can easily penetrate into 1nm hair cuticles. This system is widely used in the industry as a disinfection process, sanitizing hair cuticles with the application of steam.

Uses
The Nano Steam Machine is a multi-benefit treatment that can be used for the following:
Scalp Care
Hair Care
Perm
Hair Color

HOW TO OPERATE
1. Plug in the machine and turn on the main switch.
2. Set the spray adjusts knob to the following settings:
– 10 o’clock position: for long hair and longer period of time.
– 12 o’clock position: for short hair and shorter period of time.
3. Upon pressing the power button, wait for 2-3 minutes to produce a fine mist before applying to hair or scalp.
4. After usage, turn off the machine by pressing the power button.

NANO STEAM MACHINE – USES AND HOW-TOs

HAIR CARE
– Allows rapid penetration of hair-care product into hair
– Repairs the hair cuticle
– Helps restore damaged hair
How to Use
1. Cleanse hair and then dry it.
2. Apply steam to hair for 3 to 5 minutes with the nano steamer about 6 inches away from the hair.
3. Apply hair care product on each section of hair as needed, then apply steam to hair for 8 to 10 minutes.

SCALP CARE
– Deep cleaning and expels scalp toxins
– Sterilizes scalp and prevents grease
– Promotes blood circulation
How to Use
1. Shampoo and rinse hair and then dry it.
2. Apply steam to scalp for 3 to 5 minutes with the nano steamer 6 inches away from the hair.
3. Apply scalp care product and massage scalp gently, then apply steam to scalp for 5 to 8 minutes.

HAIR COLOR
How to Use
1. Before applying hair color cream, apply steam to hair for 3 to 5 minutes with the nano steamer 6 inches away from the hair.
– Deeply cleans hair and helps open hair.
– Sterilizes hair and prevents grease from interfering with color application.2. After finishing hair coloring procedure, apply steam to hair for 8 minutes with the nano steamer 30 cm away from the hair.
– Quickly combines hair color cream and negative ions.
– Helps hair color cream rapidly penetrate into hair and shortens time to soften the hair.
3. After cleansing hair, apply steam to hair for 8 minutes with the nano steamer 6 inches away from the hair.
– Deep moisturizing to help hair become smooth and soft.
– Enhances coloring effect and removes odors.

HAIR PERMING
How to Use
1. Cleanse hair and then dry it.
2. Apply steam to hair for 3 to 5 minutes with the nano steamer 6 inches away from the hair.
– Deeply cleans and sterilizes hair.
– Controls scalp oil.
3. After using hair perm rods and reductant, apply steam to hair for 5 to 8 minutes. Each rod should be steamed more than once.
– Rapid penetration into hair without any damage.
4. After using oxidant, apply steam to hair for 5 to 8 minutes.
– Quickly combines negative ions and oxidants.
– Enhances hair gloss, texture, elasticity and dynamic lines.
5. After cleaning and drying the hair, apply steam to hair for 3 to 5 minutes.
– Rapidly moisturizes hair and removes odor.
– Repairs damaged hair.
– Helps hair become smooth and soft.

Warning: Do not turn off the machine by directly unplugging the main switch. This can damage the machine.

Reminders:
Always apply sufficient time on the machine timer located in front of the machine to avoid interruption during operation. If time initially set is insufficient, minutes can be increased as needed.
Use distilled water only with your Nano Steam Machine. Minerals in other types of water can cause damage to the machine.

PROPER CLEANING PROCEDURE BEFORE STORAGE
Make sure machine is turned off and unplugged from the main switch.
Remove the hose connected to the container tank.
Switch on the clean button. This will clear out excess water stored inside the machine.
Once the water is completely clear, switch off the clean button.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Reminder: Use 1 bottle of vinegar and distilled water with 1:1 ration for cleaning, and 1 bottle of distilled water to clear the vinegar solution from the system.
– Using the 1:1 vinegar and distilled water solution, switch on the clean button and let the solution pass through the machine system in order to remove dirt.
– Using a bottle of distilled water, switch on the clean button to let the distilled water remove the vinegar residue inside the system before using the machine.
We recommend to do a weekly preventive maintenance or when you notice the machine performance decreases.

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Best LED Light Therapy Face Masks

Do LED Light Masks Really Work?
They look robotic — like a Stormtrooper’s headgear from Star Wars, if you will — and promise to give you clearer, smoother-looking skin. Called LED light masks, they are what they sound like: devices illuminated by LED lights that you wear over your face.

Here’s what you need to know before you invest in the celebrity-beloved beauty trend, including how and if the masks work, what you’ll pay, and the best products according to board-certified dermatologists.

Are LED Masks Safe to Use?
LED masks have an “excellent” safety profile, according to a review published in February 2018 in the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology.

And though you may have heard more people talking about them lately, they’re nothing new. These devices have been around for decades and are generally used by dermatologists or aestheticians in an office setting to treat inflammation after facials, minimize breakouts, and give skin an overall boost. Today you can purchase these devices and use them at home.

The convenience of improving your skin while sipping vino or lying in bed may be a huge selling point — it makes skin care look easy. If people believe the masks work as effectively as an in-office treatment, they save time commuting to the doctor, waiting to see a dermatologist, and money for office visits.

What Does an LED Mask Do to Your Skin?
Each mask employs a different spectrum of light wavelengths that penetrate the skin to trigger changes at the molecular level.

Each spectrum of light produces a different color to target various skin concerns.

For instance, red light is designed to increase circulation and stimulate collagen, making it useful for those who are looking to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, she explains. A loss of collagen, which tends to happen in aging and sun-damaged skin, can contribute to fine lines and wrinkles.

On the other hand, blue light targets bacteria that cause acne, which can help stop the cycle of breakouts. Those are the two most common and popular colors used, but other masks on the market use additional light, such as yellow (to reduce redness) and green (to lessen pigmentation).

At-home skin-care routines have really leveled up over the past few years, especially in the tool arena, and no skin-care gadget is as intriguing as the LED light-therapy mask.

Celebrities are no longer the only ones who get to wear luminescent masks and haunt the public’s dreams by Instagramming their LED selfies. There are now several regular-person versions available online, meaning anyone can harness the power of LED light — usually of the blue (bacteria-killing) and red (collagen- and elastin-stimulating) varieties — without a fancy dermatologist’s supervision.

Though they make you look slightly upsetting on the outside, these eight LED light-therapy masks will get you glowing underneath by reducing inflammation, acne, wrinkles, and discoloration at depths your topical products can’t on their own.

What are the benefits of LED masks?
LED masks for the skin help treat a variety of different skin concerns, such as firming the skin, combating wrinkles, reducing inflammation, preventing breakouts, and regulating oil production.

Green light is typically used for hyperpigmentation by targeting melanocytes, quelling toxic free radicals, and breaking up melanin clusters. It inhibits the production of excess melanin and prevents it from traveling to the skin surface. On the other hand, red light triggers cells called fibroblasts to produce collagen and elastin, making it ideal for anti-aging. This can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and thin skin.

And lastly, blue light is typically used to treat acne. Blue light stimulates the production of oxygen radicals that kill the acne-causing bacteria C. acnes. It has also been shown to reduce activity in the sebaceous glands, so they produce less of the oil that can plug pores and trigger acne.

Can you use different LED lights at the same time?
Absolutely! Because red light has also been shown to reduce the production of cytokines, which cause inflammation, it is commonly used in combination with blue light to manage inflammatory conditions like acne and rosacea.

Are there any side effects to LED masks?
After years of being taught that UV light is dangerous, it might seem counterintuitive to intentionally treat your face with light. But don’t worry—LED light is completely safe and won’t cause any damage. LEDs are usually very safe for all skin colors and types as the procedure is non-invasive and does not require the application of any topicals with the potential for irritation.

But there are some concerns of eye damage, especially if you have a history of seizures or migraines triggered by bright lights, so always shield the eyes or wear eye protection when using a LED device. People who take photosensitizing medications like lithium, certain antipsychotics, or some antibiotics should avoid LED light altogether.

How long will it take to see results?
If you’re looking to see an instant improvement, at-home LED light therapy probably isn’t for you. Remember what I said about these gadgets not being nearly as powerful as an in-office treatment? You’ll likely have to wait a minimum of four to six weeks, or longer, to notice any visible skin improvements. Make sure you are the type of person who will be consistent with using it because it won’t do any good otherwise.

Also, it’s helpful to keep your expectations in check. If you have more established wrinkles or severe (read: cystic) acne, talk to your dermatologist about other possible treatments (like Botox or Accutane), as your skin may not be very responsive to at-home light therapy.

The Best LED Light Masks
If you’re curious to try LED masks at home, shop Best LED masks.

Hydra Needle 20 Pins Micro Needle Meso Derma Rolling Needle-Free Mesotherapy

Hydra Needle is an effective microneedle device for delivering cosmetic serum into the skin. With just a light tapping motion, the serum flows into the skin, using less product and delivering the serum under the dermis. The 0.5mm gold-plated microneedles have the same thickness as hair and pierce the skin painlessly.

Hydra Needle is a small device for carrying cosmeceuticals and hair regrowth solutions to the lower layer of the epidermis. Equipped with a reservoir and thin micro-needles, it offers the chance to create micro-channels without feeling pain. A special spiral system allows the instantly descent of the cosmetic during use, offering unmatched efficiency.

Hydra needle is a good method that helps solution take effect inside the skin. It is micro needle device for delivering cosmetic and hair growth solution into the dermis by lightly tapping it on your skin especially around eyes. 20ea of micro needles with the same hair thickness forms fine holes in the skin without pain. Also Special spiral system is designed on each of those micro needles through which the solution flow down and can be transferred into dermis very directly and effectively.

The needles are made of titanium and gold plated.
Stimulation of skin cells induces the production of collagen for skin regeneration.
Disposable and Sterile.
Model with Stamp of 20 micro-needles with thickness 0.5mm
Capacity 5ml

Instructions:
• Wash skin with warm water.
• Sterilize the unit before and after each use.
• Use just a few drops of serum per treatment. Serum should be similar in consistency to olive oil.
• Prime the device by tapping on the back of your hand a few times.
• Be sure the device is vertical when using so the serum comes out evenly.
• Tap in an even pattern over the treatment area.
• If you have serum on your skin after the treatment, rub it lightly into the skin.

Note: Serum not included.

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Product Selling Point:
The Hydra needles can be imported into the medicine quickly and reach a rate of more than 80%! Minimize skin damage while ensuring drug delivery
Convenient to use it in combination with the menstruum and repair lyophilized powder.
To avoid pseudo-wrinkle regeneration.And it’s applied to facial care and whitening
water to make skin more smooth.
Applied to facial care and whitening water to make skin more smooth
Improve elasticity of skin.
Reduce pore size and firming.
Smoothen acne scars.
Reduce fine lines, wrinkles and dark circle.
Skin friendly, safe and faster skin restructuring.

Specification:
Type: Hydra needles 20
Color: Clear
Needle material: Titanium Alloy
Needle quantity: 20 needles
Bottle material: Glass
Capacity: 6ml
Needle Size: Approx. 0.2mm,0.5mm,1.0mm
Package size: Approx. 12x8x2.5cm
Included:
Quantity: 1Pcs
Package:1x Hydra needles 20
Before using, the product must be sterilized!!
Each microneedle care Therapy interval is about 5-7 days,
and After the Therapy can’t touch water for 12 hours.

Note:
1.The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website
caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness.
2.Please allow slight deviation for the measurement data.
3.Please allow 1-2cm error due to the hand measurement.
Made of environmentally friendly and harmless materials
Make you stand out in the crowd and be more confident
Small and delicate, easy to use
Please read the product parameters before you decide whether to place an order
If you encounter any problems after the purchase please contact us in time

Get Your Hydra Needles from DermaRollingSystem.com.

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Skin Boosting with Hydraneedle – Derma Rolling System

Every single year people waste money on skincare products by slathering it on their outer layer of dead skin. And because it doesn’t get where it’s needed, it doesn’t work, and you’re left stuck with skin concerns. This tool, that’s used by dermatologists, increases how much serum you can absorb by 80% which lets you effectively treat your wrinkles, discolouration and acne scars from just 3 sessions.

HydraNeedle is a revolutionary single-use microneedling/microchanneling device used to inject a variety of serums into the skin.

How it works
The Hydra Needle is the new way to treat wrinkles, discolouration and acne scarring from home with a clinical evidence based device. Its high-quality bottle dispenses your serums, while 20 tiny micro-needles on top, plated with 24k gold, create pathways that lead serums past your outer skin layer when you dot it on your skin. The ‘needles’ only go up to 0.6mm and are thinner than a human hair. In other words, they don’t penetrate far enough to be a risky procedure or cause pain, but far enough to get important ingredients into your skin and make your serums work. In fact, it increases absorption by up to 80%.

Devices 0.5mm and above can even delve into the second layer of skin. This triggers your body’s wound healing response, which causes new healthy skin to be created, and collagen to be produced leading to fewer wrinkles and much firmer skin.

The microneedling device is most commonly used to deliver cosmetic rejuvenation serums into the skin. These micro-infusion treatments improve skin texture, hydration, and elasticity. It not only improves fine lines and wrinkles, but can also improve acne scars, stretch marks, pore size, redness, and overall skin quality.

Many patients notice a skin plumping and brightening effect immediately but results are usually seen 3-7 days after treatment and typically last approximately 3-4 months (depending on the condition being treated, your lifestyle, and overall skin quality).

This procedure can be done as often as every 1-3 months, as doing several treatments throughout the year will continue to improve long term skin quality. We find that Hydraneedle treatments work best in a series of 3 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart.

Benefits for your skin
Tackles all signs of ageing
Microneedling can lead to a 400% rise in collagen, something we know greatly reduces wrinkles and works wonders for loose or thinning skin. You’ll be able to use your Hydra Needle anywhere to reap these benefits, including crows feet, ‘laughter lines’, the chest, neck and back of your hands.

Improve the overall look of your skin
Thanks to its ability to speed up the production of collagen, elastin and growth factors, microneedling can repair and rejuvenate the overall look of your skin. In fact, a study in the International Journal of Dermatology labelled microneedling as the new way to achieve “skin rejuvenation, tightening, and scar remodelling”.

Fades acne scarring
Microneedling has been found to fade acne scars for all skin colours and types. These scars are often quite rooted in the skin’s layers but the micro-needles are able to reach them. In another study on the effects of microneedling nearly 100% of acne-scarred participants reported a significant improvement in their scars.

Remove skin discolouration
Microneedles treat hyperpigmentation by normalising pigment cells, peeling the skin and increasing the effects of lightening ingredients like vitamin C. It even has a positive impact in the treatment of melasma, a skin condition that appears as blotchy, brownish facial pigmentation.

Reduce pore size
Another benefit of microneedling is that it helps pores appear smaller. As it stimulates collagen in and around your pores, it causes them to appear plump and reduced.

Get Your Hydra Needles from DermaRollingSystem.com.

 

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5 Reasons Microneedling Tool Is So Beneficial for Your Skin

You may find it hard to believe that purposely injuring your skin can reverse the signs of aging, improve the tone of your skin, and get rid of those acne scars — those unwelcome but constant reminders of a more difficult time in your life. But that’s exactly how microneedling works.

Microneedling can improve the look and health of your skin. We want to share with you some of the benefits of this minimally invasive beauty tool.

1. Stimulates collagen production
Microneedling is often referred to as collagen induction therapy. Collagen is a structural protein that keeps your skin strong and resilient. Production of this youth-promoting protein decreases as you get older, which contributes to the development of the lines and wrinkles.

The tool we use for your microneedling creates microtears in the surface layer of your skin. These tiny tears trigger the self-healing mechanism in your skin, which includes an increase in the production of collagen.

2. Smooths out lines and wrinkles
By upping the production of collagen, microneedling restores your skin’s strength and elasticity, which improves firmness to smooth out those fine lines and wrinkles to make them less visible.

Microneedling also takes very little time, usually an hour or less. And to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible, we apply a numbing agent to your skin before we start treatment.

You may experience some redness following your session, but there’s no need for downtime — you can resume your usual activities afterward. We do, however, recommend you be diligent about the use of sunblock to protect your skin as it heals and rejuvenates.

3. Improves skin tone
The sun isn’t a friend to your skin. In addition to accelerating the breakdown of collagen, too much sun can cause areas of hyperpigmentation on your face and hands, or what we refer to as sun spots. The microneedling helps break up your hyperpigmented skin, while at the same time improving cell turnover to give you a more even complexion.

4. Treats scars
Your acne may be gone, but the scars left behind can have a long-lasting effect on your self-esteem and self-confidence. However, microneedling may be the solution you’ve long sought. By stimulating your skin’s repair process, microneedling allows your skin to fill in your recessed acne scars and improve the texture and look of your skin.

In addition to acne scars, microneedling is also an effective treatment for scars caused by trauma and surgery. We can even use the tool to help get rid of your stretch marks.

5. Assists delivery of platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a form of regenerative medicine that contains a high concentration of the healing properties found in your blood, including platelets, growth factors, and specialized proteins. Depending on your aesthetic goals, we may suggest adding PRP to your microneedling treatment to accelerate the repair process.

We create the PRP we use for your treatment from a sample of your own blood and apply it to your skin before we begin your microneedling. The tiny needle drives the healing properties from the PRP into the surface layer of your skin to maximize the beautification process.

Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that can change the entire structure and look of your skin.

Get Your Microneedling Tool from DermaRollingSystem.com.

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Microneedle pen auto digital derma pen injector with serum dermapen for face lift at home

Previous micro needling pen and derma roller during operation have to someone assist to apply cosmetics. Mostly skincare cosmetics apply on face with these machine is liquid can not stay on face long. So it is one of trouble to using this machine.
This electronic micro needling pen solve this problem, could fill cosmtics into syringe and apply by machine during operation.Depth max 2.0mm could be adjusted as using needed. Runing speed with 5 level, rechargebale power supply easy to carry.

Derma pen advantage:
Minimised epidermal damage
Less pain and erythema as high speed with vertical direction
More easy to operate at the small or curved areas
Adjust micro needle length (0.25~2.0mm)
Prevent cross infection, adopt with disposable needles
More quickly and efficient than manual Micro-needle

What’s the benefits.
Microneedling widly use on wrinkle remove, pores refining, pigment remove and acne scars remove. There are two series consumable needle.
One is nano needle with chips ahead without bleeding during treatment. Could work with serum to reach skin lighting and pigment remove function.
Another needle with needle insert to skin max 2.0mm, for pores refining, wrinkle remove and acne scar remove.

What kind of serum could use with micro needle.
All liquid cosmetics after certificate could apply on face until skin dermis could be apply by microneedling. According to different beauty serum function could reach different treatment effect.
After treatment could apply special calm mask to anti-swell and help to recover.

2 in 1 Mini Water Mesotherapy Injector Nano Derma Pen is an advanced skin micro-needling device that works to tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin. The unique spring-loaded needle tip of the Dermapen uses an automated needling motion that minimizes pain and discomfort, while better promoting an even absorption of topical serums, such as PRP, hyaluronic acid, hydrogenated collagen, Vitamin C and peptides into the skin. The results are youthful looking skin with even tone and texture and down-time of only one day. Water electric microneedle is effective in reducing fine lines and wrinkles, minimizing pore size and acne scars.

Introduction:
Unlike the conventional skin treatment remedies, you do not have to spend a fortune on the
dermapen. It is least expensive. The sharp needles on the dermapen will create miniscule pores on the uppermost layer of the skin. This in turn will enhance collagen production and will replace dead skin tissues with new skin cells. One of the greatest advantages of using the derma pen is that you do not have to wait for long to see visible and better results. It is easy to use the
dermapen. You just need to follow the instructions on the manual that comes along with the kit of the dermapen.
The needles are sterile and you do not have to worry about any infection or skin allergies. This also a great advantage of the dermapen, as the usage of other derma pen in the market can cause pain and will create rashes when you use them. Hereafter, you do not have to bother about fixing appointments with busy dermatologists or visit their overcrowded skin clinics. You can use the dermapen at the leisure and comfort of your home. The device is compact and you can easily carry it while you are on a business trip or while you are on vacations.

Features
1.It is electric micro needle derma roller.
2.The needle is stain steel needle.
3.Each derma roller has 2 tips.each tip has 12 needles.
4.you can adjust the size of the needle and also the vibrating frequency.

Functions
1. Scar removal including acne scar removal or treatment.
2. Stretch mark removal
3. Anti ageing,wrinkle
4. Cellulite treatment/ cellulite reduction or removal.
5. Hair loss treatment/ hair restoration
6. Hyper pigmentation treatment.

Advantages:
2.Visual and noticeable improvement in a few days from the first treatment
3.Short healing time
4.No permanent damage or injury
5.No bruising, infection, discoloration or other complications
6.Extremely high absorption of any active ingredients
7.Almost all skin types can be treated
8.Thickens the dermis without damaging or removing epidermis.

Used Method:
Different needle length takes a different using method
The size of 0–0.50mm use method is:in the skin on the circle treatment.
The size of 1.00–2.50mm use method is:likes the stamp roller using way(stamp on the skin)

Effects of derma pen
A.Wrinkle removal,acne removal,improve scar,rejuvenation
B.The narrow focus of the site(glabellum,wrinkle,scar)
C.Shrink pores
D.Treatment of striate gravidarum
E.Improve wrinkle and fine lines
F.Treatment of acne scars and healing wounds
G.Micro pigmentation derma pen is very effective for kinds of skin care treatments.

Specifications
-Adapter:5V-1000MA
-Power supply:Rechargeable with Battery
-Batteries quantities:2pcs lithium batteries
-work time/time(charging full):2-3 hours/cordless used
-Vibrate frequency:8000-10000r/m
-Needle depth:0-2.0mm adjust
-Needle numbers:1/3/7/9/12/36/42/nano
-Pen size:20X4.5cm

II Application:
1. Wrinkle removal,acne removal,improve scar, rejuvenation
2. For the narrow focus of the site can be treated(glabella, depth, wrinkle, scar)
3. Shrink pores
4. treatment of stria gravidarum
5. Lifting
6. Treatment of acne scars and healing wounds

III Used Method:
Different needle length takes a different using method
The size of 0–0.50mm use method is:in the skin on the circle treatment.
The size of 1.00–2.0mm use method is:likes the stamp roller using way(stamp on the skin).

Features:
The product is automatic and rechargeable. It is easy to use, and also safe to use since the needle tips are hidden inside the guide.Needle tips are disposable. It is safe to share the hand-piece with other patient. Be sure to change needles and the guide.It is economical. You do not have to buy a new one every time. Just replace the needle!The needle tips are inserted to your skin at a perpendicularly, pain is minimized.Needle length is adjustable to different sizes depends on the areas or the purpose of the treatment.It is more convenient to treat narrow areas such as nose, around eyes, or mouth, and the hand-piece allows you to treat areas in whichever angles you want to.Purpose of use: This device helps drugs(cosmetics) to be penetrated and absorbed with stimulating the skin.

Parameters:
Voltage 110-220V
Output voltage 5V,1000MA
Needles size 0.25mm,0.5mm,1.0mm,1.5mm,2.0mm,2.5mm
Needle cartridge: 1R,3R,7F,9,12,24,36,42,Round Nano,2D,3D,5D
Needle material: Stainless Steel & titanium
Speed 6500-10000r/m
G.W: 2KG
Packing 22*18*13cm

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