FADE ACNE SCARS AND PITS WITH THIS TRICK


Hello, Everyone! It’s a sunny day and I’m in a good mood so I will be sharing with you the product I use to reduce my acne scars.

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Acne pits and scars can be an annoying flaw, not to worry I got a fix for ya.

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Introducing Derma rollers! These bad boys are used by dermatologist to reduce unsightly acne pits and scars. They puncture your skin with micro-needles to boost collagen production and encourage new cell turnover. Mind you after derma rolling, your skin tends to absorb skincare products easily.



Derma Roller on Amazon / $12.79

How to use: Roll over acne scar and hyperpigmentation in an up-down and side to side motion, afterwards apply your desired serum.

Pros: Reduces acne scars, pits, fine lines, and wrinkles. Preps skin for maximum product absorption.
Cons: Irritates skin, causes redness and bleeding in severe cases.
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Note: I recommend Derma rolling with needles no less than 0.25mm.

Caution: Do not use if you use blood thinners or you have a serious skin condition. Consult your doctor before use.

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Thanks for reading. Please remember to leave your comments in the comment section below.
Photo Credit: Cover photo by Kjerstin_Michaela on Pixabay
Disclaimer: This is an unpaid review. All information gathered about the reviewed product was derived from personal experience after using a sample(s) of this product.

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Written by Iriowen

Hi I'm Iriowen. I'm a mom and lover of mother nature who will expose you to beauty secrets and better ways to lead a healthy lifestyle, all of which I learned growing up and as an adult.

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