WILL A DERMA ROLLER HELP MY STRETCH MARKS?

ive used everything! palmers cocoa butter bio oil vitamin e oil collagen n elastin creams retinol alphahydroxy acid strivectin.. they look the same af...


ive used everything! palmers cocoa butter bio oil vitamin e oil collagen n elastin creams retinol alphahydroxy acid strivectin.. they look the same after all that junk!

CREAMS N OILS SUCK! THEY DO NOT DO ANYTHING AT ALL FOR ME!

I want to get a laser treatment but first I was thinking about the derma roller.. its fine needles puncture the skin then you rub lotions on..supposed to penetrate deeper into the skin.. anyone ever use this?

HELP!

2 Responses to “WILL A DERMA ROLLER HELP MY STRETCH MARKS?”

  1. Andrew Dywe says:

    I am in the exact same situation as you, so I’m not going to start by telling you "stretch marks fade but never go away" because I am sick of hearing that. I am a 18 year old male, with a very athletic body shape but for some unknown reason I developed a stretch mark on each hip and a nasty cluster of them on my lower back and I too am defiantly going to get dermaroller treatment in the future if they don’t improve. I have used cocoa butter and biooil and they don’t appear to be doing much and it is really annoying to be spending so much money on creams and lotions and not see any visual results. However in their defence I have only been using them for a couple of months and in the early stages I didnt apply the creams regularly. I cant really answer your question but I do have some advice and a few suggestions.

    The thing that I keep telling my self is that I have to give these lotions time. Biooil takes three months to start seeing improvement – that don’t mean that after three months of using it they will have faded drastically, they may only have faded slightly by this time. People who have faded stretch marks are the people who work hard to improve them and constantly apply cream and seek medical advice. I grantee that most of the people here who answer negativity about stretch marks don’t give these creams and lotions any time to work – so really you shouldn’t read what they have to say.

    My suggestion to you is keep applying all these creams a couple times a day for another couple of months. If you are really worried about them you could keep a diary; noting improvement, colour, size etc, so you can compare how they were from two different dates. This will allow you to see if there is any improvement. You could also keep a photo diary, comparing older picture of them to newer ones to see if you can see a visual improvement. These photos could also come in handy in the future if you want to go down the medical cosmetic route. After a couple of months if there has been no improvement then go to your doctor and get a recommendation to somewhere you can receive dermaroller or lazer treatment.

    I honestly wish you the best of luck and I hope that you get results you are looking for.

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