A Question……beauty Bioscience GloPRO Beauty Facial Tool #475-313
i have read all the information listed but I cannot find the length of the needles on the roller. Is it .25 or .5? Could you please find out. Thank you. They need to address this in their presentation.
Hasn’t dermarolling been around for years, just never caught on until the past few years, especially with the help of social media like you tube? I have seen hundreds of derma rolling sites. I see rollers made from stainless steel or titanium advertised, with varying numbers of needles, and varying lengths for home use from 0.25, 0.5. 0.75. 1.0 and 1.5 ml. The rollers themselves are not that expensive, around 30 dollars. They do not have an LED light attached or sonic like the glopro. Is that what the difference is between this GloPro roller and all the rest on the market for much less than 200 bucks? Also, the rollers should be replaced after every few times of use because a dull roller can actually cause damage and tears to the skin. But these GloPro repalcement roller heads are 50 dollars for 2 heads. If we use these every day, this would become quite an expense. I have read it is best for collagen induction to dermaroll once every 2 to 4 weeks, and for collagen induction, to use a 0.5 mm needle length, because anything less does not go deep enough to make collagen. I have seen videos on derma rolling on you tube with documentation of the progress being made using pictures and videos many,many times. There is no mistaking that a plain stainless steel roller of 0.5 mm needles can bring great improvement in acne scarring and wrinkles. I would like to know if the great increase in cost of the GloPro over a plain stainless steel roller is because of the LED light and the sonic feature, because what is really causing the improvement are the micro channels and subsequent collagen formation brought about by the needles. How much improvement above and beyond the needles themselves will the sonic and LED features bring? This device has .3 mm needles, which many say are just long enough to help serums absorb into the skin better through the micro channels, not create new collagen. I hope everyone will research derma rolling before spending a lot of money on the GloPro.
Hi again! Yes, needle length is .3 mm. Anything .3 mm and greater is proven to stimulate collagen production. We recommend anything .5 mm and above (.5 mm to 2 mm) to be administered under the care of a medical professional for deep scares, etc.
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With Beauty Bioscience being on the Beauty Report tonight could you please find out the needle length on their beauty roller being offered tonight? Thanks so much 🙂
Sarah is there any way you could give my email address to the vendors at Beauty Bioscience and have them contact me so I can get the information on the needle length on their beauty roller device? I looked on the Internet and they don’t have a direct site. All I could find was the Guthy|Renker site that sells their products thru a autoship program. Thanks so much.
I hope we can find out! This is very important as to the results one will get from using this. We as consumers need to get the right information. Is there any way we could get the email address for Beauty Bioscience? I looked on line but they don’t have a site.
, I checked with our buyers but unfortunately they do not have this info available.
Thanks Sarah. Depending on the length of the needles on the rollers is important. Because if their .25 you might be able to use this every day as they state. But beyond that length one should use only once a week or even once a month. If you google this you will find out. I hope in future presentations the vender will address this. Also Amy said you can use this on your neck area everyday. I think she should read up on using this. If one has sensitive skin this type of tool should be used by your dermatologist under supervision.
I’ll check with our beauty teams and see what info they have on this. Once I know, I’ll respond here.
Hi there, I like Bison but have never tried Tony’s. If my calculations are correct, you get about 9 pounds of meat for $150 which is pricey as far as I am concerned. I see the caloric differences as well as fat content which is great but my other concern is that the sodium does not seem to be any less on the hot dogs and some of his other items so hardly qualifying for health benefits. Also, I was surprised to see Sodium Nitrate as one of the ingredients in some of the products as Nitrates/Nitrites may be linked to cancer. I was thinking about trying this until I saw the nitrates and I hope that Tony will work to make products without it.
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04.04.16 9:28 PM