We have discovered the magnificent way to cure our skin problems. And it takes time.. So while using the derma roller to much is unhealthy to your skin, you might be asking your self - how do I make each session more effective? In other words – How do I get even more out of this great device? Well here are the most effective ways to really boost the process:
Supplying your skin natural nutrients that assist the collagen formation is THE top “hack” for boosting derma rolling treatments at home. You will find that serums containing vitamin C and/or hyaluronic acid serum are highly effective. Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant and anti-ager that helps stimulating the collagen production. The derma roller enables these natural nutrients to be absorbed in a deeper layer of the skin and in a greater amount. Use a serum! You wont regret it.
Vitamins such as A,C and E are very healthy for your skin, But where can we find these vitamins in there natural form ? Exactly – In your diet. Everything you eat becomes a part of not only your inner being, but the outer fabric of your body as well. The healthier the foods are that you consume, the better your skin will look. In fact, what you eat can be as important as the serums and creams you apply on your skin. That’s why we rounded up some foods that are good for you — and fantastic for your skin.
When researchers in a 2012 study in PLOS ONE analyzed the diets of 1264 women, they found that a higher consumption of olive oil (more than 8.4 grams or 2 teaspoons a day) was associated with 31% fewer signs of aging compared to people who ate less than 3.8 grams (about 1 teaspoon). Olive oil beat out the other oils tested, including sunflower and peanut. Why? About 75% of the fat in olive oil is monounsaturated fatty acids, which may play a role in the youth boost. The antioxidant polyphenols in olive oil could also quench damaging free radicals.
People who ate 5 tablespoons of tomato paste daily, along with almost a tablespoon of olive oil for 12 weeks, had 33% more protection from sunburn compared to a control group that ate just olive oil, according to a 2008 UK study. The antioxidant lycopene (levels of which are higher in cooked, processed tomatoes) improves skin’s natural SPF.
A whole grain oatmeal is a better pick for breakfast over a bagel and jelly. Refined, sugary carbs that prompt your body to make insulin and increase the production of hormones known as androgens. Elevated androgens cause sebaceous glands in the skin to secrete more oil that gets trapped inside pores, causing pimples. Instead of brown sugar, add natural sweetness to your oatmeal with chopped fruit.
One serving (3.5 ounces) of these little swimmers contains 1.5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids, making it one of the best sources of the fat. Fatty fish is particularly rich in the type of omega-3 called DHA, an anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is now known as the root cause of acne. Packing your diet with these omega-3s (also found in salmon) can help keep your skin clear.
Who needs blush? Filling up on carrots can give you a natural glow. A 2011 UK study found that people who eat a higher amount of carotenoid-containing fruits and vegetables, like carrots, have more yellow tones in their skin, giving them a complexion that others rated as looking healthier.