Microneedling At Home: Is It Safe?
Last updated on September 19th, 2019
Dermapen’s Advice on Microneedling At Home
Are you considering microneedling at home?
Microneedling has grown immensely in popularity in recent years. Microneedling tends to create a lot of buzz because of the nature of the treatment and the results it gets. This has led to a rise in the number of people who now wish to perform the procedure on themselves — consequently, why not learn to do it in the comfort of your own home? Becoming a Dermapen certified home microneedling expert is possible, however there are risks to microneedling at home.
What does a microneedling expert know that I don’t?
Knowing the correct needle depth to use on a given part of the face or body requires a fully-trained microneedling professional. A professional will also use the correct devices for the correct microneedling treatments. But if you decide that you just can’t live without at home microneedling, you would still be very wise to consult a Dermapen practitioner who is knowledgeable, experienced, and certified.
We believe it’s important to point out that microneedling at home can be dangerous. The safety of your microneedling treatment is closely tied to the manufacturing quality of the device being used, so it’s important to make sure that your microneedling device purchased has been cleared by FDA. There are actually Dermapen counterfeits out there!
Get Dermapen certified microneedling training
If you are absolutely insistent on microneedling at home, please be safe and get the proper training!