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9 out of 10 Journalists Loved Dermaroller Therapy
After an extensive survey carried out by AesthetiCare, Genuine Dermaroller Therapy has received a comprehensive thumbs-up: a resounding 90% endorsement by journalists, to be precise.
The media’s top beauty columnists have not only stated that they’d recommend the treatment to others, but concluded that it’s altogether less invasive than many other treatments on the market. Newspapers heralding the therapy included The Daily Mail, Prima and The Evening Standard, emphasising just how popular Genuine Dermaroller Therapy has become.
It’s all well and good to shout ‘Dermaroller’ from the rooftops, but what does the treatment actually offer? Well for starters, it stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally. By using advanced micro-medical skin needling on the patient’s problem area, it significantly helps to improve the appearance of damaged skin. That’s your acne scars, facial lines, wrinkles, and even pesky stretch marks, not to mention the damage wreaked by the sun’s harsh rays.
Most importantly, it’s not an agonising affair: over 70% of the journalists claimed that it was a little uncomfortable at times, but never verging on painful.
There are currently 1,000 practitioners offering the treatment within the UK, so it’s safe to say Dermaroller is well-established and here to stay.
Dermaroller’s Managing Director Roger Bloxham said: “This interesting survey of top beauty journalists who really know their stuff demonstrates what a valuable and now established treatment Genuine Dermaroller Therapy is.”
He did, however, emphasise the importance of spreading the message that this is a treatment that needs to be conducted in a medical aesthetic setting. It is, as yet, unregulated in the UK, so hunting around for the right practitioner is important.
Quinn Clinics are the ONLY independent cosmetic clinic in Bristol to be registered with the Care Quality Commission, which means that their standards are audited and independently assessed by the independent regulator of all health and social care in England.
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