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, But the idea behind the process’ anti-aging magic is that lightly injuring the skin by poking tiny, superficial holes actually provokes it to react to the perceived harm by synthesizing more collagen and elastin as a defense mechanism. As we know, more collagen and elastin means younger looking skin and improved elasticity. Derma rolling offers a slew of complexion-enhancing benefits, including helping to fade acne scars and dark spots, soften fine lines, and refine enlarged pores. Using a derma roller before you apply your skin care products will  also help them absorb better, making them significantly more effective. Using a derma roller also allows you to reap the glow-inducing benefits of a jade roller or other facial massagers by stimulating blood flow and boosting circulation for a natural radiance.

There are a wide range of different sized needles, and some variations are better at treating specific skin concerns than others. For instance, if your goal is to reduce scarring and dark spots, a thicker and deeper needle will be required (as will a trip to see the derm) whereas if you’re merely looking to tighten pores and exfoliate, a thinner and shorter needle will do the trick just fine. For those new to derma rolling, it’s recommended to start with a smaller and less deep variety to avoid irritation or averse skin reactions. Most of the at-home derma roller you can buy online are between 0.20 to 0.25 milliliters, which is the perfect size for beginners. Check out our top selections below for fool-proof derma rollers to add to your skin care arsenal.

Is cinnamon safe in home made skin care?

I wanted to make epsom bath salts and maybe even a mask with clay and baking soda,too . So it won't be just pure cinnamon. I swear I read somewhere that cinnamon wasn't supposed to go directly on the skin, but now I can't find it.
Oh, and I'm


I have made skin care products for years, and have used cinnamon many times as an ingredient. Yes, cinnamon CAN be a skin irritant, but that is in oil form. The powdered cinnamon that you get in the spice section of the grocery store will not harm you.


No cinnamon. it is a skin irritant. A sprinkle for scent is okay, but more than that will burn and not help.


that answer seems strange to me. if you can eat it i can't see how it could possibly hurt your skin. i've have had cinnamon toast quite frequently and get cinnamon on my fingers and have never once had a problem. have never heard of anyone having

Do you know an good at home remedys/ skin care tips?

Ive tried out things like using toothpaste on spots and asprin as a facemask.
does anyone know any other cheap/free ideas like this for hair/beauty/skin?


for your pores:

1.wash your face
2.get a washcloth and put it in/under hot water. ring it out so its still moist and hot, but not dripping.
3.place it on your face and let it sit there for 30 seconds.
4.take it off


avacado....rub the big seed it really works


for your pores:

1.wash your face
2.get a washcloth and put it in/under hot water. ring it out so its still moist and hot, but not dripping.
3.place it on your face and let it sit there for 30 seconds.
4.take it off