I agree, only products that are meant to be delivered should be applied. This is because emu oil can act as a contact irritant. My protocol is copper peptide and or vitamin C after, then Vitamin A when skin has healed. Every specialist will have their own protocols. Dr Davin Lim, Laser and aesthetic dermatologist, Brisbane. Australia.
micro-needling of the skin is done, it is very important that nothing is
put on the skin that is not safe if it is delivered into or under the skin.
This of course includes Retinol and Emu oil. Micro-needling
creates micro-channels in the skin which enhance penetration of any topically
applied serums and medications. It is only by using products that are tested to
be safe for injection under the skin that you can be reassured that it would be
very unlikely to have an adverse reaction.
In my office we do medical micro-needling using a human growth factor serum that is specifically made to be safe for these treatments.
Thanks for your query. It depends upon the area on which you have done treatment. It can be used if you have done dermaroller for stretch marks. Hope it helps
All The Best