Just Want to Know the Truth About Dermarolling! Stockton on Tees, GB

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Hi I'm 25 years old and am considering...

Hi I'm 25 years old and am considering dermarolling but can't seem to sift through all the reviews to find a definitive answer. When I was a teenager I was always in the sun, always had an amazing tan (in the summer - live in England) and have burnt my face a couple of times. Since the age of 18 I've not really been in the sun and since the age of 20 I have been obsessed with wearing sun cream. I have a really good skin care regime and use retin a on sun induced freckles and wear SPF 50 every day. When I wear make up I do look really young can't go anywhere without my id but I really hate the look of my skin without it. It just looks unclean, clogged, drab and I have visible (albeit quite mild) sun damage on my nose. I have open pores where my nose and for head meet. I have monthly microdermabrasion but it's not doin much. Anyway I'm considering dermaroller to improve the texture and give my skin a boost and thought it was a safe alternative to laser but I've read a couple of things about it makin people's skin deteriorate and making them look older. Can this happen!? I'd really like some impartial advice off people I don't know as I have my consultation next week and when I booked my FREE consultation they were trying to make me put down a 20 pound deposit for the procedure which I hadn't even agreed to get- that's why I want a consultation!! So now I'll just be thinking that they'll advise me to get it anyway whether it's right for me or not. If I don't get this I was thinking of getting a course o superficial peels. Thanks guys :-)
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