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Needle Head 0.2mm Face (Refill)

Compatible with the Swiss Clinic 3-in-1 Microneedling Skin Roller. The 0,2mm is the perfect needle length for a beginner, as preventive skincare for younger skin, and for those with sensitive skin.
£19.00
What does it do?

When using the Skin Roller, hundreds of micro needles in surgical steel, penetrate the skin’s upper layers. Except for increased cell renewal, the treatment also improves collagen and elastin production. Last but not least, skin’s absorption of succeeding products increase by up to 3 times as much

Best for

Prevents fine lines, wrinkles and reduces the appearance of stretch marks or enlarged pores

Why do i need it?

Because you’ve invested in the best skincare products and now you want to make the most of them

what’s the secret?

Our skin is a barrier, designed to keep things out. By incorporating a roller into your routine, it creates microchannels in the skin to allow deeper penetration of your serums. Home rolling is focused on product penetration and is shallower than the professional needling treatments we perform at the clinic. This shallower depth ensures optimum results without the risk of damaging the skin. 

If your skin is feeling a little rough around the edges…

How to improve skin texture

how to use it

0,2 mm Face - Perfect for thin and/or sensitive skin. Also recommended preventively for younger skin and for the delicate skin around the eyes. Perfect for beginners

it should last

Needle heads should be replaced every 4-6 weeks, depending on frequency of use

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  • Ingredients

    Contains: 1x Skin Roller Needle Head 0,2 mm Face (600 needles)

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