This or That; Derma Roller Review

Microneedling has great results! I have gotten this facial done now three times at the spa, and I have been blown away by the results. It has helped with skin texture and appearance, fine lines, minimizing pores, and even with acne scarring. However, it is a pricey treatment, and there is a bit of downtime. So today I wanted to share my derma roller review for AT HOME.

When I say getting microneedling has “downtime” I mean by, your skin does peel, and you should avoid makeup for the first 24 to 48hrs. Your face is also red for a good 6 hours after your facial (at least mine was).

Houston beauty blogger Uptown with Elly Brown sits down in a video to share more at home microneedling and her Derma Roller Review.

With that said, I wanted to try derma rolling, but at home. There are SO many derma rollers out there, and really, how do you choose?! In today’s video(below), I bought two different rollers and tested them BOTH out.

here is my Derma Roller Review:

Learn more about the GloPro here / Learn more about the Ora here


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I’ve never tried derma rolling but have wanted to for the longest time! Thanks for the review, Elly. 🙂 Highly useful! ❤️❤️

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Amanda Williams

I’ve never had microneedling done but want to try it. Maybe I’ll give the glopro a try! I’m worried about the pain…. also curious, how do you clean the tool/ needles afterwards? Thanks!!


Choosing the right size of derma roller is the most important thing, if you are using minoxidil, then choose the smallest needle sized derma roller