How to Use

How to Safely Use The BoostFacial Serum-Infusing Derma Roller

You may wonder, “How is rolling hundreds of little needles into your face productive? And why would I want to try it?” Although it sounds unusual, derma rolling has a ton of benefits, including:

  • reducing wrinkles & stretch marks
  • improving acne scarring and skin discoloration
  • increasing collagen production and skin thickness
  • promoting full facial rejuvenation
  • amplifying product absorption

The whole process is fairly simple and will not take you longer than 5 minutes, once a week during your nighttime skincare routine. Below is how we recommend using your BoostFacial Serum-Infusing Derma Roller....

1. Disinfect Your Roller

Disinfect your derma roller by letting it soak in (at minimum) 70% Isopropyl Alcohol for approximately 1 to 2 minutes.

2. Wash Your Face

While your roller is soaking, thoroughly cleanse your face using a gentle pH-balanced cleanser. We recommend doing a double cleanse to ensure all of the makeup and debris from the day are completely washed away.

3. Assemble Your Roller

Remove the roller from the alcohol and place it into your BoostFacial Serum-Infusing Derma Roller by lining up the notches on both sides of the roller, with the notches on the serum dispenser.

4. Pump The Serum

Click the button on the bottom of the serum dispenser a few times until it starts to flow. Be sure that there is enough on the roller to provide enough of a "slip", so that the roller glides across the skin gently without pulling or tearing.

5. Roll, Roll, Roll

To begin, take your dermaroller and gently roll it over your skin vertically, rolling twice over your cheeks, forehead, chin, lips, and neck. No need to press too hard or put yourself in pain—apply as much pressure as you can comfortably tolerate. 

Be sure to lift your BoostFacial Serum-Infusing Derma Roller after each pass. This will prevent any skin tears and scarring.

After rolling vertically, it’s time to go back over the area you just rolled and repeat the process in a horizontal direction. You do need to roll diagonally, as this could create an uneven pattern distribution with more stress on the skin than there needs to be.

6. Disinfect Your Roller Again

Remove your roller and place it back into 70% Isopropyl Alcohol for approximately 5 minutes. After it is removed, let it dry before you return it to it's packaging for sterile keeping.

7. Apply The Rest of Your Skincare Routine

While your roller is soaking, finish off your skincare routine! We recommend staying away from active ingredients like retinoids and other acids, but a hydrating sheet mask, hyaluronic acid serum and a light moisturizer are always a good idea.