The Dermaroller for Hair Loss: How this Amazing Tool Stimulates Hair Regrowth

The Dermaroller for Hair Loss

Today I want to tell you about the most cost-effective hair loss treatment in the world.

I believe this treatment is far more effective than Minoxidil for its ability to increase blood circulation in the scalp. But it also increases cell production and collagen in the scalp. And yet it only costs $10 for a lifetime.

I’m talking of course about the Dermaroller.

If you haven’t already bought one, you need to get one!

It’s a small rolling pin covered in metal spikes, with a handle.

All you have to do is roll the spikes over your scalp twice per week. The mild (and unnoticeable) damage it does to the skin, causes your scalp to react by increasing cell production and blood flow.

When you combine this with my IGF-1 instructions, you have a double effect of increased cell production.

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According to the Division of Molecular Neurobiology at the University of Cincinnati, IGF-1 is able to “stimulate the proliferation of hair follicle cells” in the scalp.
So when we provoke a healing reaction in the scalp and then add IGF-1, we effectively tell the scalp to grow new hair.

But there’s more…

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, have discovered that mildly wounding the scalp may be the big hair loss cure of the future we’ve been searching for. By making small wounds in the scalp (which is exactly what a Dermaroller does), we trigger a reaction that we are all very familiar with – healing.

Wounding and hair growth

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The skin produces new skin cells to heal the damage.

But what if we could tell your scalp to not just grow skin cells, but to also grow new hair cells?

Just imagine what would happen to your scalp after just a few weeks of using a Dermaroller? And then after a few months?

Well, that’s exactly what I did. So believe me when I say, this IS the cure for hair loss. It’s not a future cure. It’s here right now.

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To use the methods I developed based on the research from Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and the Division of Molecular Neurobiology at the University of Cincinnati, download my instructions today.

In step 2 I explain exactly how to use a Dermaroller and topical IGF-1 to regrow your hair.

More about the Dermaroller for hair loss

Having studied and tested this product I have found it to be an excellent weapon in the fight against hair loss. The theory behind the Dermaroller is absolutely in sync with my theories on hair loss and hair growth.

The Dermaroller works by causing very minor damage to the skin (puncturing the skin with the tiny needles). This encourages the skin to regenerate and heal, where it would otherwise not do so.

Because the Dermaroller stimulates regeneration in the areas it is applied to, it can also work to stimulate hair re-growth (in places where hair loss has occurred). Stimulating blood circulation is a proven way of stopping hair loss and encouraging hair growth because it increases the supply if raw materials to the hair, thus encouraging increased growth.

Increased blood circulation in the scalp may also help reduce DHT levels in the scalp because the increased blood flow may help remove more DHT from the hair papilla –providing there is less DHT in the blood than there is in the papilla it travels to and from.

Would I recommend the Dermaroller for treating Hair Loss?

Absolutely. If you follow my views on how to stop hair loss and encourage hair growth you’ll know that the Dermaroller can be used to improve on the methods I outline in the circulation section of my hair loss eBook.

Causing minor short term damage to the scalp is an excellent way of encouraging scalp regeneration. The trick is to make sure that the regeneration involves hair regrowth — to do that you need to make sure your scalp is in ‘hair growth mode’ and not ‘hair loss mode’, as I put it in my book.

Click here for more information about the Dermaroller