AT HOME VS. PROFESSIONAL MICRONEEDLING.
“The main ways they can become unsafe is if people overdo it with the pressure, and don’t keep the roller clean, which could cause infection,” she said. Diana Yerkes, head esthetician at New York City’s Rescue Spa agrees. “At home microneedling is safe and effective if you are using a correct tool,” she said.
When it comes to at-home microneedling, both agree that at-home treatments help most with product absorption. “Microneedling rollers improve product penetration by close to 80 percent, therefore increasing its efficacy,” Diana Chiticari Yerkes said.