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ORA Microneedle Skin Roller

$19.99 for an ORA Skin-Resurfacing Microneedle Roller System ($150 List Price). Free Shipping.

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Questions and Answers 26 questions

Q:

Can it be used on the acne prone face (obviously not directly on acne)?

Joo M.  asked on  Jul 20, 2013

A:

If you do not have any active acne or rosacea then you should be okay to use the roller. However, do not use roller if your skin is irritated or infected, or if you have any skin conditions such as active acne, rosacea, eczema, raised moles, or psoriasis. Wait for the affected area to heal before treating with the roller. If you are not sure about your skin condition and your suitability for using the roller, you should consult a dermatologist or skincare specialist before using the Roller.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jul 21, 2013

Q:

How much improvement in wrinkles can those over 70 expect? I'm 75 and have a 71 yr old sister; I'd like to get one for us both but not if it's hopeless at our age. My skin is in excellent condition guesses about my age usually range from mid 50's to 60. thanks.

Darlene C.  asked on  Jul 21, 2013

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There is no age limit to using the ORA roller, which helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, stretch marks, and scars.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jul 21, 2013

Q:

Can this be used on acne prone and sensitive skin? How many times or how long would I need to roll this on my skin? How soon can I expect results?

Phoua X.  asked on  Jul 19, 2013

A:

Do not use roller if your skin is irritated or infected, or if you have any skin conditions such as active acne, rosacea, eczema, raised moles, or psoriasis. Wait for the affected area to heal before treating with the roller. If you are not sure about your skin condition and your suitability for using the roller, you should consult a dermatologist or skincare specialist before using the Roller.

To use, roll back and forth at the same intensity on the treatment area 5-10 times in each of the four directions - horizontally, vertically, and diagonally. The time it takes to see results vary from person to person; some people see results in just a few days, while for others it takes longer.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jul 19, 2013

Q:

Are the needles stainless steel? How can I clean/sanitize/ disinfect the tool? How long does the needles measure, and is this method safe for pregnant women to use?

Phoua X.  asked on  Jul 19, 2013

A:

The needles are made of titanium, and the needle length is 0.25 mm. To sterilize, you can purchase the sterilization kit sold on the manufacturer's BEAUTY ORA site or by getting alcohol or sterilization solution for surgical devices at a medical supply store. We do not have any information on whether it is safe for pregnant women, so we advise against it.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jul 19, 2013

Q:

I noticed some odd statements in the description - something about tapioca pudding and about balding chia pets. I have copied them below. Is this a joke? "When rolled over skin with constant pressure and speed, the tiny needles create microchannels, which help increase the absorption of topical serums, creams, and tapioca pudding by up to 1,000 times." "Helps stimulate hair follicles on balding chia pets"

Jen M.  asked on  Jul 19, 2013

A:

Yes, that's just some Groupon humor to lighten up the writeup.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jul 19, 2013

Q:

Do you need to buy cream to go with the roller or anything else to make it work right

Dolores G.  asked on  Jul 19, 2013

A:

You do not need to use any cream or product to enjoy the full benefits of the ORA Microneedle-Roller System. However, the ORA Roller can greatly improve the effects of skin products such as cellulite cream, so we do encourage using your roller with your skin products.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jul 19, 2013

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