How should I use it

Start with a small portion of the face and roll the derma roller back and forth horizontally (for example, above your jawline), and then switch to up and down movements. Make sure you lift it up when switching to other parts of your face. Repeat this instructions for every part of your face, doing diagonal movements as well. We recommend avoiding the eyes area because the skin is very delicate. You may notice your skill will start to get red, but there should be no bleeding. Apply gentle but firm pressure while using it.

Extra 1.0mm needles – we recommend using this head for your body, following the same instructions. To clean it, you can both rinse and spray it with alcohol to properly sterilize it. If used regularly the derma roller should last at least an year, it depends on how often you use it. As a general rule of thumb you should change it when the needless start getting dull.

What should I use after rolling?

We recommend using a vitamin C serum as well as a moisturizer that has hyaluronic acid. The absorption of your skin care products will be much better after you have prepped the skin by using the roller.

How do I clean it?

We have found the best way to clean the derma roller is to spray rubbing alcohol over the head when you are finished with each use. After you have cleaned the derma roller make sure and store it in the case it comes with to keep it away from unwanted elements. We recommend replacing the derma roller every 6-8 months if you are using it several times a week.

How often should I use the derma roller?

This varies for each user. Let your skin be your guide. Those with more sensitive skin will use it less
often. We get great results using the derma roller once a week and sometimes a little bit more. Make sure you use light but firm pressure. Never push to the point of bleeding. If your skin is very sensitive you may only want to use it once per month. The derma roller we recommend has .75 mm needles for the facial roller and 1mm needles for the larger body roller. You don’t want the needles to be longer than 1mm for the facial area as it is not necessary and is more painful and may cause bleeding. The skin on the body is thicker and the 1mm works well for body areas. The rejuvenation process takes place over time so be consistent and patient with your derma roller. Most people will see some improvement within 60 days.

For a video demonstration on how to use the dermaroller click here.


What you will find
The sonic brush is inside a case that contains the product, a users guide and a box with a USB charger cable.

How to use it
If you’re wearing makeup, remove it before using. Avoid using exfoliating products that may damage the silicone fingers. Instead you can use any soap or cleanser.
Push the button you can find between the minus and the plus sign to start the sonic brush. Then use the plus and minus buttons to change the speed and make it faster or slower.
The sonic brush has 2 sides. The side with the buttons has smaller micro fingers. We recommend using this side for the cheeks and softer areas. The other side has bigger micro fingers and we recommend using it for the neck, jawline and forehead areas.
Fumiko suggests applying soap and to start from the forehead in circular motion. Move the brush gently. There’s no need to apply pressure, because the high frequency pulsations will be enough to clean your skin.
Use it on the rest of your face, including the mouth are with clockwise and counter clockwise movements. You can also apply this in your neck area. Once you’re ready, rinse your face with water and dry it with a towel. Clean the sonic brush with warm water and let it dry.

For a video demonstration on how to use the sonic face brush click here.


How to use?

Apply liberally to face, neck and décolleté areas each morning and evening. Use after cleansing and before applying sunblock