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I’ll try almost any beauty tool in pursuit of a cherubic glow—especially if it prevents me from forking up large sums of cash for pricier in-office treatments. LED light therapy, microcurrent, and even a “needle-less” serum that claims to rival Botox—you name it, I’ve probably tried it. So an at-home take on microneedling (or “dermarolling”)—which involves rolling teeny tiny needles over your skin for a smooth, rejuvenated complexion—feels like a natural progression. And on sale? My add-to-cart senses are tingling already.
I’m talking about the BeautyBio GloPRO Microneedling Regeneration Tool ($130), the award-winning dermaroller designed to kick your skin’s renewal process into overdrive to support a firmer, smoother, and glowier complexion. Normally $200, the BeautyBio GloPRO is on a seriously steep discount right now. Which means if you’ve been wanting to take a stab (no pun intended) at microneedling, there’s no better time.
Originally $199, now $130
Shoppers say this award-winning at-home microneedling tool addresses everything from acne scarring and enlarged pores, to fine lines, wrinkles and loss of firmness, making it so worth the hype. And on sale? That’s a “yes” for me.
Wait—what’s microneedling again?
“Microneedling is the process of using needles to create numerous small, controlled injuries in the skin,” explains Elizabeth Geddes-Bruce MD, a board certified dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon at Westlake Dermatology. Sounds intense, but Dr. Geddes-Bruce says these tiny ‘injuries’ help promote healing and collagen production (and don’t worry—they don’t hurt). “This newer collagen translates into fresh skin with improved texture, tone, and fine lines,” she says. “Microneedling can also be a way to drive topical products deeper into the skin.”
Why derms approve
While it won’t replace an in-office treatment, Dr. Geddes-Bruce says the at-home tool is worth it for how easy it makes it to keep up with a regular micro needling routine. “The convenience leads to improved consistency and better results,” she says. “It’s also nice to have a device that can enhance the penetration of your skin care products.”
Additionally, Dr. Geddes-Bruce confirms that the needles look “just right,” meaning that they don’t penetrate the skin too deeply (which can cause adverse reactions if you’re not careful). What’s more, the GloPRO combines micro-needling with the soothing effects of red LED light to combat sensitivity, and gentle vibrations to keep you from using too much pressure. You’re getting two treatments for the price of one, on sale (!!).
“It seems like a fun tool for skin-care lovers, myself included!” says Dr. Geddes-Bruce. And frankly, same.
Why shoppers love BeautyBio’s GloPRO
It improves the look of acne scars, enlarged pores, and uneven texture (!!)
From acne scars and enlarged pores to fine lines and uneven texture, shoppers say the GloPRO smooths over them all.
“I bought this a month ago because I turned 40 and wanted to try a new tool for my fine lines and wrinkles, including a huge red old acne scar on my cheek. As the month went by it dawned on me that the acne scar completely disappeared,” writes one fan of the tool who gives it a five-star review.e
Another shopper says she’s tried professional microdermabrasion and microneedling treatments, and the GloPRO is the only thing that’s made a noticeable difference on the look of her pores. “After 2 weeks of using it every other day, my pores [appeared] smaller and my skin looked smoother,” says another five-star reviewer.
It firms and tightens skin
Finding products that actually work to firm skin can be tricky, but GloPRO users across the board say the tool definitely helps.
“I love this tool so much. Even with my sensitive skin I use it almost every night and my skin looks and feels firmer, tighter and more glowing in the morning!” writes one shopper. “It absolutely tightens the skin. I was using it once or twice a week and was very happy, then I stopped for a few months and noticed my skin was sagging and dry. Started using it again and after 2 uses, I saw an improvement,” says another.
Shop the tool while it’s on sale (through October 22) to see what all the hype is about for yourself.