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Everything You Need to Know About Microneedling and Dermarollers

  What in the world is this microneedling thing we keep hearing about? Shutterstock Microneedling is a process that involves using needles to puncture hundreds of tiny holes in the skin (yes, seriously). It may seem like the newest trend in beauty skincare, but it’s actually been around and evolving for over 50 years! Fans […]
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