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GOLD ROLL-CIT

$300.00Price

This elegant instrument is 14ct gold plated and has 260 ultra-fine needles of the highest grade surgical 316 stainless steel. The needs are 0.2mm in length. The Environ Gold Roller has the advantage of being easy to clean and gold naturally suppresses bacterial growth.

  • HOW TO USE

    Divide the area to be treated into sections – the forehead, the nose, the cheeks, the mouth area and the right and left sides of the neck, not forgetting the décolleté area and the back of the hands.

     

    Start on the forehead and roll vertically. Roll over the forehead and eyebrow area thoroughly. Gradually move across the skin until the forehead has been totally treatment about 2 to 5 times in a vertical direction. Then roll obliquely at the same intensity covering the same areas and finally roll horizontally, rolling over each area of the skin at least 2 to 5 times in each direction. Treat each area sequentially until the whole face, neck and décolleté have been treated thoroughly and evenly.

     

    Three to five minutes are usually sufficient for the face and neck, depending on your speed of rolling. The Gold Roll-CIT should be used on the upper and lower eyelid with caution. The upper eyelid cannot be treatment below the bone of the brow, unless the skin is pulled up taut onto the bony margin.

     

    The Environ Gold Roll-CIT may be used on all skin types excluding the following skin conditions: eczema, psoriasis, raised moles, solar keratosis, warts, skin cancer and problematic skin.

     

    The client must be prepared on adequate doses of topical vitamin A, C and E prior to the treatment to avoid the possibility of a retinoid reaction.