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Can i use my derma wand with benzoyl peroxide?

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Dr. John Walker
Plastic Surgery 27 years experience
Yes: From the company website: The DermaWand® also delivers enriched oxygen. The oxygen bathes the skin, soothing your senses with a fresh and clean fragrance. This enriched oxygen helps renew the skin’s surface and reduce the appearance of pore size." You can use DermaWand® with any skin care products you are currently using, although it’s recommended that you use it with the DermaVital products!

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Is it alright to use Benzoyl Peroxide after derma rolling?

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Dr. Pierrette Mimi Poinsett
Pediatrics 39 years experience
Derma rolling- no: Derma rolling or microneedling is not safe. You can end up with a skin infection or new scarring of your skin. Adding benzoyl peroxide to derma rolled skin can cause irritation and inflammation.

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