ZGTS Derma Roller : Titanium Review
I mentioned in one of my earlier posts that I was going to try a new roller brand. It is called ZGTS Derma roller Titanium. Well, I ordered it. And it arrived. I’ve been using it a couple of times so I can now give you my first impression of it.
The ZGTS Derma roller is a highly regarded and one of the best selling derma roller in the market. I looked up a couple of times the specs of the roller and it seems that the 0.5mm model is the most popular. ZGTS derma roller has a nice packaging with a complete kit and a roller casing.
My Review: The ZGTS Derma Roller
Packaging: The first thing you notice about the ZGTS Derma roller is that it is very nicely packaged. It comes in a sturdy plastic box with a plastic foam inside which the roller’s handle is tightly held in safety to prevent damage.
There is yet an additional barrier preventing the needles from touching anything, in the form of a cylindrical transparent plastic cover, which, once closed, keeps the head of the roller in its center, again, protecting the needles.
As you can probably tell, I just love the packaging. In fact, I think it’s even better than the Dr. Roller‘s, which comes with a special casing to store the derma roller.
Handle: No real problem here, it’s nicely curved and pretty comfortable to hold, BUT, I must say, by now I kind of got used to Dr. Roller’s handle which allows you to safely place your index finger close to the needles drum, and gives you more control over the pressure you roll with.
Needles: This is supposed to be the biggest deal about this roller: its needles are actually made of Titanium Alloy, which is lightweight and obviously very strong. Supposedly, this makes the roller last longer than any other model, and although it’s too soon for me to say if it does, it’s pretty safe to assume that in fact, it does.
But again there’s a “but”, because, possibly due to the nature of Titanium, the needles are not as fine as in other rollers that I’ve used.
Even at the 0.5mm length which I ordered, it felt on my skin more like a 1.0mm, in my opinion making it less suitable for sensitive areas such as the face. For the more fleshy parts of the body (butt, thighs, hips, back) this roller would be ideal, though (even in the 1.0mm length, I suspect).
Bottom Line: While the ZGTS Titanium is a decent roller, with a good quality build, it is better used only on parts of the body in which the skin is thick. With its Titanium needles, it is made to last for a long time, and considering its price (which is considerably cheaper than most rollers), it makes for a very economical roller.
You can now get the ZGTS Titanium (the best dealer I could find on Amazon with free mask) – Link here.
Good thing they provide free tone up the mask( Vitamins skin mask) which I think a good deal.