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Hair Rejuvenation System Directions for use:

Start with the Bosley Micro-Roller

Use the Micro-Roller 2 – 3 times per week.

It’s important to make sure the rolling area is clean before using the Bosley Micro-Roller.

Step 1: Disinfect your Bosley Micro-Roller. Soak your Microneedle in 70% isopropyl alcohol for 5 – 10 minutes before use.

Step 2: Determine the areas of use. Using a handheld mirror may be helpful.

Step 3: Roll the Micro-Roller

Using gentle pressure (enough to feel a slight prickling, but it should not be painful), roll the Micro-Roller vertically over the first section 5 to 10 times, lifting the roller with each pass. Continue to do this, rolling 5 to 10 times over each section, until you’ve rolled over the desired area. (Harder pressure does not result in better results, it is more likely to cause damage and irritation.)

Repeat the process, except now move the roller horizontally. Like earlier, use the roller on one section at a time, until you have rolled over the desired area.

Step 4: Clean your microneedle roller. Rinse your Micro-Roller under a faucet of running warm water.

Step 5: Disinfect your microneedle roller. Soak your Micro-Roller in 70% alcohol for 5 – 10 minutes before putting away. Let it air dry, place the protective cover on and store in safe place.

Step 6: Apply Follicle Energizer to the scalp. Wait 5 - 10 minutes after using the Micro-Roller before applying product. Dispense 1-2 pumps onto fingers tips. Gently massage the product, focusing on the scalp of the treated areas for 1 minute. For optimal results, use Follicle Energizer daily, even on non-micro-rolling days. Can apply up to 2 times per day.

WARNING: Slight stinging or tingling sensation may be felt during the treatment. Minor irritation or redness may occur. If irritation or redness lasts more than a day discontinue use and contact your physician. Do not use the microneedle tool in an area with any open sores, wounds, acne, rashes, inflammation, or active infections. Do not share microneedle tool with others. If you are taking blood thinners or similar medications, have diabetes or similar condition that slows down the healing process, eczema, or are pregnant speak to your health care provider before using a microneedle roller.