The stimulation of surface fascia with the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller has a variety of effects. The nerve endings in the skin and upper layers of the fascia are stimulated. For chronic pain, this can break the pain feedback loops. The tissues will be optimally prepared for subsequent therapeutic treatments. The tingling, perfusion-supporting effect is felt immediately, and pain sensitivity is significant reduced after just a short period of use. In combination with treatment of deeper layers of tissue, the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller can regulate the production of collagen and elastin.
Applications of the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller
The pressure of the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller can be dispensed with great precision. Roll it back and forth on the skin to stimulate the free nerve endings in the skin. The BLACKROLL NeedleRoller is particularly well-suited for stimulating the reflex and acupuncture zones. It is also perfect for preparing to work with the BLACKROLL STANDARD, the BLACKROLL MINI, the BLACKROLL DUOBALL, and the BLACKROLL RELEAZER, but it can also be used after rollout.
The needles are configured in such a way that an optimum, health-supporting stimulus is applied without damaging the skin. As a result, when using the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller for personal use, it is sufficient to clean it at regular intervals with water, soap, and a brush. The metals, specifically selected for their stimulating effect, are not rust-resistant; dry the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller carefully with a conventional hair dryer. If you use the BLACKROLL NeedleRoller in your therapeutic practice, please follow the standard cleaning protocol, but be sure to use only chlorine-free sterilization agents. The BLACKROLL NeedleRoller should be stored between 10 and 40 degrees Celsius and away from moisture (humidity lower than 80%). Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
Dimensions: 26 cm x 9 cm x 6.5 cm, 180 g
- Stimulation of the surface fascia layers
- You'll feel the tingling, perfusion-supporting effect immediately
- Pain sensitivity is reduced
- Can regulate collagen and elastin production