About ads and affiliate links on this site:
When you click on a link to Amazon from this site and then make a purchase, I earn a small commission on your purchase. You don’t pay any extra for this process, but it does support the costs and time associated with running this site. If you do want to buy through Amazon but don’t want to use those affiliate links, you can search the item name or description in their website. Alternately, if you want to support this site, you can use these links every time you re-order a new dermaroller.
Here’s my belief system on this: I do hope to earn a little money off of this website. All of it comes from WordPress (ads) or Amazon (affiliate links). I know some people think affiliate links are gross, but to me, this feels a lot more honest than accepting money or products from brands in exchange for dishonest articles and reviews. Because I don’t have to answer to brands or worry about offending a company, you can trust that the reviews that I’m giving you are honest perspectives based on my experience or research. I have never accepted a free skincare tool or product and reviewed it on this site, ever.
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About the advice on this site:
All of the information on this site is sourced from academic research in dermatology, but I am not a dermatologist and nothing on this website should be construed as medical advice. I do not know your personal medical situation and am not equipped to offer a medical opinion on a situation. Use the information on this site to educate yourself, and if you do choose to undertake a protocol, do so at your own risk.