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... fire method for reducing the appearance of indented acne scars? ... (1 replies)
... A i ended up wtih quite a lot of indented scars on my cheeks. Being Asian, its unfortunately even more noticable do to my skin pigmentation. I'm curious if these indented scars will heal? ... (5 replies)
... Hi Nick, Which chemical peels have you used? I've used the home culture & blue peels. (5 replies)

... That was how I had gotten my 3 little indented scars. They take a long time to get rid of, im coming up to the one year mark, but there is good news. ... (5 replies)
... i have indented scars. i know scars are there for good. but u know how ur scars can greatly look better or even diminish when u stretch ur skin? ... (3 replies)
... just so you can get rid of the dead layers of skin and allow the newer layers to regenerate. For the scars you may want to think about the scar treatments that they have now. Mederma is the most common. That may help. Don't forget to talk to your derm first. ... (5 replies)
... What Tootles says is dead on. I, too, use one finger to massage a scarred area. ... (8 replies)
... dude, seriously. i sad it so many times already. i'll say it again. Look at your skin. Do u have scars meaning indented ones or red marks? ... (5 replies)
... thanks for the replies.... well, i'm thinking that it may heal itself in time... however, alot of time... ... (5 replies)
... I went to a new derm today, mainly because my other one was terrible.... Anyways, I told her about how my other one recommended scrubbing with a brush the red marks and such, this derm almost had a heart attack. ... (2 replies)
... I do not use moisturizer on a regular basis, except for some around my eye area... don't want them wrinkles! A derm I went to said moisturizers are not necessary. I do use Cetaphil moisturizer once a week though right after I do my at home glycolic peel. ... (5 replies)
... Do you typically get indented scars from your cysts? ... (5 replies)
... reatment just for scars, so this Elizabeth Grady lightening is my first. I think it will be one of those things that takes a few months and as many already say, scars take time to heal. i just need something to speed that along a little. My scars are hyperpigmentations, not the indented kind. ... (2 replies)
... For me it's a question of what doesn't make the cysts worse. nothing i've ever put on them seems to help them. i find that cetaphil works the best in not aggrevating them. ... (5 replies)
... before doing an acid peel so as not to disrupt the course of collagen production? ... (118 replies)
... All I ever use is Benzoyl Peroxide... I put a layer over my face every night before I go to bed, I think it might shrink the size of my cysts and bring down the reddness, but never fully get rid of it. ... (5 replies)
... Red marks and scarring are very different things. It is only a scar if it is indented, otherwise it is just a red mark. For the red marks, time will heal them. For the scars, they are pretty much permanent, and you would have to get chemical peels or something alone that line to get rid of them. ... (4 replies)
... About how long should you give fresh acne indented scars to heal and possibly get better before seeking help from derm with laser treatments, etc.? ... (12 replies)
... I have a series of questions, in no particular order, pertaining to cysts. I want to know about your situation. ... (5 replies)
... TJ, I know how frustrating it is to break out consistently with cysts. Even though I may only have a few at a time on the sides of my face, they're really big and sometimes take forever to heal. ... (16 replies)




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