Scarless Healing

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Excision. The only treatment guaranteed to permanently remove acne scars.

By creating new scars? Is that possible to do it myself?

In my underdevelopment country I won't find anyone who can do this... They don't do subcision, dermaneedling, punch techniques, and so on. The only do erbium laser and chemical peels. I'd like to treat by a professional, but I'm on my own. What the fucking country :)

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Excision. The only treatment guaranteed to permanently remove acne scars.

By creating new scars? Is that possible to do it myself?

In my underdevelopment country I won't find anyone who can do this... They don't do subcision, dermaneedling, punch techniques, and so on. The only do erbium laser and chemical peels. I'd like to treat by a professional, but I'm on my own. What the fucking country :)

Excision can be risky even when done by a professional. Do not self-excise your skin.

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Excision can be risky even when done by a professional. Do not self-excise your skin.

I saw a post a few day ago where a guy said that Subcision + dermarolling + dermabrasion + PRP + ReCell is the best option. It's worth it to go to UK for that? In fact, I can do subcision, rolling, and dermabrasion myself, but ReCell is an interesting stuff. Will it make much more difference?

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What about nanoparticles?

http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-03/aeco-nnt032615.php

Quote:

The nanoparticles with their siRNA cargoes were then tested by topically applying them to mice with either skin excisions or burns. In both cases, the wounds closed more than twice as fast as in untreated controls. "Not only did the cells move into the wounds faster, but they knew what to do when they got there," said Dr. Sharp. "We saw normal, well-orchestrated regeneration of tissue, including hair follicles and the skin's supportive collagen network."

They are moving to pig trials soon too:

"Dr. Sharp plans to start testing the therapy on pigs, whose skin closely resembles that of humans, within months."

Awesome find... this could be our secondary hope since it mention hair follicle

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well that's hardly encouraging. but vbeam isn't really the most advanced laser.

guys i'm just depressed now and astounded how far we are in so many areas of technology and yet we have nothing. there must be something out there!?

worry not, we are nearby..

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ReCell is an interesting stuff. Will it make more much difference?

I'd say it won't. Whatever difference it does make won't be considered considerable by you. That's just judging by what I've heard a few researchers say about ReCell where they said it had potential but the results obtained by it weren't a lot better than those obtained by other treatments at this point.

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I'd say it won't. Whatever difference it does make won't be considered considerable by you. That's just judging by what I've heard a few researchers say about ReCell where they said it had potential but the results obtained by it weren't a lot better than those obtained by other treatments at this point.

Okay, thanks.

I got a bit shiny skin texture on my cheeks. Will ReCell help with that, won't it?

Also, i wanna make home dermabrasion in this weekend (test patch at first). This for my small hypertrophic scars all over my cheeks. I know it's a huge risk, but they don't respond on any treatments i did. So can i hope that dermabrasion will make my texture better (not shiny)?

I'm sorry guys for offtop.

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@ Roach25:

I don't know. I'm not a ReCell expert. I think what the most time should be invested in is working towards taking the mental step where you accept your situation. Unless you are truly disfigured your scarring shouldn't affect your social life, love life, career and peace of mind negatively once you've come to terms with your appearance. No treatment can turn back time.

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Cycloverid good post, I have been treated with recell 3 months ago, my scar is improving but the skin needs to grow and mature.

Bloodwar44 please don't do anything your self, you can make things even worst,you can get infection, keloids etc, if the scar is White and shiny means there is no pigment, recell can improve your condition actually it is effective to treat vitíligo, another cheap but easy option is dermarolling/dermastamp + UVB dermalight to stimulate any small pigment remaining in the scar. But in any case you should make your homework and find the best doctors, don't let anyone touch your skin.

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Hey guys!

Anybody want to take part in the human trials? :)

I thought about it, but I'm living in Kazakhstan :(

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Actually its possible in one year time if no procrastination occur for hydrogel.

But im leaning towards 2018 including procrastination

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why not in one year time?

I've begun to understand that most of you on this board are actually children. We are not even close to understanding the complex interactions that lead to scars or scar healings. Genes, DNA, environmnt, hundreds of factors are relevant. And science takes a LONG TIME. 2020 is being hugely optimistic.

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why not in one year time?

I've begun to understand that most of you on this board are actually children. We are not even close to understanding the complex interactions that lead to scars or scar healings. Genes, DNA, environmnt, hundreds of factors are relevant. And science takes a LONG TIME. 2020 is being hugely optimistic.

What if we dont actually need to understand about genes? do you need to know computer assembly to write a source code in computers?

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why not in one year time?

I've begun to understand that most of you on this board are actually children. We are not even close to understanding the complex interactions that lead to scars or scar healings. Genes, DNA, environmnt, hundreds of factors are relevant. And science takes a LONG TIME. 2020 is being hugely optimistic.

What if we dont actually need to understand about genes? do you need to know computer assembly to write a source code in computers?

No but someone does. In the case of genes no one does.

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I have multiple facial scars from an accident and I am treating my scars with present treatments because I do not really need complete regeneration a remarkable improvement is enough for me, so I am very realistic, I am not perfect and I will never be with or without scars.

Some people guess in 20 years others 50, 10, 5, and 1 but all is bullshit because we are not scientists and we know almost nothing about skin regeneration but you don't need to understand every thing, actually they got complete regeneration in mice without knowing how the whole regeneration Works.

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Personally, I want to get noticeable improvement, but I think I won't stop. Every damn time when I watch movies I see smooth faces. And if someone there has any skin problems they're very noticeable. It always gets me down. It REALLY does. I bet you guys feel the same.

I think there is no problem to find a doc and a chemist after human trials, pay them, show them the studies, and get your fucking complete regeneration. And I'll do it no matter what.

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Personally, I want to get noticeable improvement, but I think I won't stop. Every damn time when I watch movies I see smooth faces. And if someone there has any skin problems they're very noticeable. It always gets me down. It REALLY does. I bet you guys feel the same.

I think there is no problem to find a doc and a chemist after human trials, pay them, show them the studies, and get your fucking complete regeneration. And I'll do it no matter what.

Cant describe it better myself...

i am constantly getting haunted myself everytime i see my own face in sunlight. Imagining how my life used to be before this is a tough call.

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