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#6181 rudy1986

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Posted Yesterday, 07:49 AM

Hell i will take it anytime as long as rete ridges was similar to my healthy skin when observed with mason's trichomme.

even sun wouldnt able to tell if it is a scar

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Posted Yesterday, 10:25 AM

Rudy, explain it to me please. I don't got what you meant. What is the rete ridges and how it can make the scar invisible? I'm sorry, as I said before, I'm not a native speaker and it's hard to understand to me...

P.S. Even if a scar will be flat, how about the texture and color? It may be shiny, white or red...

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Posted Yesterday, 11:01 AM

Masson's trichrome:

http://en.wikipedia....trichrome_stain

Also from Wikipedia:

Rete ridges ("rete tips") are epidermal thickenings that extend downward between dermal papillae.


:banana: 

Edited by Lapis lazuli, Yesterday, 11:05 AM.


#6184 rudy1986

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Posted Yesterday, 11:13 AM

as answered above roach.

Lapiz, what do you think of their latest post at facebook?

Masson's trichrome:http://en.wikipedia....trichrome_stain
Also from Wikipedia:Rete ridges ("rete tips") are epidermal thickenings that extend downward between dermal papillae. :banana: 



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Posted Yesterday, 12:41 PM

It's promising. I'm just curious to see what they'll ultimately achieve.

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Posted Today, 05:57 AM

so tired, just when i thought it would work..stp ...
it failed

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Posted Today, 08:53 AM

so tired, just when i thought it would work..stp ...
it failed


Why do from time to time some people feel the need to say that the hydrogel that's still being worked on has failed?

Is it to startle the people who are following this thread for updates? Is it a way to release negative energy? Is it just the need to bitch and moan? Is it a cry for attention? Is it so-called troll behavior? Is it a way to fight boredom? Or is it so that there's just no reason at all?

Either way, it's stupid and it should stop. In my opinion.




 



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Posted Today, 09:13 AM

Lapiz, i dont mean it like that, but see with your own eyes. Hydrogel clearly failed based on the pdf i bought earlier

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Posted Today, 09:55 AM

I don't know which PDF you are referring to but the hydrogel hasn't "failed". It is just being looked at right now what potential it has.

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