hey mr matt which reviva products did you use and where did you get the vitamin e? I currently have micro retina pump prescribed by the my dermatologist. I had 3 sessions of PDT and to be honest it helps a little, but not by much. If you ask me he just wants more money. Rob your results look great I'm gonna continue taking retin - a for as long as I can, and dermaroll once a month and see if that gets me the results I want.
I buy the Vitamin E oil from a store called Trader Joe's. It's really inexpensive and it lasts for months.
I purchase a topical cream containing Ester C, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, and DMAE from Reviva Labs and sold at www.vitacost.com. It's really inexpensive and I RARELY ever recommend any type of product. I'm on sold on this one - my skin looks great.
Gentlemen, this product is FRAGRANCE-FREE and you won't smell like a flower if you use it.
Using topical vitamins a, c, and e (ACE) is your 'ace' in the hold, in my opinion, when it comes to skin care. Vitamins A & C promote collagen development (C is an antioxidant, too) and Vitamin E is a moisturizing antioxidant.
My family and friends have all mentioned how good my skin looks.. I encourage you to do your own research.
I've found that topical Vitamins A,C,E used in conjunction with dermarolling are a POWERFUL combination - especially is used with subcision for those of you with rolling scars.