I have actually been looking for pictures myself and found this one from Makeup Artists Choice's website (they sell at-home peels):
That's with 12.5% TCA. I hope I'm allowed to post that. Good luck!
Of course you're allowed. Seeing it gave you results and with a weaker strength than me, I can assume that I will see results as well. Thanks for sharing
Have you considered having subcision done assuming that you have rolling scars or dermarolling?
I think that the most effective course of action for acne scarring involves a number of different modalities: laser, chemical peels, collagen induction therapy (dermarolling), subcision, etc.
I have done three 25% TCA peels at home in the last year or so. It takes weeks or months for the collagen to develop, but it is well worth it.
Keep your eye on the prize: a better complexion.
Keep up the good fight......
I was mistaken. I don't have rolling scars; I have shallow scars. There was only one spot where I had a rolling scar (and it was my jaw area) and they ended up injecting a sort of lifter for the area (not Botox), and so far it feels extremely smooth. I was getting worried about the results because I had a tiny breakout on my chin (which is now going away) and I had a bunch of small bumps appear on my forehead, where I later discovered that it was heat rash, and the reason why my skin has looked worse was because I've been applying Tazorac 0.05% lately all over my face (as I was supposed to) which caused itching and redness because my skin is still sensitive from the peel. I laid off the Tazorac now and hopefully I shall begin to see results.
Thanks for the encouragement. It really does help, believe it or not.