Lighten up buddy, I'm 100% positive you will see satisfactory results with any treatment you go on about. Much luck.
Thank you very much, why do you belive this?
Topical treatments known to smooth the texture of skin are retin-A (or retinol), glycolic acid, lactic acid and even salicylic acid will help to some extent. Just be sure not to over do it, you could give yourself a chemical burn. I'd start by trying a glycolic acid treatment (AHA) for myself this has been most effective for indented scars. Nothing has completely gotten rid of mine though, they are much better than they were. Exfoliation is the key!
Right now I am taking BHA 2% by Paula's Choice for my acne and I've also bought AHA 8% which I have tried a little but I am not sure it will really help against my scars, and it is just temporary. How much % in the AHA and for how long did it take until you started to see progress? In the long run I think it's better to fix it permanently - somehow.
I would say fractional co2 laser + subcision on cheeks and fractional co2 on temples would work best for you IMO. You would need a few treatments most likely.
Your cheek scars look a lot like Mr Matt's on here - http://www.acne.org/...bcision-photos/
Why do you think fractional co2 laser would be best?
Yeah I have read that thread earlier and I'm really glad it worked out for him. What is the price in the states for subcision? Here in Sweden it is 1450 dollar. Do you guys know if he took more photos of the process than those in the first post?
What do you think is the best for the hypertrophic scar?
yep agreed, check out MrMatt's posts on subscision - and follow up with a suction device --there is a great study posted on the owndoc.com forum about subscision with suction and they sell a very cheap suction device----that would do it for your cheeks which are otherwise smooth
on your temples I would go with a series of fraxel treatments
good luck to you! and since you are only breaking out on your chin, that's fine, just don't do anything to that area....which sounds like it isn't a problem anyway
Suction device? What is this? Any way you could translate that to Swedish?
Thanks for the answers guys, any opinion about dermarolling/dermapen that could help some of my scars (which?)? I have read so much good about it and a local clinic has a good price (I think), 250 dollars for a 75min session with the dermapen together with a new swedish invention called "Collrix" which is supposed to be fish collagen and seems promising, but then I I found this article: http://owndoc.com/de...-micro-tearing/
Maybe that is nothing I should be afraid of if I do it on a clinic?
If you think dermarolling/dermapen is good, is it effective against rolling scars and hypertrophic scar (which I believe it is)?
Sorry for all the questions.