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Robertitoo

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#3453191 Thank Me Later!

Posted by Robertitoo on 23 September 2014 - 08:54 PM

http://books.google....e scars&f=false




#3441038 My Dermarolling/needling Blog

Posted by Robertitoo on 12 July 2014 - 06:12 PM

This procedure improves leathery skin, wrinkles, scarring, stretch marks, and thick sebaceous type of Rosacea.  The results are achieved with a series of micro punctures of tiny needles (thickness of a hair), which creates micro-channels into the dermis leaving the epidermis relatively intact (little need to hide out).   Over the next several months after each procedure, collagen and elastic tissue are produced to smooth and tighten the skin.  This works because of the following series of events occurring in the microscopic dermal layers of the skin;  needle puncture results in microscopic bleeding which floods the area with platelets (Platelet Derived Growth Factor, PDGF), many  growth factors, cytokines, fibroblasts, elastin and proteoglycans.   A matrix of type III collagen and elastic tissue starts to form at 3 weeks and continues for 6 months which results in thicker skin.   Starting 3 months after procedure to 10 months,  that type III collagen converts to type I collagen to cross-link causing the skin tightening.  This entire process is augmented by applying a chemical peel immediately after needling to induce further inflammation thus more results.

A series of 3 to 10 Micro-Needle Peels are performed monthly to achieve the desired final results.   Each treatment requires the depth of the needle to be adjusted to the area of the face treated and the depth of the problem treated.  Crows feet are only 0.5 mm but deep acne scarring and wrinkles, especially on the lips, are up to 2.5 mm.  The Dermapen adjusts from 0.5mm to 2.5mm and easily treats hard to get areas such as eyelids, lips and ear lobes.   Each treatment will go deeper with a stronger acid peel applied.  The number of procedures required depends on the severity of the problem and the healing properties of each individual patient.




#3440904 Name That Scar!

Posted by Robertitoo on 11 July 2014 - 08:02 PM

If i saw you in rl, i'd be like damn, SHE'S CUTE

 

Have you considered subcision? 




#3436351 My Dermarolling/needling Blog

Posted by Robertitoo on 15 June 2014 - 05:04 PM

Going to try to make it as simple as possible...
 
I've been needling for around 8 months - year for a total of around 8 treatments. Though I wouldn't count the first 3-5 as successful treatments because I didn't have pinpoint bleeding and I wasn't very experienced. Although improvement in hyper pigmentation and a bit in the actual indentations was still be able to be seen... The recent 3 I would call more of successful treatments, as they have been combined with a 2.0m Dermastamp, Leds, Retin a and Copper Peptides and a lot of blood was drawn!
 
My diet: Vegan high carb, high fruit, lots of greens. Tons of water 2-3 Liters a day. 
 
Supplements: Green Vibrance
 
My Daily Regimen: [SAVED FOR LATER]
 
My plan/Goal: I will be Needling every 6 weeks for all through 2014 and doing a 15% Tca Peel every 4 weeks (2 weeks after every treatment and a combo in every other needling session). As seen below.
 
 
My year planned out: Schedule1.png Schedule2.png
 
Products I use: Products I Use.jpg
 
How I use them: [SAVED FOR LATER]
Retin A:
Copper Peptides:
Suction Cup:
Hemp Oil:
 
Product links: [SAVED FOR LATER]
 
June 14 Needling 1. (Start of Blog) SHOULD I UPLOAD THE PICTURES SOMEWHERE ELSE?
 
Before and After Needling Session 1: http://share.pho.to/621A4

Particular Area of concern Left Side: http://share.pho.to/621hShttp://share.pho.to/6ASZD
 
Comments: [SAVED FOR LATER]
 
July 26 Needling 2. 
 
Before Needling Session (Essentially the result of Needling 1)
 
After Needling Session: 
 
***TO BE CONTINUED***




#3436141 Is It Safe To Assume That The Best Scar Treatment Is Acceptance?

Posted by Robertitoo on 14 June 2014 - 07:09 AM

or just a dermaroller, leds, tca peels and retin a. LOL (me anyways) i'm making a blog with pictures today on acne.org




#3436140 Red Marks, Help! (With Pic :)

Posted by Robertitoo on 14 June 2014 - 07:08 AM

light exfoliation peels! that or retin a. would work best for you!




#3430589 Noticing Lots Of Negative Topics...is It Just Me?

Posted by Robertitoo on 07 May 2014 - 03:08 PM

acne makes people angry.




#3428419 How Do My Fellow Ugly Guys Cope With Being Undesired?

Posted by Robertitoo on 24 April 2014 - 07:15 PM

stop being ugly then. dress nice, keep clean, smell fresh, fix your teeth eat healthy, work out and most importantly, fix your ugly ass attitude if you have one




#3425716 Feeling Very Down

Posted by Robertitoo on 11 April 2014 - 03:15 PM

Try not to feel so bad. I know it can very frustrating at times. Are you a female? I know that I break out around my mouth area (especially chin) when I am ovulating or right before my period. Climate change can also affect your skin! 

 

Acne is genetic. Have your parents had acne? 

 

Have you tried the Acne.org regimen? Benzoyl Peroxide has done wonders for people with light acne to even the toughest acne, cystic. Right now you can order the Regiment for FREE with just a $5 for the shipping. I urge you to give it a try and follow the instructions CAREFULLY.

 

I hope you feel better! sad.png I know it can feel very frustrating at times and I know how it feels! But know there is always a solution.

Not only is it genetic but it's hormonal! Lots of things you can do to help 'balance' your hormones out since unbalanced hormones and sensitive androgens are horrible pairs.. We're unlucky but we (male and female) grow out of acne in your early 20's.

 

Diet

Stress

Mental Excercise

Excercise...

 

are the easiest ways to tackle acne, along with moisturizer (joboba, hemp rose, etc), I wouldn't even recommend a cleanser you could just use oil as a face wash ;)




#3424857 Dating With This Face (Pics)

Posted by Robertitoo on 07 April 2014 - 07:48 AM

you're pretty good looking. i think you need to smile more i'm sure you'll look 10x better. 

 

you should try dermarolling if your skin really bothers you




#3423822 Questions About Subcision

Posted by Robertitoo on 02 April 2014 - 12:13 AM

nothing is immediate with acne scars, lol

 

in most cases with subcision the scars fill (rarely 100% more like 20-80%) in but it can take months for that to happen as the skin is still repairing itself




#3422561 Just Off My 3Rd Round Of Accutane

Posted by Robertitoo on 25 March 2014 - 04:54 PM

god damn get your hormones checked please. and takeagood look at your diet




#3421041 This Website Sure Isn't What It Used To Be

Posted by Robertitoo on 18 March 2014 - 06:31 AM

It all falls down into hormones.

 

Diet can affect hormones there's a few types of hormones that you can control, one being insulin

 

and so can stress

 

+ more 

 

those are the 2 easiest to control.

 

What's your diet like bubbles?




#3417272 As A 18 Yo Male

Posted by Robertitoo on 28 February 2014 - 01:12 PM

Alright, I'll add around 2-4k/day and i'll give it a while. Thanks for your post




#3416475 Who Else Doesn't Want To Give Up On Food?

Posted by Robertitoo on 25 February 2014 - 12:18 AM

I went vegan and i got clear. I eat unlimited amount sweet fruit such as dates :)