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unbreakable1

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Should I Be Worried About Co2 That Only Costs 400?

Yesterday, 03:33 PM

The cheapest I've seen is £600 - and that was fractional. I've been quoted £400 for a full face ablative CO2. I'm shocked. How is this possible?


Co2 Laser Resurfacing In The Uk

09 October 2014 - 03:18 PM

Everywhere pretty much seems to only offer fractional laser I'm struggling to find anywhere that does the traditional CO2. I'd probably have to have several treatments with no guarantee the improvement would be obvious. I want the CO2 laser where I will only need one treatment. I don't really have deep scars on my face, just lots of mild ones that aren't obvious in certain lights. TCA peels and dermarolling didn't help.

 

Can anyone recommend somewhere in the UK that offers ablative CO2 and the prices?


Extremely Greasy/oily/sticky Skin

15 November 2013 - 03:13 PM

My skin constantly gets really greasy throughout the day, I don't overwash at all and the only thing I use is hot/cold water and occasionally Quinoderm face wash... I feel it stuck to my face and it's disgusting. It's embarrassing at work because I feel like people notice it.

 

Advice please? :(


Advice About Scar Treatments And Time Off Work

14 November 2013 - 04:27 PM

I just got my first job which I spent so long trying to get so i can't quit in favour of treatment (couldn't afford it any way) but I need to know my options.

 

If I save enough for some form of laser treatment on my face to significantly improve my scarred skin (I think I have most types of scarring on my face except hypertrophic) what is the best route to go down?

 

Has anyone here been in a situation involving their job and scar treatment? How did you go about it?

 

Which treatment has the least downtime? I need something really effective in one or two treatments at most. Peels did nothing substantial.


In Terms Of Candida And Bad Food - Where Do I Stand On Condiments, Sauces, Gravy (And P...

06 September 2013 - 06:34 AM

My meals are made a lot more exciting with a little bit of added salt and gravy (I use granules for speed, I assume they aren't great for me?) I want "candida-safe" alternatives for sauces, gravy etc because the food itself is healthy but the gravy might be making it not so good for me I fear.

 

Also, where do I stand on pasta - Good or bad?