I have a pretty good sized boxcar that has responded pretty well to the needling. It will take many months though, before you see enough improvment to get excited about. a year or more to really see them "go away". I've been doing the rolling for about 5 months now, and it's made a huge difference, but you have to eat very very healthy and take msm and hyaluronic acid and plenty of vitamin c. I use copper peptides and a retinol product post roll. I do the "big roll" (1mm roller and 1.5mm stamp for trouble areas) about once a month and "small rolls" with a .5mm roller a couple of times a week for topical absorbtion. It's been very productive. I was comparing before pics to now pics last night and the results are there for sure. I will probably never stop dermarolling forever. I did a tca cross for my ice picks 8 days ago. They're healing nicely, and I am optimistic that the TCA cross is going to help me but it's going to take a number of treatments by the looks of it, and it's a laborious and mentally taxing process to be sure. Didn't want to even go out for the first few days because it looked like I had cold sores all over my face. I have decided that I am just going to have to suffer through it for a while. I want my old self back.
Congrats on your progress. Do you mind posting the before and after pictures?