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In Topic: Dermaflage New Acne Scarring Kit! Any Advice On How To Apply Properly?

24 February 2015 - 05:38 PM

Duo clear eyelash glue does a decent job too if you apply 2-3 very thin layers and then a little bit of powder over it, but there's an art to applying it like Dermaflage. I actually practiced using eyelash glue to fill in scars before trying Dermaflage (which is a better option just pricey). 

In Topic: Come With Me On My Subcision Expedition

24 February 2015 - 03:37 PM

I really hope this works out for. Most people get noticeable results from subcision. Can I ask what type of pitted scars you had?

In Topic: Suctioning Bruises?

16 February 2015 - 12:15 PM

Bruising is normal with suctioning. I wouldn't suction unless you've had subcision done just recently (3 days to a week ago).

In Topic: Just Did Subcision :)

07 February 2015 - 08:41 PM

Your scars do look less angular, and considering you did not add suctioning and this was your first subcision, I would say these are good results. Most people don't see much improvement until the second or third treatment and that's with suctioning.  

In Topic: Excision?

23 January 2015 - 10:59 PM

I forgot to mention this before, but because you have such few scars, I think you' benefit from the product Dermaflage. It's a topical filler, and it's ideal for people who only have one or two scars they'd like to fill in. Some people don't seem to care for it, but I use it myself and it works very very well, especially for scars with harsh edges (not much for rolling scars however). It's pricey, but compared the money you've spent so far on these treatments, it's nothing. Just something to think about :)