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remyhelps123

Member Since 16 May 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 26 2013 08:36 AM

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In Topic: Post Accutane, A Year Later After Use Of Accutane And I My Acne Is Worse

20 September 2013 - 02:36 AM

Personally I think you should give the birth control a chance. It has helped a lot of girls I know with their skin! :)


In Topic: Green Tea + Licorice Root = !?!?!

09 August 2013 - 04:57 AM

Thanks for the response! :)

I was drinking three cups a day for a while but the hair loss and fatigue didn't make an appearance until a few weeks after I had upped the daily amount of Green Tea drinking to 4 to 5 cups a day. I've searched around but this might just be one of those little experiments that I have to try out myself to get a solid answer. I know dropping Green Tea completely could help but it has done too many miracles for my skin and fight against acne.. and it's got a lot of other healthy benefits as well.


In Topic: Dermarolling Support Thread

23 March 2013 - 01:54 AM

Hey guys,

 

May I ask if some of you have formulated an opinion on which is more preferrable:

 

1.5mm 192 needles, or a 1.5mm 540 needles roller?

 

1.5mm with 192 needles DEFINITELY. Think of it like those people who lay on beds of nails. There are often so many nails in every little spot that it actually provides a kind of wall and doesn't pierce their skin because there are so many points that it actually forms a surface.

Lesser amount of needles means it is going to insert into the skin nicely and as it should.

More does not equal better. :)


In Topic: Attack Plan: Dermarolling + Dermal Filler Restylane

20 October 2012 - 04:47 PM

Good point and quite true. From my understanding though if you wait two weeks after a roll and then get the Restylane you shouldn't have any problems. Then the Restylane will deplete and dissolve about 6 to 7 months later and then it will be the perfect time to roll again. Posted Image

In Topic: Acne Scars Are Ruining My Life ! Pictures Included

19 October 2012 - 10:40 PM

You can always get dermal fillers like Restylane. They fill up the skin beneath the scar to make it raised and even with the rest of your skin.. I've done the procedure twice and even though it was expensive it worked like a charm and people noticed a huge difference in my appearance and so did I. :)