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yanagupta

Member Since 16 Dec 2012
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#3424499 Need Advice On Scarring Type/treatment

Posted by yanagupta on 05 April 2014 - 09:42 AM

I would be careful from using anything like laser, dermabration or chemical peels. Instead please look into less invasive options such as needling, subsicion and dermarolling/stamping.

 

Exactly. Also, there are few good and effective non-surgical treatments out there as well that can help you fade them without giving a second thought to surgical treatments. Have you consulted a derma during the whole time?




#3407480 Acne Scars :(

Posted by yanagupta on 13 January 2014 - 03:48 AM

They seem ice pick indented acne scars. It's great that you're up from an appointment. Good Luck grinwink.gif  You can ask the derma if you can try hypoallergenic scar therapy for your scars, because so far it's the safest, harmless and effective therapy according to me as it helped me out after so many disappointments. Apart from that, diet intake should be maintained i.e ensuring that you're taking essential minerals and vitamins that are necessary for healing these scars internally and keeping your skin hydrated by drinking as much water as you can. Hope it helps. 




#3394921 Daily 30 Minute Massages On Face Eradicates Scars?

Posted by yanagupta on 15 November 2013 - 10:46 AM

Natural methods do work but it takes years for that. External and internal treatments can backup this treatment. Try maintaining your diet and make sure you are taking essential vitamins and minerals in your diet. Foe external treatment, hypoallergenic scar therapy can be a great option because if it ain't gonna work, it won't harm you either. I'd suggest you to try invicible scars. I have used it and i can pretty much guarantee its effectiveness. The packaging flashy but who cares as long as the cream is providing you benefits ;)




#3367778 Health/ Holistic Tips To Support Better Scar Healing

Posted by yanagupta on 20 July 2013 - 11:46 AM

Vitamins A and C help restore collagen to promote scar healing. Fatty acids contain antioxidant properties that can help reduce inflammation and keep the skin flexible. We can eat a variety of foods that contain large amounts of naturally-occurring Vitamin E (otherwise known as Alpha Tocopherol) that helps heal all types of scars. This health-promoting antioxidant can be found in whole grains, such as oats, barley, whole wheat, brown rice and quinoa. There also are a variety of whole grain boxed cereals.Beta carotene, a component of Vitamin A, is another antioxidant known for helping with healing scars. It contains strong anti-inflammatory properties. Hope it helps.




#3317969 Acne Scar

Posted by yanagupta on 12 January 2013 - 09:16 AM




Consult a good dermatologist or a health professional online then. He/She may be able to guide you better. This website is worth trying too. You can already see how concerned these people are. That's why i really love this website. Have you tried using any good scar treatment? I don't really prefer recommending surgical methods because they're usually unaffordable. How about home remedies? Have you tried some? Oh, have you heard about Invicible Scars or mederma type things? IS is pretty cool as far as I've seen reviews i'm much impressed. I used mederma for my skin spots but it didn't show any wonder. I haven't really used Invicible, but yea, the testimonials say a lot good about it. I can't really say much about this as it would depend upon the severity of your scar. If city derma's ain't helping, try consulting some good dermas online. Good Luck! Posted Image


Hey Thanx for replying.Where can i contact a health professional online?Home remedies like?I don't think mederma or any other remedy will help since its a boxcar scar as you may have seen in the photos.Yea i checked IS and Dermaflage too,i wanna try them but the thing is that they are not available in my country and i want to be sure that it will work before ordering.



Well, i usually contact the owner of the product that i use or the website programmer. They're of great help! InviCible Scars' ain't available in my country either. In fact, it's only available online. I ordered it and they delivered it to me really fast. I used it for my facial scars and dark spots and it did work. I got them all cleared up really fast maybe because they weren't ages old. In order to get aware of the effectiveness, the best thing you can do is consult the website, the testimonials and the reviews for the same product at different sites. I did the same and found invicible scars worth trying so i gave it a go. Dermaflage isn't that effective. I've read the reviews and they aren't satisfying. Most people say that it does not actually remove acne scars, but simply hides them so there's no point of buying the treatment.


Happy New Year

Thanx for replying.You are right but with the budget of the marketing department so high you seldom get the REAL review of the products well until and unless you really know the people who use them.Where did you order IS online?I thought IS is also used to hide the scars.Does it heal them?Yea Dermaflage only hides them


Happy New Year to you too!

Sorry for delay. Been a lot busy in hectic medical life. Anyway, aaah yea that so happens! A person who really has tried it can tell you the difference much more accurately. I relied upon the reviews and testimonials and they didn't let me down. So, i'd suggest you can give it a try if you like. It worked on me. The best part is, it's hypoallergenic, which means that if it ain't going to work on you, it ain't going to harm you either. Google IS, you'll get the link :)


#3314586 Acne Scar

Posted by yanagupta on 31 December 2012 - 01:42 AM


Consult a good dermatologist or a health professional online then. He/She may be able to guide you better. This website is worth trying too. You can already see how concerned these people are. That's why i really love this website. Have you tried using any good scar treatment? I don't really prefer recommending surgical methods because they're usually unaffordable. How about home remedies? Have you tried some? Oh, have you heard about Invicible Scars or mederma type things? IS is pretty cool as far as I've seen reviews i'm much impressed. I used mederma for my skin spots but it didn't show any wonder. I haven't really used Invicible, but yea, the testimonials say a lot good about it. I can't really say much about this as it would depend upon the severity of your scar. If city derma's ain't helping, try consulting some good dermas online. Good Luck! Posted Image


Hey Thanx for replying.Where can i contact a health professional online?Home remedies like?I don't think mederma or any other remedy will help since its a boxcar scar as you may have seen in the photos.Yea i checked IS and Dermaflage too,i wanna try them but the thing is that they are not available in my country and i want to be sure that it will work before ordering.



Well, i usually contact the owner of the product that i use or the website programmer. They're of great help! InviCible Scars' ain't available in my country either. In fact, it's only available online. I ordered it and they delivered it to me really fast. I used it for my facial scars and dark spots and it did work. I got them all cleared up really fast maybe because they weren't ages old. In order to get aware of the effectiveness, the best thing you can do is consult the website, the testimonials and the reviews for the same product at different sites. I did the same and found invicible scars worth trying so i gave it a go. Dermaflage isn't that effective. I've read the reviews and they aren't satisfying. Most people say that it does not actually remove acne scars, but simply hides them so there's no point of buying the treatment.


#3313859 Acne Scar

Posted by yanagupta on 28 December 2012 - 02:22 AM

Consult a good dermatologist or a health professional online then. He/She may be able to guide you better. This website is worth trying too. You can already see how concerned these people are. That's why i really love this website. Have you tried using any good scar treatment? I don't really prefer recommending surgical methods because they're usually unaffordable. How about home remedies? Have you tried some? Oh, have you heard about Invicible Scars or mederma type things? IS is pretty cool as far as I've seen reviews i'm much impressed. I used mederma for my skin spots but it didn't show any wonder. I haven't really used Invicible, but yea, the testimonials say a lot good about it. I can't really say much about this as it would depend upon the severity of your scar. If city derma's ain't helping, try consulting some good dermas online. Good Luck! Posted Image