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In Topic: A New Outlook

04 March 2014 - 06:03 PM

Well I'm glad someone took the time to read it, so thank you. :) It's just all the random thoughts and viewpoints that float around in my mind. ( which is highly chaotic) lol About the negative reviews, what I mean by that is that most people don't jump on the computer to share positive experiences that are relative to situations that people experience on here. Many of them that have had positive results with anything, have either: never joined this site or never get back on and update people. When you take all of the bad experiences people have and put them on a place like this, it's going to make it out to be like there is no hope. There is so much more good in the world and good experiences than bad. 

& Yeah I have read where one guy did it with an individual needle once a week. Then some dermaroll a few times a week. Others say wait three months, so that you don't damage the collagen that's forming. Who knows really. I have just been doing whats working for me. A month seems too long, 1-2 weeks seems to soon (personal opinion), but 3 weeks seems just right. lol


About the lecturing, I just get tired when I post something and someone says "well make sure you're eating right." I have even seen some posts that laugh and say other people deserve acne and it's the individual's fault for the way he/she eats. I see a lot of emphasis put on food on this site, and it's just not the case for me at all. I have tried eating extremely healthy for extended periods of time and it never worked, actually my acne got waay worse. I have tried keeping a food chart and everything, no correlations. What I surprisingly found out is that when I eat fast food all of the time (when I don't have to cook or worry about cooking) my acne basically clears up. It's crazy actually. A lot of my acne is mood related, I don't want to say hormone, but it's more moods. I say mood, because my mood affects my hormones.


& You're definitely right, too many people state their opinions as if they are factual. That bothers me. Even scientist don't know the "cures" to many things. I am one of those "weird" people who believe the psychological state and life views are the main reason behind many diseases.


& What I mean by selfishness, is that we are being selfish to ourselves. We aren't showing the world, our friends, our family what we are really capable of. All of the people I have came across on this site are extremely smart, funny, nice, caring, not shallow. The world needed more people like us really. (Not trying to sound conceited) But I'm just saying it's selfish to focus on a problem like this, waste all of your energy when there are so many other, better things you can be doing for yourself, for your family, your friends, people, the world. 

& Yeah, I didn't analyze my life for long, before I realized I needed to make some major changes. The first change was moving & buying a house closer to my family. The second was finding ways to express my creativity. The 3rd was limiting my time on the internet and Facebook. The 4th was getting motivated, finding an outlet for stress (the gym, volunteering). I began setting goals and making life changes that would make me happier in the long run.


Yeah, I have only taken one psychology class, but I really think it's important. I don't really think one needs to take a class to understand it, but maybe read up a little about it online or something. 


Sorry for all of the &s haha. Thanks for reading my post! :) Hope you have a great night, have to go. My kid is yelling at me . lol

In Topic: Fat Graft Dermal Graft Prp Dermarolling

04 March 2014 - 04:04 PM

hey just let you know that the fat transfer isnt permanat it would like 6 months before you would need it again but the results on those time are good so good luck.

I'm not trying to be mean or argue, but fat transfer is permanent. The only thing is, is that not all of it stays. It varies from person to person & most of the times more than one procedure is necessary. Trust me, I have done numerous amounts of research on this. 


If you do super charged/stem cell enriched fat grafting I don't think you will have to do fat transfer multiple times. Also some surgeons use prp to enhance fat transfer.

Yes, I have heard about that, I'm thinking I will only need to get it a couple of times to be happy with my results. 


1st pic was taken april 2013. 2nd pic was taken feb1 2014.

the 1st pic was before restylane/ anytpe of dermroll /topical.


2nd pic is 9months post restylane, 6 months dermroll with topicals




the scar is really deep in the 1st pic, i just didnt use good lighting to show it

Looks awesome !! :) So happy for you. ! !

& thanks Binga I will check that doctor out. 

In Topic: Fat Graft Dermal Graft Prp Dermarolling

10 February 2014 - 03:28 PM

You can still do fat transfer if you are skinny. There are different places to grab the fat from (behind you knee, your abdomen, butt, thighs, etc.)

I wanted to know for anyone who has had fat transfer, I am looking for a doctor who will save my fat for future use. I really don't like the idea of getting cut open multiple times, I'd rather have my fat saved and possibly cultivated for stem cells. Please respond.


In Topic: Fat Graft Dermal Graft Prp Dermarolling

30 December 2013 - 12:14 PM

Out of curiosity, and because I plan on getting a fat transfer I wanted to know Which doctors will store the fat for you? I have some surgeons here that are willing to do a fat transfer, however, they do not want to store the excess fat. That really sucks, because I don't want to have the lipo part done twice. I mean I will if I absolutely have to, but if I can find a doctor that will just store it for me the proper way, then I would rather go that route. Thanks guys !

In Topic: Fat Graft Dermal Graft Prp Dermarolling

18 November 2013 - 04:59 PM

Amazing Binga! Thank you for sharing !! I really appreciate it. =) Hope you are having a great day.