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In Topic: Upcoming Dermabrasion+Recell+Needling

28 June 2014 - 02:06 AM

There is another method mentioned on Recell website with medical needling and recovery time is just a few days




Its some clinics in Munich, Germany doing this method and the cost is 5000 Euro



In Topic: Pityrosporum Folliculitis ?

22 April 2014 - 01:37 PM



I also had this Malassezia (pityrosporum) folliculitis and get rid of the superficial pimples after 3 months by using itraconazole and Polypropylene glycol 50 %


The problem is that I am left with white dots or pimples under my skin that will not vanish and as I have understand from reading on the internet this is some kind of acid that can not get pigmented that is left in the follicles after the Malassezia (pityrosporum) folliculitis pimples.


As this hypipigmented marks or pimples are deep down in the sking no topical treatment works as schampoos, oils and creams


I been taking itraconazole five times now for 2 weeks each time but it only helps little bit and that is temporarily, after I finish the itraconazole the white dots recurs and my chect and neck looks like chicken skin.


I have tried all kind if treatments included laser hair removal but nothing helps, one doctor told me to stay in the sun to get this hypopigmented dots pigmented in the sun, but it just looks worse as the healthy skin gets tanned leaving the white spots more visible.


I read somewhere that you need to eat 400 mg of itraconazole daily together with some orange juice or coke and after one hour you should go to some exercise and sweat so the itraconazole gets out in the skin. This must be done daily for 3-4 months and also eat some ecological coconut oil that kills fungus and bacteria in the body.


When they speak about Malassezia (pityrosporum) folliculitis, do they only mean the pimples or also the deep infection in the skin after the pimples are gone?