mr. mattMember Since 12 Nov 2006
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I think I remember you saying that your scars continued to "fill in" for a time period after the subcision treatments when the swelling went down. How would you estimate that period of improvement lasted?
Dec 13 2012 06:01 PM
Another subcision question. Did you get raised swollen areas the same day of treatment?
However, the next day I did have raised swollen areas that became more and more bruised as time went on.
Nov 29 2012 06:23 PM
Hey, were you placed under anesthesia or valium when you got subcision done? If not, how tolerable is the pain?
Nov 04 2012 04:27 PM
Hi matt , im worried . i used the 25% TDA peel bought from skinobsession . after applying it i felt it were too strong for my face as it is very painful . i couldn't stand even 2minute of it and i washed off . this morning when i wake up i see patches of brown areas , it look like its burnt . is it normal ? how long will i take to recover ? Thanks, Zac
Sep 16 2012 08:56 AM
Hi matt , may i know how do you use retin a daily with reviva dmae, esther c and ALA night cream ? i bought reviva night cream too and is using stieva A 0.025% . Thanks!
I apply the Retin-A at night and the Revia DMAE/EsterC/ALA cream in the morning.
By doing so, I have antioxidants working continually 24 hours a day on my skin.
Hope this helps.
Aug 18 2012 08:36 AM
I ended up dermarolling in my first session, and then my subcision was scheduled 6 weeks later. Guess this whole scar removal is gonna take time & A LOT of patience. I’m crossing my fingers hoping I’m gonna see some results. I also started using Retin-A & Vitamin C. Thx for the info!
Thanks for your comment on my page. To be the most effective, you may need three or more subcision treatments. I would encourage you to look at doing dermarolling four weeks between subcision treatments or laser. Topical Vitamin C and Retin-A are also very important to the collagen development in your skin. I would encourage you to take pre- and post photos. They really help you to see the pr
Thanks for sharing your experience & posting your pictures! It really helps. I have an appointment next week for my first round of subcision for my scars and I was feeling pretty scared not knowing what to expect but after looking at your before & after pics I see a lot of improvement which is assuring me I'm making the right choice for scar treatment! Thanks!