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DudleyDoRight

Member Since 03 May 2008
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 04:34 PM

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In Topic: Fillers

Yesterday, 04:34 PM

I never realized how high how the price was.  


In Topic: Help (Pics Included)

Yesterday, 11:31 AM

WAIT, for heavens sake!


In Topic: Need Advice Please Pics Included

Yesterday, 08:13 AM

I see a few scars, but nothing dramatic.  I would move cautiously.  Except for a non-acne scar on my forehead, which responded great to Re:pair, I never dealt with acne scars on the forehead and that appears to be your major issue.  Re:pair would probably work for your forehead, but that is a rather dramatic step for a 22 year old.  Try the dermaroller first, and give it plenty of time.  You seem to have a high forehead so another possibility may be hair transplants to bring the hairline down a bit.  hairrestorationnetwork.com  Choose a doctor wisely, and there are discussions on this very topic.


In Topic: Time To Address Acne My Scars

19 July 2014 - 11:48 AM


I only do Re:pair for scars.  The problem is that you are so borderline that I am not likely to say you need to go do Re:pair.  Keep doing the Retin-A, and don't let the doctors sell you what they have in their office without you checking out its record after you get out of the office.  Get details of any procedures they suggest, and at what level they want to treat you - BE INFORMED!!!  Don't accept a brochure as informative.

do you have any pictures from repair for your scars ? since i hear you talk about how much its improve yours


I will never post pictures. I do not like to post any pictures on the internet. I have a girlfriend who is the same as me. She has never had scars, and she is very good looking, but she will never post a picture, even on Facebook. She has palm trees as her picture.

In Topic: Time To Address Acne My Scars

19 July 2014 - 08:29 AM

I only do Re:pair for scars.  The problem is that you are so borderline that I am not likely to say you need to go do Re:pair.  Keep doing the Retin-A, and don't let the doctors sell you what they have in their office without you checking out its record after you get out of the office.  Get details of any procedures they suggest, and at what level they want to treat you - BE INFORMED!!!  Don't accept a brochure as informative.