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What to do with these scars?

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I didn't suffer from acne very long, and it actually didn't bother me THAT much, but now I'm left with all these scars and I HATE THEM. :( There are red marks, ice picks and rolling scars I think. Maybe a couple of boxing scars too? Not quite sure. I stopped getting cysts on January and since then I've been pretty clean. I've had 2 nLite sessions to treat the acne & scars. I think it helped to make the acne go away, and it might've made the scars a little less visible, but I'm looking for a more dramatic improvement.

So what I would like to know is, do you think I should go for one more nLite session or have I only been wasting my money? Or would tca-cross be a better option, and if so, how many treatments would I have to take and how much would it cost approximately?

My camera sucks so those pics aren't exactly top quality.. but they're the best I could get.

Mucho thanks! :clap:

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It is difficult to say because of the lighting angle. However from what I see I think tca cross would benefit you if done wisely. I see scars small in diameter and depth so I think that Tca would do a job here.

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