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Well my cousin fell off his bike and scraped his knee. After it healed, he told us a joke that at least he removed his mole for good on his knee. That got me thinking, if i messed up my scars, it would remove it. So i started cutting the epidermis. If i went any further, i would touch the dermis and it would hurt a lot. It started to bleed and i let it heal itself. It started a scab and i removed it to forgot the memory of my scar. I let it heal for a week and removed the scar again. This time it actually deleted my scar! Pretty neat. I also had a dilated pore and i fixed that too. That dilated pore was annoying to look at and now it is all gone! The way I saw it how it worked was that the middle of the damaged skin was pulling the skin around the wound to bring it closer and close the wound. Its pretty interesting to watch. After that it would be a shinny skin, i suppose a new layer of skin. Over time it would look like the same skin as my face. I just got maybe 5 or 6 scars to go until i'm all clear. Pretty neat, you guys should try it. Just don't go too far, just scrape off the epidermis layer.

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You're going to have to tell us what tool you used as well as the scars you had. This isn't a new method, except there are risks to damaging your skin just to get rid of the scar.

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i just used a hobby knife and started poking my skin. I had rolling scars, dialated pore, and box type scar.

I know you need the adequate vitamins such as A,D,E,K, C. I learned it in anatomy and learned about the healing process of the skin.

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Some more detail would be appreciated. How did you inflict the cut into the scarred area? What depth? Was there pain? How long did it take to heal????

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i just used a hobby knife and started poking my skin. I had rolling scars, dialated pore, and box type scar.

I know you need the adequate vitamins such as A,D,E,K, C. I learned it in anatomy and learned about the healing process of the skin.

So you're not actually cutting out any skin? Wouldn't this technique be similar to needling?

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i just used a hobby knife and started poking my skin. I had rolling scars, dialated pore, and box type scar.

I know you need the adequate vitamins such as A,D,E,K, C. I learned it in anatomy and learned about the healing process of the skin.

So you're not actually cutting out any skin? Wouldn't this technique be similar to needling?

some what. First i wait until it becomes scab and remove it when it is harden. It should bleed and then i let it heal finally. Just put some vit a & d on the wound. It will heal in a week. After the new skin is there, you have to wait 3 months to fully heal.

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i just used a hobby knife and started poking my skin. I had rolling scars, dialated pore, and box type scar.

I know you need the adequate vitamins such as A,D,E,K, C. I learned it in anatomy and learned about the healing process of the skin.

So you're not actually cutting out any skin? Wouldn't this technique be similar to needling?

some what. First i wait until it becomes scab and remove it when it is harden. It should bleed and then i let it heal finally. Just put some vit a & d on the wound. It will heal in a week. After the new skin is there, you have to wait 3 months to fully heal.

I've always found that if I tear a scab it will leave a bigger scar. Not as deep as what your trying to fix but it is like a patch where you can see that a few layers of skin are gone. I did that approx. one year ago and even with dermarolling they are not filling back in.

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i just used a hobby knife and started poking my skin. I had rolling scars, dialated pore, and box type scar.

a hobby knife??? you may not be so lucky the next round. I hope no one here is fool enough to poke their face with a HOBBY KNIFE...omg. Now I've heard it all. Seriously.

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