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dermabrasion and Darth Vader

For guys, wouldn't it be cool to wear a Darth Vader mask ninja.gif after dermabrasion?

In the movies, it's kind of a good thing that Padme "lost the will to live" because she would be screaming and falling out of love if she saw Anakin's burnt face evil.gifwub.gif . Obviously one of the reasons she digged him (and vice versa) was each other's looks.

Considering the risks and inconvenience of dermabrasion, I'm thinking it would be wise if I only did a certain portion of my face, and that would be the portion where I feel the scarring is the worst, i.e. the right cheek area. Any change would most likely (hopefullly) be for the better. For shallower scars (assuming the dermabrasion turned out okay), I might research less invasive techniques and maybe wait for better technology, use a filler, or just forget about them altogether. For a guy to worry about every little blemish would be wussy. I think it's okay for guys to have some light scars. For girls, it's okay too.

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That way you'll know how it heals and have some idea how you'd deal with a full face derma emotionally. Good luck.

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