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    Don't you love it when people who just had mild acne or none at all say to you it is not that bad of a problem. Damn i put up with this shit for 30 years going to the derm. I will never be the same mentally and socially since my acne started breaking out at age 14. I wish i could trade my problem with those people and in 30 years could tell them....it's not that bad! I have been a recluse most of my life outside of working.
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    Hello, I suffered with the scars sometime during high school and it has been almost a decade since. I promised to give back to this forum if I ever got better because I had spent so much time researching on here when I was suffering. I never thought I would get over it, but I did. I kept putting off this promise even though I've been good for years now, but now I'm combatting another life obstacle, so maybe it is a sign to pay my dues. I have tried a plethora of things from VI peels, microdermab
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    @Enchantingstar I would see Dr Rullan in San Diego. He would be the best to help you with your scar type, especially to do the manual methods (always start with this before energy devices )of the treatment. You have lots of boxcars, some rolling scars, and some icepicks. I would do with Rullan his standard Microneedling, PRF, Canula Subcision, plan. Have him do over dilute sculptra during your procedure. The reason being is you have widespread scars and I want to stimulate some colla
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    As my kinesiologist said, most pharmaceutical products if you were to bring them in, your body will produce a negative response to them on a vibrational level. There’s no one special drug out there that will ever cure us, it’s really a combination of restoring Vit & Min after being depleted by the poison that is Accutane.
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    Like I said insulin will do nothing on ice pick scars but will most likely work on rolling and box scars left from chicken pox. It's a natural filler. It will fill them up for sure. As for appendages, insulin will never get you that. Insulin will do nothing for texture. FS2 when it comes available might help with texture.
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    @Vladpredescu Hi there thanks for posting. I see your face is still breaking out. That should be a top priority to stop even if you have to do low dose Accutane. Otherwise the bacteria could be spread when other procedures are done. If your anxious and depressed over it, it's best if you see a therapist as well. Acne scars not only effect our appearance but make deep internal scars. Half the battle is dealing with the pain they have caused. You do not look like you have been mau
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    This saved me!

    I've always had amazing skin and then BOOM!  One spot after another started appearing on my face. These were under the skin, un-poppable painful little things and were leaving marks EVERYWHERE. I felt depressed, upset, hormonal and would not leave the house without makeup on. I went to a dermatologist who put me on Erythromycin and doxycycine and lymecycline for 7 months at a time and they weren't making any difference. After trying absolutely everything on the market from drug store to Mario Ba
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    Please stay of the drugs. They really slowed my healing, if the doctors dont know what to do with you they will give you this shit. It really numbed my mind and put me in a bad circle, fortunately i got out of it quite quick. I no longer see myself as handicapped after taking this drug, the first years(2011-2015) feels really bad and wasted. But i now feel ok. I have too sleep in an incline because the digestive system doesnt really work anymore without the help of some gravity, but if i do this
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    Very tough to avoid with the vast amount of chemical names used for vitamin A types. Some are using just regular high oleic safflower oil with a good vitamin E mixed in. Vitamin A 3-Dehydroretinol, Antixerophthalmic Vitamin, Axerophtholum, Dehydroretinol, Oleovitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retinyl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin A Palmitate Retinyl palmitate, retinol, retinaldehyde, adapalene, tretinoin, isotretin
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    It’s been a month since I took my last accutane pill. I was on 20,40,55,55,55,55. I just wanted to share my experience with the drug as, for me, it didn’t impact my life at all. I would point out that I do think my spots will come back. I’ve had a few that have crept up already BUT my skin is looking beautiful most of the time. I’m currently using differin gel at night too. I go out without makeup, my friends have said it looks incredible and with makeup it looks insane! I’m so so happy I