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About Fruk

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  • Birthday 08/18/1989

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  1. Fruk


    Hello, do you guys have any tips on how to catch scars on photographs? I've been trying for hours now but the flash drowns out everything and the pictures are too murky without flash. Any pointers on how to set up the light etc?
  2. Fruk

    My Scars :)

    I think it might, check my gallery. The old pictures are a few years old and the latest pic was taken a few days ago. I know its from a far range and with a pretty bad camera but dermarolling did help me. My skin is kinda normal now, not flawless but passable I guess.
  3. It depends on the size and how deep the color is. I'd say 1 to 1 and a half weeks.
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    vbeam worked okayish for me. However the scars "flare up" some times and I'll have to go and give them a bit of a touch up.
  5. Got some annoying red marks and still another week until vbeam. Sigh.
  6. They don't look like scars to me but the picture is not the best. You could try vbeam laser, it's pretty good against redness if you are willing to spend the money.
  7. I've been rolling for around a year and seen great improvement on my depressed scars and my redness. I used to have a long cut-like line on my right cheek and it is almost completely gone now. Some vbeam for my raised/red scarring and I'm good to go lol
  8. I don't know really. I have been using a 2.0 or 2.5mm dermaroller on my face though and those were some long needles I tell you.
  9. A combination of cystic acne, accutane and poorly done tca cross.
  10. DON'T tan or do anything harsh while you are on accutane or for 6 months/1 year afterward. Your redness will fade in that time but you could try vbeam if the redness is persistent.
  11. They are barely visible. I did the same thing but mine are as big as a thumb.
  12. Hey I wanted to tell you that I'm glad you went ahead and took the step of putting yourself out there by posting pictures. Its not easy but its worth it.

    1. I've been using the super CP serum since February or so and the results are pretty good and I'm pretty much scar free except for some pesky hypertrophic scarring. However I have also been dermarolling during this time. The serum is pretty good for fine wrinkles, colour and skin texture but I don't think it will have a huge effect on scars on its own to be honest. I still love it though, even if it stains the skin blue/black, smells like toilet water and costs around 100 bucks per bottle to get h
    2. The short answer: Don't. The long answer: Really, don't do it. Especially not with a sewing needle. You might disfigure yourself for life.