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xcreepyx

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  1. I think one who had IPL must protect his/her skin from sun everyday of the year (no matter winter or summer) for a very long time . also you should take good care of your skin. you should exercise enough, eat healthy. never smoke and whatsover. I mean you have a newborn skin after a good IPL procedure and think about a baby going under sun without protection. think about a baby smoking. otherwise you get bad results after a while. I think that's completely normal.
  2. well I actulally doubt about his healing. He doesn't push the roller deep enough. He says he was using a 1.5 mm roller but what's the point of using it if you do not go deep enough?
  3. check his first video and the last one and see how his scars disappeared. i think he is successfull
  4. i think it actually depends on the scar types. i can't see any improvement but my scars seemed to be getting worse to me after rolling. it has been 2 months or more since i rolled the first and the last time. ok. as many people here think it may hard to talk about any noticable improvement after just one rolling but actually I can at least say that I haven't noticed any improvements. It may take years to see any results even your scars respond to rolling.
  5. in fact they do not look that bad but the lightning issue i think. btw i rolled 3 months ago with a 1.5 mm dermaroller and i think it was a mistake right?
  6. on next saturday I have an appointment with a doctor far away from here. This doctor has every possible methods. I will drive a lot to see her and I don't want to miss any oportunity-. Here are my pics. I have scars only in these areas. I need your kind helps. http://img808.imageshack.us/img808/7856/righcheek.jpg http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/4228/leftcheek.jpg
  7. it has been 10 days since I rolled the last time and my scars look worse than ever now. I personally never recommend anyone using dermarollers. I think they are stupid and make your scars worse. Now I am desperate again.
  8. it has been 10 days since I rolled the last time and my scars look worse than ever now. I personally never recommend anyone using dermarollers. I think they are stupid and make your scars worse. Now I am desperate again.
  9. yeah. a stamp one should go in and out your skin straight and won't make larger poles as a rolling one. that's the main idea of it but I'm not sure if this is something better or worse. well what do you think of this product? do you think it may work Collagen + C Tabs Collagen + C
  10. Sapphire I think it's not produced or not sold yet but I don't think there's much difference between a rolling one and a stamp type. Maybe while you are rolling, the needles don't get out straightly and it hurts more and creates wider poles unlike a stamp style microneedle. You know what. I've been thinking all day about this and I even asked my gf. She just says forget about them, i like your scars. But I know they are not good. I decided that I will never ever give up. I'll give a break t
  11. no i don't use EMLA or any others. I just softened it with a good moisturizer for a while then rolled and applied my anti-aging cream just after. so i should roll after a few weeks and go as deep as possible. but i'm not really sure i will go for it again. as you say it takes a year at least and it's a very long time and it doesn't make a cosiderable change. i think i won't do it again.
  12. well i don't think there is too much difference between a 1.5 m roller and shorter ones because i was unable to push all the length of 1.5 m into the skin. should i?
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