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  1. @ethan94 - don't bother with "Enerjet" it's a load of Sh**e, I have a feeling I know which surgeon has recommended it to you too. The longer I'm on this uncertain road to "normal skin recovery" the more I realise that so many of these surgeons are glorified salesmen (and saleswomen - to be politically correct). Even look at their academic achievements, some are classing themselves as Doctors with a backstreet diploma! I got Enerjet and it looked I was attacked by 100+ Bee Stings, it's bas
  2. Thanks for sharing this, as an Acne Scars victim (sorry if that's a bit dramatic) I know all too well how it feels to be constantly paranoid about having scars and pretty much the levels of surgery we will undergo to erase them. We're also victimised by so my backstreet surgeons who are effectively taking advantage of our anxieties. I've had countless surgeries to date and in some areas it's worked but in most it's made no improvement, which is just a hard pill to swallow. I've lost faith in con
  3. Hi @Ethan94 - I've just reviewed this really insightful thread and I wondered if you're able to share some results as you're clearly long passed the 1 month downtime. I was VERY tempted to book a consultation with DR H however, I have mixed feelings now since reading all these posts. For most people working remotely, it hasn't been easy, my biggest issue is ZOOM and Team video chats as my scars are really noticeable on the camera and I'm actually so depressed at times, it really upsets me
  4. Hi all, As promised, I'm updating you all on my recovery from RF needling. It's been over 2 weeks now and I was hoping that my recovery time would of been fully accomplished before Xmas however I still had some blemishes until 24 hrs ago. See pics below: @beautifulambition - thanks for your advice on the barriers of intensity for using RF needling..... I think I made a silly estimate when considering 3.5mm for the next session. @Noa27 - I don't know the brand name of the actual RF Machi
  5. Hello all, I haven't posted much online in the past 3 yrs as my life completely changed..... New House, a beautiful Baby Boy (No.2), followed by BRexit which almost bankrupted my business and left me in complete financial difficultly for the past 18 months.... Thankfully I have turned things around and I've since relocated back to my native Ireland. I had no spare money to spend on skin treatment which was upsetting as I felt my complexion was slowly improving and there were some signs of hop
  6. There is no denying that Dr Tapen Patel is one of the best in the UK (if not Europe), however PHI's customer service isn't amazing and you really need to chase them..... I wasn't aware that PHI were charging consultation fees, however £195 isn't too bad as back in 2012 I was requested to pay £250/£300 from less acclaimed surgeons! If only I took more advantage of Dr Patel's prices in 2012/13 when he operated as VIVA from Golders Green, I would have a far better complexion however I just could
  7. Hi I used the following which I purchased from AMAZON, (total of £20) - see below: MelodySusie 540 Needles Derma Roller (1.5mm) http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OCEJYSY?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00 OZ Naturals - THE BEST Hyaluronic Acid Serum http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00C7DYBX0?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00 P.S. I'm flaking today....... similar to the downtime (on day 3) after laser treatment however I really ba
  8. Hi all, Its 36 hrs since my home dermaroller treatment, so I've used sunburn has an excuse for my blemished skin...... (its managed to work as a good decoy) See pics below: FrontFace: Left Right
  9. mooneboy

    Roller and hyaluronic acid

    Going on a budget... purchased a 1.5 mm roller and oz naturals hyaluronic acid serum - all for £20 on AMAZON - after much research I'm prepared to take the risk and inflict pain on myself.
  10. Right Guys, Round 2 tonight of the 1.5mm roller and OZ Naturals Hyaluronic Acid Serum and this time I really went for it...... feck me its hurting now so I better see some results. See gallery below:
  11. @MsBubbleTea Sorry for the late reply, I'm not a frequent user on this website, I hope your skin has since improved after the Infini treatment. The micro dots might be caused from bruising and/or scabs, my skin was extremely red with red dots after having Infini however the downtime wasn't too bad. I still don't think Infini is going to be the solution to improve your skin condition...... Laser or Enerjet was my preferred choice, while Infini initially had impressive results, after the swelling
  12. Hi girlinhiding, Did you receive your first stage of Infini treatment yet? Interested to hear your thoughts on how it went..... I has mixed feelings about my Infini treatment, however everyone's skin is different.
  13. Hi FoxyCleo, I've underwent Infini and like templeofdoom - I really don't rate this treatment unless its for fine frown lines, it really didn't deliver results which is very frustrating as £500 doesn't easily fall on my lap! Enerjet on the other hand works well and I think (depending on the depth of your scars) 2-3 treatments might be worth while as the downtime is pretty amazing. Active and/or Deep FX is the obvious route however the downtime is a bit unpredictable which isn't suitable, Intrac
  14. Hi templeofdoom I hope you're well, Did you go for enerjet again??? I'm starting to get anxious about my scaring again, the Energet certainly made a difference however my skins still needs more TLC....
  15. HI templeofdoom I hope you're well. How is your skin looking now since your last treatment?