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DavidLane

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  1. My acne scars are quite shallow and it is isolated in 2 areas. I think derma stamping or rolling would work and really eliminate and fade them well. I was also wondering, do you have any hyperpigmentation or dark/red spots that you also stamp? And has stamping so far caused the skin to produce more pigment and make the area darker? I heard that too much needling in an area can cause hyperpigmentation. And for the last question for now: Why did you choose the stamp over the roller? Sorry if my q
  2. Can I successfully break the hard scar tissue without seeing blood? I won't stamp another stamp once I see blood.
  3. I was wondering whether or not I need to Derma Stamp until I see blood come out of my skin on the face, in order to induce collagen production. Can I just rough up the skin until it's really red but not till it bleeds to induce collagen? Or do I need to see blood for collagen to actual form? Are there any cases where people had seen scar improvement without seeing blood? Thank you
  4. My acne scars are quite shallow and it is isolated in 2 areas. I think derma stamping or rolling would work and really eliminate and fade them well. I was also wondering, do you have any hyperpigmentation or dark/red spots that you also stamp? And has stamping so far caused the skin to produce more pigment and make the area darker? I heard that too much needling in an area can cause hyperpigmentation. And for the last question for now: Why did you choose the stamp over the roller? Sorry if my q
  5. Thanks! Actually, I know what you are talking about. Those are not scars. Those are just PIH that formed from the needles hitting the healthy skin. They are perfectly normal. Mine went away in about a day or 2. I made sure I bled during my stamping. Collagen won't be induced if there is no "injury" or bleeding. When you are stamping, always make sure the whole scar has been stamped. You will know that if a scab forms on the scar. That way when it is remodeling, the whole scar is affected not ju
  6. Nice to hear it's going well. I'm wondering though, after your first procedure, did you notice any NEW scars that appeared or formed at all? Like new little tiny holes or something? Also did you bleed at all during your stamping? And lastly, If possible, could you actually post pictures of the area your stamping? Thanks and good luck!
  7. I believe that if you use a 0.5mm or a 0.2mm, it is safe to roll/ stamp all over the skin and not cause any damage or scars to unscarred skin. If you plan to go higher then 0.5mm I would suggest to only target the area with the scars.And good luck to the OP on his stamping! I want to hear more throughout his journey!
  8. I have a question, did you see any improvements to your scars with Dermarolling?
  9. I'm wondering if you can post a few more images but in different angles such as a front shot. More images with the camera that close to your face would help us help you!
  10. As long as your skin doesn't seem like it's flaky or 'feel dry', then your skin should be moisturized. You don't need to look for something that 'Once you apply, you must leave it on!" to moisturize the skin. You can use honey and leave it on for about 2 hours, that will moisturize the skin, and then wash it off. I also heard Egg Yolk can really moisturize the skin, you can try that and wash it off in 2-3 hours also. Good Luck!
  11. The first question would be, do you still get acne? If you do, you have to try and get rid of that first before treating red marks because you'll just keep getting red marks if you still have acne. Those marks don't seem that bad, try to exfoliate on a basis and make sure you keep your skin moisturized.
  12. You have to be strong and really force yourself not to eat all that stuff.
  13. I do not think that it will harm the skin or "make the scars deeper" if it burns or makes the skin red. Though I believe it is making your skin more sensitive if you continue to use it this way. If it burns and makes the skin red. My suggestion is that you mix it with other natural products such as honey, aloe vera, or plain yogurt. Get creative!
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