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cycloverid last won the day on June 21 2015

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  1. That's good news, thanks for posting the link acastro!
  2. Another year, another opportunity for scarfree healing!
  3. Yeah, that's mostly in your mind. Once the redness goes away you are left with some minor indentations... you mostly need to figure out how to deal with the overblown mental reaction you're having to this.
  4. There's no need to get mad about this. If you don't think it's worth your time then don't "show up". I just love science so I post articles and information that I find around the web just in case anyone else is interested. I'm not getting my hopes up every day that the cure is right around the corner, and I suggest you do the same or you will constantly be let down. I'm sorry that life isn't fair. Look at all the people on this thread that have suffered! I say just appreciate all the
  5. Treat the big one on your forehead with subcision. I would recommend not treating the others at all, you will probably end up making them worse!
  6. Why is the top excision 1 cm longer and wouldn't that affect the outcome???
  7. Doctors take advantage of so many desperate people... it's sickening
  8. Yeah Recell is a total sham I think, which is why it still isn't FDA approved.
  9. I too have hypopigmentation. I've tried ginger for 3 months and topical Bimatoprost with Fraxel and had no improvement whatsoever. There was this announcement earlier this month but it's based on the Excimer laser which I was told doesn't work. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/deka-medical-announces-break-through-in-treating-hypopigmentation--the-excilite-u-106879373.html Honestly I doubt anything will improve hypopigmentation at this time. Trying a procedure at this point is an act
  10. Yeah, this is the PEF study. They are still tuning the parameters for human application, right? Other than that this looks promising.
  11. There has been a steady stream of publications on skin regeneration for years now. I'm not sure about the egg yolk thing, but there are many universities and research groups actively looking into this and can be found in the dozens of links we have posted in this thread. There are plenty of fallbacks if hydrogel fails.
  12. Those marks will definitely fade, but it will take 3-6 months for your skin to fully get rid of them. If you are getting F:Restore done, then likely it will turn out to be a waste of money as it doesn't go that deep.
  13. I just saw this article independently. So we're saved then rudy?
  14. I get the same reaction from hydroquinone. My dermatologist was baffled and said that he's never heard of burning/redness from it. I stopped using it altogether.
  15. I've heard of this happening after laser treatments. I have also heard of it being permanent. I've had rosacea all of my life and have been extremely sensitive to temperature changes and such. I'm sorry you're going through this. Unfortunately you just have to wait and see if it gets better. I would avoid the sun like the plague for at least another 3 months.
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