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jumbo

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  1. And I know what you mean about Ray, I think they both have been using Restylane, but like you say its temporary so sometime you notice it and sometimes you dont.
  2. the whole second link is about dermabrasion looky Dermabrasion and dermaplaning help to "refinish" the skin's top layers through a method of controlled surgical scraping. The treatments soften the sharp edges of surface irregularities, giving the skin a smoother appearance. Dermabrasion is most often used to improve the look of facial skin left scarred by accidents or previous surgery, or to smooth out fine facial wrinkles, such as those around the mouth. It's also sometimes used to remove the
  3. he has supposidly been having treatment for years and years on his scarring, just goes to show how make up and lighting can help not forgetting airbrushing...ahhh how I would love to be airbrushed
  4. looking for the "science" for you have this to be going on with... Chemobrasion This is a series of complexion peels using Pure Fruit Acids like AHA & BHA to help accelerate the removal of blemishes, wrinkles and early solar damaged skin. Chemo peeling activates new skin cellular regeneration, new collagen and cleans out impacted pores. The peeling technique involves a gradual titration with regards to the acid strength and length of time the acid is left on the skin. Microdermabrasi
  5. Thank you for posting that, its really interesting and usefull.
  6. can I just add that the magazine was my sisters NOT MINE!
  7. I guess it shows that even the best looking people have self confidence issues. I thought it was well known that Brad had been using Restylane? Ive seen it being posted on sites for about a year. plus there was an article in Top Sante magazine about how he has been seen going into clinics for a long time and that it was for his acne scarring. I'll see if they have an online version...
  8. Thats exactly what it is, a knock to your confidence. My spots cleared up years ago, but the marks left behind have always made me quite self aware, I guess that I impose my own feelings towards them on other people; you know like thinking that its the first thing that anyone see's, whereas this is just because its the first thing I notice when i look in the mirror everyday.
  9. why do you say that? We all know that Restylane is like botox in the fact you have to keep having a top up every 6 months or so, I'd be much more prepared to fork out that kind of money to something that was permanent rather than a quick fix. I'm only going off what I have heard, but I've seen it in a couple of places that he has had the treatment, I though someone here might know more about it...?? (or am I missing the point totaly of your post? sorry if so, I have a cold and my brain is fr
  10. I know that he was a user of Restylane, but heard recently (holy moly news letter) that he was now using isolagen. Does anyone know how long he has been using and if the treatment is working? I would consider that my scarring is worse than Brad's (lets face it he could cut off half his face and still be attractive ) so I would be very interested in this if it really can work. Has anyone else tried this? had a consultation?
  11. Ive always found Aloe gel to be fantastic with reducing redness and itchiness but I dont think it woudl actually cure scars. My sister swears by pure lavendar oil though
  12. Its an emotive subject, scarring of any kind leads to insecurity problems I have found. Everyone one always see's teh faults in themselves and magnifies them out of all propurtion. Even the most vain people are vain because they spend so long looking for and fixing flaws.
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