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  1. the marks that were taken out, were they hypertrophic/keloid scars they cut out?
  2. if he really likes you he won't care about your imperfections
  3. vitamins b5 and E have nothing in common with a laser treatment. i think you're getting confused about not taking prescription acne medication such as tetracycline, doxycycline, etc... in which you are supposed to be off of for a couple days before and after any kind of laser treatment since it makes your skin sensitive to light.
  4. i know you're probably adamant on not getting another laser treatment in your life but there are lasers out there that will take those marks away. You need to go to a doctor that has a lot of experience with cosmetic laser dermatology and a variety of lasers.
  5. i had pdt with levulan, however i had it done with a Vbeam laser so it got rid of my acne as well as the redness. got 5 or 6 treatments done about a year and a half ago with no re-occurance of acne. to date i have only seen 1 or 2 people that have had worse acne than me.
  6. taking iron supplements by themselves will deplete your body of other minerals such as copper and zinc. if you don't know the ratios between vitamins and minerals stick to a balanced multivitamin so this doesn't happen.
  7. what are these daily vitamin packets ? I've never heard of them before.
  8. the GNC mega man formula isn't that great. there are much better products out on the market. it also lists vitamin k as one of the ingredients, something you should stay away from as it thickens the blood. you want thin slippery blood not thick sticky blood.
  9. i've never tried straight flaxseed oil by itself, but i've heard it tastes pretty bad. if you're worried about taste get it in softgel capsules instead.
  10. the b-copmplex tablet isn't bad but i've seen better. as for the multi, it's not that great. Everything in there is so low potent and I bet you payed a high price for it too. Only thing they had a lot of was the lutein and lycopene, which is good. If you're worried about what vitamins to take and which ones you shouldn't be taking with others, you should try buying a daily vitamin packet that has everything proportioned in it for you. truth be told, you can't get all the necessary vitamins from
  11. what's in the daily multivitamin? i can't give you an opinion if i don't know what's in it.
  12. Each tablet contains: Zinc amino acid chelate (zinc 5mg) 25 mg Vitamin A (retinyl acetate 143.2mcg) 415 IU Thiamine hydrochloride (vit. B1) 1.67 mg Riboflavin (vit. B2) 1.67 mg Nicotinamide (vit. B3) 125 mg Calcium pantothenate equiv. to 450mg pantothenic acid (vit B5) 500 mg Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vit. B6) 4.17 mg Folic acid 83.3 mcg Cyanocobalamin (vit B12) 4.17 mcg Biotin 167 mcg I'd hate to tell you this, but there's really nothing in this product. $30 US dollars for 100 ta
  13. dude, you can barely see your scars. my scars are 1000 times worse (not emphasizing). you should be happy that you have such a nice complexion. if i was talking to you i would definately not notice the scars, they're even hard to see when i am looking at them.
  14. Now that is just a ridiculous claim. scarcrash is right. my dad's in the supplement industry and there are countless efforts by the FDA to change the law in order to make people get prescriptions for vitamins. it's all about money for the govt. They're getting soo much money from people that take prescription drugs on a regular basis they know if they ever clear a drug or method to cure cancer or diabetes or any of the BIG disease, they'll lose a lot of money. i'd hate to say it, but the F
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