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  1. After reading many of the posts detailing positive results that people have had with dermabrasion done by Dr. Y, I've let myself get my hopes up that this may be the answer for me. I'm from Canada, and I've gone as far as considering moving temporarily to the New Orleans area so that I can have some punch floats and excisions done and then 3-4 weeks later a dermabrasion session. I could recuperate in New Orleans and wouldn't have to worry as much about facing the world while recovering. I pro
  2. I want to make this happen, but I don't know if I can.
  3. I'm also concerned about this because I already have a problem wih ingrown hairs. I actually use an electric shaver instead of a razor because it doesn't cut as close. If I shave very close, the hair ends up beneath the surface of the skin and sometimes gets trapped. This is one of the main reasons I have breakouts. I wonder if dermabrasion would improve my skin surface so that ingrown hairs don't happen as frequently. I don't know why other men can shave very close without any problems and
  4. I think lally191 is just combining the drug company name with the drug's brand name. Accutane is the drug and the company which manufactures it is Roche. Isotretinoin is the generic name.
  5. Who is this "God" you speak of?
  6. Allison, it still comes down to faith. You happen to believe that what is stated in the Bible actually happened. It could simply be a fictional account, couldn't it? Perhaps it was reality as they (the writers) saw it. There is no factual proof or evidence to support anything from either the Old Testament or the New Testament. All you have are stories. Even if those that wrote the stories believed in the validity of the events, it is still simply their interpretation of what took place. T
  7. Because Christianity is unique among the world’s religions for several important reasons -- not the least of which being that Christianity, unlike other religions, is historic and evidential. Jesus of Nazareth is a historical figure. He was, of course, born in Bethlehem in Judea during the reign of Caesar Augustus and was put to death by Pontius Pilate, a first century Roman Governor. More important, the testimony of His life, death, and resurrection comes to us by way of eyewitness accou
  8. John Smith, please go preach somewhere else. You're wasting your time here and you aren't helping anyone. If YOU want to believe, that's fine, but keep it to yourself. You're investing so much time trying to prove your points, but you aren't converting anyone. If anything, the more you speak, the less credibility you have. Was is it the Christian thing to do when you said the following to Lylat uk?