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BioNeedle

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  1. I'm assuming you've been an asshole your whole life?
  2. Wrong: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0,39&q=isotretinoin+epiphyseal+closure I stand corrected. However linking me to a google search result and not a study is not beneficial to the thread. All those studies were long term (year(s)) isotretinoin at high dose in younger children. At 20Mg it is highly, highly unlikely that the drug had any affect on his growth. I also took low dose isotretinoin when I was approximately 16 and suffered no growth issues. I was 5'11 at the
  3. There is nothing at all to suggest accutane affects growth. Genetics ultimately determine your structure and frame. Just because your father is your father, doesn't mean you will have all the traits he has. If his wrists are thicker, he likely has a greater propensity to gain mass and is probably a mesomorph or endomorph. In terms of "thicker" wrists, hit the gym and start doing forearm workouts. You are likely an ectomorph which means you're going to have to start eating more if you want to gai
  4. Yes the dermajet is no longer for sale. I do not know alternatives, never researched. The owndoc needles are often the wrong length or bent and I have to toss them out - maybe there are better options out there? OwnDoc is actually releasing another dermaneedling device this summer that is supposed to be better and replace the dermajet. It is supposed to be priced at $199, and come in a few months. Check out their site if you want to see it.
  5. This guy is crazy. I hope nobody else tries this, he is clearly delusional. Just because something is natural, doesn't mean it's good. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_nature
  6. Honestly, the picture you posted is horrible. It looks like it was taken with a webcam from 2007. It's hard to see any depth because of the photo quality. You really should try to retake it with a better camera.
  7. Try to keep the scab moist so it peels more slowly, and don't pick at it. You can use aquaphor to keep it moist.
  8. Lol are you kidding? Probably the most horrible idea. You'll be left with way more scarring than you began with.
  9. These treatments would probably help you the most: TCA Cross Subcision Fraxel with Recell (Quite expensive) I wouldn't waste time with superficial peels, as they probably wont do much. Single needling, and dermarolling/stamping might also help, but the treatments I listed first would give you the most significant improvement. In addition to that you can get fillers, either temporary or permanent. Those bring a more immediate improvement, but not everyone wants to inject foreign substa
  10. Aw, thanks. I am quite thankful I can easily cover them up. I used to have much worse acne on my face which couldn't be covered so it is relieving. Just wish I could wear backless dresses without being self-conscious ha. They really don't even look like acne scars, tbh. I actually find them attractive. I'm not that familiar with hypertrophic scars but I wish you the best
  11. If it makes you feel better, they really don't look unattractive.
  12. Some people have used that model with success. In terms of power, you will be fine with just a plug adapter, Australia and Hong Kong have the same voltage. I have some needling information on my website here http://dermasource.org/scar-revision/dermaneedling/ . However it is targeted at rolling and stamping, rather than dermapen. However the topical information and directions might be able to help you out. Hope I can help and let us know if you have more questions.
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