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Minnie11

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  1. I have the same and am having Dermastamp treatment which is gradually helping. I'm drinking bone broth daily too.
  2. I can relate to this. I've got a scar I created after I left my husband. I did it as a punishment for what I'd done. My scar is gradually healing and I'm working on forgiving myself.
  3. Does anyone know why the recommended time between Dermastamp treatments is 6 weeks? I've had 2 treatments with 10 weeks inbetween and a 3rd treatment booked with another 10 week gap. Have I left the time in between treatments too long? Thanks for any replies.
  4. I'm due to have Dermastamp on an atrophic scar in a weeks time. Has anyone had any experience of Dermastamp (good or bad)? Thanks
  5. Hi, I've had Microstamp treatment to an Atrophic Scar recommended. The practitioner at the clinic has recommended I wait another 2 months to see how my scar heals (it's 3 months old now). Has anyone had any success with this treatment? Is there anything anyone can recommend doing whilst waiting for healing? Thanks.
  6. Bee4acne, are you thinking of having any other treatments? Did your Dermatologist say whether they thought it would heal any more?
  7. Minnie11

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    Are you thinking of trying any other treatments?
  8. Yes, I'm much the same, I don't get anything for months and then an outbreak (I've got prescription Zineryt on repeat prescription as I got taken off Dianette due to age). I've had such sensitive skin in the past that I gave up on everything else (except what was prescribed) and use BioOil, Emulsiying Ointment and a Ambre Solaire Sunscreen. I've tried all kinds of combinations of products and realised it wasn't what I put on my skin causing spots it was hormonal. I've had really dreadful
  9. Hi, yes, we are the same, I'm 40. I took a look at your photos and they are the same as mine. They don't look indented straight on (at both consultations they said they weren't indented but I can see they are when I look in my mirror when I'm driving. Really don't want to go with anything too invasive though. It's very difficult to find any information on when to start treating them. I started using Glycolic Acid as I read it's best to start as soon as possible. Have you treated yours in
  10. Hi, I'm keen to treat a single red and indented acne scar (3 months old) and I'm now 40 so wondering what will work on mature skin? I'd really like this scar treated as I think I made the healing cyst worse by over exfoliating when I was stressed one day so seeing it in the mirror is a constant reminder of that day. I only want the scar area treated though. Anyone had any success at this age? I have no experience of treating scars (despite 20 years of acne). So far I've only used 5%
  11. Minnie11

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    I have exactly the same scar situation, 3 months old from cyst, still red and slightly indented and I was wondering the same. I have only been using some 5% Glycolic Acid cream and wondering when I could try and treat it with something else?
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