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  1. hi shadecraze, how are the bumps doing? do you eventually have any kind of treatment on them? i also have those bumps from using too harsh of retinol in my case. i also wonder the derms that i've been visiting seem to be adamant about diagnosing the bumps. they're more interested in acnes and its scars. i wonder why. Does any procedure of these bumps risky and with less result?
  2. @beautifulambition I read your response above "...Some at home try a microneedling device to stamp them first, doing light peels, and occlude them with a liquid silicone" I do plan to do microneedling at home and within the needling area, there is the Sebacious Hyperplasia. I thought it's not adviced to needle on any kind of bump as it might aggravate and spread them. Does needling actually help in improving even perhaps diminish the appearance of Sebacious Hyperplasia. Also what is li
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    Thoughts on Dr David Lim?

    i could relate to Ammeo's "warning" in regards to syringe use in TCA Cross procedure. However, Dr. Lim does not at all suggest explicitly that TCA Cross could be done at home with a syringe. Furthermore, as a derm with many online followers, he does unconsciously put influence to his watchers that using syringe could be more effective than usual toothpicks. I was almost drawn to this first as well. Let this be a good sharing from Ammeo that this method could only be done by professionals who are
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    Oral Isotretinoin for Sebacious Hyperplasia

    Hi Justdry thanks so much for responding. i might re-think of doing oral isotret since the side effect might do more harm than the SH. i did cautery and CO2 laser in the past but it's not satisfactory hence, i'd like to try other methods. my SH are small sizes but quite many. they appear after i use wrong skincare so i'm not sure of the genetic side since i recall none of my family members have it. after the cautery and CO2 laser, most of them just reduced in size though they start as small
  5. Hi abraxas21 thanks so much for responding. May I know how big is your Sebacious Hyperplasia lesions prior to oral isotret? i might re-think of doing oral isotret since the side effect might do more harm than the SH. i did cautery and CO2 laser in the past but it's not satisfactory hence, i'd like to try other methods. my SH are small sizes but quite many. they appear after i use wrong skincare so i'm not sure of the genetic side since i recall none of my family members have it. after
  6. anyone ever find success in treating their SH with oral isotret? I find some articles that even with lower dose, it'd clear up the SH with rare occurence in future
  7. @abraxas21 how's your Sebacious Hyperplasia doing with the oral isotret? are they totally gone?
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    skin colored bumps on chin treatment

    @Marie528 how is the progress with the Accutane. I too suspect my bump is SH. shaving by cautery or laser is not that effective IMO. i've done it in the past and there're so many rooms for human error with the procedures such as the derm missed some spots and they just shrugged their shoulder off when I pointed them out #sic. Some just decrease in size and some succesfully removed though they're all of similar sizes , I'm not sure why the difference in result (referring back to operator error).
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    Sebaceous Hyperplasia

    wow thanks for sharing. good for you! unfortunately my SH comes from retinol itself. it burns my skin and afterwards creating the bumpy textures. afterwards, I use a milder form , the retinaldehyde but it only decrease in size. would like to try the isotret systemic next
  10. Does anyone know if the dermastamp sold by Vaughter Welness is of the same production place with their Derminator? I mean do they produce the dermastamp as well? I know that they were used to be dermarollers resellers in the past.
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    How I Got Rid Of My Acne Scars

    @Liquid_Ocelot thanks so much for the sharing. I find the info is very detail and useful. i, myself just suffer from Fraxel laser damage and considering needling combined with at-home LED. From what I read, you continue with the LED treatment directly after the needling session 5 minutes for the red light. from the info i gather for the LED usage alone is to be used on a dry clean face then afterwards continue with the skincare routine. But with microneedling, we are supposed to put a serum
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    Is This Keloid?

    it's been 9months since i had the virus. it's red since my derm prescribe me a formulated ointment that contains Salicylic Acid and hydrocortisone cream on it. they were flat before but after few months becomes a bit bumpy. i feel partly because i was aggresively putting on skincare to reduce the hyperpigmentation but it's too rich hence the raised bumps
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    Is This Keloid?

    Hi guys, i just suffered from adult chicken pox. Afterwards there are raised bumps from some of the marks. I wonder if this could be categorized as keloid? What's the best treatment for this scar? Could i get the keloid injection treatment? TIA
  14. missamua i totally feel the same about the plumper, fresher and dewier of the scar after peeling Dermaflage off . in my case, I have 2 holes to cover, one of them is the main concern since it's a sizable indentation. but the other one is almost levelling up and just leave a ring mark. surprisingly, dermaflage suck up that ring formation and now it's barely there. it's as if there's a stimulation for the collagen growth underneath due to the 'sucking and sticking' by Dermaflage. I also like the
  15. hi no_hope give it a try, it needs practice but very time efficient in my case compared to applying make up (which still makes it looks worse). I see from your profile pic, you have the ice pick n rolling scars?? that'd need more time to practice and apply imho. mine is a large hole next to my nose near the cheek bone. imagine how that looks with every angle of lightning With dermaflage, i need even less than 5mnts to apply, sometimes it takes longer (u know one of those bad days) but the
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