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happy*gal

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  1. I found that interesting as well. I bought it and will try it along with dermarolling for skin texture and some small scarred pores. I'll keep you posted!
  2. Hi, does anyone know of anybody that performs needling in the toronto area?? Thanks!
  3. I used a tretinoin cream and THAT is what caused my scarring. It is shallow, but still there. It forever changed my skin. I have NEVER scarred prior to using it.
  4. I have the exact same problem....this started for me after I used tretenoin on my face...never had the issue before and never had a single scar. Those holes are scars and they will not close up on their own. I have had some for years. I have yet to figure how to stop these from forming. My scarring is very mild, but I am dying to try something to fix them. I think I am going to try professional needling. Please keep me posted if you have any news related to this issue.
  5. I don't think anyone is telling him to "just get over it". What I was saying was that whatever problems he has shouldn't be caused by his skin. Whilst he may be focussed on his skin as the root cause of his problem, it doesn't actually seem to be because there is no scarring, at least such that I and others can see in these pictures. Perhaps they are more evident in real life. Its like people with anorexia thinking their overweight. Just because they think it doesn't make it true and they w
  6. ^ he does have very mild scars....all i'm saying is that if he would like to find ways to improve the texture of his skin, he has every right to come to this board to find a solution, without having to feel bad about making a post because other people have it way worse than he does. Mild or severe scarring can ruin an individuals self-esteem.
  7. Just because his scars aren't as bad as some peoples on this board doesn't mean that you can suggest that he just "get over it". He joined this forum for a reason. Do you really think someone would waste their time if it wasn't affecting their self-esteem. I know exactly what he is going through. I have similar skin to his and although it is not really that bad, it affects my self-esteem tremendously. We are all here to improve our scarring. It shouldn't matter how bad it is.
  8. I was also wondering this.....i don't have enlarged pores, they are small scars which resemble enlarged pores (scarred pores). Most of them are not deep at all and disappear when the skin is stretched. Could this type of scar be injected with a filler? What do you guys think?
  9. Hey everyone....I haven't been here in a while because I moved and don't have access to a computer anymore. (i'm typing this at an internet cafe..lol) Anyways, as most of you are aware, i tried the TCA cross and unfortunately it didn't work for me. I also self needled one scar and tjat didn't work either. I've decided to get needled professionally but I was wondering what would be the best topical to use on the needled scars? I was also thinking of buying the green cream but since my skin di
  10. I've been using it for 3 days now.....much too soon to tell, but will update. And it does smell pretty bad!
  11. I just bought this makeup and I really like it. It's pretty much like the old version just a little less "stiff" I guess. I don't really know how to describe it, but I like it.
  12. A simple yes or no would have been fine. The reason I ask is because I have read that a couple of people have used the one by "acne free"? and said that it had helped mild scarring.
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