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  1. I will keep searching, but i cant spend more thousands on doctors that dont even know how to treat it. So inbetween i will try to needle it and look for another treatments i can do at home. thank you very much for your help, any advice is welcome. I used silicone patches for 2 years now, every day, on my nose without sucess. I probably saw every rhinophyma video so i can get a tip of how i can advice any doctor to treat it, but they dont want to mess with it. i tried to use clobetasol which i
  2. The first picture is a bump on nose, its there for years, i dont care much about the pores, i think everyone has them, mines arent that bigger, are kinda average normal. what bothers me is the small bumpy areas, i just wanted to make them flat. Sorry about the photos, the quality isnt given a very good perspective to judge because the quality of the camera is kinda poor, i will try to find another way to bring better photos i would love to have a recommendation about a Lim/Novack/Chu like doct
  3. So, i went to one different dermatologist and one surgeon, both of them refused to treat my condition. one of them simple looked and said he wasnt going to remove. the other said it was a small sebaceous hyperplasia and wasnt worth it to cut it and cause scarring So im completely lost here. I came to a conclusion that brazil is one of the worst places to take care of your acne/scars. The surgeons and dermatologists here just want to do procedures like botox, silicone, buttlifts and that
  4. I am male. After my second round i was using salycilic acid + benzoil peroxide(clyndoxil), no moisturizer, i had few pimples here and there ocasionally they didnt bother. But after like 2 years in this regimen my skin start to become very dry. Its when the acne started to get out of control. i started to get irritation from salycilica acid + benzoil peroxide, so i started to use a jojoba oil moisturizer and wasnt enough. i stopped the salycilic acid, then my skin start to get worse and w
  5. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.4161/derm.15331 That should be a interesting read for everyone here. In this big study regarding isotretinoin there is a section about hair loss and references for other induced accutane hair loss studies.
  6. My dosage is 20, up to 30mg per week. medium-term is enough to halt my acne and try to avoid sides. My acne isnt severe, is mild but resistent, in my opinion, there is no "final dose" that will cure it for me, once i stop, it will come back. Just time can cure my skin from my hormones i guess. The micro-dosage is good so i can start fresh again and see what happen one year after. I lost hair in my second round, thats why im concerned. My hair is still good, and not shedding anymore, i thi
  7. Im having these for a while now, they are red inflammed bumps, they fade in like 48h, they seem like a cystic acne but they fade too fast to be cystic acne, and dont leave any mark, i already had cystic acne and was different from this they dont have head, they are just red and painful to touch and in 24h they start to get really small til go away, it resembles me mosquito bites, but they arent. It doesnt seem like the normal breakouts i used to have in past 8 years. Anyone have a clue of w
  8. Im in the same situation as yours. except my first round was in 2012, my second was in 2015 too and im with the pills here in my desk for micro-dosing a third round im just afraid to lose my hair, thats whats keeping me out of it, did u experienced hair loss?
  9. im trying my best to find a surgeon specialized in rhynophyma but here in brazil i couldnt see to find anyone thats so sad my dermatologist only deal with co2 lasers and i dont think she is skilled enough to fix my problem since i already did 3 treatments and nothing
  10. Thanks BA, by the photos do you think is it possible to achieve very good results and make it flat?
  11. Hi, im here looking for a advice for my nose bumps, i think i already have tried everything, i already did 3 co2 sessions, needling, peels, glycolyc, salycilic, nothing seems to make this bump flat again. i just wanted my nose to be flat again, i saw tons of photos on the internet of much worse cases such rhynophyma turning perfect that made me think that my case wasnt that hard to treat. i know my case isnt that severe but still affect mt pretty much, specially because the photos dont sh
  12. ajaxz

    90 - 100% Results Could Be Achievable

    Well, this is just great to hear. I still have active acne and my skin has been destroyed from years of acne scars. I thought at least one day if I manage to clear up my active acne (doubtful, but I had hope at one point in time) I could get laser surgery or chemical peels to make my skin look good again. But I guess there really is no hope to look like a normal human being again. My active acne isn't going to clear up despite any treatments anyway so I guess I have nothing to worry about. Even
  13. ajaxz

    90 - 100% Results Could Be Achievable

    man i think you're wrong lasers do not do miracle, they remove the top layer of your skin stimulating collagen production on the scar areas everything in this life is temporary, if u do a co2 laser and got improvements in your scar they will not disappear but after the collagen of laser boost goes away you will see that your skin will not respond like before, but there is no logic here when you say that "lasers are temporary" your filled scar will not shrink again to a scar again after a whi
  14. ajaxz

    90 - 100% Results Could Be Achievable

    man i think you're wrong lasers do not do miracle, they remove the top layer of your skin stimulating collagen production on the scar areas everything in this life is temporary, if u do a co2 laser and got improvements in your scar they will not disappear but after the collagen of laser boost goes away you will see that your skin will not respond like before, but there is no logic here when you say that "lasers are temporary" your filled scar will not shrink again to a scar again after a whi
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