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  1. I had 2 sessions of Infini done too and has seen a definite elevation of the boxcar scars. However, I think Infini would be even more effective for people who has rolling scars (the ones that disappear when skin is stretched out) as demonstrated by Dr Davin Lim in one of his videos on Infini. Infini could be the future for the treatment of many scar types as it does not have the bad side effects associated with traditional lasers such as fat loss, and long downtime too. All the best for your ski
  2. It has been 3 months post treatment and here are my results. There seems to be some elevation on the boxcar scars, however the borders are not quite smoothed out yet. I'm satisfied. The Venus Viva nanofractional Radio Frequency is good for general complexion. My skin was noticeably smoother. I didn't expect too much from just one session, especially for scar treatment. 5-6 treatments spaced a month apart was recommended for me. In the meantime, I will continue skin needling, spaced a month apa
  3. I understand where most of you guys are coming from. I'm no longer obsessed with the scars, I acknowledge the fact that most people wouldn't have realized their existence unless I pointed it out. They have been a part of my teenage, and a unique part of my complexion. I would however be thrilled if there are any obvious improvement. I've only started looking at scar treatments because of the improving technology and decreasing cost. The venus viva that I had ( a doctor treatment) was offered to
  4. If you've done some reading on the treatments available for scarring, you probably would have come across horror stories; especially from laser. After all, its just nature to overestimate the odds of dreadful but infrequent events. And I'm ultimately, not rewarded for not taking any action. Somewhere in April, I've tried out dermarolling; which I'd seen slow but substantial results from. Strengthened by newer advances in technology, I'm glad that I've finally took the first step to solve my prim
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