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  1. @poi_boi_23 Yes, definitely going to wait 6 months before judging/posting the permanent results. Unfortunately the doctor I went to does not offer PRP. @SaraTheGerman Thanks! I went to Dr. Ibrahami in Stamford, CT. Unfortunately I don't know the settings but I believe the deepest needle was 2.0mm and went down to 0.5mm with 4 passes on each cheek. @beautifulambition Thank you, I really do appreciate the feedback. Tbh, I haven't been following these forums for some time so I wasn't aw
  2. Hi everyone, after thinking about it for a long time I made the decision to start doing RF microneedling treatments. I wanted to start a thread to track and share my progress. When I first had my consult with the dermatologist, he actually recommended doing Fraxel Dual instead, but I resisted due to my concerns about hyperpigmentation since I have ethnic skin. So far I've had two treatments, both of them Genius which is basically the newer version of Infini. My first treatment was in February an
  3. Looking for advise on treatment, specifically microneedling versus Infini. I have mostly boxcar scaring, and what looks like some fat loss (photos below). It seems like there has been a higher preference towards Infini over microneedling on this forum. Is microneedling no longer viewed as a decent treatment option/one that does not offer much results? I have asian skin and I struggle a lot with post inflammatory erythema (ex. some stubborn red marks that are over 6 months old) which makes me thi
  4. I'm hoping to get some feedback on 1) the type of scars I have, and 2) whether the treatments I'm looking into are right for my scars. I can't exactly tell whether my scars are boxcar or rolling based off of google images, especially in normal lighting. I've attached a bunch of photos -- I have several blemishes because I had been off my regular skin regiment for a couple month so keep that in mind. Also, my skin is pretty irritated since it's getting used to the Retin-A again. Would subcisio