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  1. do you have pics before and after? how did derminator help vs boxcars. I personally have one as well, I am wondering if it's worth continuing or it will hurt the recovery of actually in-office treatments. same age as you btw. Also sunscreen man, it will stop from hyperpigmenting. Cross also eliminated all hyperpigmentation in my deep scars, now my goal is to stop it from hyperpigmenting again.
  2. So best to avoid RF immediately after filler. Is this because your skin has not built around it? Is this also true with HA Filler it's injected so deep that bleeding it won't be an issue assuming you had a good doctor do it.
  3. So with fillers when is the best time to get them? I have a severe form of scarring with fat loss in my cheeks. Is it not done after all of your major procedures are done? I am planning on atleast 3 subcisions and 3 infini sessions. If I get fillers like HA, Sculptura, even bellafill done say in between those sessions, would it not be a waste since you will technically bleed a lot of it out when you do infini or when doctor pokes you with nokor? Or somehow these filler magically embedded in to
  4. subcision works best for rolling scars. Boxcars can improve but there is far too much tethering, need to break up boxcars into rolling scars with Infini, or Lasers.
  5. HOLY **** MAN! That's after 1 treatment of Rullan??? I see a ton of improvement, maybe 20-30% and I am being honest when I say that I am shocked at how good that turned out you must be a hyper responder. Your temples look amazing. I would like to see a pic without hat and outside, for fair comparison.
  6. Man... How So?? please explain!! I heard it is not back by any science!
  7. Thanks for the update! I read your entire thread and going thru a similar journey and you give me hope. I wish you the best results that you can get from this peel sir.
  8. I just had this done at 88 percent my first go. No test spots no, full bore. Doctor trained under Rullan seminar. Did not see any scar widening. Saw my hyperpigmentation in all my scars lighten, (Im asian). All my deep pitted scars improve significantly. slightly lightend my shallow scars too. I say 40% improvement in my deep scars and 10% improvement overall in my face. I'd say jump right into it if you can find. With any cross the deeper the scar more effect it will have.
  9. Read the paper on dermarolling and full face peel, I believe you can do most of that at home except that first subcision appointment. It's like the first thing on the FAQ, 15 bucks for tretinoin at a Mexican pharmacy, 250 bucks for a dermiantor and some needle cartridges, and 20 bucks for TCA 15%. 3 months of treatment for under $300!
  10. remarkable man, can't wait to see the final results!!1
  11. I found what appears to be a good practitioner in the town where I live (Fayetteville AR) for INFINI RF Microneedling. I am planning to undergo later this year (after I get a few CROSS/SUBCISION completed). However I am wanting second opinions/backup options. I am completely comfortable with her but One thing that throws a red flag about this place is more of a medspa rather than a serious dermatology clinic and offers Infini in packages rather than modifying treatement to individual needs. Howe
  12. NEVER CROSS ALL OF YOUR SCARS WITH 100 % ! The most I would ever do is 1 or 2 on my deepest scars as A DIY. SEEK A PROFESSIONAL stop trying to rush your treatment process, THE WAY I THINK ABOUT IS, I HAD SCARS FOR 7 YEARS OF MY LIFE, WHAT IS ANOTHER 1-2 MONTHS OF WAITING TO SEE GET THE RIGHT DOCTOR'S APPOINTMENT? 1-2 MONTHS IS NOTHING COMPARED TO A SPAN OF 7 YEARS.
  13. lol dr. chu sucks from reading so many negative reviews on this board.
  14. Post Pics, you may need TCA/Phenol cross. Depending on your severity, at home treatments provides little effect.
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