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MartinTheMartian

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About MartinTheMartian

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  1. Thank you But wouldn't the derm or whoever does treatment know the rate of success? I mean, if there was a chance of making the scar worse or more noticeable than I wouldn't go for it, no way. On the other hand, if it would help, why not? Thanks again! Does anyone else have something similiar or even an isolated nose scar and has tried treatment?
  2. I'm going to go see the derm sometime next month but I was just trying to see whatcha guys think. I know acne scars are common, but not as much as the nose. People complain about scars on their cheek or forehead and I am sympathetic but I also have those too. Honestly, I don't mind about those as much as they are not CONSTANTLY inflamed and red like the one on my nose. What sucks the most is that it's right in the middle of my face. I can't even look people directly in the eyes because of it. A
  3. definitely indented. i think theres a very tiny pimple next to it so it might look inflamed/red a bit but it usually isnt like that. Also its summer time so its more red from the sun.
  4. Just like the title mentions, I'm 16 and I've had this scar on my nose for almost a year now. It started as a pretty big zit and I guess it left an as big scar. It's pretty noticeable and its deep. How can I treat it? As for the scars on my chin, they aren't AS noticeable of course (cuz they aren't on my nose) but they are still annoying and honestly, I have no clue where these came from. Maybe you fellow blades could help me out in my struggle and tell me what kind of scarring it is and what
  5. It's surprising no one has mentioned Neosporin/Polysporin. Pick yourself some of that. Put it on the mark, bandaid over night. And wake up and it should be WAY less red.
  6. Alright, nevermind. I'll keep applying Neosporin 3-4 times a day and hope it fades soon. Thanks anyway.
  7. Oh sorry, I forgot. Sorry for the bad quality, but that's all I can provide for the moment. Close UP: http://yfrog.com/08closebkrj Normal view: http://yfrog.com/08fardouj
  8. Hey Acne.org. I have a question for you guys. Around 2-3 months ago, I developed a reddish zit on my nose and I popped it, blah blah blah. And now 2-3 months later, I still have this thing on my nose. It's not a zit, or I don't think it is. Its like half a centimeter in diameter. Black. And it bleeds from time to time. It has little white/yellow bumps in it, like little whiteheads inside of it. Neosporin seems to work sometimes, but it stays there. Is it a blackhead? The little white/yellow
  9. How long is your vacation? The US has very strict restrictions on accutane, and dermatologists cannot prescribe more than one month at a time. So if you are going to be gone for more than a month, that might explain it. 2 months is my vacation. And how is it a strict thing? Just in their original containers and in the carry-on to be taken on the flight. And I'm not on vacation yet, but I have switched from 60mg to a 40mg a day officially. They are strict on the prescribing of
  10. How long is your vacation? The US has very strict restrictions on accutane, and dermatologists cannot prescribe more than one month at a time. So if you are going to be gone for more than a month, that might explain it. 2 months is my vacation. And how is it a strict thing? Just in their original containers and in the carry-on to be taken on the flight. And I'm not on vacation yet, but I have switched from 60mg to a 40mg a day officially.
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