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  1. HUGE improvement GBL. Im happy for you. I am going in for subcision on Canada this weekend and I will try to persuade MC clinic to start offering Re Cell treatments since it is already approved for use in Canada.
  2. DAMN. who's the new girl?

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      DAMN. This sounds familiar?

  3. you can ask him the questions if you want, but i think my question is flawed. Whether stem cells are adeqaute or not should be case by case basis. For some it might be adequate, for others it might not be.
  4. the unit has switches. you can use whatever light you want independantly. I don't see why you wouldn't be able to use them with a topical.
  5. Go with the red, infrared, and yellow light combo. i just recently purchases one myself. I had another brand before. it's pretty good.
  6. Hey Kristabel. The microdroplet technique is derived from the BOTOX microdoplet technique. It's a more refined and gradual technique with the philosophy , "It's better to under correct than over correct." I'm sure Dr. Khan has alot of pratice from offering his "baby botox" treatment. Give it a shot and we'll go from there. Did he ever discuss pricing with you? Whatever you do, you should compliment it with your own LED therapy to speed up the processes. I might do a separate thread o
  7. LED for scars alone? I highly doubt it will be effective. Maybe you can see some improvement as people use it for wrinkles, but you would hav eto be super dedicated for a long period. When you create damage (ex dermarolling, subcision) , cells are triggered to repair. That's when you should give them the fuel to do their job. The led man site is correct. Probably just easier to buy the 3 light (red, infrared, yellow) all in one.
  8. Think of LED red and infrared light as a source of energy for cells to do their thing. However, it would be nice if the cells had a mission, so you need some damage done first so your body can tell the cells what to do. You can do LED light therapy by yourself. You need to do it fairly often so going to a clinic to do it probably won't be effective. Get units from LEDman
  9. on,they wouldnt provide stem cells for scar treatment. So you spoke to them already? What did they say? What about Isolagen (laviv)?
  10. There are 2 oils that I know of that are said to improve scarring/ stretchmarks. Tamanu oil and Camelia oil. Not sure it that helps. Camelia oil is probably the more pleasant of the 2.
  11. Contact them Wei. They have everything you need. they are legit and the only clinic in beijing authorized to offer stem cells from my understanding.
  12. It's more of an inside joke. She's actually very shy and doesn't respond well to these type of compliments. I'm just pushing her buttons. There's a picture of her without makeup somewhere, but I'll leave it up to her.