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  1. I don't know if you have this available in your country, but if you do, buy it. It is very good for hyperpigmentation after peels: http://www.dermatocosmetice.eu/auriderm-xo.php I started using it about 10 days ago and I can already see a HUGE improvement. I am 7 months post my full face CO2 laser. My face was still quite red and I was very worried and depressed. But it seems to be getting better with Auriderm. I also take DETRALEX (produced in France), twice a day. Good luck!
  2. Why would makeup for guys be any different than makeup for girls? Skin is skin. Why not just find the best makeup, period? Because until now I couldn't find any makeup that wasn't obvious. I need something (if there is such) that you can put on and no one will suspect that you're wearing make-up. So I thought there might be such a line especially designed for men. Thanks a lot for your answer. Do you know if they have a website and you can order it on the internet? I am in Europe.
  3. Is there such a thing as makeup for guys? If so, which is the best?
  4. Oh, what a relief! I think I'm gonna end crazy, if the redness lasts for 2 years.
  5. I have the same problem. I had MaxFx (deep laser peeling) done almost 5 months ago and my face is still red. the doctor said it will only last 3 months. I am so worried and depressed. What can I do to help this redness go away? Will it ever go away?
  6. Does he have a website? What does he charge for the fat injections?
  7. BRD, I have tried to send you a private message, but apparently your in box is full. You seem to be a very conscious doctor. Are you going to start performing this procedure soon? And are you really located in Bulgaria? I am in Romania. Could you please make some room in your inbox, so I can contact you? Thanks a lot in advance.
  8. I have exactly the same question. I underwent CO2 laser (which had no effect whatsoever on my scars ) about 2 1/2 months ago and I am seriously thinking of going back on Accutane, since I am starting to develop some cystic acne and I am really scared that my face will become a disaster again. I am still a little bit pink. Would Roaccutane make my skin become more red? Could it make my scars worse?
  9. Oh, what a relief. :)) At this moment, I only want my skin to return to its normal color. If there is no improvement in the way my scars look, at least I want my face to look like before the laser procedure.
  10. Believe me, I put all my hopes in this treatment. And since it was a deep laser, it was supposed to give good results. At first I thought, oh my god, my face looks amazing, I couldn't see any more scars. That is because my face was still a little bit swollen I guess. Gradually they became more and more visible. Here are 2 photos before the laser procedure: Scars look the same even after the laser procedure. :(
  11. Yes, that's it. I live in Romania. Ukraine is not THAT far, so the cost of the plane ticket was reasonable (about 320 euro). I did not take my decision to go there based on only 3 pics. I have been in contact with that doc since August. My father (who is Ukrainian) also discussed with him on the phone.
  12. Hi guys, I am back from Odessa (Ukraine) where I had my laser procedure on December 18 and I want to share this experience with you. I had Max Fx on my full face, whereas the doctor went deeper only on my nose, cheeks and chin, where the most scarring was. Max Fx is a deep full CO2 laser, not a fractional one, and it was supposed to give very good results. The downtime was (and still is) quite long. I am almost on my 2 week post procedure and I still can't go out in public. Face is still deep pi
  13. You know, I had the same impression when I did my 3 days apple fast.
  14. Could that be allergy related? Why don't you go see a doctor?
  15. I don't think my scarring is as bad as the ones in those pics. I think it is mild to moderate, but to me it looks horrible anyways. I know I tend to exaggerate, but that's the way I feel. If I will see anything more than 60% improving, I will be thrilled.
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