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Im David

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  1. Week 1 It has been a week since I first used the BSL. The 6 spots that I had on my chin have heeled leaving slightly raised bumps and red marks. As I said in my last post the spots were past their worst but I do think the lamp did speed things up. I haven't had new spots on my chin or on my cheek (touch wood). I am also continuing to take Oxytetracycline. There have been instances though nearly everyday where I felt a spot was going to appear on my chin (i.e. slightly itchy, slightly raised b
  2. Hi Guys I thought like SkyRain I will keep a diary of my experience with this product. Background Male in mid 20's and have a spot every month or every other month on the right side of my cheek which regardless of me picking or letting it run its natural cause, will always leave an ice pick scar. I normally only have one spot at a time on the cheek. This is the main reason why I bought this product is to prevent such spots in the future and therefore prevent new ice pick scars. I have been on
  3. The blue light does similar things to the tetracycline. The red light however might help to minimise and heal scarring. Just out of curiosity, do you form keloid scars on other parts of your body? MWS I do have acne across top of arms and top of back but I don't suffer from the ice pick scars like I do on my face
  4. Hi Guys, Looking for a bit of advice to distinguise if my type of acne is common amongst other adults I developed "acne" on the right side of my cheek when 18. What tends to happen is that I will get a red pimple and a whitehead appears 2-3 days later. The white head is different to spots that I get say on my chin as the puss does not tend to be liquid but more a very small solid "ball" or "tube" of puss. Once the small ball or tube of puss has been removed (either by me being impatient and sq
  5. Hi Guys, Looking for a bit of advice to distinguise what type of acne I have I developed "acne" on the right side of my cheek when 18. What tends to happen is that I will get a red pimple and a whitehead appears 2-3 days later. The white head is different to spots that I get say on my chin as the puss does not tend to be liquid but more a very small solid "ball" of puss. Once the small ball of puss has been removed (either by me being impatient and squeezing it out it coming out after washing
  6. Hi Guys, Looking for a bit of advice before I take the plunge and fork out £180 on one of these. Here is my story - sorry for it being so long I have "acne" on the right side of my cheek. What tends to happen is that I will get a red pimple and a whitehead appears 2-3 days later. The white head is different to spots that I get say on my chin as the puss does not tend to be liquid but more a small solid "ball" of puss. Once the small ball of puss has been removed (either by me being impatien
  7. Hi, In order to treat me scars, I am considering using a latic peel (by the by anyone know where to get from in the UK?). However, I am also about to start the regimen having ordered a couple of tubes in from the US. Has anyone got any advice about how to combine these two routines? Thanks
  8. Hi, In order to treat me scars, I am considering using a latic peel. However, I am also about to start the regimen having ordered a couple of tubes from the UK. Has anyone got any advice about how to combine these two routines? Thanks
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