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  1. Anyone else out there with jawline keloids from acne? I have had some huge ones on my shoulders and chest for more than a decade, and they don't really bother me besides the pain and itching. However, recently I started getting quite a few of them on the face as well from adult jawline cystic acne. To make things worse, my acne is getting worse as well so I'm actually getting more keloids as we speak. I've had some success flattening out the chest and shoulder ones form cortisone/5fu inj
  2. Lets begin with my history I had two hypertrophic scars on my nose for about 4 years, and i tried everything to get rid of them without sucess (includes co2 laser, steroid injections, cortisone creams, etc..) All i can say about those scars is that they look like a sebaceous hyperplasia, and completely destroyed my self-esteem for about 4 years, i wish i can had photos to show to the skeptical people the results but ill share the regimen anyway in case i can give some light for any desperate
  3. I was reading posts about the few people who found success with Compound W on keloid scars but instead of salicyclic acid I was wondering if anyone ever just tried to dab some Benzoyl Peroxide on their keloid scars to see what would happen?
  4. When I played football in high school I would get acne on my chest and shoulders from the pads. When football season was over, the acne would go away for the most part. During my senior year I went on Accutane. My facial acne was bad and my older brother had pretty good results with Accutane. When the six months were over, my skin had cleared up pretty well and my chest was spotless. But a few months after the treatment was over these little scars started to show up on my chest and shoulders. Th
  5. Hello guys, thanks for clicking on the post. I sincerely need your help. I've been suffering from these bumps on the nose for about 4 months (see the pics below). They might not look as terrible in the pics but trust me they look really really terrible in real life...so these bumps started appearing in the beginning of this Jan. At the time, I had a small breakout on my nose (about 7-8 small pimples only on the nose), and I thought they'd probably be gone in a few weeks. I didn't think about i
  6. Hello, i have some sebaceous hyperplasia on nose, or hypertrophic scars, i dont know exactly, but theyre a raised scars on my nose result of cystic acne, my dermatologist said they were going out with time but i didnt see any improvment with time, btw she's prescribed me accutane, 20mg day for acne and these bumps on my nose. i'm already taking it for 2 months about and i still didnt see any improve on my nose scars, but my acne almost gone. anyone can help me? i will took it for about 1 yea
  7. Lets begin with my history I had two hypertrophic scars on my nose for about 4 years, and i tried everything to get rid of them without sucess (includes co2 laser, steroid injections, cortisone creams, etc..) All i can say about those scars is that they look like a sebaceous hyperplasia, and completely destroyed my self-esteem for about 4 years, i wish i had photos to show to the skeptical people the results but ill share the regimen anyway in case i can give some light for any desperate memb
  8. Mechanical load initiates hypertrophic scar formation through decreased cellular apoptosis https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17504973 So, my hypothesis. 1. Damage atrophic scar with needling, peel, etc. 2. Mechanical load wound with massage, face gymnastic, vibration, etc. 3. Get hypertrophic scar inside atrophic scar. 4. Atrophic scar + hypertrophic scar = normotrophic scar. It's crazy?
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