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  1. So far, DAY 13 hasn't been great. I'm getting cystic acne in places I usually never have to worry about. For the past 2-3 days I've had a small/medium cysts growing on my forehead, hairline area and on my nose(!!it's big and red!!). Places I rarely have acne ffs! I think my hormones are trying to find middle ground (at least I hope) because YAZ has extended my period to 12 days. I will wait for my hormones to return from war. I've also started doing LED blue/red light therapy twice a week at
  2. Hey All, Just wondering if anyone has tried using LED light therapy, preferably the red one, for acne scarring? If so did you notice any difference? I was reading over Lamarr's thread and he apparently (I say apparently because the photo links no longer work) achieved great results with derma rolling for a year followed up with using LED's (yellow, red and infrared). I was looking online to possibly purchase one but they are kind of expensive, at least for me (student life, hello!) so j
  3. Sanchoroo

    Blog Day 1

    Hello! i have come to share my stories. i think they are relatable to many of you people out there. first and foremost, ive got the acne. No surprise, haha. Anyway, my acne story started when i was 8 years old. you heard right, 8 years. At that time i didn't give a crap about my face tho. At age 10 i started using Noxema and Proactive and some Eucalyptus wash and Clearasil. They yielded no results. That whole trial and error went on until i was age 12. Then when i was 13-14 my face freaked out.
  4. Just ordered a green handheld led light from led man. I wondered if anyone else in here suffering sun damage/melasma has done this treatment? I went with led man for this purchase because the green panels in the right nanometers were too hard to find. After emailing back and forth, he was actually kind enough to link me to a Monday special so I could get ten bucks off. So, he was actually great to deal with. If anybody in here has done green light therapy, I would love to hear their experi
  5. I have seen a few people claim success in treating their scarring by combining skin needling (dermarolling/dermaneedling) with LED light therapy, so wondered if it is something that anyone else here has tried or experimented with? There's several different types of LED light available, but the ones that seem to be relevant in this instance are red, infra-red and yellow. As I understand it, using LEDs won’t help with scarring by itself – but when coupled with micro-needling, it can substanti
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