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  1. Hope to hear from you mr matt. From rob x, from panos, from aquasea, or anyone out there who had success treating their scars especially deep ones from the nose. I have one and is really deep. If not massaging with rose hip oil, what then shoul i do? I cant go to plastoc surgeons, I dont have enough money and i am more on natural methods. Anything else i could do? Any help out there? I am about to lose hope.
  2. tiny little whiteheads like bumps which have red(inflamed) bases. picture : I KNOW THEY DON'T SEEM ANYTHING BIG BUT THERE ARE SO MANY SOMETIMES AND ALMOST ALWAYS , ALL OVER THAT THEY DO BOTHER. spread over my forehead,cheeks and around the nose area(mostly the area which has huge pores). i get them all the time and they do go way earlier or later(sometimes in days or weeks). i apply faceclin(clindamycin + nicotinamide) gel on them twice a day as spot treatment. and use my salicylic acid
  3. Hello everyone, I have acquired a couple new scars from a recent hormonal break out. There is one scar that is a boxcar/icepick and one that is a rolling scar. In addition to those two scars, I have one scar from a year ago from a hormonal breakout that is a boxcar. I have read many forums that talk about aha's and needling, but i am too scared to go through with needling because it seems to risky. I am going to see if there is a massaging technique that will work to break up scar tissue and pr
  4. I just bought a groupon for a chiropractor, and it includes a neurospinal exam with x-rays, an adjustment, and a therapeutic massage. I got this because a few months ago I got a massage and the person who did it told me I had a lot of knots in my back and neck, and that could be contributing to poor blood circulation and inflammation. Has anyone had experience with chiropractors? I have back pain and sometimes neck pain, and my doctor referred me to a neurologist for the numbness & tingling
  5. Hi guys. I have this indented scar on my nose. I attached a pic but my phone cam is not that good to focus on the scar, but in person it is big and deep. Any suggestions? I am more on natural methods please. Oh and anyways would it help if i massage rosehip oil on my deep scar? Thank you. i attached some pics here. hoping for your help guys.
  6. I'm turning 18 soon. My life has been not too bad, but I've had some pretty bad skin problems in high school. I broke out really bad and went on accutane which left me with scars mostly on my cheeks. I'd say they're not really too bad, definitely noticable though. Icepick and rolling scars. My dream is to become an actor or a music artist. I'm a very good looking guy besides having scars and a little acne. I've been told if I had flawless skin I'd be able to get any girl I want. But the prob
  7. Hi guys. I have this indented scar on my nose. I attached a pic but my phone cam is not that good to focus on the scar, but in person it is big and deep. Any suggestions? I am more on natural methods please. Oh and anyways would it help if i massage rosehip oil on my deep scar? Thank you. i attached some pics here. hoping for your help guys. Here is the pic.
  8. An interesting article worth sharing: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3840175/ Abstract Background We conducted an experimental study to compare the effect of massage using topical agents (Kelo-cote or Contractubex) on scar formation by massaging the healed burn wound on the dorsal area of Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats. Methods Four areas of second degree contact burn were made on the dorsal area of each of 15 SD rats, using a soldering iron 15 mm in diameter. After gross epi
  9. tiny little whiteheads like bumps which have red(inflamed) bases. picture : I KNOW THEY DON'T SEEM ANYTHING BIG BUT THERE ARE SO MANY SOMETIMES AND ALMOST ALWAYS , ALL OVER THAT THEY DO BOTHER. spread over my forehead,cheeks and around the nose area(mostly the area which has huge pores). i get them all the time and they do go way earlier or later(sometimes in days or weeks). i apply faceclin(clindamycin + nicotinamide) gel on them twice a day as spot treatment. and use my salicylic acid
  10. Is Getting a Facial Good for Acne?

    A facial is a skin care treatment performed by a trained esthetician or cosmetician in a beauty salon or spa. Most facials claim to leave the skin looking younger and more radiant, but some facials are specifically advertised to help clear the skin for people prone to acne.1 But should you bother with facials designed for people with acne-prone skin when you have acne, or will they only make things worse? The fact is that facials...
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