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  1. Is anyone on here familiar with using silicone for post inflammatory erythema (PIE)? The red marks that you get from acne that take forever to go away? I've seen a handful of people on the internet claiming that silicone gel or sheets can help with PIE. Is there anyone currently suffering with these post acne marks that is using silicone and can confirm that it is giving good results? If so how well is it working, and how are you using the silicone? The amount of information on how to get r
  2. Hello, I just made this account because I really need to know what skin condition I have. I took the picture with flash so it might look a little more pale than in person, but not that much of a difference. It's basically the same color, but the flash altered it just a teensy bit. It happened the first year of college. I started breaking out due to stress and eating junk food. I constantly touched it because I was insecure about my face. Now the bumps are gone, but I am left with these r
  3. I thought I would start a new topic as I ordered Dermatix Silicone Gel today, primarily for the use of my Post Inflammatory Erythema and Shallow Scarring. As I have said on previous topics, I have spent a lot of time researching what this Post Inflammatory Erythema is with little luck and information on it... I did however find something quite interesting on it, which others whom are suffering from may be interested to read... http://vc-mimlabs.s3.amazonaws.com/files/2013-01-24-16/Chernoff.
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