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  1. My skin looks very bumpy with enlarged pores from continuous peeling treatments. I think TCA peels are helpful in filling up the scars, but also have a lot of potential for damaging the skin. To give you a better idea of how my skin looks currently, I have a link from Google Image. https://www.google.com/search?q=uneven+skin+texture&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=bAF5U-W6K8GOqgbqxYHwAw&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1920&bih=934#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=CiuH6D9yOxCIoM%253
  2. Ugh... ProFractional really screwed up my skin. It's been 7 months since I had it done and I wish I could go back and warn myself to never mess with it. My skin is more sensitive, gets red and blotchy very easily, cannot handle Retin A micro anymore - none of these were issues in the past. My scars are also more obvious. I can't believe I paid to do this to my skin Anyways, be careful if you are considering this. The reviews seem extremely mixed. I am not the only one that has ended up with
  3. Would really love some feedback from a dermatologist but any feedback is welcomed. I've only had one very light fraxel laser treatment, and to be totally honest it didn't have much effect. This is two years post-accutane. I've accepted my scarring emotionally but at the same time, this is something that I would be really happy to not have to worry about at the ripe age of 20. I would be so thankful to just be able to be free from this once and for all. If anyone has scarring similar to m
  4. Hello everyone, Just would like to get some feedback from a least a few patients regarding the new Picosure Focus Laser. Picosure is heavily marketed as the revolutionary new technology to remove tattoos and less information on actual scar remodeling. My doctor is the only doctor in the entire bay area that has this laser as it is such a new technology. From website: Unprecedented innovation in laser technology. PicoSure® is the world’s first and only picosecond aesthetic laser. Th
  5. I've asked a great advertisement on Proactiv recently saying that they have new formula for smoothing the skin. The advertisement mentioned that it can resurface/smooth the skin, so I thought it might help with ace scars as well. Of course, this isn't new. Acne/acne scar related products tend to exaggerate results. I got on the website and asked the representative when this new formula came out. It turns out this new formula was out September, 2013. Has anybody tried this approach or so
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