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Author Topic: Light acne marks and light hyperpigmentation  (Read 3824 times)

Curious01129

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Light acne marks and light hyperpigmentation
« on: May 30, 2012, 01:22:13 PM »
Hi Sarah,

I am very pleased that I came across your website and how informative it is. I am very interested in purchasing my derma roller/stamp from your site. I am 26 years old and I have very light acne scars that look like tiny cuts. I used to pick when I was younger and the marks are very minimal. Also, my cheek has a bit of redness due to hyperpigmentation and I would like to treat that as well. I also was blessed with a beautiful baby boy in 2010 but I went from 114lbs to 187lbs and suffer from some stretch marks on my thighs and hips. My stretch marks are close together and the skin looks stretched out. I read what you recommend for stretch marks and acne scarring but my situation seems a bit different. To make it easier I listed the questions, thank you so much for taking the time and I appreicate all your help!

1) Very light acne scars, almost like little cuts from picking, not deep - what do you recommend?

2) Stretch marks, thighs & hips, close together-what do you recommend?

3) My fiance has black toe nail fungus, would the antifungal you have work for that?

Again, thank you so much!

SH

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Light acne marks and light hyperpigmentation
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2012, 11:49:09 AM »
>1) Very light acne scars, almost like little cuts from picking, not deep - what do you

>recommend?

   

  A 1.5 mm dermastamp

 

  >2) Stretch marks, thighs & hips, close together-what do you recommend?

   

  A 1.5 mm dermaroller + the single needles + Tretonoin cream:

  http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Stretch-Marks-individual-needling

 

>3) My fiance has black toe nail fungus, would the antifungal you have work for that?

   

  I would recommend him our Pythium Oligandrum product. It is applied externally and it is a parasitic fungus that feeds on other fungus and then dies. Fungus routinely gets resistant to antifungals and what is very unique about this product is that the fungus cannot get resistant to it:

http://pythium-oligandrum.owndoc.com/

   

    Nail fungus is so difficult to eradicate because the fungus is actually inside the nail and the antifungal product cannot really penetrate the nails (nails are made out of the same materials as hooves). Our customers developed good techniques to enable Pythium oligandrum to penetrate the nails and we are now recommending those techniques in our instructions:

  http://pythium-oligandrum.owndoc.com/pythium-oligandrum.pdf
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