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Dermarolling / Microneedling / Chicken pox scar
« on: October 16, 2013, 01:38:45 AM »

I was just hoping to get a few pointers regarding the suction method.
Basically, when you're suctioning, is the scar tissue itself meant to invert? ie. I'm finding that the whole 'circle' area of skin lifts up, but 9/10 times the scar on the lifted skin is still inverted, if that makes sense?

If this is incorrect, does that essentially invalidate the procedure?

Attached is a pic of my horrible scars.

Any tips for scars like this?
I've needled a fair bit in the past and the biggest improvement was the texture and 'softening' of the scar tissue.

I'd like to add that I've tried needling and stamping some indented chicken pox scars around a year ago for 4-5 months. My skin healed well in combination with infadolan so i did this every fortnight.

While it improved the texture of the skin and made the scar tissue softer (I even noticed a tiny pimple growing on the scar tissue the other week), the actual indentation has not improved and so i gave up because my priority was reducing the depth of the scar.

However i recently ordered the suction pump and am going to "give that a shot" as you put it.
Logically it makes sense, it's cheap and I don't really have anything to lose.

Dermarolling / Microneedling / Re: Infadolan experience thread
« on: October 09, 2013, 02:25:52 AM »
Awesome product.

I also use it on any shaving cuts (I Double edge shave).
You wouldn't believe how much of a difference it makes with healing and scarring from those fine cuts.

I used to get a dark line after healing which took weeks, sometimes many months to fully disappear.
Now when i cut myself, I apply a light coating during the day, and a thicker coating at night.
There's been times I've woken up the next morning almost unable to find where the  cut was! The black line scarring has so far been almost insignificant too.

This is on top of using it for burns etc.

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