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bridgettea
Milfrod, NJ

 
Best Treatment For Mild Acne Scar Reduction without Lasers or Surgery?
Derma RollerAcne

i am looking for a low risk way to reduce the appearance of ice pick acne scars. I only have a few and otherwise my skin in is fair condition, so I am not interested in risking ok skin for horrible botched procedure, but would like to minimize or eliminate the few scars I have.

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docblinski


Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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October 13, 2010 3:23 AM

I agree with both posters . So do the combination therapy! (more)
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Claudia.C


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Woodland Hills, CA
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  solution to acne scars
October 12, 2010 6:05 PM

Have you looked into a derma rollers? By using a derma roller along with a good scar reduction cream you can reduce the appearance of the scars.

Derma rollers work by creating micro (more)
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ShanaAurelia0209
  Dermaroller and Chemial Skin Peel Combined Treatment
January 31, 2012 9:45 AM

You can try dermaroller treatment as it helps stimulate the skin and actually produce a little bit more collagen and leave the skin looking smoother and brighter. Also, you can combine a mild chemical skin peel treatment with your dermaroller session to really improve the appearance of acne scars; resulting to a smoother face with less visible acne scarring. You can check these helpful links below to understand more about each of the non-surgical cosmetic procedure:
Dermaroller Treatment:
http://www.aurora-skin-clinics.co.uk/dermaroller/
Mild Chemical Skin Peel Treatment
http://www.aurora-skin-clinics.co.uk/chemical-skin-peels-advantages-of-different-types/

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MissJ521@aol.com
Camb, MA
United States
 
October 12, 2010 11:01 PM

Ice pick scars can respond well to needle or wire subcision. Derm introduces a wire to release scar where it is 'tethered' and injects a dot of filler.



 



 

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