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Ice pick acne scarring - sick and tired of it

Hello everyone,

I have been reading through all the threads and have yet to find a remedy for severe ice-pick scarring.

Have done chemical peels, copper peptides, laser resurfacing and spent thousands of dollars. Quite simply, I am hopeless. Any suggestions?

Thanks everyone...
  trueheart on 2007-06-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Perhaps it would help if you could explain what ice-pick scarring is?
thursday last decade
Hello again,

My apologies. It is usually referred to as acne scars; the type of scar is ice-pick or pitted, which are the most resilent and difficult to treat as it does deep into the dermis.

I will be going in for my second fraxel laser treatment on Friday even though I am unsure of its efficacy and am paying $800 each treatment.
trueheart last decade
Dear sir, i think the type of treatment it depend on the depth of your scars, if they are deep then i think the best solution is excesion you can find more about it if you serch in google,then after the excesion has done you might need peeling or laser treatment ,don't waste your money try to contact many derm and post them your pic and see what can be best for you.
best wishes
sweetslumber last decade
pl take thuja 200 weekly dose for 15 days then monthly dose for three month
akshaymohl last decade

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