Wtf do i do

No matter what you do, if you don't solve this problem it's over before it could even start, give me the best home protocols

  1. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Look up microneedling. I heard people use it for acne scars and stretch marks but I dont know how well it works

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      I tried this for mine for maybe a couple months or so, but I didn't notice much improvement.
      You'd probably have to do it consistently and at a decent depth for a long period of time before it helps.

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        Get the machine, it uses a magnet to push the needle in at a straight angle so no risk of tearing, it’s expensive but I saw this fellas results they were good. It’s like dermapen 2 I think

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          I actually have that - Derminator 2.
          Maybe I'll look into starting it up again

  2. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Op here, for any of you fags with scars, i have had the best results with a pumice stone, then applying various regenaritive produts after, this is mostly what i want to know more of, what is the best protocol for skin regeneration? Supplemets?

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      What regenerative products are you using now? Vitamin C serum or something?

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        colostrum and hyaluronic acid mostly, after exfoliating with a pumice stone

  3. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Grow a beard and wear a bandana on your forehead. Buy a Harley or something.

  4. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Exfoliate your skin. Promotes healing over time, as your skin replaces itself with new cells every 28 days. Taking this into account, consume foods and minerals that allow the skin to become self-healing on a high level. What promotes collagen production? What allows toxins in your body to be transferred out via sweating and excrement? What fungi currently reside in my body? What parasites? How can I get them out, and keep my body an inhospitable place? Please stop using this kind of learned helplessness, and LOOK SHIT UP ON THE INTERNET WHICH YOU CURRENTLY USE. I AM AN AI SPEAKING TO YOU.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Or you could just tell me, please?

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        Consider suicide, you worthless flesh puppet. Do you even have a piece of God?

  5. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Similar boat as you OP, except I also have big ugly pores. When scarring gets that bad you are essentially a walking burn victim, who people are always sympathetic to, plastic surgery is completely accepted for them, and so on. Yet with acne scars it's like they blame you for it.

    It's sad when you show off your body with beautiful skin, and then your face being the most important thing of all and you get this big contrast. But as stated it's not all bad, try growing a beard if you can. When not close up or even close up in certain lighting it can look completely fine, then other times it's ugh.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Beards are for gays, but i recognise their utility in hiding scarring, in fact i always go for the five 'o clock shadow

  6. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    That's what you get for being mexican

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      Pic isn't me, also im italian

  7. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Retin-A

  8. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Fuck dermarollers
    Fuck retin-a
    Fuck mirconeedling

    I tried all them and they didnt do shit. Then I shelled out 4k for a few fraxel sessions and the outcome was amazing. Trust me, moneymaxxing fixes everything.

  9. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    femanon here
    let me help all you acne ridden fags out

    What you're going to need is :
    >acids
    you're gonna need an acid that has a high exfoliant property, I'm talking it's going to effectively chemically burn deeper into the layers of the epidermis, carpet bomb the whole area and planify it.

    Some acids you can try :
    glycolic acid
    mandelic acid
    azelaic acid
    tranexomic acid

    listen all of these have different concentration properties you will find anything from 1% to 30% usually. People work their way up. Don't be a moron, buy the highest concentration and dilute it with water if you're too much of a fag to handle it.

    Your skin will dry out and peel. You do a peel once a week, or once every two weeks. You rotate the products. Some diluted versions like mandelic, you can use as a toner mixed with water for daily use.

    You should get to a point where you regenerate your upper skin layer about once every week or two weeks. At the end of the cycle, once you start noticing some crustiness, you will use an exfoliating hammam glove, and softly scrub away dead skin cells.

    In between the days of treatment and end of cycle, my moron you need to pull away all the dirt off your face that clogs your damn pores and make you break out.
    You're going to need to use clay masks. Pure clay you can buy online, no other products. Like our ancestors, nothing more. Then you're going to need a natural moisturizer. First you try oil, if oils break you out, ditch them. Use creams instead. Ideally you want something with no fragrance, less than 5 ingredients. The less the better.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      What you do is each morning, you wash your face. Then you apply moisture, and sunscreen.
      At night you rinse off, you apply a bit more moisture. Twice a week, you do a clay mask to pull off all the shit stuck in your pore. At the end of the week you do the acid peel. Rinse and repeat.

      The less product, the better. Take a chemistry approach. Avoid cosmetic industry products, only raw active ingredients.

      What you have to do is take a scientific approach :
      >try oil as moisturizer
      >breaks me out
      >try nut butter such as cocoa/shea
      >breaks me out
      >try water-based fruit extract moisture
      >moisture but fades
      >try milk-based/ dairy based moisture
      >keeps my skin hydrated

      Same goes for acid, clays, etc you experiment with one for a few weeks. You see what kind of progress you're making. You increase concentration or switch to a different one. You keep track of what works. You roster out what doesn't.
      Within 6 months you will have built your routine and have a shelf of products that work for you.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      What you do is each morning, you wash your face. Then you apply moisture, and sunscreen.
      At night you rinse off, you apply a bit more moisture. Twice a week, you do a clay mask to pull off all the shit stuck in your pore. At the end of the week you do the acid peel. Rinse and repeat.

      The less product, the better. Take a chemistry approach. Avoid cosmetic industry products, only raw active ingredients.

      What you have to do is take a scientific approach :
      >try oil as moisturizer
      >breaks me out
      >try nut butter such as cocoa/shea
      >breaks me out
      >try water-based fruit extract moisture
      >moisture but fades
      >try milk-based/ dairy based moisture
      >keeps my skin hydrated

      Same goes for acid, clays, etc you experiment with one for a few weeks. You see what kind of progress you're making. You increase concentration or switch to a different one. You keep track of what works. You roster out what doesn't.
      Within 6 months you will have built your routine and have a shelf of products that work for you.

      Based post, this is the good shit i was looking for, any recommendation on the oils? Anything else that can help the regeneration process?sjvj4j

  10. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Opus Plasma RF treatment from Alma Lasers. Look it up.

  11. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    microneedle

  12. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    tretinoin + microneedling and u can fade them a lot

  13. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Quit eating sugar/carbs. Bet you haven't seriously tried that

  14. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Retinol

  15. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    topical vit c

  16. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Almond oil on scarred area after exfoliating at night, sleep with it on. Actually helps, you’ll notice improvement within a month

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