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Have acne. Storet capsules help? What other treatment?

Hi sir... I am sujit .I am 22 years old. I am suffering with acne from my 19 years age.I applied many creams but it didnot work.I then consulted Dermatologist who suggested to give a blood test ,after then on seeing my reports he gave me Storet capsules (isotium drug), I then used it ffor six months . Now i have deep acne holes can you suggest me what tratment is to be taken ? and also the acne is active on some days , should i continue the capsules or not . kindly suggest me a remidy sir.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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Hello Welcome!
I would be pleased to answer your question .

superficial scars are treated with Dermarollers which are fine needles that help in resurfacing the skin by modulating the collagen . It is done at the Dermatologist clinic and can cause redness and swelling on the areas needled > IT works by modulating the collagen . It works well for scars and helps in reducing them further . The other options include lasers which you have already tried . If you have certain Ice Picked scars that is deep scars they are treated with a CROSS technique where the Tricholoacetic acid is applied inside the depth of the vertical scar . The other options are Subcision which involves breaking the acne scar fibres and Laser treatments which work on the same principle above.

Thanks and take care
Answered: Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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