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#69156 - 01/23/10 05:37 PM Re: possible to regrow eyebrows after electrolysis [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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My doctor is quite good in terms of what is provided for skin so I will see when the time comes.
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#69165 - 01/24/10 06:51 AM Re: possible to regrow eyebrows after electrolysis [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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Even with the increased hair growth, I would not give up retin-a as it is great for reducing break outs and keeping your skin looking young. That's how I console myself about having acne--at least I'll have better skin when I'm old than some people without acne now.

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#69170 - 01/24/10 12:25 PM Re: possible to regrow eyebrows after electrolysis [Re: candela]
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Originally Posted By: candela
Even with the increased hair growth, I would not give up retin-a as it is great for reducing break outs and keeping your skin looking young. That's how I console myself about having acne--at least I'll have better skin when I'm old than some people without acne now.


I had acne and when I did, I asked my doctor if I could have retin-a to remove the scars (I thought that is what is was for) and she said come back to me in a few months, you won't need it now and I will give you a topical cream. Does it actually do what I thought it does? Because my acne has gone, I won't really need it to reduce it.
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#69241 - 01/25/10 10:57 PM Re: possible to regrow eyebrows after electrolysis [Re: ihavehair]
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If you have a lot of hormonal hair as well as acne, hormonal imbalance could be a cause. Hormones can be balanced with things like the right birth control.

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