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Old 03-04-2010, 12:43 PM   #11
 
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Thank you.

The smallest 30 gram tube would cost 70 dollars, so it's not cheap but not insanely priced either. Even mederma and those silicone gels cost quite a lot of money, and as far as I know they don't have any actual science behind them. I'll keep using copper peptides, but I may try this one too.


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It's my pleasure to help you.

I have seen and heard good things about Mederma. Have you ever tried it?

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No. But I heard it's some kind of onion extract that exfoliates skin and has some anti-inflammatory properties.

I just ordered samples of salicylic and lactic acid peels. Together with copper peptides they should be able to reduce scarring over long time usage. I wonder if Kitoscell could also be used together with chemical exfoliators/peels for faster results.

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Faster results would be highly desirable, however, be careful what products you use in conjunction with each other. You do not want to irritate or worsen your skin. Do not be overly aggressive in your approach.

You also might want to try the Kitoscell on its own to judge the true efficiency of that particular product.

I have heard some good things and bad things about lactic acid peels, but more good than bad.

I have not heard many individuals finding salicylic acid effective long term, even when high percentages were used.

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Yes, I will be careful. I'm currently using mild leave-on lactic+salicylic acid cream, but it doesn't cause any irritation at all so I'm gradually moving to slightly stronger acid for faster results. I will try Kitoscell on it's own, if I decide to order it.

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If you do get the Kitoscell, take some before and after pics, and let us know how it works for you.

Good luck!!!

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I used kitoscell for post-surgical scars and it worked well it's also used for acne in Mexico

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Isnt there a surgery or laser treatment to get rid of holes in my face. They really bother me. Anyone know what it is called and maybe a dr in Mexico?

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Hello.

I noticed that someone on acne.org mentioned some kind of scar reduction cream named Kitoscell. I don't know if it's anything but looks like it's based on decorin and inhibition of transform growth factor beta 1. So it might be somewhat similar to Juvista except that it's a topical cream meant to be used without surgical revision?

It's currently only available in Mexico but some people on mexican internet boards claim that it works. There are some pictures in pdf-files at Kitoscell. What do you think?


Hey i have just come back from mexico having had breast lift and implant's lower body lift and inner thigh lift...I heard of kitoscell when there and two women who have had surgery there also have used this product and say it is far and away better than other scar creams they have tried..

it seems expensive, but i am going to ask the nurse there to send me directly the product as the clinic were charging more than the pharaceutical place..i have also mailed kitoscell directly..i would rather pay more and have results..so we will see.

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