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Postby Brenton » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 8:55 pm

vivilen81 wrote:
Brenton wrote:aiya i only read your post after seeing the doctor, but mine the down time seems very little......would be doing MOSAIC skin regeneration.
Anyone hear that before?

Dh, did you do your nose ar? i am afraid that the laser will reach the silicon and do damage to it?? Did you tell the doctor you have an implant if you did your nose?



My doc say laser will NOT penetrate deep enuff to impact the implant. 100% implant safe!


Good to hear that :) phew...

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Postby Brenton » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 10:50 am

yeegf wrote:.........

Are you talking about this laser.
Laser resurfacing involves an intense light beam that treats your damaged surface skin, zapping wrinkles, facial lines, age spots, acne scars, skin blemishes, and hyper-pigmentation. The deeper the laser resurfacing treatment, the better the potential results but the longer the recovery. Fractional lasers like Fraxel laser treatment and Active FX can target specific problem areas, reducing damage to surrounding skin cells.

If it is this laser, it's worth the try. Just remember not to let the scar touch water. Dont wipe, dont scratch. It will make a deep scar.

Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


Have you done laser before? If not, please let other pple who did answer my questions. Just realised that the whole paragraph is copied from a website...and it is not even about MOSAIC laser.....

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Postby Brenton » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 10:55 am

yeegf wrote:Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


If this thing works...then why are people still going for laser and microdermebrasion

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Postby vivilen81 » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 12:18 pm

Brenton wrote:
yeegf wrote:Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


If this thing works...then why are people still going for laser and microdermebrasion


Absolutely! NO skincare products can penetrate down to dermis like laser, they only act within epidermis layer.

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Postby winter21 » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 12:31 pm

winter21 wrote:hello!

anyone going to Dr Nara/Putt in Sep??? ard 26-30?

im looking for kakis (prefer ladies)

pls pm me if you are keen to join. thanks =]


still finding kakis..... :)

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Postby yeegf » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 3:14 pm

Brenton wrote:
yeegf wrote:Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


If this thing works...then why are people still going for laser and microdermebrasion


He mentioned holes, and I take it that he means pores.
And that product worked for me.
I am merely suggesting IT TO HIM.

If he mentioned indentation/"orange skin" like skin on his facial skin, then I would have recommended him to go for MicroDermAbrasion.

WHAT HAVE I DONT WRONG TO YOU!!??

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Postby vivilen81 » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 4:24 pm

yeegf wrote:
Brenton wrote:
yeegf wrote:Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


If this thing works...then why are people still going for laser and microdermebrasion


He mentioned holes, and I take it that he means pores.
And that product worked for me.
I am merely suggesting IT TO HIM.

If he mentioned indentation/"orange skin" like skin on his facial skin, then I would have recommended him to go for MicroDermAbrasion.

WHAT HAVE I DONT WRONG TO YOU!!??



Someone is overreacting here......no one is attacking anyone, juz asking questions.

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Postby aadvark » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 7:52 pm

yeegf wrote:
Brenton wrote:
yeegf wrote:Mark my words.

You can also use Garnier Skin Solutions Pore Tightener.


If this thing works...then why are people still going for laser and microdermebrasion


He mentioned holes, and I take it that he means pores.
And that product worked for me.
I am merely suggesting IT TO HIM.

If he mentioned indentation/"orange skin" like skin on his facial skin, then I would have recommended him to go for MicroDermAbrasion.

WHAT HAVE I DONT WRONG TO YOU!!??


Chill people, the forum does not convey proper emotions nor intonations. Humour, or light-hearted jesting is lost in translation
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Postby gordiansknot » Fri, 21 Aug 2009 3:27 pm

Hi all,
just had my nose done at dr puttisak.

his clinic only opens at 5pm on weekdays. and waited for him till 6pm before he steps into the clinic.
very friendly, like what other people had said about him. he is very patient in explaining and stuff like that.

wanted to do alar, but he didnt recommend it as its irreversible too. he said alar is only suitable for those who nostrils are flaring or having a very wide nose(like having extra meat the side of the nose, sorry for my lousy descriptions).

after consultation, he asked me to come back an hour later as he is operating on another girl first. so i came back soon after, ate 6 type of pills they give me(antibiotics and slping pills) and a injection at the butt to prevent infection.

then was on the operating table, tied my hands and stuff and i asked him repeatedly if i would be awake or alsleep during the op, as i was so paranoid about being awake. he then inject the sedative onto my arms first to make me fall alsleep, but couldnt find the veins, so tried the area near the wrist, still couldnt find the veins, tried my the arm.

After covering my face, and leaving the nose area open, he started to operate me. and i still didnt get to fall aslp. i was waiting so badly to fall asleep till i felt like needles poking onto my face, followed by the some pressure. i was like, what the hell, why am i still not alsp.the whole procedure sorta freaked me out cause i was not alslp, however, there wasn't much pain but just pressure.

so after 2 hours, everything done. bf accompanied me back to hotel, still feeling very groggy. slpt straight once i reach the hotelbut woke up at 4am due to slight pain.

will be going back to dr putt this sun to let him review the status of my nose. and dr putt is definitely a friendly and nice doctor!(=

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Postby xstarfish » Fri, 21 Aug 2009 7:46 pm

i was wondering if anyone know where can i do tiplasty in thailand?
i have a small nose. BUT ITS LIKE NOT SHARP!
im really depressed over it as i cant wear sunglasses. (don't look good at all cause it shows my round tip -.-)
i want a sharp tip like those korean stars. anyone has any recommendations? (:
thanks a million!

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Postby hownowhownow » Sat, 22 Aug 2009 1:58 am

26th aug anyone? :)

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dr putt

Postby Shaprincess » Sat, 22 Aug 2009 11:59 pm

I booked appointment with dr putt on 29 aug. i am so scared!!!

gordiansknot are u satisfied with ur nose?
i feel better seeing ur post. :D

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Postby Shaprincess » Sun, 23 Aug 2009 12:12 am

Hey gordiansknot anyway u took a plane back? i intend to take plane the next day.. not sure ok or not..

gordiansknot wrote:Hi all,
just had my nose done at dr puttisak.

his clinic only opens at 5pm on weekdays. and waited for him till 6pm before he steps into the clinic.
very friendly, like what other people had said about him. he is very patient in explaining and stuff like that.

wanted to do alar, but he didnt recommend it as its irreversible too. he said alar is only suitable for those who nostrils are flaring or having a very wide nose(like having extra meat the side of the nose, sorry for my lousy descriptions).

after consultation, he asked me to come back an hour later as he is operating on another girl first. so i came back soon after, ate 6 type of pills they give me(antibiotics and slping pills) and a injection at the butt to prevent infection.

then was on the operating table, tied my hands and stuff and i asked him repeatedly if i would be awake or alsleep during the op, as i was so paranoid about being awake. he then inject the sedative onto my arms first to make me fall alsleep, but couldnt find the veins, so tried the area near the wrist, still couldnt find the veins, tried my the arm.

After covering my face, and leaving the nose area open, he started to operate me. and i still didnt get to fall aslp. i was waiting so badly to fall asleep till i felt like needles poking onto my face, followed by the some pressure. i was like, what the hell, why am i still not alsp.the whole procedure sorta freaked me out cause i was not alslp, however, there wasn't much pain but just pressure.

so after 2 hours, everything done. bf accompanied me back to hotel, still feeling very groggy. slpt straight once i reach the hotelbut woke up at 4am due to slight pain.

will be going back to dr putt this sun to let him review the status of my nose. and dr putt is definitely a friendly and nice doctor!(=

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Re: dr putt

Postby gordiansknot » Sun, 23 Aug 2009 12:47 am

Shaprincess wrote:I booked appointment with dr putt on 29 aug. i am so scared!!!

gordiansknot are u satisfied with ur nose?
i feel better seeing ur post. :D


hey shaprincess,
yeah pretty satisfied with nose. he is a nice doctor,willimg to explain everything to you.

All the best to you babe (=

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Postby gordiansknot » Sun, 23 Aug 2009 12:48 am

Shaprincess wrote:Hey gordiansknot anyway u took a plane back? i intend to take plane the next day.. not sure ok or not..

gordiansknot wrote:Hi all,
just had my nose done at dr puttisak.

his clinic only opens at 5pm on weekdays. and waited for him till 6pm before he steps into the clinic.
very friendly, like what other people had said about him. he is very patient in explaining and stuff like that.

wanted to do alar, but he didnt recommend it as its irreversible too. he said alar is only suitable for those who nostrils are flaring or having a very wide nose(like having extra meat the side of the nose, sorry for my lousy descriptions).

after consultation, he asked me to come back an hour later as he is operating on another girl first. so i came back soon after, ate 6 type of pills they give me(antibiotics and slping pills) and a injection at the butt to prevent infection.

then was on the operating table, tied my hands and stuff and i asked him repeatedly if i would be awake or alsleep during the op, as i was so paranoid about being awake. he then inject the sedative onto my arms first to make me fall alsleep, but couldnt find the veins, so tried the area near the wrist, still couldnt find the veins, tried my the arm.

After covering my face, and leaving the nose area open, he started to operate me. and i still didnt get to fall aslp. i was waiting so badly to fall asleep till i felt like needles poking onto my face, followed by the some pressure. i was like, what the hell, why am i still not alsp.the whole procedure sorta freaked me out cause i was not alslp, however, there wasn't much pain but just pressure.

so after 2 hours, everything done. bf accompanied me back to hotel, still feeling very groggy. slpt straight once i reach the hotelbut woke up at 4am due to slight pain.

will be going back to dr putt this sun to let him review the status of my nose. and dr putt is definitely a friendly and nice doctor!(=


i guess its fine to catch a plane back(= i would love to get a plane back but left with no tickets back on plane


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