If all else fails, a cosmetic way (besides using make up primer) to improve the appearance of indented acne scars is to fill them in with silicone microdroplets. A few dermatologists and plastic surgeons offer this procedure to improve skin texture, though this is different from facial rejuvenation procedures, which usually have a minimal effect on acne scarring. Tiny silicone microdroplets are injected into individual indented scars to plump them up. Treated areas might scab and stay red for some time before fading. Silicone microdroplets do not make acne scars go away 100%, but compared to other acne scar treatments, they seem to have the best results.
OMG, I don't feel alone and misunderstood anymore. My doctor gave me 10 injections in my back and 3 in my right knee on 4-8-13. Since then, I have had severe diarrhea. I don't even know that I have gone. I can take a shower, get out to dry and there it is. I use an entire roll of tissue at once. I have gone to the doctor to explain the symptoms and he won't even listen. All I get is that my symptom has nothing to do with the injections that I have received. I have now had to take stool samples am scheduled for a colonoscopy all because of the injections. I can't tell you how long, my doctor gave me enough to last in my system for 2 weeks and I am still have severe diarrhea.