Does Triluma help with scarring from picking!

Hello DR. does tri-luma help with brown sccaring from picking? I.. like to try it ty

The short answer is yes………… but only if you stop picking!    So here’s my question to you.  I’d like you to think about why you’re picking.  If you have acne, please see a dermatologist and let him/her help you with that so you won’t be tempted to pick.  If you control the acne, if you have it, and the picking then the Triluma, in combination with sunscreen, will be helpful for you.   

I always tell my patients who pick that they have lots of company.   Almost everyone picks something on their skin at some point.  It’s really a matter of degree.  If you pick occasionally, that’s probably normal.   If you are picking daily, than you may have anxiety that needs to be treated before you’ll get better.   You may really be happier if you see a psychologist to help you manage your anxiety.    Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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