Subcision is a process used to treat deep rolling scars left behind by acne or other skin diseases. It is also used to lessen the appearance of severe glabella lines, though its effectiveness in this application is debatable. Essentially the process involves separating the skin tissue in the affected area from the deeper scar tissue. This allows the blood to pool under the affected area, eventually causing the deep rolling scar to level off with the rest of the skin area. Once the skin has leveled, treatments such as laser resurfacing , microdermabrasion or chemical peels can be used to smooth out the scarred tissue. [ citation needed ]
Sometimes it’s a synergy issue, where each micronutrient is useless by itself, but in the right proportions they activate each other’s benefits. (And in the wrong proportions just plain mess things up.) We know, for example, that taking too much vitamin E can lead to deficiencies in both vitamins A and K. Vitamins need to be in the proportions your body recognizes and desires. Megadosing one in isolation is a little like strapping a jet engine to your family car. Sure the thing will go fast for a while, real fast… until the car disintegrates in a enormous ball of flame.