I kept bringing up the fibroblast situation and based on your results it seems like my theory was in the right direction. I have posted about it before. The fibroblasts are definitely functioning irregularly and the hyaluronidase injections turns them off (allowing a cellular memory reset as well) thus allowing the hydrocortizone & neomycin to penetrate the region of concern & treat it. Then, when the fibroblasts are activated again, they don't see a problem anymore so they resume their normal functions. This ties in with the cellular memory effect other members here mentioned.
I really wish for someone to just try the hyaluronidase injections followed by the 1% hydrocortizone/neomycin ointment already. It is by far the most promising treatment I have seen with a high cure rate and zero to no side effects. I am SO willing to try it but, like I mentioned before, doctors here in New York just know a money sucking opportunity when they see one.