>> Scars cannot be removed. I have tried for 10 years to remove the scars on my face and they are exaclty the same. This is a truth that has destroyed ever shred of self-confidence that I have.<<
The above statement is totally incorrect.
I have removed scars on my face and body successfully and have helped others do so. I use a combination: quality micro-dermabrasion cloth; Lugol's Solution (Iodine); fresh aloe vera gel, and Slippery Elm paste.
Removing some deep scars takes major persistence and diligence (as long/longer than the 8 months you've been posting on Curezone).
I know nothing of the company you are speaking of, but the statement that scars cannot be removed is false. Any scar will diminish with constant abrasion and correct healing.
I have seen people trying to help you for months - you always say you've 'done everything there is' and talk about how your life is ruined, but you never seem to stick to any protocol for any length of time...yet you consistently cry and whine that your life is destroyed. My mother tried to commit suicide on Mother's Day (mental/physical damage from Rx drugs); I used to work selling wheelchairs to quadripeligics. I also have worked with Head Start and seen children eating food out of trash bags that bugs & mice were crawling out of, and tended welts, bruises and broken bones from abusive parent.
If you allow facial eruptions and scarring to ruin your life, that's your choice. It's a sad choice, but it's YOUR choice...millions of people have suffered far worse and done far better.