How to deal with acne scar?
A new product has a simple solution for acne scars, but the brand that makes it may have a secret: It’s the work of an Iranian scientist.
In a new interview with Axios, Iranian-born Dr. Hossein Saeedi says that the product is a cream that treats acne scars using “pig skin cells” and “macrochemicals.”
Saeedi said he developed the product while studying at Tehran University of Science and Technology, which he said he joined after a job offer from a pharmaceutical company.
“It was my dream to become a scientist,” Saeedie told Axios.
“It’s not easy.
But I want to make a difference in the world.”
Saeedsi has a long history of being involved in Iranian politics.
He worked as a political prisoner and then as a journalist in Iran.
He was arrested in 1979 after he was arrested by the Islamic Republic of Iran and sentenced to life in prison for violating the country’s anti-terrorism laws.
Saeedis family has long held Iran’s highest office, and his father, Mohammad Saeedii, was once the president of Iran.
Saeedso is the first Iranian-American doctor to get FDA approval to market a product.
Saedingi is currently working with a startup that sells an ointment that contains pig skin cells.
He said the ointments contain pig skin, which is derived from pigs, and are made from pig skin and plant fibers.
The ointener can be used to treat scarring in people with severe acne, according to the company’s website.
Saedie told the Axios website that the oinments are similar to an ooze.
“We call it a cream, but it’s actually a mixture of the pig skin tissue, the plant fibers, and some microorganisms,” Saedie said.
“We don’t know the name yet, but we’ll announce it soon.”
Saedi said that the company is working on a larger version of the product, which will have more ingredients.
“You need a lot of different ingredients to make this,” he said.