Indeed I have no idea of how lucky I am because I am not lucky at all. I have the oiliest skin known to mankind and it makes me feel like absolute shit. I feel miserable most of the time purely because of my oily skin. I try not to, but it's always fucking there isn't it and I can't exactly ignore it either, can I?
Exactly. This is a serious subject and people come to this forum for help. I, and I'm sure most on here, are absolutely fed up with reading nonsense. We want helpful comments.
Pardon my French, but why *the fuck* would anybody treasure the thing that's such a pain in the ass to them? Honestly, what made you think it would be a good idea to post such an absolutely pointless comment on here? At least clarify where you're coming from..
treasure your oil skin...especially if you've eaten roaccutane. You are so lucky
What is it with people coming on internet forums and posting such meaningless drivel? Don't you realize there's people on here desperate for good, helpful information? It just annoys me so much that even on a specialized forum for oily skin, at least half of the posts made on here are completely useless.
She probably just means that some people who take accutane are left with overly dry skin and they actually want some of their sebum back.
Sebum doesn't moisturise, so her comment is still pretty useless...a) it doesn't answer the OP's question b) telling someone they should cherish their oily skin is just plain ridiculous.
Well since you asked and took such offence at my comment I'll give you some insight and hope that you may have some constructive advice.
Roaccutane has destroyed my body's ability to hydrate & moisturize my skin. My sebacious glands do not ptoduce a drop of sebum. This is only a recent development in my list of side effects lasting the last 6 months. I am so envious to hear that otheres have regained oilyness & would give pardon my french *fucking anything* to have that back. Ive aged 10 years in the last 6 mnths and yeah you have no idea how lucky you are. Buy some blotting papers and be thankful.
Now, I'm sad to hear of your side-effects. They sound horrible and I can imagine you feel terrible. And compared with you, I seem to have less to worry about and I do feel a bit silly sometimes when I think about how much worse things could be and the fact that there are a lot worse things out there than oily skin...
That being said, this is a special forum for oily skin. I come on here everyday to hopefully one day find that magic cure for oily skin that would help me live a happy life. What I don't need is people coming on here and saying "buy some blotting papers and be thankful". Where is that going to get me? In fact, where is that getting you? It's pointless. That may sound harsh but honestly, you wouldn't want me saying something along the lines of "Just buy some moisturizer and be greatful", would you? I've got my hopes up so many times and read so much absolute shit on websites and forums that I really do not need to read anymore pointless rubbish... I'd rather hear about possible cures.
I genuinely hope you get better and your side-effects disappear completely.