Just wanted to update this in case anyone else on Accutane finds it useful.
Basically, my acne has been getting progressively worse since I've gotten off Accutane around a year ago. Right now I'm at the point where I have about 5-10 red pimples on my face at any given time. I've been trying to combat it with a night-only BP Regimen (I used Dr. Song's BP for about 6 months, and have been using Acne.org for about three months and a half now), but I just keep breaking out. I'm not sure if Accutane made my acne more resistant, or what... I'm still on the hunt for an effective anti-acne regimen.
I don't want to discourage anyone from taking Accutane, since the results are different for everyone... I'd say Accutane was still worth it for me, at least for the moment, since I don't really have that many breakouts on my back now (used to break out quite a bit there), and my acne is pretty much contained to my cheek / moustache region. Plus, my skin isn't as prone to developing annoying conditions like seborrheic dermatitis.
I'm sorry to hear this. I know exactly how you feel as I never stopped breaking out after my 2012 course. Please keep us posted on what you decide to do next. What else have you tried for your acne?
I've been on the Acne.org Regimen a couple of times, in addition to Retin-A and various antibiotics... at this point, I'm back on the Regimen. I'll stick with it as I think it will take longer to work, especially with a night-only application. I've also been shaving with a blade razor for the past couple months, so I feel like that might have something to do with the pseudo-acne I've been getting (might actually be ingrown hairs / folliculitis, as they all form on hair follicles and get very inflamed / filled with pus). I've recently switched to an electric clipper, and I've also started using bentonite clay / ACV masks. Hopefully the combination of BP, careful shaving and clay masks will be enough to keep my acne at bay.