Chico youve been on this forum since its inception. By now you would have gained much experience.
Can you tell me what supplements have helped and what you take currently if any?
I don't take any supplements anymore. I've taken them all, i mean you name it and i've taken it, but i don't see things in that way anymore. There was a time were it was "just let me find that one supplement that cures this" that was my approach, i've spent tens of thousands on supplements, it just doesn't work like that. You take something, the power of placebo, you think it's working, then suddenly it stops and you go back to the way it was before.
There are broadly two types of people here, ones the flat out react to vitamin A in food and people that don't....i'm in the former. Vitamin A in the form of retinol is poison to my body. The best advice i can give for those people is you must avoid ALL forms of retinol completely. I still eat kale and spinach and high beta carotene foods but egg yolk, butter, milk, cheese, meat, fish - i don't touch it, you can't heal if you don't remove it, you'll just keep adding to the toxicity.
Now you might be the type that doesn't react to vitamin A, either way stay away from cod liver oil, just eat what you normally eat. When i was 1-3 years post accutane i could eat whatever i wanted, i didn't react to vitamin A, but the more i ate, the worse it got, now it's 11 years post accutane and i cannot eat it at all, it accumulates.
So my advice would be sort out your diet, eat fruits, vegetables, soak nuts and seeds, eat quinoa, lentils, beans etc. Understand nutrition, dry skin brush, yoga, weightlifting, lymph based herbal teas, kidney herbs, echinacea, cleavers, i drink a tea from Dr Stuart called skin purify it has nettles, red clover, burdock root, dandelion root, drink lots of water. I have a vitamix, i make 1-2 green smoothies a day, i strongly recommend that above juicing for the fiber benefits. Just healthy lifestyle choices really, no isolated supplements, just foods.
If you've got dry skin try natural moisturisers like Jojoba oil, grape seed oil, coconut oil, apply argan oil to your hair, explore them. Hope that answers your question timatron, obviously it's not for everyone but that's my honest opinion.