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In Topic: Milk Of Magnesia- The "cure"

13 April 2014 - 01:10 AM

Haven't posted in a loooooooong time, so sorry if I'm not much help.


But I've used MOM for about 2 weeks. It literally did nothing for my oily skin. It did make my redness decrease however. But I remember using it in the morning before school, with moisturizer applied on top, and it looked like I was sweating, it was really bad. It made my oily skin even oilier, and so I never touched it again. I guess with some people it works wonders, and with some it doesn't. Don't know much about pH and all that, but if you really want your oily skin gone, you'd risk trying out a product, right? I think we all would since we're about fed up with our skin. Never know until you use it. Good luck!


Thanks for the response. Yes, I'm fed up with my skin but I don't want to risk damaging it in the process of trying to make it better (especially after everything accutane but my poor skin through). I think I'll try MOM if the oil gets any worse and becomes unbearable so thanks for your advice :)

In Topic: Accutane At 15

05 April 2014 - 12:17 PM

I was worried about this topic too. I started accutane when I was 14, I turned 15 during my course and I took it for almost 6 months. I finished my course 5 months ago and I've grown about 1cm since then. I'm pretty sure the drug hasn't affected my growth.


I think you need to decide what's most important to you. For me, I would rather be 30cm tall and have beautiful skin than be lovely and tall but with the awful skin I used to have. But if your height really is important to you then maybe you'll have a different opinion. Of course, you may be lucky like me and your growth won't be affected but it's definitely a risk you should think about.


Let me know if you have any more questions and good luck :)

In Topic: What Will Happen If You Consume Crushed Accutane Capsules (I Just Did..)?

05 April 2014 - 12:05 PM

I would recommend contacting your doctor

In Topic: Milk Of Magnesia- The "cure"

04 April 2014 - 01:44 AM

Nothing for oily skin at the moment. I finished taking accutane 5 months ago and I thought my oily skin had been cured. However now my skin is getting oilier my the day and I'm looking into something that will help me get rid of it :)

Are there any other alternatives that will give me the same amazing results as MOM?

In Topic: 15 Year Old Female- Roaccutane Uk- Let's Do This! (Pictures Included)

14 February 2014 - 12:37 PM

Argggg the quote thingy isn't working...


^^^ But to answer your question, yes, I had severely oily skin before accutane. During my course my skin obviously became very very dry. Now, my skin is no longer extremely dry but not all the oil has returned. My skin is now a healthy amount of oiliness- not to dry or too oily. My skin is... NORMAL (!!) and I am loving it.


I am very well thank you, I hope you are too :)