It's been 11months since I have taken accutane. Initially I was relapsing for the first 6 months post accutane, but I bought the exposed kit and its been working so far. I never thought my skin would be good on topical medications, but it is. For all y'all out there struggling, I say try the exposed system for a good 20 weeks before you hit the hard stuff(accutane).
It has been a beautiful two weeks. i recently have been for the most part clear!!! Yeah son!! anywho, im only on 20mg and have been on it for 6.5 months. seriously life changing. i wish my skin can stay like this forever. i had chronic cystic acne for the longest time ever, and i was fed up with it. i couldnt even lay down without feeling pain on my back or chest. my only worries are that it'll come back. so, im going to see another dermatologist next week, i really hope i can get the tane presc
i just made an appointment for a dermatologist on april 9th. im nervous because i want to be on a full dose course of that accutane, and as of right now im on 20mg a day but im scared once i stop taking it my face will freak out, im not clear at the moment, i have 4 good sized zits, but they arent cystic so im happy about that. ive been taking 20mg for almost 6 months and its done wonders for me, but im not satisfied, i start college in only 6 months and wanna be clear. any suggestions as to wha
Hello! i have come to share my stories. i think they are relatable to many of you people out there. first and foremost, ive got the acne. No surprise, haha. Anyway, my acne story started when i was 8 years old. you heard right, 8 years. At that time i didn't give a crap about my face tho. At age 10 i started using Noxema and Proactive and some Eucalyptus wash and Clearasil. They yielded no results. That whole trial and error went on until i was age 12. Then when i was 13-14 my face freaked out.