So I'm almost to that 1 week mark.
So far so good, skin is noticeably drier. I can feel my lips are dry, but I am still putting vaseline on which is amazing. My current spots that I had before starting are beginning to fade away, they become zits, and then the next day they are much smaller and less noticeable. I am delighted with these results so far.
I don't know if I'm just being paranoid but it seems like my hair is thinner and a lot drier, I have to wash it everyday now. Other than that,
My name is Lexi & I am 17 years old. I have been battling with moderate acne for about 3 years now. This is actually my second time on Roaccutane. The first time it cleared completely within 6 months. But, until recently it began to come back.
So now here I am, back for round 2...
Lets see how it goes
I guess we are all here for the same reason - we want clear skin! But other than that, we want to feel comfortable and not have to worry about how bad our skin is looking. I
Finally past that first week mark.
My skin is definitely improving on my cheeks, the spots are becoming less red and inflamed. Although I woke up this morning with a little breakout on my forehead, but it is nothing to noticeable - to be honest I'm not to worried about the spots on my forehead, mostly on my cheeks is where I feel most vulnerable.
I am definitely more sensitive to the sun now and my skin is not flaky but it feels tight and a little dry, but to moisturizing since day 1 has def
Not much to report, but I have noticed slightly drier lips & my skin feels a little dry, but nothing that moisturizer cant fix. But other that that, just keep on keeping on. All we can do is just have a positive attitude and that in the end this was so worth it. Hope you're all having a good day!
Dosage: 40m/g per day at night.
Today marks the 5th day on Roaccutane and so far so good.
I woke up this morning with dry skin and I have some slight discomfort in my lower back. My eyes are very itchy so I just used some eye drops. Other than that, my spots seem to be getting smaller and my skin feels a lot smoother than before. Some advice, don't use make-up if you're skin is peeling, it makes your peeling seem more visible and the foundation does not mix in properly. I am keeping up with the moisturizing