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Getting better at the worst time



I booked my appointment for the derm about a month ago (maybe less actually) and I was planning on asking for roaccutane.

My skin is currently looking pretty good – the best it’s looked for years. So I’m assuming that the derm will say no.

BUT! Does this mean that to continue my clear skin stint, I must continue my current regimen forever? What happens when I stop using epiduo? I currently average nearly £70 a month on skin care things – supps, prescriptions and Clinique shit. That is not sustainable. Which is why I’m hoping that I will be prescribed accutane anyway for a low dose for a short course to give myself the best shot of actually STAYING clear without doing weird stuff to myself all the time.

Also my whole bed time regimen is a joke. Sometimes I am tired and I just want to get to bed – I don’t want to wait 20 minutes while my epiduo dries for bloody hell’s sake!

Ok I am in a bad mood today because I just rang my insurance company and they said they would charge me £50 for my birthdate being incorrect on my policy. ANGER!


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