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Can RETIN-A clear moderate acne?

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Also I see that it's made by Neutrogena, and I don't like that... because their stuff sucks... I'm hoping to see a derm this Friday. I wish I would just get accutane and get it over with, but the derm is probably going to try everything first before even considering tane.. I want to get clear as fast as possible (school you see)... Also does RETIN A help with red marks? man, yesterday I wore my friend's glasses and I saw how clear the world was, so I decided to see what my face looked like and I was horrified =(....!!! It was 50x worse than what I thought it was.. It was HELL.. but mostly it was redmarks.

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Also I see that it's made by Neutrogena, and I don't like that... because their stuff sucks... I'm hoping to see a derm this Friday. I wish I would just get accutane and get it over with, but the derm is probably going to try everything first before even considering tane.. I want to get clear as fast as possible (school you see)... Also does RETIN A help with red marks? man, yesterday I wore my friend's glasses and I saw how clear the world was, so I decided to see what my face looked like and I was horrified =(....!!! It was 50x worse than what I thought it was.. It was HELL.. but mostly it was redmarks.

My acne is pretty moderate right now, and I think it's going to help me... it cleared up my SEVERE acne on my back. And it hasn't always been made by Neutrogena... It's an Ortho product, I think they just merged at some point. But don't expect fast results with it... takes up to 12 weeks for full results.

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Differin is made by Galderma who also mades Cetaphil - - but that doesn't really speak to either product.

If it make you feel any better, at least the active ingredients in Retin A are Vitamin A - - which is partly what Accutane is.

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