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Red face, oilyness, breakouts

Hi I have moderate acne and I was just wondering if anyone has a similar situation to mine. I have a lot of times like a flushed complexion on my cheeks, and my nose is always redder than the rest of my face, also after washing my face in the morning by the end of the day my face is very very oily and greasy. I'm on accutane right now the first week, will this help the situation??

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the acctutane from what i heard should help the oilyness but yeah i have the same situation as you!!!!! hang in there

goodluck!

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No clue, never been on accutane but my doctor has brought it up once. You describe your acne as if it were similar to mine. It always looks flushed red around my cheeks and very oily/greasy by the end of the day.

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Yeah, Accutane will fix it all! I've been on it for 3-4 months, and I can tell you that after the first month my oil on face were reduced sooo much, I couldn't believe it! In fact by the second month, I would come home from school at 3:00pm and had not a problem for oily skin, I mean it seemed like I had put m make up on just 5 min ago, even better maybe! Hang in there, and I promise you'll be better and your complexion too :)

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Hi I have moderate acne and I was just wondering if anyone has a similar situation to mine. I have a lot of times like a flushed complexion on my cheeks, and my nose is always redder than the rest of my face, also after washing my face in the morning by the end of the day my face is very very oily and greasy. I'm on accutane right now the first week, will this help the situation??

Yes...it should help with those symptoms - including some of the redness. Keep in mind it might get worse before it gets better.

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