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News mdicaments in clinical trials to reduce sebum

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Hi everybody 
first sorry for my english.

my story

I have extremely extremely oily skin.

I am on isotretinine treatment that has worked at 60mg per week but my dermatologist wants me to take as little as possible.

so we try 20mg a week but the oily skin comes back is not enough for me unfortunately.


I have researched new treatments to reduce sebum.
1) SB204 of Novan therapeutics
2) ASC-J9 Of Androscience
3) Winlevi of Cassiopea (success in phase3)

What do you think?

I'm mentally exhausted from having to wipe my face every 30 minutes or 1 hour maximum


 

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hi everyone, i did some research and here is an update on possible new treatments.

1) WINLEVI from CASSIOPEA anti androgen cream

https://www.cassiopea.com/product-pipeline/#accordion

appointment with the FDA on August 27, 2020.

 

2) LASER SEBACIA

microparticles of gold penetrate your skin to lodge in the sebaceous glands and then we destroy it with a laser.

https://sebacia.com/

3) LASER ACCUREACNE

laser with a wavelength of 1726nm which aims to heat the sebum. this laser will be marketed in Italy and then all over the world normally.

https://accureacne.com/

and here is an article from the dermatology times

https://www.dermatologytimes.com/view/sebaceous-gland-destruction-viable-strategy-treat-acne

here are the treatments that seem to me the most promising.

have people participated in the clinical trials of these companies?

. if other people have better information ... please don't hesitate to share.

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