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My Nose and Area Surrounding Nose



Ok so, This is me front on looking at my nose. This area is quite nice at the moment, but i sometimes break out in this area because it is rather oily. Also you may notice a mark on my left cheek (which is really my right cheek, but in the photo the cheek on the left--> confusing much?) that looks like a pimple, but that is actually a birthmark/freckle thing so ignore that.

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You have gorgeous eyes and you're really pretty. If you haven't gone on accutane I would say try it because it will clear all of that within a few months. You look good anyway...

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You have gorgeous eyes and you're really pretty. If you haven't gone on accutane I would say try it because it will clear all of that within a few months. You look good anyway...

Hey thanks so much, i know accutane would be wonderful, but my mum won't let me at the moment because she doesn't have the money for me to see a derm right now and cannot afford the meds... :D but also she doesn't want me to take it due to the side effects... which is really annoying because i am not that worried about the side effects... sigh

oh and also... she doesn't think acne is a big deal... well it's a big deal to me mum :D

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Only people with no acne say it's not a big deal. When I get spots it instantly drains my confidence and ruins my day. It's tough to deal with. I hope things work out for you. :D

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You probably wouldnt get prescribed accutane right off if you went to a derm right now, since your skin doesnt look too bad at all. I'ld say in the mild-moderate, probably more towards mild. But just for future ref, if your acne gets worse, which i hope it doesnt, accutane is extremely cheap in australia. Since you are like 16, you should be able to get a low income healthcare card, and with that a month supply of 40mg is only $7.75. Heavily subsidised from the $143.37, and even that's cheap compared to what Americans pay without insurance lol.

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wow that's so good! Yeah my brother just went on Roaccutane because she realised it wasn't that expensive, it's $35 for each box. She said that she would take me to a derm and i think i have a good chance of being prescribed it, because i have persistent acne and have tried many methods of getting rid of it... like topically, home remedies, the pill etc.. and I can't take antibiotics because i have an allergic reaction to them.

Also the doc my brother went to see often puts her patients on Roacc and none of her patients so far have had any serious side affects. Apart from dry skin, lips etc... but i know it's still a bit of a risk.. but im willing to take it :D

anyways thanks for the advice and supportive comments :D :D

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