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  1. Hey buddy, we havent heard from you in a while. How's it going. Would love an update from ya.
  2. Hey man, Good luck with your course. Your skin didn't look so bad to begin with so you will definitely have clear skin real soon. Btw, how much do you weigh? Did your term tell you how long hes expecting to keep you on for? Adam
  3. How much do you weigh and how much longer will you been on your course. I had mild acne and went on a course and now am perfectly clear so im pretty sure you will have the same results. The hair loss is not even a really a side effect btw. If you pulled out a few hairs in the shower that is perfectly normal and nothing to due with the accutane. Everyone sheds about 100-150 hairs a day.
  4. Where do you get off saying that Accuatane will cause your hair to thin and make negative changes to the skin. You've never been on accutane. You sit on this website complaining your acne, and i do feel your pain. I used to have acne also. It was mild but persistant. My skin was extremely oily as well. I took accutane at an average dosage for my weight and i have had clear beuatiful skin ever since. I suggest you try accutane because nothing else can put your acne into remission. Side effects ac
  5. I weigh about 100 kg. Are you saying I'd have to take 15,000 milligrams of Accutane to achieve that? :shock: :hand: Yes, it's very possible that you would need to take 150mg/kg (which would be as you already said, 100mgs/day for 5 months) to see a substantial reduction in oil post-accutane. Whether the oil returns after you finish your course obviously varies from person to person. But the low doses they give for oily skin only is helpful while you are on the accutane.
  6. Take the accutane like the dermatologist prescribed it to you. You most likely will need to take a normal doasge over a 6 month period or so to hopefully put the oil into permanent remission. I had extremely oily skin and took 40mg per day for 2 months and 80mgs per day for the next 4 months. I weighed 75 kgs at the time. This was 3 years ago and still have no oil. My pores have decreased in appearance dramatically that you would never know i had oily course skin to begin with. You need to take
  7. why do you think guys generally have thick skin, i disgree.
  8. Meh, I only used it for about a week and a half (which is as long as it lasted!) and there was about a 10%-15% improvement, but I'm looking for something that I don't have to apply nightly etc. (looks really stupid applying a night cream when sleeping over at a buddies house because I'm a guy). Don't take my opinion on the product negatively though, maybe it has a more prevalent effect if used for a month or something, and as I always say "the results of one person may differ from the results of
  9. Waht your dermatologist "thinks" is dead wrong. The higher the dosage the better chance of remission. Even though the .5mg/kg has cleared your acne, that doesn't mean you will stay clear after you finish your course. No, it is probably not Italian boy. How would you even know if it was enough to lead to permanent remission? Have you studied this? You obviously do not from experience because you are still on your low dose course. Because in my country they don't prescribe 1.0/mg and
  10. Waht your dermatologist "thinks" is dead wrong. The higher the dosage the better chance of remission. Even though the .5mg/kg has cleared your acne, that doesn't mean you will stay clear after you finish your course. No, it is probably not Italian boy. How would you even know if it was enough to lead to permanent remission? Have you studied this? You obviously do not from experience because you are still on your low dose course. Because in my country they don't prescribe 1.0/mg and
  11. Waht your dermatologist "thinks" is dead wrong. The higher the dosage the better chance of remission. Even though the .5mg/kg has cleared your acne, that doesn't mean you will stay clear after you finish your course. No, it is probably not Italian boy. How would you even know if it was enough to lead to permanent remission? Have you studied this? You obviously do not from experience because you are still on your low dose course.
  12. Does your skin ever get oil on it anymore? Like, on your nose or foreheard, that dreaded t-zone area. I finished the same course as you 3 years ago and my skin is still soft and supple with no oil ever. I hope you stay the same way.
  13. It's good, isn't? I wish I could eliminate the oil on my nose, forehead and everywhere on my face! No, you don't. yes, you do. the oil you do not have anymore has nothing to do with dry skin. You dont need that oil (sebum). It doesnt do anything for you but contribute to acne. Totally incorrect- Sebum's main purpose is to make the skin and hair waterproof and to protect them from drying out. You are right, however, that an EXCESS of sebum can make the skin or hair oily, and lead t
  14. It's good, isn't? I wish I could eliminate the oil on my nose, forehead and everywhere on my face! No, you don't. yes, you do. the oil you do not have anymore has nothing to do with dry skin. You dont need that oil (sebum). It doesnt do anything for you but contribute to acne. Totally incorrect- Sebum's main purpose is to make the skin and hair waterproof and to protect them from drying out. You are right, however, that an EXCESS of sebum can make the skin or hair oily, and lead t
  15. It's good, isn't? I wish I could eliminate the oil on my nose, forehead and everywhere on my face! No, you don't. yes, you do. the oil you do not have anymore has nothing to do with dry skin. You dont need that oil (sebum). It doesnt do anything for you but contribute to acne.
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