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About inthezone

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  1. If it really is deep, maybe you should see a doctor just to make sure it heals properly without scarring. That's what I would do.
  2. Just started my Accutane, but I need to know if it is okay to keep using hydroquinone to treat some hyperpigmentation on my body. Thanks.
  3. I have just started Accutane and was wondering if it is okay to continue using hydroquinone to treat some hyperpigmentation on my body. Thanks.
  4. My skin is very oily, not only on my face but on my scalp and body as well. But I do also suffer from nodular acne, a few spots at a time. If the Accutane got rid of these breakouts and the oil returned, I would be perfectly content - it's easier to get rid of that than large pimples. My face is never COMPLETELY covered in pimples, but it's bad enough for me to want to go on Accutane. My dermatologist is extremely professional and I have already received the lab work. I just don't think people s
  5. when i say i don't have serious acne, i mean that i do not normally have large cysts. i do have problems with whiteheads, blackheads, and nodules. but in my opinion, i feel my acne has recently become out of control, as i have had the worst breakouts of my life. i did thorough research and carefully considered the pros and cons of Accutane. keep in mind, i had already tried virtually all prescription topical treatments and oral antibiotics as well. i am so looking forward to clear skin and am re
  6. hi everyone, went to see a brand-new derm today after having not seen one in a couple of years. i explained to her my situation and told her i had tried everything else (prescription and OTC) and she had no problem giving me the Accutane. my acne is not severe (mostly oil is my problem), but i just need to put it behind me and move on with my life. had the blood test today so i should be starting my 40mg/day on Monday. already made a follow-up appointment in a month. a tip: the pharmacy and