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About DrMetallica

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  1. Vitamin A, even in large doses, has no effect on acne. Accutane, whose chemical formula is similar to vitamin A, you should start taking.
  2. I was thinking about this today a lot, and it turns out that you can't take accutane without the side effects. Accutane stops the oil producing glands so your pores don't get clogged. It doesn't matter if it takes a year to do this, it is still going to stop oil production and you're going to get dry lips, nose, eyes, etc.
  3. Yes it ran out. There is another generic in addition to Sortret
  4. Has to be a derm. My cousin is a dermotogist and he is precriping Accutane with half the dosage normal derms give you, but for a longer time. He says users experience minimal side effects, yet are still cured.
  5. None. Accutane is isotretinoin, whose chemical formula is very similar to the chemical formula of Vitamin A. Therefore taking both in high doeses would supposedly produce an overdose. What's funny is that Vitamin A doesn't do anything to cure acne.
  6. Arn't they both related to vitamin A? Can someone give me some more detail.
  7. Wow, 30 mg is a pretty small dose. I'm almost on my second week and I take 60mg, might be moved up to 80 mg next month. Anyways it takes about 3 months for it to totally work, and don't stop taking it after your face clears, keep taking it until your dermatologist says stop.
  8. Saline water nasal spray. Got it at Rite Aid for cheap, and it works wonders.
  9. Does anyone know HOW it works? I heard it pushes all the pimps deep, beneath your skin up.