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  1. ccoryea

    pros and cons

    pros and cons

    good for closed comedones, bad for inflammatory acne
  2. Greasy, works on inflammatory acne

    Makes face really greasy and oily looking but helps with inflammatory acne. Does nothing for closed comedones.
  3. Hi, are you male or female?

    I can't be certain but someone on this forum told me that here in the UK a 2nd
    course of accutane was banned.

    Apparenty it has ben recognised that the side effects on a 2nd course are
    are more prevalent and dangerous.

    It's probably a stupid question but have you really tried everything
    else? Diet,
    https://www.docshop.com/education/dermatology/facial/blue-light
    and all other natural approaches.

    Some things may seem like expensive option but many accutane victims
    end up paying a fortune trying to cure themselves from the side effects post accutane.

    Acne is horrid I agree but you lifelong health should be you first consideration.

    1. I was 17 when I began my six month accutane journey. I am 20 now. I never had cystic acne, but I did have acne severe enough that, if left untreated, would cause scaring. OTC washes/products worked for a while, then Rx retinoids and antibiotic creams, then oral antibiotics. Eventually even the oral antibiotics stopped working. My dermatologist and I agreed it was time for Accutane. It wasn't a quick decision, I understood all possible side effects and risks. I took 30mg/day the first two m
    2. Hello, This is my first post on this site so I hope this is in the correct spot but anyway I began my battle with acne in middle school and am now a senior in high school. I've tried the over the counter products, prescription antibiotic lotions and retinoids, prescription oral antibiotics, and finally Accutane. After battling acne for years just trying to "maintain" my breakouts but working so hard and still not getting where I wanted to be, I decided to go on Accutane. I began Accuta
    3. ccoryea

      Amazing product

      Amazing product

      I'm a 17 year old male, and like most 17 year old males, I've had my run in with acne. I've tried all of the over-the-counter stuff, prescription antibiotic lotions and retinoids, oral antibiotics, and finally a course of Accutane. Aczone was the last med I tried before Accutane and it saved me until I could get on Accutane. Aczone works extremely well, in my experience, for the red, inflamed, "angry", pimples and breakouts. Using any other products would burn when I put it on my acne but Aczone
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