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  1. I am on isotretinoin also and although my skin wasn't HORRIBLE to start, just persistent and a few cysts here and there, my initial breakout was atrocious. It started my second week and I'm still in the midst of it in week 4, but it has greatly reduced. Currently I have about 3 active pimples and the rest are healing. It seemed many times like I was at the end of it, but then I'd have another flare up or get another cyst. But after each flare my skin was a bit better. So patience is the key, it
  2. Update: first week all of my existing pimples cleared up. Week two all hell broke loose as my skin "purged". My jaw on the right side of my face erupted in large cysts (I rarely get cysts) and the rest of my face was covered in bumps and whiteheads. I made the mistake of picking at these which led to tons of scabs. Finally I just left it alone to heal which it did very rapidly. The tiny bumps are now almost gone and the scabs have dried up and wash off when I wash my face. The cysts are gone exc
  3. Okay so I just wanted to report my success on accutane for all of you wishy washy about the drug. I have had persistent acne since I was 13 and I am now 23. I wouldn't call it cystic but I do get cysts as well as a lot of tiny bumps all over and some red inflamed ones. Since turning 20 it has gotten a bit better but I almost never have totally clear skin. I tried literally everything, every over the counter product, diet, cleanse, uv lights, facials, peels, etc. last year I started modeling and
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