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  1. I have my nurse appointment at dermatology today so thought a little round up was appropriate. Skin wise, My skin isn't dry at all but it isn't oily. The dry skin on my hands and arms has totally gone. My dry ear is now fine, I figured it was actually a spot clearing out. I used to get one big one there often. The pores on my nose are visibly smaller and not black anymore. I can not use moisturiser on my face at all it totally ruins any progress I make. I am
  2. Today I decided to go for the dosage increase. I have started on 30mg which was prescribed by the Derm. It was off my own back I decided to start with the 20mg rather than the 30mg, due to my mental health history and usual sensitivity to antibiotics and medications. There is nothing much to report really. My skin is dry compared to normal but after the Cetaphil moisturiser I feel greasy for the rest of the day. The tip of my nose is peeling slightly still and my upper cheeks are a little sens
  3. The dryness on my nose has gone, in fact, most of my dryness has gone but I don't feel oily like I used to. The flaky skin has stopped. My eyes feel dry when I wake up but a few drops of eye drops and they are fine for the day. My skin has got progressively worse over the time I have been on Roaccutane so far. The majority of spots/pimples are the huge painful cysts that come from deep down under the skin. There has been a reduction on the closed comedones and clogged pores, I do spent quite a b
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