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  1. Cheap, Effective, 2 Week, Oral Treatment for skin and eye problems caused by microscopic Demodex Skin Mites. If your skin and/or eye problems are caused by demodex mites, this treatment may be a cure. The oral treatment kills the mites all over your body even in hard to reach glands. If you have ocular rosacea (aka blepharitis demodex) it is very important to get it treated before it damages your vision.If your dermatologist did not test you for Demodex mites, you should ask them to do so. Demod
  2. HELP As the title says, I've been using differin since Wednesday (almost a week ago) and I've noticed my skin has become red, itchy and is peeling in the corner of my eyes. My doctor instructed me to not use differin in the eye area and so I followed his advice, however I've somehow managed to get the side effect of red blotches in the corners of my eyes. I tried to put a cetaphil moisturiser on them but it stings to put it on? If the moisturiser had a lot of chemicals in then I wouldn't be too
  3. I'm on day 13 of accutane 20mg/day, everything is going great.. my lips are slightly dry but manageable, skin is much less oily, no other noticeable side effects etc... but my eyes are seriously bloodshot and red. I've had 3-4 friends in the past 2 days ask me why my eyes are so bloodshot, it's definitely noticeable. Other than that they aren't too dry, but they constantly feel warm and watery. Most of the stories I hear of people online who have the same problem usually get it later on in t
  4. I'm a 21 year old girl, 115 pounds, trying accutane (Amnesteem) 40 mg a day for the first time. I'm on my third month. I started Accutane because I have ridiculously oily skin as well as painful cystic acne. I wanted to share a few products that got me through my first two miserable months of accutane. Now that I am in my third month I'm finally seeing some of the benefits of Accutane....up until this point I was convinced Accutane wasn't going to work for me. Makeup: I was advised to n
  5. I've been on acctuane 20mg for the past 3 months and it has cleared up my back acne considerably. The acne has faded and now when you run your fingers over the pimples, they don't seem to be there. So it that regard accutane was successful. I have another months left of capsules but I don't think ill proceed with taking them due these side effects even though my acne has not cleared completely. dry eyes red eyes feeling tired The dry eyes is pretty bad even I do use 'dry-eye moisturising ey
  6. hey so i started accutane/roaccutane 19 days agoim on 20mg twice daily anyway as im not due for a followup with my derm till may i have a few questions/concerns im hoping you guys can help me with they are as follows 1.i dont wear glasses or contacts however my eyes are super red looks like im stoned all the time how do you guys deal with this?? 2.recently ive gained pimple/wart things on my hand and a rash type thing only after starting accutane refer to pics is this normal 3.ive also g
  7. Hey guys, Just looking for some advice or maybe shared experiences. Anyway I have been on Accutance for about 3 and a half months, all went well in that time pretty much, at the 3 month mark I started getting really dry and red eyes that irritated me alot, at this time my skin was pretty much completely better, I never really had bad acne I would say moderate though it irritated me alot and I would pick at it, oh and I have had back acne which is alot worse then my face for a long time, I forg
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