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  1. KSG1996

    Acne And Showers

    Hey guys. I'm almost done with month 3 of Accutane and I am taking 30 mg every other day because I have sensitive skin and even though my height and weight show that I could take more, my body can't handle more than that. Anyways (before I get off-topic) I've noticed the following. Every time I take a shower, most of my pimples begin opening up. I know it's supposed to be a normal thing because of the pores opening up and all that, but it frustrates me that it's always those pimples that e
  2. So this so far has been my first post, as it's the first question I've had after reading this forum for some weeks waiting for my Regimen kit to come in the mail. It finally came yesterday, so I'm getting started right away. So far I understand the face regimen is twice a day...but does it matter for the backne/neckne regimen? I can only really get myself to shower once a day max, and if I absolutely have to do it twice to wash my back/neck, I can get a shower cap (my hair really doesn't li
  3. A lot of days when I have time I sit and consider all of the lifestyle changes I made around the time my acne came back (Since I was acne free for over a year before I saw it happen again)... And one of those changes was I began showering more often... Is it possible this is one of the contributing factors to my breakouts? Has anyone else noticed a pattern like this? It might be important to note that I also have rosacea, so the hot weather will even irritate my skin to redness. So I'm exp