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  1. Is stopping accutane midway for reasons such as some symptoms being too great dangerous? Maybe not dangerous but say if you were to be seeing good results but not a total acne cured recovery and you started to get paranoid about the side effects; if you stopped, would the acne turn back to normal like when taking antibiotics? Or does the course HAVE to finish? And even after stopping accutane, does its effects still work cuz of the retinol being in the liver??? Its all to do with causing p
  2. Is it okay to use bio oil with retin A? Retin A seems to work pretty well for my acne. However, lately I've been breaking a little more than usual, and these breakouts have left hyperpigmentation in addition to the ones left by older acne. I have access to bio oil and am contemplating adding it to my skin care regime. Would that be okay? I was thinking that I should probably use it in the morning, but how, and after which step? Below is my current regime (I'm an 18 yo female with combination
  3. Teens and adults suffering from acne all over the world love Benzoyl peroxide for clearing up their acne. It is a very popular ingredient in most OTC acne products, and there's a reason why. Benzoyl Peroxide oxygenates the skin's pores, making it impossible for acne bacteria to survive. In order to do this, Benzoyl peroxide renews the layers of the skin much faster, making you much more suitable to sunburns. In the first couple weeks of use, skin will be red, itchy, dry and irritated. Side effe
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