thats not me I found it on google images.
It's not that simple for everyone.
why is it not that simple? it actually is, don't be a skeptic until you tried cause the stuff did miracles to me. only issue I think is you shouldn't take it if you are pregnant.
i use a medicine called ''net look'' but the treatment course might take 2 monthes at least and am seeing him after a month in school :(
It seems like a good drug, tell your doctor if you can please up the does. I remember my old doctor was way to cautious especially since I weigh 90kg he was giving half my necessary does but my new doctor doubled it and it got rid of every single pimple for the last 7 months. Also use make up if you need to really hide it.
so should I use roaccutane ? is it available in middle east ? btw how long you had taken it
roacutane is the comercial name for isotretinoin and I think what your are taking already has that, check the ingredients. If it doesn't I don't see why you couldn't find it in the middle east. I took it for 3 months I believe and it last like 2 years, have done three cycle already. The effect start showing after 1-2 month if you are taking the right dose. It makes your skin really dry and you lips as well but you just have to make sure to use moisturizers and it will pay off after the treatment
NothingGoldCanStay thnx for all this information , very useful :)) by the way the doctor told me about The process of peeling skin .. I Mean after the treatment course , You heard about it ?
Accutane doesn't have a 100% success rate, and for some unfortunate people, no medication works effectively. QA, accutane works by preventing your body from producing oil. It should really only be used in severe cases. In Australia, if you go under accutane, you have to get your kidney checked every few months or so, as it causes problems there for some people. It's been linked to a sh*t-tonne of long-term problems like IBS and joint problems. Sure, if anything's gonna get rid of acne, it'll be
accutane, but it's something you have to really think about. Nothing, I'm glad accutane worked for you, but I'm too much of a f***ing coward to take it. Plus, my acne isn't 'severe', so my dermo refuses to give it to me. I'm using epiduo, but progress is slow. I doubt it'll actually cure my acne. There is no cure for acne. Only treatments: many of which aren't remotely effective, and several that aren't worth the risk.
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