Accutane reviews

Accutane reviews

An oral form of isotretinoin, Accutane is also known as Amnesteem, Claravis, and Sotret. It is claimed that it reduces the amount of oil released by your skin, and therefore can treat even the worst cases of acne. It is available only by prescription. It can treat severe forms of acne outside of acne vulgaris. Let’s see which Accutane reviews our customers give.

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“I’m not sure that I would recommend Accutane to anyone or everyone. But it is nice for me. I mean I threw up a lot at first. But my acne was really gone within just one month, and I don’t know what it did. But it hasn’t come back since. However, my cousin used it too, because her acne was really bad, and it wasn’t worth the side effects for her. So it depends on the person.”

Steve Harnett Frond end developer Santa Rosa May 7, 2019

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“Accutane took a while to get used to. But once I did, it was well worth the wait. It was the final solution that I should’ve just used in the first place!”

Jess Hudson Actress Florida May 7, 2019


“Accutane cleared my acne beautifully when nothing else worked. I did experience some mild joint pain and nose bleeds. But realistically, it decreased over time and it was all well worth it.”

Steve Knockx Producer California May 7, 2019

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“Accutane should not be taken lightly. There are some people who should never take it. But I was one of the candidates that could, and it really cleared up my acne. It was a miracle for me, when nothing else worked. I love Accutane for me. But it is not appropriate for everyone.”

Brigitte Nurse Illinois May 7, 2019


“I started with cystic acne at the age of 9. Painful, large purple and bleeding cysts everywhere. My face, ears head, legs, arms, breast, shoulders and back. It hurt to have water on my skin. I am now 39yo and I took my first dose of Accutane in the early 90’s. Little was known about the side effects at that time. I experienced the dryness, the chapped lips, the back and joint pain. I was on for 3 months because insurance would not cover back then. The cystic acne returned after 2 months of stopping. Second round…higher dose and longer treatment. Same side effects. I have been cyst free for more than 15 yrs. I do get “pimples” still from time to time. But I will take these everyday compared to the pain and problems that the severe cystic acne caused me in my early life. If I had to do all over again I would in a heartbeat! and If my daughter shows signs of cystic acne…we will be scheduling an appointment ASAP to assess her needs as well. Good luck for those that can still get from pharmacy.”

John Marketing director Texas May 7, 2019