Roaccutane | Accutane | Isotretinoin
Roaccutane, also known as Isotretinoin and Accutane, is a type of medication that treats severe acne. It can only be prescribed by a Dermatologist or medical professional. It is a retinoid, meaning it is related to vitamin A, and is found in small quantities naturally in the body.
This medication has serious side effects and is only prescribed as a last resort. To see how this drug completely cured my cystic acne read the posts below.
I received my treatment of Roaccutane in Leeds UK.
What is Roaccutane (Isotretinoin)
- Treats severe forms of acne
- Is a retinoid, related to vitamin A
- Has serious side effects, such as depression, peeling skin, dry eyes and lips, aching muscles and can cause serious birth defects for pregnant women
- Works by reducing the production of the skin’s natural oil (sebum)
- Patients must see a Dermatologist every 30 days to receive the medication and women must take a pregnancy test to ensure no birth defects can occur
Roaccutane side effects – My Journey with Roaccutane
Products to use on Roaccutane
4 years after Roaccutane update