Accutane does indeed sound like a magic pill, but does it really work as well as it seems? We all know someone who's taken a course of Accutane and never had their acne come back. But are these results the norm?
In our clinic, we regularly see clients who've taken Accutane and their acne did come back, mostly within a few months of stopping the medication. However, these results are to be expected because if Accutane had been effective, people wouldn't seek our help.
In order to get a non-biased idea of the long-term efficacy of Accutane, I conducted an anonymous survey of a group of Accutane users from around the world. Most people typically see an enormous improvement in their acne while taking the medication, but I wanted to know how long their skin stayed clear after taking 1-2 courses of Accutane. Here are the results:
This was by no means a scientific study, but I did find these results to be very interesting.
While I completely understand the desperation someone feels when they have acne, it seems Accutane might be more of a gamble than a sure thing. And, the long list of side effects should be seriously considered before taking it, especially since there is no guarantee that your acne won't return once you stop.
Just recently, three clients reported the following side effects they experienced while taking Accutane:
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