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Roaccutane (also known as Accutane or Isotretinoin) is a derivative of Vitamin A, both bears similar chemical structure.
Its mode of working is suppressing sebum production by significantly reducing sebaceous gland responsible for sebum production. After an average of four months of acne treatment using Roaccutane acne clears.
A patient can stay for years without any recurrence of acne Roaccutane is a synthetic formulation of Vitamin A. Its use as an acne medication raises the levels of fat and triglycerides in the blood stream. These substances are difficult for a human liver to break up.
The liver becomes strained and starts to malfunction. A liver is a vital body organ and it is hard to cure or replace. It is therefore a lethal side effect that should be avoided at any cost. The active ingredients used in making up of Roaccutane cause the weakening of the hair follicles.
This results to a temporary loss of hair. Patient under Roaccutane have enough trouble already trying to fight the trauma caused by acne disfigurement, hair loss worsens the situation even further. Roaccutane halts production of oil skin and causes constant feeling of dryness. Read the rest of this entry »