It's only been a week after my facial peeling. I still have painful lumps & itchy acne. Is it fine if I start taking Accutane?

It's only been a week after my facial peeling. I still have painful lumps & itchy acne. I also have whiteheads. Is it fine if I start taking Accutane?

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Answered by Evolution MD

It’s recommended to wait at least two weeks after any treatment to start Accutane.

Published on Nov 19, 2018

Answered by Evolution MD (View Profile)

It’s recommended to wait at least two weeks after any treatment to start Accutane.

Published on Nov 19, 2018


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