Can Using Accutane in Low Doses Cure Acne Without Side Effects?

For the last few months, I’ve had a stubborn patch of hormonal acne on my jaw—just this cute, one-inch garden of bumps, an angry reminder from the universe that I did not, in fact, escape the burdens of teenage acne like I thought I had, and that there isn’t enough concealer or shadowed corners in the world to hide the crime that’s happening on my face. There is, however, endless amounts of Googling.

And throughout my search for the cure, I kept seeing posts and stories and discussions about the miracles of Accutane, but not just regular ol’ Accutane—low-dose Accutane. And yes, I realize that’s like saying, “but not just any puma—a baby puma!” Because, like, it’s still a goddamn face-eating puma, and Accutane has been linked with suicidal thoughts, depression, inflammatory bowel disease, and a host of other side effects.

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BUT, we also know that despite the negative press, Accutane really, truly works, creating miraculous before-and-afters and quite literally changing people’s lives. And if a lower dose of any drug usually reduces side effects, then that means there might be a way to reap the benefits of Accutane, the only known “cure” for acne, without any of the major scary pitfalls. And that, guys, is a big freaking deal.

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