Acne spots are one of the popular health issues for people of every age. There are a lot of medications for acne treatment, however, for the time being, Isotretinoin capsules are the most effective way of treating acne problems. Isotretinoin capsules are produced by Roche company and marketed as Roaccutane in Europe and some countries, Accutane in the USA.
How does Roaccutane works?
Roaccutane is mostly used for acne with a lot of pus-filled spots that effect back, chest, and face. These capsules help severe acne by reducing the amount of natural oil produced by your skin so blocked pores are less likely. Roaccutane also kills the bacteria that cause severe acne and it helps to relieve red spots and soreness. Roaccutane can have serious side effects, however, it has to be supervised by a doctor.
How long does Roaccutane take to work?
Your acne spots may get worse when you started, but it will be better after 7 to 10 days.
How long should I take Roaccutane?
A standard treatment lasts 16 to 24 weeks (around 4 to 6 months). It may take last extra 3 months if needed.
Is there a difference between Roaccutane and Accutane?
No, they are same medication branded different for different markets.