BIOSKINCARE™ is a natural skin care cream that can be used while taking the drug isotretinoin (Accutane®, RoAccutane®, Amnesteem®, Claravis®, Sotret® and other brand names), to relieve the SIDE EFFECTS of those medications. And, you don’t have to wait to get rid of acne or to stop using the prescribed isotretinoin medicine to start treating acne scars.
BIOSKINCARE relieves the side effects of acne drugs, such as lip inflammation, scaling and drying of the skin and mucous membranes. BIOSKINCARE also relieves skin peeling on eyelids and dry nasal passages and stregthenes the skin that gets to become too thinned by the action of those drugs
BIOSKINCARE™ CREAM prevents and heals scars while you are on isotretinoin drugs or on Minocycline (a tetracycline antibiotic) or other antibiotics.
This natural skin care product stimulates and regulates the replacement of damaged skin and the orderly production of collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), the molecules that improve skin resilience and elasticity and prevent skin damage. It utilizes biological activators of your bodies own regenerative processes to eliminate marks & blemishes.
If you apply BIOSKINCARE twice a day every day for some time (that depends on how old and deep the blemishes are) the cream “digests” damaged cells, gently dissolves skin lesions, reduces and even eliminates all signs of blemishes. It also destroys pathogens and creates an environment that triggers the regeneration of normal collagen, improves elasticity, increases density and moisture retention capacity and skin firmness.
Treatment of Nodular Cystic Acne with Accutane
Accutane (now sold under the generic name isotretinoin and other brand names) is a medication used to treat severe nodulo-cystic acne that has failed to improve with other treatments, including oral antibiotics. It is a powerful medicine with potentially serious side effects.
Accutane could result in serious complications if you have one of the following medical conditions:
- High blood lipids
- Liver disease
- Alcohol abuse problem
- Breast-feeding or pregnancy
- Inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis & Crohn’s disease)
- Unusual or allergic reaction to isotretinoin, retinoids, parabens, dyes, or preservatives.
Accutane has been associated with a condition called “pseudotumor cerebri” (increased pressure in the brain) – a serious complication. In addition, it could cause interactions with certain medicines, vitamins, alcohol, or illegal drugs. There are many other side effects associated with the use of Accutane; you need to discuss this with your doctor if you are considering this medication.
Severe birth defects have occurred in babies of women who took Accutane during pregnancy. Consequently, if you are a woman taking Accutane, you must use two forms of reliable birth control simultaneously even if you think you cannot become pregnant, unless you abstain from sexual intercourse or have had a hysterectomy. Since pregnancy while on Accutane is a serious concern, you must wait until the second or third day of your next normal menstrual period before starting Accutane.
Because of the many potentially serious complications associated with Accutane’s use, your physician will need to follow your progress very closely if you are started on Accutane. This involves monthly (or more frequent) checks, including physical exam, blood and/or urine tests, and monthly pregnancy tests for women.
Before considering Accutane you need to look at several factors:
The physician should decide independently (after a thorough medical history and physical exam) if you are an appropriate candidate for Accutane. Sometimes, the physician may conclude that you are not an appropriate candidate for Accutane.
Women should anticipate starting Accutane on the second or third day of their menstrual cycle, and plan their appointments accordingly.
Accutane is expensive.
Treatment lasts four to five months.
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