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... Mikeyd I almost entirely agree about what you said regarding Accutane which is why I have not chosen that method. ... (19 replies)
... 250,000 IU of vitamin A (not provitamin A/beta carotene) with 1000mg of milk thistle per day was good enough for me. (39 replies)
... cystic and extremely painful breakouts that would bleed with the slightest touch, and general confidence issues in a social setting as a consequence. Well, it's been about four months since then, and my breakouts are few and far between. ... (39 replies)

... Hey, i havent posted on here for alittle while! How's the vitamin A going? ... (39 replies)
... Hi. I'll give you all the vitamins and the amounts that I've been taking. But remember that I'm no doctor and I'm doing this at my own risk (which haven't been any side effects that I can tell as of yet) daughters are 19 and 20 and their breakouts are not bad at all so they haven't tried this combo. BUT, if I was to have them do it - I would cut the dosage down from... (39 replies)
... which is exactly what I read on the regular Accutane blogs. ... (39 replies)
... I usually take it all in one gulp during or after a meal with 480 mg of milk thistle. ... (39 replies)
... D has 5,000. The straight Vitamin A has 8000IU. The Cod Liver Oil pills have 1250 each. ... (39 replies)
... and dryer skin. It has taken all this time to achieve some success and I'm going to 230 Days so I have a ways to go. ... (39 replies)
... I, too, have just started trying high dose of vitamin a as a substitute for accutane results. ... (39 replies)
... That depends on the doseage. A few hundered IU on average. If you're considering megadosing Vitamin A to get similar results of Accutane, don't do it... Accutane is a derivative of Vitamin A which is safer to take in high doses compared to, say, the Vitamin A supplements you can buy at the store. ... (1 replies)
... as far as i know taking large doses of vitamin A would do the exact same thing as accutane. ... (7 replies)
... The vitamin A contained in Accutane is between 150,000 IU to 350,000 IU per day depending on which dose the dermatologist RXs, At that dose side effects would appear in 1 to 2 months. ... (19 replies)
... ny chance of clear your acne, you need to take at least 50,000 IU. I drink copious amounts of Green Tea and have done so for over 2 years now but have never seen a positive effect on my acne. I would however say it is extremely beneficial for your overall health and much much better than normal tea or coffee of course. ... (9 replies)
... Trigg I'm sorry about your breakout, I hope it has actually subsided now. You say your face looks a lot more red than usual, do you mean your overall complexion is redder i.e. the tone or it just has some areas which are inflamed i.e. ... (24 replies)
... Those are B1, B2, Selenium, and some others, however I know that Zinc contributes to Vitamin A being converted into 13 cis retinoic acid. So if you add nothing else, take Zinc. ... (24 replies)
... that it wouldn't be a good idea to take anything with Vitamin A. Did you notice any kind of breaking out in the first week or so Neca? ... (24 replies)
... Ok well I'm gonna definitely give this a go. ... (19 replies)
... Ok well all this has really got me researching into using Vitamin A supplements as a possible treatment for acne. ... (19 replies)
... would produce very similar results to accutane. I get my information from, a reliable dermatology website. I am currently trying this with good results so far. Has anyone else tried this? ... (54 replies)

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