What is Accutane?
Accutane is a retinoid treatment for patients with acne. It works by interfering with the activity of specific glands located in the skin and responsible for the production of sebum. Because of those effects, less sebum is produced and the skin can renew faster, which leads to disappearance of acne. If you are interested in purchasing best quality Accutane from UK, our pharmacy is the best place to do it. We offer highest quality Accutane in UK available round the clock and delivered to any town in the United Kingdom, as well as internationally. You can buy Accutane day and night, being sure we are taking very good care of you as our customer while offering excellent customer support service should you have any questions about Accutane 20 mg purchased.
Before buying best Accutane in UK at our reliable online pharmacy, you need to be sure you can be taking it at all. Accutane is intended for most severe cases of nodular acne that did not improve following at least one course of treatment with an antibiotic or a specially designed topical remedy. You are also not supposed to buy Accutane and use it for treating your acne if you are pregnant, because this drug can cause very serious health problems in an unborn child.
No matter which dose of Accutane from UK you purchase at our pharmacy, it will be available as capsules that are not to be broken or opened. You should follow the directions of your health care professional to make sure you take the capsules correctly.
Dosage and directions
You can buy Accutane at the dose of 5 mg, 10 mg or 20 mg. Although you may be started on the lowest dose of all, the most common one is Accutane 20 mg taken twice a day for up to 20 weeks. Twelve to sixteen weeks are usually enough for the patient to fully benefit from the treatment, as long as the drug is taken at the same time with a full glass of water, with no doses being missed or skipped.
If you experience mild side effects of Accutane like back pain, drowsiness, dryness of skin or lips, rash, nervousness, dizziness, joint pain, peeling skin or itching, you can carry on with the treatment and watch those symptoms to make sure they go away on their own. However, if you have more serious although unlikely side effects, such as bone pain, red skin rash, fast heart rate, flu symptoms, nausea and vomiting, clay-colored stools, joint stiffness, seizure, loss of appetite, tarry stools, dark urine or severe diarrhea, you need to contact a medical professional about them.