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Have acne prone skin, oily skin, itching, redness on cheek. Should I go for dermaroller?

hello dr. i have been suffering from acne prone skin since i was 15 , i am 28 now and my dermatologist has done peels (glycolic and salicylic) , my acne go away but they reutn back , i had very oily skin earlier but now a days its getting dry.. or more of combination , and recently i have itching and redness and breakouts on my cheek, i am on isotane 20 mg since a a month. i dont want to spend too much on peels now as they need maintainance . should i go for dermaroller or tell me some permanant cure and also how to curb itching
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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hi dear, your skin is oily in fact. the dryness u r getting now is due to isotane. i wont suggest u dermaroller now, as when isotane is on we dont do any procedures. it may cause hyperpigmentation. finish the course of isotane , wait for a month and then go for dermaroller. for now u must use some sunscreen. for ur oily skin suncote sunscreen ll be best. thank u
Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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