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More acne breakout after various cosmetic techniques. Should I first treat acne?

i am using isotretinion for three months, i had microdermabrasion in the second month, and in the 3rd month i had derma rollar,,,but my skin is getting worse day by day,,,,their are more acne breakouts on my neck ,,,these are cystic acne ,,,,,my acne course is of six months,,,,my two sessions of derma rollar has left,,,,so my question is should i control my acne first and complete the medication of sixth months,,,,and then i should go for further procedures like derma rollar etccc ???????? my name is rania ali.....age 25.....height 5-1........weight 55 kg
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hello Raina.

Yes, it is best to control acne first and then go for other procedures. Also isotretinoin delays healing of skin, so it is best advised to treat acne foremost.
Hope this helps
Dr. R.P. Gupta
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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