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On isotrion with Nadibact cream, still going through initial breakout, skin darkened. How long does this IB usually take?

Hi i m on isotrion - 10 mg with Nadibact cream. My doc advised to take it for 40days. I m on my 22nd day. but i m still going through initial breakout. How long does this IB usually take? Also my skin is darkened a lot. Is this normal? Also what face wash and moisturizers can be used while on this treatment. Please let me know.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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hello welcome to healthcare magic forum
usually it take 4-6 wk to have control over new break up
darkening may be due to sunexposure and dryness .
avoid sunexposre ,direct wind .
use cetaphil moisturizer and cleansing lotion
acne therapy last for 3 month average .
so dont worry ,take regular treatment and consult your dermatologist when needed
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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