What is Roaccutane?
Roaccutane is a treatment for severe acne that your doctor can prescribe if other measures haven't helped.
What is Roaccutane used for?
Roaccutane helps in treating severe acne.
How does Roaccutane work?
Roaccutane belongs to a group of medicines known as retinoids, which are derivatives of vitamin A. When Roaccutane is taken orally it works by reducing the production of the skin's natural oil (sebum).
How long does Roaccutane take to work?
Acne may get worse when you first start taking Roaccutane, but usually starts to improve within 7 to 10 days of treatment.
Dosage: How to take Roaccutane and how often?
Roaccutane capsules are usually taken once or twice a day. Swallow the capsules should be whole with a drink, either with food or just after eating.