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Isotretinoin treatment and Aloe Vera

Isotretinoin is a harsh treatment but luckily you can soothe you skin with Aloe Vera. But are there better treatments? Yes, we think so!

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Question: “Isotretinoin treatment and Aloe Vera”

Hi Mirabella

Thank you very much for your very sweet words – nice to hear that you can use my guides and the advice I give. But I am incredibly sad to hear about your skin – and that we should get to know each other about something so incredibly frustrating as acne and pimples :-(

I really understand that you fear going through another treatment with Isotretinoin – it’s definitely not a fun treatment. It’s really harsh and violent … and I have to admit that I don’t think that I have heard about someone who have been through four Isotretinoin treatments before …. it sounds a bit crazy! And I’m almost on the verge of thinking it’s a little risky, considering all the many side effects associated with Isotretinoin. The risk of side effects increases with the number of treatments …

But of course, your doctor hopefully knows what he/she is doing and will definitely take care good care of you – but I really think it sounds bad that you will possibly have a fourth Isotretinoin treatment :-S

I really understand why you skin needs Aloe Vera! … It is also a super ingredient to soothe the skin. I also use Aloe Vera in all my creams, but I combine Aloe Vera with a lot of other super good soothing and skin repairing ingredients – so I do not only add one ingredient but make sure that my products include a great combination of many different super ingredients :-D

In relation to makeup, I would recommend you to look at the brands Nilens Jord, Jane Iredale or Young Blood – all three fine makeup brands :-)

Hmm … And now I don’t want to spoil your good mood and start selling you different products … hehe … but in regards to your scars then I will first and foremost recommend you the ingredients you should focus on, which is salicylic acid, vitamin a, vitamin e, niacinamide and vitamin B3 …

– Read more about Danish Skin Care’s attitude towards ingredients here.

You should really get started with the ingredients – and not just one of them, but them all – they will both help to focus on removing your scars, but will also help to repair your skin. Exactly like the ingredients will help fight your acne :-)

My skincare series Danish Skin Care contains the ingredients I have listed above – plus many many many more – so I would highly recommend you to try to look into my skincare products. I’m sure that you will be pleasantly surprised of the effect of combining a amazing amount of ingredients, rather than just focusing on a few! – and my products and many great ingredients is what worked for me, and today I don’t have the same problems with acne, pimples and blemished skin. And the scars are long gone! :-D

– You can read more about a complete skin care kit for your skin type here.

Otherwise, I really wish you all the best of luck with your skin. If you choose to start with the fourth Isotretinoin treatment, I really want to wish you the best of luck and send you lots of positive energy! I really hope that the treatment isn’t so hard for you and you skin this time! :-)

– Read more about Isotretinoin, drugs and medications for acne, pimples and blemished skin here.

Answer to: “Isotretinoin treatment and Aloe Vera”

Hi Mirabella

Thank you very much for your very sweet words – nice to hear that you can use my guides and the advice I give. But I am incredibly sad to hear about your skin – and that we should get to know each other about something so incredibly frustrating as acne and pimples :-(

I really understand that you fear going through another treatment with Isotretinoin – it’s definitely not a fun treatment. It’s really harsh and violent … and I have to admit that I don’t think that I have heard about someone who have been through four Isotretinoin treatments before …. it sounds a bit crazy! And I’m almost on the verge of thinking it’s a little risky, considering all the many side effects associated with Isotretinoin. The risk of side effects increases with the number of treatments …

But of course, your doctor hopefully knows what he/she is doing and will definitely take care good care of you – but I really think it sounds bad that you will possibly have a fourth Isotretinoin treatment :-S

I really understand why you skin needs Aloe Vera! … It is also a super ingredient to soothe the skin. I also use Aloe Vera in all my creams, but I combine Aloe Vera with a lot of other super good soothing and skin repairing ingredients – so I do not only add one ingredient but make sure that my products include a great combination of many different super ingredients :-D

In relation to makeup, I would recommend you to look at the brands Nilens Jord, Jane Iredale or Young Blood – all three fine makeup brands :-)

Hmm … And now I don’t want to spoil your good mood and start selling you different products … hehe … but in regards to your scars then I will first and foremost recommend you the ingredients you should focus on, which is salicylic acid, vitamin a, vitamin e, niacinamide and vitamin B3 …

– Read more about Danish Skin Care’s attitude towards ingredients here.

You should really get started with the ingredients – and not just one of them, but them all – they will both help to focus on removing your scars, but will also help to repair your skin. Exactly like the ingredients will help fight your acne :-)

My skincare series Danish Skin Care contains the ingredients I have listed above – plus many many many more – so I would highly recommend you to try to look into my skincare products. I’m sure that you will be pleasantly surprised of the effect of combining a amazing amount of ingredients, rather than just focusing on a few! – and my products and many great ingredients is what worked for me, and today I don’t have the same problems with acne, pimples and blemished skin. And the scars are long gone! :-D

– You can read more about a complete skin care kit for your skin type here.

Otherwise, I really wish you all the best of luck with your skin. If you choose to start with the fourth Isotretinoin treatment, I really want to wish you the best of luck and send you lots of positive energy! I really hope that the treatment isn’t so hard for you and you skin this time! :-)

– Read more about Isotretinoin, drugs and medications for acne, pimples and blemished skin here.