Low-Dose Isotretinoin

Isotretinoin is the best treatment available for clearing acne. You will have the highest likelihood of achieving 100% acne clearance by using it.


The key is using a low dose, to avoid any significant side effects.


Isotretinoin is a naturally occurring Vitamin A retinoid. If you’re looking for a more natural approach to clearing your acne, this is it.

What Dose Clears Acne

5 mg of Isotretinoin Daily

5 mg of Isotretinoin per day or 10 mg every other day will clear your acne. There is no need to take such a high dose of Isotretinoin, as the side effects are quite severe.


When you achieve 100% clearance, you can lower the dosage even further, down to 10 mg, 2 to 3 times per week.


10 mg capsules are the most common low-dose capsule available. If you can obtain 5 mg capsules, you may prefer this dosage amount instead.

The Regimen (800 x 1200 px) (3)

Dr. Marius Rademaker

Dr. Marius Rademaker is a Dermatologist from Auckland, New Zealand that has studied the benefits of low-dose isotretinoin for the treatment of acne.


He wrote the following publications: Isotretinoin – Dose, Duration and Relapse and Isotretinoin 5 mg daily for low-grade adult acne vulgaris.


Below is a presentation he gave on the topic. This presentation opened my eyes to the possibility of finally clearing my acne. I highly recommend anyone struggling with acne to watch it. 

Connect with a certified Dermatologist online from the comfort of your home!

Don’t wait months to see a dermatologist in person.


Connect with a Dermatologist online from the comfort of your home.


No referral from a family doctor is necessary.


Available in Canada and the UK

Clear Skin Awaits!

Here is your opportunity to start on the path to an acne free life. Not tomorrow, not next month, but this very moment. Isn’t it time you tried something that actually works?


Now that your equipped with the knowledge of using the low-dose regimen to clear your acne, you can request a prescription from a certified dermatologist from the comfort of your home.


For Canadians, please click the Canadian link to be connected with a Dermatologist in Canada.


For Residents of the UK, please click the UK Link to be connected to a Dermatologist in the United Kingdom.


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