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How to reduce sebaceous gland excessive oil production ?

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Question How to reduce sebaceous gland excessive oil production ?



Can anyone tell me please how to get rid of overactive sebaceous glands. My face is extremely oily and trigger acne. I'm 21 and it's very hard to cope with it at this age. I got depression because of it and it's becoming severe, I have no doubt. I used Sotret , (Acutane), treated my acne completely, but only on the treatment period, and had side effects. I don't really trust dermatologists. So what should I use to control acne because I know it can't be treated once for all.
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