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Vilantae can be considered a natural alternative to Roaccutane.

Vilantae and Roaccutane (isotretinion) go after acne in basically the same way. They try to prevent the over production of oil at the source of the problem.

There are a few key differences between the two however.

Roaccutane side effects are listed below against the side effects of Vilantae, an all natural alternative.


Side effects of Roaccutane (isotretinion)

Side effects of Vilantae
(d-Calcium Pantothenate)
Common side effects are:
  • dry and crackly skin
  • itching
  • dry nose
  • joint pains
  • nosebleed
  • cracked lips
  • pinkeye
  • skin that sunburns easily
You must not get pregnant while taking Roaccutane. It causes severe birth defects.

Less common side effects are:
  • vision problems
  • thinning hair
  • upset stomach
  • decreased night vision
  • chest pain
  • headache
  • nausea
  • rash
  • depression
  • decreased tolerance to contact lenses
  • urinary discomfort
  • liver damage
  • depression
Other things to consider.
  • Not available without a prescription.
  • Is very expensive.
  • Doctors are very frugal about giving it away. They consider it a "last resort" to stopping acne.
  • Requires frequent blood tests.
  • Doctors generally only prescribe it for six months, afterwards your acne may very well return.
Common side effects are:
  • A loosening of the stool (generally goes away after the first month or two).
  • Possible stomach irritation.
  • Possible headaches during the initial detoxification (the 1st week or so of starting). It is a rare effect. It is more common among women.
  • Out of precaution, you should not take Vilantae if you are pregnant or breast feeding.

Other things to consider.
  • 100% all natural and available without a prescription.
  • Is much less expensive.
  • A safe alternative to Roaccutane
  • Highly effective.
  • Does not dry out the skin. Helps restore a person's natural glow.
  • Aside from all the advantages of Vilantae over Roaccutane, Roaccutane is more effective at stopping the very worst acne. Consider Vilantae as the more graceful of the two, while Roaccutane is the one with more brute strength.

  • If you have severe acne you should talk to your dermatologist about whether Roaccutane (isotretinion) or Vilantae (d-Calcium Pantothenate) might be right for you. Vilantae can often be a good alternative to try before taking the final step to Roaccutane.

An interesting note.
If you type in "Roaccutane" with the word "effect" in Yahoo, you'll get about five different paid advertisements from law firms expressing their ability to sue over the damaging effects of Roaccutane. We tend to think Roaccutane is made out to be worse than it really is. But, because of all the legal liabilities, doctors are very stringent about giving it out. Sometimes they do in their own best interest and not necessarily yours.

Please Note....

This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read at
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