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Hi Marike thank you for the question and my sincerest apologies for the long delay with my response. Unfortunately Health24 developed a new system for logging in and they only managed to sort out the technical issues this week allowing me to log in and answer everyone.
It may be that the dose is too low especially if you have seen improvement in the past. Your best option would be to see your doctor who prescribed the Oratane and see if you can increase the dose. Occasionally Oratane can take up to 8 weeks to start improving the skin.
You may also want to look at a topical skin regime that is aimed specifically at improving acne and oily skin. We have had great feedback with the Lamelle Clarity range: https://skinmiles.com/shop/brand/lamelle/clarity-corrective/.
I hope the above has helped
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