I did not suffer from acne at high school. I do not suffer from it on steroids.. however i find that it does worsen when my levels are not stable.
Daily injections of any ester gives no acne, but if i injcet in any frequency less than daily, the spots increase. So acne/spots are in INDIRECT proportion to the shots.. so the less shots i do, the more spots i get.
If i am on a cycle i find that acne is less the longer i am on, this is because if my levels are climbing or dropping, then it returns.
It is NOT dose dependant for me, it is purely due to the levels and if they are stable.
I recommend frontloading every cycle. If you switch to a short ester for the end of a cycle to cease levels more suddenly, this will only help in reducing the amount of time it takes for levels to drop, so the amount of time acne will be present - the spots will come as levels drop regardless, if you are predisposed to the affliction.
This si what happens to me - but not all. If you get spots rather than acne, then keep clean, tanned and use spot lotion bi-daily and this will help.
If you get real acne (god forbid) then you may want to look into a prescribed topical lotion.