In many ways, [Accutane] balanced out my oil production where I still have healthy oil in my complexion so the wrinkles are kept at bay, but I have zero break outs from excess oil.
My skin was very oily when I was young, and I did have some teenage acne. But all I did was wash my face more often throughout the day, and scrubbed it dry roughly with fresh terry towels, or harsh paper towels in restrooms. And when I wasn't near a sink I dry-wiped my face with facial tissues I kept in my pocket. My scalp was oily, too, and I had to wash my hair daily or it would go all greasy within 24 hours (still does), like I was using Brylcreem in it or something.
The upside, as in your case, was the natural oils seem to have suppressed the tiny age wrinkles. At 64 my face is remarkably free of them, except for where I'm getting jowly due to weight gain, despite a lot of sun exposure that should have given me the leather look. Whereas my neck, where the skin didn't have an oily condition, is getting quite wrinkled and showing my age, which seems to further confirm the benefit of natural skin oil.
For that reason I wouldn't advise younger guys here to take too much oil out of their facial skin. And to be wary of sun exposure, which some doctors used to recommend as another treatment for acne.