Check with your doctor, but I would not advise doing this. Playing with your own endocrine system can be very risky. In addition, there are tons of other ways to deal with acne.
When oral contraceptives are selected correctly, they normalize hormonal levels. And if you have acne due to hormones, your skin will really become clearer.
But an inappropriate drug can cause negative side effects: chest pain, nausea, diarrhea, vaginal dryness, spotting between periods, decreased libido and ... Acne.
The fact is that OK is a drug, and they do not tolerate self-medication. Only a gynecologist can assess whether you should drink them and, if so, which ones. To do this, he needs to collect information about your body: about thromboembolic diseases, diabetes and other diseases in your family. In addition, you will have to undergo several examinations: