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I'm 17 years old girl with combination skin.

I'm having bad problems with my chin for the past years.

I have a lot of zits, whiteheads, blackheads, underskin acne(cysts?), and dark scars very often.

They're on the middle part of my chin, and some right below the lip.

Since I am Asian, the scars look very dark.

I think the blackheads on my chin are turning into underskin acne(?) overtime.

I don't touch my face with my hands because I'm scared that another skin problem will arise.

Before my period, it seems to get worse.

I use Spectro Jel Cleanser and a moisturizer in the morning and at night.

For the chin acne, I use Clean & Clear Advantage Acne Treatment twice a day.

Or sometimes, I use Fruit of the Earth Aloe Jel.

Btw, I don't use a scrub/exfoliator.

This chin acne started when I was about 11.

Back then, just one whitehead or so that would appear on my chin infrequently.

Now it's getting worse; they're mostly cysts now.

It's not itchy but it's pinkish red, especially when I open my mouth wide.

Is there anything I can do about this ?

Please give me advice :)

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First of all, your acne is extremely mild, if you can even call it acne! I am not trying to be rude, take it as a compliment. My skin is similar but a little worse. I used to use aloe vera but I feel it did not do much for my skin. You may just have to deal with the chin acne because it is most likely hormonal since you are 17. Don't sweat it, your skin is nearly flawless.

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Really? But as time goes by, it's getting worse...

I have so many underskin pimples, and they hurt a lot.

I think it's gonna get worse in the long run..

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You got a little fuzz going on there , you sure your a girl?

Um.. grow up?

It's a close up picture.

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