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What kind of zit is this

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Now I had a bad case of cystic acne, but I'm completely clear of it. But now I'm noticing these small bumbs that aren't discolored or anything and aren't active looking. These spots I notice though don't go away like regular acne using any kind of product and after about a couple of weeks it will turn into an active zit. Please Help! cry.gif

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I think those are just small whiteheads. I get those sometimes... they'll just sit on my face for a few weeks and then they'll turn red and become inflamed like a regular zit. Pretty gross, but I don't know what you can do about it. They just have to run their course, I guess. Maybe someone else has better advice. I always leave them alone as much as I can, because sometimes they'll just go away on their own if they don't get all red and gross.

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I can guarentee you these are from using Bp. You probably never got them before using Bp i bet. You can't do anything to them, and they take forever to go away. Yea, i learned the hard way too...

I use SA now anyway, not too much Bp at all. Too harsh.

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i have the same problem, flesh coloured bumps on my face that gradually over the weeks become inflamed and painful. Here was mine on my upper lip

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It was just so irritating, i steamed my face for a bit then attemtped to squeeze it, some blood and puss came out, however the bump remains!

I'll probably have a permanent dark bump there now cry.gif

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isn't differin a tretinoin derivitive? like retin a? because if so, it should take care of bumps like that. i think it's one of the only things that can take care of non-inflamed, clogged pores. i've been on retin-a-micro and i only have a few clogged pores left (i used to have a ton). just stick with the differin.

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