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Follicular macular atrophy

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Follicular macular atrophy is more likely to occur on the chest or back of a person with acne. These are small, white, soft lesions, often barely raised above the surface of the skin—somewhat like whiteheads that didn’t fully develop. This condition is sometimes also called "perifollicular elastolysis." The lesions may persist for months to years.

Ok..I had very bad bacne and chest acne and its mostly cleared up. Now I have Follicular macular atroph. They stand out ALOT. ANyone know of some natural way to slowly make them go away?

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Ok its been a month and none of them have gone away. If anything, they stand out even more now...any1 got any tips?

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