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    Your problem is most likely caused by fungus - either malasezzia or candida fungus - causing fungal acne. The problem can be treated simply and safely by applying topical anti-fungal cream, keeping the affected area very dry (do NOT apply moisturisers or organic oils as these encourage fungal acne) and using antidandruff shampoo. You can but some clotrimazole antifungal cream (no prescription required) now and start applying that to the affected areas. Clotrimazole antifungal cream is total
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    The darkness is just the oils in your skin oxidising. BP is an oxidising agent. I would not worry about it. Is the BP fixing your acne problems ?
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    You most likely have fungal acne caused by sweating - fungus loves moisture. Keep your skin as dry as possible, apply antifungal cream (start with clotrimazole cream - ie, Canesten or similar - available without a prescription, mixed with terbenafine cream - ie, Lamisil or similar, if you can get terbenafine cream without a prescription), use an antidandruff shampoo (because antidandruff shampoos are antifungal) and dust your skin in antifungal powder at night. Do NOT use any moisturisers or org
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