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Amberama

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  1. All- I'll keep this short and sweet. Basically I just want to know, for those of you who have experience with/have seen it before, if you think this looks like pityrosporum folliculitis. Unfortunately I don't have insurance right now so I can't get it formally diagnosed by a doc. ;-/ If so, please help me out with your best treatments... I've heard Nizoral and H&S work well, but I'm worried that these might be too harsh for me skin. Anything gentler/quicker out there that you've t
  2. Kitty- Thanks for the response! You're definitely not the first person to say that it looks like an allergic reaction, but I don't think that's it as this has been an ongoing problem and persists despite at times eliminating any possible allergens. After doing some research on the boards, I actually have a sneaking suspicion that it may be Pityrosporum Folliculitis, which is a fungus that produces small and sometime itchy bumps. I don't have insurance at the moment so going to the de
  3. Hi all! This is my first time posting any of my acne concerns to the wide world of the internet, but after losing hope in dermatologists and estheticians, I'm hoping to garner some practical advice from people that actually are going through what I'm going through. I'm 26 years old, and my first bout with acne was a mild case when I was 14 years old. After about a year of using a retinol creme, it disappeared and I had pretty flawless skin for the next 7-8 years or so. Occasionally, I wou
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