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  1. Ah, I think these are closed comedones..A google search for these nets photos with acne/bumps quite similar to mine.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I've been applying salicylic acid gel for a week now. My skin looks 'smoother' now, but the whiteheads haven't budged. I'll be sticking to the regimen for a month or two and then see what the results are.
  3. I've had these for a decade now. I'm extremely hairy and have had multiple forms of hair removal on my cheeks and forehead. Are these just clogged pores? I've had some success with long time oral intake of isotretinoin along with topical Adapalene but these are stubborn as hell to remove. I figure I'll be better able to tackle these knowing exactly what they are. So please help!
  4. Hi, I'm new to the forum and looking for advice I have several flesh colored bumps, which I believe are clogged pores, on my T-zone and cheeks. I recently started applying a 12% salicylic acid gel and have noticed that it is EXTREMELY OILY. It's unlike anything I've applied before and I've mostly applied everything including retinoids, adapalene and clindamycin. The gel itself contains oil as is evident while applying. It does burn a little, which is good I guess. But after 10 minutes my fac
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