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kylej2587

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  1. Whenever I would get a pimple, I would apply spot treatment which worked, but in turn would leave a dry red mark that would stay for months, until I mixed and matched some products and came up with something that lessened the redness just after the first night. Here's how it goes. This first step I simply used because I had the medication leftover from dry skin, but it is not vital to the process. If you have it or have access to getting it, then throw it in there. You start by applying Ver
  2. I wish it was that easy. It's tough without insurance and having limited funds I have some ziana lying around I might try. It's used for acne but also prescribed by derms for flat warts. Hmmm might be a risk free trial. Ne one familiar with this product?
  3. thanks for the advice, but i just dont see moisturizers fixing the problems. It is known that alot of people get flat warts due to tetracycline also, which I have been on in the past. I have some wartrx, but a little hesitant on putting it on my face incase of it making the problem worse. I guess i just need to try it out. anybody got any other ideas or suggestions?
  4. thanks for the advice, but i just dont see moisturizers fixing the problems. It is known that alot of people get flat warts due to tetracycline also, which I have been on in the past. I have some wartrx, but a little hesitant on putting it on my face incase of it making the problem worse. I guess i just need to try it out. anybody got any other ideas or suggestions?
  5. anyone on the wart theory? if so, know of any over the counter medications?
  6. i've been looking around and it looks very similar to some cases of flat warts which appear skin colored mostly on the face. hmmmmm... a little afraid to put that type of acid on my face though, but i don't know what else to do.
  7. now do you believe it is irritation bumps even though they are consistently the same in size, quantity and location and have been this way for over a year?
  8. well thats the only spot i actually do moisturize all day and at night before bed. I use a product called miracell bought at a health food store and its all natural. Moisturizing lotions tend to make my skin oily and break out. I also get alot of blackheads on my forehead only in the area with the bumps, i'm wondering if the bumps are causing them. And the hat isnt causing them becuase i've only started to wear one to cover them. i'm just so lost and confused on what to do and it is so embarass
  9. I've had these bumps on my forehead for over a year now and they are increasingly noticeable. They have always maintained their quanitity and pattern that they are located though. There is nothing to pop inside them and if you try to squeeze them, the skin will just tear, scab and reappear as it was before. The area also tends to get very dry and the bumps will get very flaky and rough even though I do not treat the area any differently than the rest of my face. I have very, very mild acne on th
  10. I've had these bumps on my forehead for over a year now and they are increasingly noticeable. They have always maintained their quanitity and pattern that they are located though. There is nothing to pop inside them and if you try to squeeze them, the skin will just tear, scab and reappear as it was before. The area also tends to get very dry and the bumps will get very flaky and rough even though I do not treat the area any differently than the rest of my face. I have very, very mild acne o
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