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  1. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple the underside of my left forearm - more than an inch from my left elbow crease. This was a different pimple from the ones that I found on May 6, 2017, May 11, 2017, and May 22, 2017.
  2. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my right forearm - about 2 inches below my wrist. I also thought that I found an even smaller red spot about 1/4-inch away from it.
  3. This year, I've become increasingly frustrated with my acne since it has started appearing more frequently in strange places - like my forearms, hands, fingers, and stomach. While in the past I put my acne concerns on the back burner, recent events have made fighting this acne a much higher priority. It's at least somewhat socially acceptable to have acne on the face - or on the back and chest - but not other weird places. It's just scary and frustrating to think that I might not have any c
  4. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my left forearm - about an inch from my left elbow crease – and about 2.5-3 inches from a pimple on my forearm near my elbow crease that I found a few days earlier. That older pimple is barely visible in this picture. This was a different pimple from the ones that I found on May 6, 2017, and May 11, 2017.
  5. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my left forearm - about two inches below my wrist. This was a different pimple from the one that I found on May 6, 2017.
  6. For quite a while I have been trying to get rid of a large spot on my right arm. It doers not contain any puss and is not painful just an eyesore! I have been using a mixture of 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide and hydrocolloid spot patches which after a couple of months use have made no difference whatsoever. I do occasionally get small spots here and there but the Benzoyl Peroxide quickly gets rid of it but in this instance it hasn't helped. Any ideas what I can do to get rid of this spot?
  7. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my right forearm - about 2 inches below my wrist. I also thought that I found an even smaller red spot about 1/4-inch away from it.
  8. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my left forearm - about an inch from my left elbow crease – and about 2.5-3 inches from a pimple on my forearm near my elbow crease that I found a few days earlier. That older pimple is barely visible in this picture. This was a different pimple from the ones that I found on May 6, 2017, and May 11, 2017.
  9. About two weeks have gone by since I started Accutane, and I've noticed a few obvious reactions to it. I have the usual very chapped lips all the time, with mild dry skin. However, I recently, and quickly, developed lots and lots of bumps and scrape/cut like marks on my arms and almost up towards my shoulders. They are all over my arms and hands and, while not painful, are unattractive and bothersome. I called the dermatologist and am waiting to go see him. Anyone else with similar reactions?
  10. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple the underside of my left forearm - more than an inch from my left elbow crease. This was a different pimple from the ones that I found on May 6, 2017, May 11, 2017, and May 22, 2017.
  11. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my right forearm - about 2 inches below my wrist.
  12. From the album: Arm, Hand, and Finger Acne

    I found this pimple on the underside of my left forearm - about 1.5-2 inches below my wrist. The bottom-right mark was the pimple of interest. The upper-left mark was either a former pimple or a mole (I'm not sure which, but I think that it was a mole).
  13. Please excuse me for this post, but I am so frustrated with my body acne. I am such a freak that I get acne even in weird places like my forearms, hands, and stomach. And yes, I do think that it's actual acne for reasons that I will explain later in this post. MY RANT Having weird body acne is so frustrating because I'm such a freak. Virtually nobody else gets acne in such weird places. It's at least somewhat socially acceptable to have acne on the face, back, or chest. It's frustrating
  14. Hello! So I've had body acne for almost a year now, I'm about to start Accutane and thought I'll do a log to not only see my personal improvement but to also show you the process of this drug. I'm about to do my blood work tomorrow before I could get the drug. I'll be on Accutane for 6 months, not sure the dosage yet. I'm 5"10 5/8 tall and I weigh 160 lbs. I've been through many treatments but it hasn't really helped it. This is a list of what I've taken so far. LIST: - 2 courses of Ery
  15. What Medications Can Cause Acne?

    Regular Acne Is Different from Drug-induced Acne Regular Acne and Drug-induced Acne Require Different Treatments Medications That Can Definitely Cause Acne Medications That May Cause Acne Medications That Might Cause Acne The Bottom Line Based on the amount of research that links particular medications to acne, we can place potentially acne-causing medications into three categories. Medications that can definitely cause acne: We have a large amount of evidence linking these medications to acne Medications that may cause...
  16. My dermatologist is terrible and won't do anything or even tell me a diagnosis. He just acts all nonchalant like I am OCD and shouldn't worry about these things when as many of you know they can be very stressful energy draining to deal with. For 6-8 months I have had this pea sized red mark that is slightly raised on my upper arm and at the moment as you can see in the picture it looks like a crater, it is healing from the outside to the center. When completely healed it is just red rai
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