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  1. I wash my face day and night with Cerave foaming cleanser and moisturize with Aveeno lotion. My forehead is covered in SO many tiny bumps, some that do not have any puss and some that are hard and if i pick at it, a tiny hard grain will come out. My skin is extremely oily and i look like im covered in grease in photos with flash. My cheeks also have bumps and the pores are visible. Before my breakout, i didn’t have enlarged pores. The breakout started last december out of nowhere and nothing has
  2. Hi all, can i reduce the appearance of my pores? I have very very big open pores on my nose and cheeks and also some acne scars (ice picks, box cars, rolling) and this enlarged pores makes everything looks worse, i am only 22 years old female and my skin looks like i am 40s (( it depressed me so much, especially when your surrounding have a very great skin, even your 10 years older sister!! Is radiofrquency can help in reducing pores (such as ematrix, pixel rf, or infini lucrotic)? Help me pleaa
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  4. Okay so every since I turned 21 last year, I've been breaking out in disgusting little clogged pores. I always wash off my makeup at night and shower after I workout. But no matter what, these nasty acne things won't go away! I used to have such clear skin and now it's going insane and nothing seems to help it. I inserted 3 pics of my horrific face. Anyone have tips??
  5. Hello! I am new to these boards. My skin has always been hard to treat as I don't suffer from typical acne - it's more of an overall issue. My problem is I do not know how to categorise my skin, so I am finding it hard to treat. If anyone can offer some help on to what they think may be the best treatments, then I would be extremely grateful if you could let me know. Thanks in advance!
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