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  1. I suffered from acne all through high school, I am now a sophomore in college and have occasional pimples here and there and some redness, but nothing compared to what I use to suffer from. I am currently been on tretinoin generic brand of retin-A for going on 6mo. Although I now don't have acne I have these skin raised bumps that looks close to closed comedones but I can't really say for sure if that's it, milia, or something esle. From certain views you can't really see it, but in sunlight,
  2. Hi all, I am writing this post in hopes that someone can figure out what is going on with my face. For years, I have used Neutrogena because it has helped my skin. Back in June, small bumps began to appear on my forehead and I thought it was just bad acne. I drank tons of water and used my Neutrogena but the bumps were not going away! They were not itchy and looked terrible in the light. I did research and thought that it was pityrosporum folliculitis. Doing more research, I saw that Nizoral
  3. Hey there! Over the past year or so I've been noticing an issue with little skin colored bumps on my chin. It varies in severity, and seem to come and go on their own but lately it's become much worse and I cannot seem to get rid of them! I've used SA, exfoliators, masks, cleansers etc etc all to no avail. They don't really pop, but if I can weaken the skin enough, some white will come out of it, dry and stringy. Please help!
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