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  1. Hi my name is Arizona, i’m 17. I’ve had these very tiny (thousands it seems) of bumps on my forehead, around my nose, nose, chin, nose bridge, etc. I’ve tried everything. It looks so horrible, i don’t even take selfies anymore or any pictures close up to my face because it looks bad. it has really lowered my self esteem. I don’t have acne and i don’t get acne: it’s not acne, it’s just bumps. It’s not red white black or any specific color, they don’t hurt, i don’t pick at them, they’re just there
  2. So in the summer I was experimenting with skin care products (huge mistake) I've had fairly clear skin my whole life with the exception of a few breakouts (very minimal and they usually went away very fast).. Anyways I never used to use products on my face.. No cleansers no moisturizers nothing.. I would just wash it and that too probably once or twice a day.. My skin has always been normal and clear until i started using products.. It started with my derma prescribing me epiduo and tazorac for
  3. I steer away from dairy, havent worn makeup past week, changed my pillow sheets, yet my forehead erupted in a million tiny bumps? Flesh colored and really bad bumpy texture on forehead. Here’s some reference pics. And my skin routine is to simply wash with dove soap and moisturize with aveeno (cleared a really bad breakout for me). That’s all. Please help
  4. I've had this for 6 years. Never knew how to get rid of it. Still don't know exactly what it is. They don't turn into pimples they stay just like this. Only time they started to get better is with a spin brush but that didn't last long. It's gotten to the point that I don't wear ponytails, being afraid of the look. HELP ME!!
  5. Hi, I am wondering if anyone has any insight for me. So far the Internet hasn't really revealed any information and my friends/family are unsure too so I suppose after this my next step is to ask a doctor. Anywho, I keep getting tiny recurring pimples in the same area (not necessarily the same pore, just the same small area), near the corner of my nose/left upper lip area. They are small whiteheads, not painful at all but a bit red. They go away after a couple days but as soon as one heals there
  6. I have small colorless bumps on my forehead and I'm almost 100% sure that it's pityrosporum folliculitis. Can anyone confirm this? I have been on acne medicine for a long time, and I've read that that is a factor that can cause this condition. Please help! The picture is a bit hard to see, but it is visible when the brightness is up.
  7. Hello everyone, I have been suffering from acne since I was 9 years old. It was mild up until I was 15 years old and then it turned severe. Looking back at it now (19 years old now - OLD OLD OLD), it was probably due to the cheese I was consuming everyday + all the added stress from finishing my final exams in secondary school (Singapore's education system is no joke ). As of now, I have reduced my cheese intake as well as dairy products intake. Now that I have given you my background, lets
  8. i have oily, sensitive, acne-prone skin. Since getting hormonal acne at 11 years old until now, my skin has formed a bumpy texture which is especially prominent on the sides of my forehead, center of my chin, nose. it doesn't seem to be clogged pores because i have bigger clogged pores too. they are so small and look terrible under the light. i can't even feel the bumps very well when i touch them, so the overall texture is grainy and bumpy. please help!!!!
  9. I have just suddenly broken out with tiny bumps all over and only on my forehead. I've always had a few little skin coloured bumps on my forehead but nothing Like this. I also have been having red/dry eyelids and am not sure if I may be having a reaction to something I've been using. Please let me know if you have any tips!
  10. Okay so prior to taking Accutane I'd only have one or two really stubborn pimples and that was it. After finishing Accutane my face looks like this. I know it's nasty, that's why I'm hoping for some advice or someone else this has happened to or what anyone even thinks this is? It's like a gazillion bumps with a few big ones. You can really only notice it in sunlight and at certain angles. I went to my derm and he prescribed me stuff but it isn't working at all. Help!?
  11. I seem to somehow have gotten these tiny bumps on my forehead and I don't know whether they are closed comedones or milia or something entirely different....anyway, I have a week to get rid of most of them and I feel like a leper leaving my house to go out. I have been using a calamine clay mask made from kaolin clay and glycerin to get rid of them but to be honest I don't see much of a difference. The mask has been making a difference in clearing up white heads and drying out pimples on my nose
  12. Hello. My lip picture is sorta graphic. I am a 20 y/o female on day 17 of accutane. On day 15 I noticed little bumps on my lips. Clear/lip colored. Thought nothing of it. I've been slathering aquaphor on my lips since day 10 or so - I keep them super glossy and moisturized. Day 16 and 17 I've developed more tiny little bumps/blisters, top and bottom lip. I may have aggravated some, thinking I was helping. Has anyone had this experience? Are they sunburnt? I cannot see my dorm bc I'm in college
  13. Few months ago I started getting these random tiny bumps on my forehead it wasn’t itchy or didn’t hurt but as time came by they either got red or bigger and won’t go away. What are the causes and what can I do to get rid of it? I heard that it’s because of too much yeast but idk someone please help.
  14. Hi , I have tons on tiny flesh colored bumps on my face. They mostly appear Around the nose and forehead area. They don't itch or anything , but wherever the bumps are that part of my face is always oily. I've tried using 10% benzoyl peroxide on the areas with the tiny little bumps and it does nothing They can't be popped and I wash my face 2 times a day , and they won't go away. Help!
  15. After using Estée Lauder double wear foundation, I believe that's when I started to develop small skin-coloured bumps all over my face. They don't seem to be reducing in number. I've tried topical creams, anti biotics, scrubs etc. I've also tried leaving my face alone for a while but that has not helped either. When I squeeze the spots, stringy sebum is produced. I think this is something caused by makeup. I've researched the Internet and people seem to suggest hydrocortisone cream a lot. if my
  16. Hi everyone, I have had these small, colorless bumps all over my forehead for about 1 year and a half to 2 years. The bumps are flesh-colored and do not itch, hurt, and there is no discomfort besides the fact they make my forehead look uneven. They can only be seen close up or in sunlight or light (btw, in the light they look a bit pink but are still flesh-colored). My skin is rough and bumpy due to the numerous number of these tiny bumps scattered across my forehead. I have never
  17. Hi Everyone, I have a problem which is stressing me big time. I have noticed that my face has tiny little bumps everywhere and some of them are whiteheads. These tiny bumps are mainly on my forehead, around my nose, above my lips and most horrifying on my lips. Acne has been a part of my life for approximately two years and it seems to be getting worse as they will not go away. I looked to the internet for help and with so many trials, I was able to find a regime that worked okay for
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