A 16-year-old female asked:
Why do i always get cystic pimples on my chin?
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Dr. Michael Fisheranswered
Dermatology 34 years experience
Hormonal Acne: Hormonal acne occurs first and foremost around the mouth: on the chin, below the nose, around the sides of the mouth, and sometimes up the jawline. As hormonal acne worsens, however, it can spread to the cheeks and the forehead. Other body parts can be affected, too, but only in severe cases, and once it has advanced.
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