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Getting Rid Of Small Pimples
See your doctor: You would need to be examined by your doctor in order to diagnose the lumps then the doctor can come up with a treatment plan. ...Read more
Anal fissures: Maintain good hygiene. Frequent soaking in warm bath water helps. Try stool softeners like Colace or Miralax (polyethylene glycol) that pulls water into the colon to prevent additional injury. (Just to make you laugh, please refrain from wearing thong-type underwear that can cause abrasions.) ...Read more
How do you get rid of small birth marks their white and under your nose it kinda looks like a crown how can you get rid of it without lazer or surgery?
Maybe tattooing?: Birthmarks are often considered permanent and besides make-up covering (instant change), there is much you can do without surgically removing it or less invasive method is now available by cosmetic laser procedures can help--less pain/scarring. If it is whiter than your normal skin, tattooing is also an option--must find a really good tattooing artist. Talk to your doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: There are different types of scars from acne. Pits, craters, etc.. Often use of mechanical dermabrasion for crater-like scars helps reduce their visual effects. Occasionally dermal fillers help with these also. "ice-pick" like scars are more difficult to deal with, and may remain looking like enlarged pores. If very extensive and close together these are removed surgically to help. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Time, antibiotics: These things generally resolve by themselves with time. They hurt and itch but don't scratch or try to squeeze it. You might try some warm, moist compresses to encourage it to come to a head sooner. Antibiotic ointments (otc) can help. Don't play with it-can spread infection (potentially a very big deal, given the anatomy). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keratosis pilaris?: Not sure where the bumps are, but i suspect on your arms? This could be thickened hair follicles. It is a genetically inheritted, common skin disorder called keratosis pilaris, which cannot be cured, but treated with topical emolients etc...Severe cases may benefit from retinoid compounds-- a type of acne med. Keeping the skin moist helps, thus this is often softer in summer time due to sweating.. ...Read more
How do you get rid of large red pimples on cheek? I've heard of the salt water and cotton ball trick. What do you suggest?
Varies: Birthmark is a broad term that encompasses many different types of marks. Some can be removed surgically or lightened up with lasers or other treatments. Some are so extensive and fixed in place that no treatment would be advised.Location is also quite important to the treatment choices.Your pcp can direct you to a dermatologist with experience in the area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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