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Little Pimples On Forehead
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions. It affects about 80% of adolescents. Acne starts as a blockage of the sebaceous glands followed by inflammation. It occurs in areas where there are lots of sebaceous glands, such as the face back and chest. The hallmarks of the condition are blackheads, whiteheads (closed comedones), papules, pustules, cysts, nodules, and sometimes scarring. There are numerous treatments available, both topical and systemic. The most commonly used are benzoyl peroxide, retinoids, and antibiotics ...Read more
I don't have big pimples around my face. But I have little pimples around my forehead. What should I do?
I use to get large painful pimples but now I get quite more very small pimples mostly forehead and chin why is that?
No longer cystic: The acne is not cystic at this time but still needs treatment. See your medspa doctor to review the options to get your skin clear. Laser skin care reduces the size of the oil glands (Cool Breeze) and cleans your pores (Isolaz). This will help you prevent scarring and discoloration. She will also show you products to use between visits (salicylic acid wash, toner, oil free moisturizer). ...Read more
I have a pimple just above my right eyebrow. Tried to pop it and stuff came out but now about half my forehead is a little swollen. Help?
See answer below: Your description is consistent with "Cellulitis" which occurs when bacteria, most commonly streptococcus and staphylococcus, enter through a crack or break in your skin. This is potentially a serious infection especially if affects the tissues underneath your skin or gets into your bloodstream. Usually requires antibiotics and recommend immediate evaluation by an MD or ER. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have small pimples under my facial skin (more on forehead). Sometimes they dissappear and sometimes they get worse. Please tell me what to do?
Meds: Many patients do well with over the counter benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid preparations. Some patients require topical or oral antibiotics or retinoids as well. If the over the counter meds alone don't control your acne after a month of daily use, see a doctor for additional treatment options. It is important to be persistent, and some patients 'get worse before they get better'. ...Read more
Im 8 months in accutane and i got a very small pimple on forehead and side of face. my dose went from 80 to 60 per day. should i continue accutane?
I have clusters of really small pimples across my forehead and a bit on my cheeks, will microdermbrasion help with that?
Pimples: It depends on the diagnosis... See a dermatologist to discuss your treatment options. ...Read more
I have a hard pimple like bump on my forehead at the hairline it was small but it got bigger and it hasnt gone away what could it be?
How can I get clear skin? I have these small pimples all over my forehead. The rest of my face is clear. I eat really healthy and exercise a lot
Mild acne: This will probably respond well to topical benzoyl peroxide. It takes a little time. If this isn't enough, your physician may try topical Clindamycin or something similar. Your eating and exercise habits have little to do with acne, contrary to what you may have been told. Good luck. ...Read more
There is a small bump near my hair, on my forehead. It has been there for about 4 months. Can a pimple last that long? And it hurts when I press it.
Pimple??: Does it look like a pimple? It would be unusual for a pimple to stay for four months and not change in some way, either by growing, or bursting and draining, or by gaining some more pimples nearby. This should be looked at more formally by a doctor to make sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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