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I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face and arms. What can I do?

Keratosis pylaris: Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a disorder of build up of keratin within the hair follicles of the skin. The condition can be remedied with a good exfoliating scrub and also by improving the consistency and fluidity of the skin membrane from the inside. This can be done with a good fish oil supplement as well as eating a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Vitamin A is also recommended. ...Read more

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I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face and arms. What could it be and how do I treat it?

I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face and arms. What could it be and how do I treat it?

Dermatitis: It sounds like you have some form of dermatitis. The rash on sun exposed areas could be photosensitivity. Photosensitivity is cause by taking certain medications and then having prolonged exposure to uv light (sunlight). Contact dermatitis is a rash that is caused by exposures to allergens directly on the skin? Some allergens i seen more and more lately are detergent rashes. Use clear detergents! ...Read more

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I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face. They don't look like milia. They don't hurt but I don't know how to get rid of them. I've never had acne.

I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face. They don't look like milia. They don't hurt but I don't know how to get rid of them. I've never had acne.

Get them checked: Visit your primary physician for an evaluation. If the are millias, white heads, or clogged pores, they will give you alternatives to decrease them. ...Read more

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What are the skin colored bumps on my face but it doesn't look like acne. I get these flare ups when i rest my face on my hand mostly. Even w/stress?

What are the skin colored bumps on my face but it doesn't look like acne. I get these flare ups when i rest my face on my hand mostly. Even w/stress?

Hard to know: It's hard to know what a skin rash is without seeing it. Please visit your primary care doctor or a dermatologist in person, so that they can give you a better idea of what you're dealing with. ...Read more