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Under The Skin Acne Bumps
I have red, inflamed, under the skin and very painful acne, as well as small white bumps on my chin. How do I get rid of it?
My face breaks out mainly around my mouth and on my cheeks. The bumps are under the skin & hardly ever come to a head. What kind of acne could this be?
I have clusters of bumps on my inner butt area, they don't feel irritating. I would almost describe them as white heads but they're under the skin and can't be popped. I'm not sexually active and I wouldn't describe it as acne since they stay there?
Possible molluscum: Molluscum contagiosus is a viral infection similar to the wart virus that causes a small papule with a white core. They are spread from person to person and tend to appear in areas of friction or sweating. Location on the buttocks is not umcommon without sexual exposure. Blocked hair follicles can also cause similar "white heads" are also common. A doctor visit will confirm the diagnosis. ...Read more
I get red bumps on my back they're not acne or zits but they are under the skin and they disappear after a few days what is it?
How do I get rid of bumps under the skin on my face? I have these bumps on my face mainly on the cheeks and around the chin they appear to be grease clogged bumps and i can't seem to get rid of them with any acne regime it feels awful i hate when anyone t
Yes, Neck and Back: Acne can occur anywhere there are sebaceous glands (oil glands) in the skin. Web md is a great resource to learn more about acne. Skin hygiene with soap and water followed by benzol peroxide or 2% salicylic acid products are over the counter options. An evaluation by a dermatologist can help develop a long term plan. Resistant acne can also be treated with antibiotics and some laser therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an acne like bump on my head that appears to heal and thrn return as a hard bump a few weeks ?
Prevent new marks: The key is preventing new lesions. You owe it to yourself, the people you work for, and those who care about you to manage your acne. If topical benzoyl peroxide has not cleared you in a few weeks, your physician can add spironolactone, the oral contraceptive pill, or an antibiotic. Time fades pigmented lesions; a depigmenting agent may help or may simply cause more of a mess. ...Read more