i have skin bumps all over my forehead and now its spreading to my chin and cheeks..i know its not acne because i get acne aswell just less often. ive had these flesh colored bumps 4 about 3 years now and they dont seem 2 be going away... it doesnt look 2 severe but its really lowering my self esteem..ive tried everythin, proactiv, over the counter products..everythin and nothing seems 2 work nd go as deep down as it needs 2..im thinkin of going to see the dermatologist but im not sure its that serious...i need advice.. is their anything i can do to make them dissappear? help!!!!!Skin bumps on forehead, not acne or blackheads or whiteheads..not sure what they are exactly?
I'm not sure what it is, but if it's lowering your self esteem and you can't figure out how to heal it yourself you should definitely see a dermatologist. I had something that sounds like what you're describing for a few months on my forehead also, but they're diminishing. If yours has lasted for this long and seems to be spreading, go to the clinic.Skin bumps on forehead, not acne or blackheads or whiteheads..not sure what they are exactly?
Do you sweat a lot because it could be your sweat glands
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