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small flesh colored bumps
kamika_keiki posted:
I am a 19 year old college student, i started getting these small flesh colored bumps on my skin when i was about 17 years old. They came up when i started dating a guy, i assumed it was because our faces touched so his oily skin was causing mine to break out. But then we stopped seeing each other and the bumps never went away. They are on my cheeks, chin, and forehead. They almost like like a rash, make up makes it look and feel worse. They get especially bad when i wax/thread my facial hair. i wash my face every morning and night. i've tried everything product and acne system out there. i also try and wash my face after working out. they look like a million clogged pores. Help! Ive been battling with this for two years trying everything with high hopes that my pores would be unclogged. What will clear out these pores so i can have soft smooth skin again?

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