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    Skin bumps/rash that don't itch
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    peachsnapple89 posted:
    Recently in the last couple days I've gotten these weird bumps on my right inner forearm. They don't hurt or itch, they're small, and they sometimes protrude and sometimes lie flat. They don't move around the skin, they're in the same spots. I had just three or four of them a couple days ago, and today I noticed there were more, about 7 or 8. They almost look like flea bites, but are much more mild, they look more like goosebumps. They're only on my right forearm. I'm not allergic to anything and I haven't done anything differently recently as far as cleaning or activities go. Anyone know what this could be?
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    EdithIkerNagyonFacebook responded:
    Hi, my name is Edith Nagy and i started using Nerium Ad cream for my skin problems. Check out my facebook account at Edith (Iker) Nagy and see some of my post how useful this lotion is. Even minimized my 2 years old dry skin wounds after 5 days.


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