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    38 yr old male with a type of acne within scalp and facial hair
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    klhkris posted:
    I am 38 and I have a type of acne that is within my scalp and facial hair and have had this for 10 plus years, I have tried several different types of shampoo's dandruff,anti bacterial, went to a couple dermatalogist dr's. and still can not get rid of it, they are very pussy and extremly soar to touch, I am beginning to think it is food related but just haven't figured out yet, It is very misrable to have this and hard on self confidence due to being 38 and shouldn't have acne. I need this gone, please help
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    Olivia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome, klhkris!

    I'd recommend posting to our Skin Problems and Treatments community for some great feedback from our experts and other members.

    You can also find lots of information on our Acne Health Center that may be helpful.

    Take care,
    Olivia


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