I have red bumps on my forehead and 2 red bumps in between my eyebrows, and a pimple of my nose. I really want to get rid of it quickly , and I've tried all the creams I could find.
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Red bumps can be due to acne or due to allergies, Please send a clear photograph of your skin lesions. In the meantime, you should be patient, as taking stress would result in more breakouts. Please know that healing process can be slow, and depends on the skin condition. In the meantime, you should take care of your skin, if your skin is too oily, start double cleansing (first with an oil cleanser followed by water based cleanser).
Pat dry your skin, and apply a good toner over your face. You can also use anti-acne serums at night time. All the skin care products should be hypoallergenic, noncomedogenic and that has a label ‘will not clog pores’ over them. Do not touch your skin lesions with dirty hands. And follow up after a week or earlier with photographs of skin lesions. Thank you.
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