Tiny Skin Colored Bumps

Frequently Asked Questions

    What are these tiny skin colored bumps on my nose? And how do I get rid of them?
    Iv'e had these very tiny skin colored bumps on my nose for as long as I can remember. But lately Iv'e started to get pretty anal about my skin and I wan't to get rid of them ASAP!

    I think their clogged pores so I've been using rubbing alcohol for a few days; so far I haven't seen results and I'm not even sure it it'll work. Can somebody tell me what this is and how I can remove them?

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      It sounds like whiteheads.

      Use a gentle facial scrub to wash your nose a couple of times a week. Use a clay-based facial mask one a week. You can use it only on your nose if you wish.

      Always apply Witch Hazel to your nose after washing your face.

    What are these tiny skin-colored bumps on my arms, face and legs?
    I had these tiny skin-colored bumps on my skin since I was a child. First it was on my arms then when I grew into an adolescent it started to appear on my forehead and my lower limbs. What are these? They don't itch not unless you touch them and they just don't seem to look good. They don't hurt and they're pimples. What are these?How do you treat this?

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      Because dermatology is a visual science, you would either have to post some clear pictures of the bumps, or show them to your dermatologist, if you wanted a valid answer to your question.

    I have tiny skin colored bumps on my face and arms?
    I have tiny little skin colored bumps on my cheeks and upper arms. I'm in 7th grade and its really embarrassing when people point them out. I've had them for about two years now and they're not acne. When I scratch them just white hard stuff comes out, but its not puss. I clean my face regurally but they don't go away. Do I need to moisturizer? I don't even know what they're called. Please help. I'm tired of these stupid things. 10 points to the best answer.

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      HELP HAS ARRIVED!!!!!!!!!!!

      I had this for years, my mom told me it was eczema. Most people say eczema is a name used for tons of different dry skin conditions that doctors can’t diagnose. I used eczema creams all through Jr. High and High School, all that did was make me feel greasy and uncomfortable with zero results.

      You probably have what is called Keratosis pilaris, Keratosis pilaris is a common, genetic follicular condition that causes the appearance of rough bumps on the skin. It most often appears on arms, thighs, hands, legs, sides, buttocks, or face (which on the face are often mistaken for acne). Worldwide, Keratosis pilaris affects an estimated 40% of the adult population and approximately 50%-80% of all adolescents. It is more common in women than in men. There are several different types of Keratosis Pilaris, including Keratosis Pilaris rubra (red, inflamed bumps), Keratosis Pilaris Alba (rough, bumpy skin with no irritation), Keratosis Pilaris Rubra Faceii (reddish rash on the cheeks), and related disorders.

      Keratosis Pilaris is caused by Hyperkeratosis: when the human body produces excess keratin, a natural protein in the skin. The excess keratin, which is cream colored, surrounds and entraps the hair follicles in the pore, resulting in rough clogged pores. The openings are often closed with a white plug of encrusted sebum, the oily, waxy substance produced by glands in the skin to keep it from drying out. Hyperkeratosis is most likely caused by your body having a vitamin A & E deficiency.

      I started taking vitamin A & E pills at dinner every night and 90% of my white bumps on my cheeks, arms, and legs cleared up. My boss also had white bumps on her arms and tried taking the vitamins too, it worked nicely for her. You could try taking the vitamins, but if you stop taking them, your body will go back to being deficient in them unless you start eating more foods naturally containing vitamins A & E:

      Vitamin A: Liver, Red Pepper, Cayenne, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Dried Apricots, Cantaloupe, Spinach, Squash, Dried Herbs, Papaya, Mangoes, Green Peas, Tomatoes.

      Vitamin E: Sunflower Seeds, Almonds, Pine Nuts, Peanuts, Dried Apricots, Pickled Green Olives, Cooked Taro Root, Wheat Germ/Flax Seed/Corn/Canola/Soybean Oils, Hazelnuts, Broccoli.

      Both A & E: Paprika, Red Chili Peppers or Powder, Spinach

      If the bumps (clogged dry rough crusty pores) have a red or pink ring around them, it could just be that they are inflamed, or it could be some sort of skin infection, such as yeast, which lives on the skin naturally but could become an infection, or bacterial. If they are a little pink or red I would try an antibacterial soap.

      Antibacterial soaps are full of chemicals and poisons, some are so harmful they cause muscle weakness, such as in the heart and tongue, and should not be in stores. A natural alternative is a soap or lotion containing Tea Tree oil. Tea Tree oil has natural antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic qualities. It also has beneficial cosmetic properties. Tea Tree oil has a faint medicinal scent to it like eucalyptus, which is why I would suggest a soap instead of a lotion. Products containing Tea Tree oil can be found in abundance at health and natural and heath stores, but is also available in main stream store such as Wal-Mart for as low as around .

      So in short, vitamin A, vitamin E, soap, and you should be good (: I wish you luck

    I have weird skin color tiny bumps on my face?
    So I have these tiny skin colored bumps on my forehead, and then really really small on my nose, and then on my cheeks.
    Can anyone tell me what it they are caused from, and how to clear it up?
    Thank you so much.

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    I have tiny skin color bumps on my forehead what are they?
    Well when I woke up this morning I had a few very tiny skin colored bumps on my forehead and I went to my friends house today and when I got back there were more. It happened to me and my friend before when we swam in another friends pool. I don't know if it's an allergic reaction because I have allergies to pollen.. But there were a lot of mosquitos so maybe it's that but I really don't know please help I don't want acne! :(

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    Why do I have a skin colored bump on my eye lid?
    I have a tiny skin colored bump on my eye. And now and then I feel what seems to be a pebble in my eye lid. What can it be ?

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      It could be a sty. I used to get really bad sty infections when I was a kid, mainly because I didn't wash my face as often. Does the bump hurt? What my eye doctor told me to do was to take a towel, dip it in very hot water and press on it several times. I would have to do this a couple of times a day. Even though the sty's spread, after I did that, they would start going away. They're filled with pus, like a really bad pimple. It was particularly embarassing when I was seven and my "eye" burst in the middle of math class. I know, eww. Anyway, it could be something else but if it's a sty, it's nothing to worry about too much.

      Another thing, my eye doctor had given me a medication for my eye. I would have to put the drops in at night before I went to sleep (since the drops would make my vision extremely hazy). That helped too, I think. But it also had side effects. Some type of steroid ingredient in the drops weakened my eyelid muscle and now I have a lazy eye. Twelve years later I have learned to live with it but it's kind of obvious. So be careful of any medicine you use.

      Hope this helps.

    What are the tiny, flesh-colored bumps on my face?
    They're really not visible until you get close-up. So, my face looks pretty clear from a distance but when you get a little closer it looks really rough and uneven.
    But yeah there are dozens and dozens of really tiny skin-colored bumps all over my nose and forehead.
    I've tried exfoliating a few times - they're still there...???
    What are they and how do I get rid of them?! They make my face look so rough and unclean.

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      I going to take a guess, but I think they're pimples. Teenagers get a lot of pimples. You could get rid of them by using Acne cream.

    What are these tiny little pimples on my forehead?
    I'm 13, (going to be 14 in less than 2 weeks) - I have these tiny skin colored bumps all over my forehead. I have no idea what they are. Does anyone have any idea what they could be? Sometimes most of them go away, but they always eventually come back. Does anyone know what this is and what I could do to get rid of them. Home remedies would be very nice.

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      Without seeing it's hard to say but what you describe reminds me of a mild allergic reaction. Is there a hairspray or makeup/foundation that you're using that could be causing it? I had something similar many years ago that was on my neck and lower jaw, usually only on one side. It would be there for a couple days, then go away, then come back... I finally pinpointed it down to a particular perfume. It was kinda difficult since I didn't always wear perfume and when I did I didn't always use the same kind. But once I quit using that brand, the bumps went away and never came back.

    What is the best skin care regimen for this?
    I have clear skin every where except for my forehead. I have very tiny skin colored bumps at the top of my forehead which you can only see up close but I also get painfull red bumps between my eyebrows on occassion. My skin is normal to oily. Also what are these tiny skin colored bumps?
    I think they're clogged pores and I've been using obagi nu-derm cleanser but I was wondering if any one has use Cliniqu 3 step system and had good results?

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      Sounds like what I deal with. I don't know what they are called but Murad works great to get rid of them. You can see a difference after using it for just a few days.

      Go to murad.com and you can check it out. They also have a return policy where you can get your money back even if the bottles are empty. Although I don't see why anyone would return it. It is the ONLY thing I will EVER put on my face

    What are these small bumps all over my stomach?
    About three days ago I noticed that I had tiny skin colored bumps all over my stomach and upper thighs. It's the worst on my stomach though. They don't itch or hurt but I am afraid that it's getting worse and not better. The only thing I can think of is that I had a bad reaction to some cheap bath sea salt. Does anybody know what it might be and how long it will take to go away??? HELP!

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      It could be a mild reaction to something that you are allergic to. I would take a dose of liquid benadryl and if it does not get better in a few hours contact your family doctor. There are illnesses that start off as rashes that can be come serious. However, this is probably just a reaction to a skin irritant so try the benadryl and call the doctor if necessary.

    What are these tiny itchy bumps on my fingers and hands?
    I have tiny little bumps on my fingers and palms of my hands. They really only started getting itchy last night but you could not see them, this morning they are very visible. They are tiny skin coloured bumps under the skin. What are the caused from?
    And also are they contagious? Like if i rubbed my face could they spread to my face?

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      they are usally from elerjict ractions, you should go to a doctor, the doctor will suply you wth the cream and mybe some tablets to help.

    What are these itchy bumps all over me?
    I have these tiny skin colored bumps all over me. I have changed my soaps and all sorts of stuff but I don't know what they are from. They get on my tummy, palms and backs of my hands, legs, butt cheeks, elbows, and arms. They also itch like crazy. I end up itching them till they get red and bleed a bit no matter how hard I try not to. Any one know what they could be? Also when they get on my hands they get hard like a callus or something and sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night to find myself itching myself all over.

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    I have Skin colored bumps on my face what are they?
    I use a product then my face got really red like i was allergic to the product. I stoped the use the redness went away but i now have very tiny skin colored bumps on my face. I really need to know what they are? will they go away? and how do i make them go away? please help!
    could is be clogged pores? or dry skin?

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      Yes, they will probably go away if it is part of the allergy. Tiny amount of the product maybe went down into your pores. Clean the area gently but really well, and maybe use a lotion that says 'healing' on the label. If not gone soon, see a dermatologist or your doctor. Live well, love deep!
      P.S. You didn't say they itched so I assumed they don't. Use a cortisone cream for itchy bumps.

    What disease is this that affecs the skin so badly?
    This disease affects the skin of the patient, he/she has tiny, skin-coloured bumps portruding from the skin all over the body, including the face. But it doesn't seem to be contagious as I see people who had this disease around quite often, so they must have been cured of the disease?
    I don't know if it's psoriasis, the bumps are slightly larger than a huge pimple. And they are skin coloured, not red or anything.

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      is a noncontagious, lifelong skin disease. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as 7.5 million Americans have psoriasis.
      About 10 percent to 30 percent of people with psoriasis also develop psoriaticarthritis, which causes pain, stiffness and swelling in and around the joints.

    What are some drugstore products I can use on my acne?
    K first off two things. I don't have a credit card and am a college student on a tight budget so I'm limited to the products I can get at the local target.

    My skin is combination. I usually break out most around my chin area and a little on my forehead. I get tiny red zits and also tiny skin colored bumps which i'm not sure what they are. I am allergic to benzoyl peroxide so I can't use anything with that in it.

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    I have a lot of tiny bumps inside my vagina?
    I have a lot of tiny, skin colored, flexible bumps in my vagina. These bumps are STRICTLY on my vagina rugae right inside of my vagina, not outside. I haven't really felt around my vagina so I don't know if they have always been there or not. I am worried they are warts, but they do not look warts at all. They are all over the inside near the opening and are very small but long and flexible. Anyone experienced something similar to this? I recently (about 4 weeks ago) had and IUD inserted, so if anything was unusual wouldn't the doctor have said something? The only time I had protected sex I had vaginal AND anal sex, so if they were warts wouldn't I also have warts in my anal area? HELP!

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      These are Venereal Warts, are highly contageous, and spread like wildfire. They can spread very quickly to your entire perineal area (anus, too). Get back to your doctor immediately. DON'T have any more sex, because you'll spread this to who ever you you have sex with.
      And, yes, if you had this STD, your doctor would have said something, and wouldn't have inserted the IUD.
      You'll have to have the warts burned off to prevent the spread to others.
      Next time, and everytime, inspect the sperm donor's penis before inserting.

    is it normal to have little bumps on the under part of your Penis?
    i am a teen male and i have a bunch of tiny skin colored bumps on the underside of my penis... i am a virgin so is it normal or whats going on?

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      a lot of people ask this question(me included =] ). i think they just ask for reassurance/ but yea, its fine. some guys get white bumps but its completely normal. i dont knwo if it will go away or not but theres nothing wrong with it unless it creeps a girl out. if it does then just say that u dont want a blow because u wont be able to kiss her lips afterwards.

    Is it possible for a man to have HPV and not have any visible symtoms?
    Recently I have had unprotected sex and noticed a rather large cluster of tiny little skin colored bumps on my outer labia. They don't itch. I do, however have some thick, white discharge. Could I possibly have HPV even though my partner shows no signs of it? I am being tested this Friday, but would like to know before hand.

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      Not only is it possible, MOST people with HPV never have any symptoms ever.

    For about a week, I've noticed tiny skin colored bumps that are extremely itchy. What is this???
    I recently had a baby a little over 3 months ago and about a week ago, I started noticing tiny skin colored bumps that are extremely itchy all over my thighs. I started scratching and they spread to my legs, knees, stomach, and forearms. They are driving me nuts! Does this sound familiar to anyone? Please help. This is driving me insane! What can I do to stop the itching? Does this have a name?

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      Apply some calamine lotion. It could be allergies but I would suggest you consult your doctor.

    is it normal to have little bumps on the under part of your Penis?
    i am a teen male and i have a bunch of tiny skin colored bumps on the underside of my penis... i am a virgin so is it normal or whats going on?

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      It depends. If your favorite flavor of ice cream is pralines and cream and your favorite soda is orange fanta, then it is normal. Otherwise, you are in trouble.

    What are these tiny, itchy, skin-colored bumps on my skin?
    For about two weeks, I've been itchy on my arms, hands, fingers, head and neck. If I itch the spot, tiny skin-colored bumps appear, then after a while, they disappear. It's getting more severe every day...and I've been reading up on different skin conditions, but none of them seem to apply to me...
    I can't think of anything out of the ordinary that I've touched that I might be allergic to...as far as I've known, I'm not allergic to anything...hm...

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      Go to your doctor, they could be bird mites/lice.
      Though this is very rare, trees with birds,
      bird nests, attics, and even rain gutters can harbor these pesky creators. They could also be spider mites. Better to check it out, find the source, and treat both problems at the same time. (They must be sighted through a microscope.)

    For about a week, I've noticed tiny skin colored bumps that are extremely itchy. What is this???
    I recently had a baby a little over 3 months ago and about a week ago, I started noticing tiny skin colored bumps that are extremely itchy all over my thighs. I started scratching and they spread to my legs, knees, stomach, and forearms. They are driving me nuts! Does this sound familiar to anyone? Please help. This is driving me insane! What can I do to stop the itching? Does this have a name?

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      Could be eczema - my wife gets it and as you say it's very uncomfortabe for her. I would see a doctor if I were you, maybe they can prescribe something for you.

    How can I get rid of clogged pores? (10 points?!)?
    Heyy guys, well im 13 and for a couple of years ive had tiny skin colored bumps on my nose and the sides of my nose followed by them far under my eyes. I want to know if exfoliating scrub works, and is there home remedies for it? Plz and thankss.

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      Get a bowl and pour boiling water In it and get a towel and put your head over the bowl and the towel over your head so its covering the bowl and your head and let the steam do its work DON'T LET YOUR FACE TOUCH THE WATER then when the water cools and the steam stops pat your face with a clean towel and this will open your pores,note: washing you face with cold water closes pores and prevents break outs. Hope this helps :)

    How do you get rid of these tiny skin colored bumps on your forehead?
    I have these tiny bumps on my forehead im trying to get rid of them but I don't know how. Any Help?

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      I think you should leave them be, go and show them to your doctor who will be able to advise you......

    What is causing my forehead to breakout?
    Lately on my forehead I've been breaking out non stop but they're only these very tiny skin colored bumps and occasionally a larger red one maybe once a month. I don't use any styling products near my forehead, I don't have bangs, and I drink plenty of water and take a multivitamin. So does anyone know what these bumps are and how I can get rid of these tiny breakouts on my forehead once and for all????

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    Tiny bump on the inner corner of my eye?
    I have a tiny, skin colored, pimple- looking bump on the inner corner of my eye.
    I wear glasses, so it is not that visible, but I want to know if I should get treatment.
    It is also not gross looking at all and it doesn't itch, it's just annoying.

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      Could be a stye.

    does neutrogena acne face wash help get rid of all acne?
    specifically on comedones, which are basically tiny skin-colored bumps? I have them on my face, and want to get rid of them. my friend uses neutrogena acne face wash and her face is soooo soft and acne free.

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    What is the best way for me to clear up my skin?
    I have a bunch of little tiny bumps all over my face. It's not really red, just skin colored bumps. They're really annoying. I also have been getting red bumps all over my chest and back and shoulders. These are TINY.

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    What are these tiny bumps on the bottom side of my penis?
    I'm 14, I'm athletic, and I have a healthy penis. I don't have any STDs, but there are these small, skin-colored bumps on my penis. They're not highly noticeable, but they're there.

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      its probablly froydicles spots a lot of guys have them

    Tiny flesh coloured bumps on entire face?
    This morning I woke up and say my whole face was entirely covered in tiny tiny skin coloured bumps. They are so tiny, maybe 1/4 a mm but they are everywhere and it makes me look i have eczema. Its really ugly. I havn't tried any new products but two days ago i did a coffee mask. The coffee in the mask was really scratchy. Could it be over exfoliation or irritation? How can I clear it up without a dermatologist?

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    Why is my face breaking out all of a sudden?
    I started using this all natural lotion then out of the blue ,my face is covered with skin colored bumps. There really tiny but are all over my forehead,cheeks and chin. There not noticeable unless theres light which causes you to see theses little bumps. It's really lowering my self esteem and I've always had clear skin until suddenly. How do I get rid of this?

    P.S I discontinued the use of the lotion i mentioned above and I'm using a different product but the little bumps are still there. I appreciate all answers.

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      Acne results primarily from stress or hormonal changes and could flare up anytime.
      Vitamin B3 scrubbing pads are a great way to get rid of oily skin residues, open clogged skin pores and keep acne away. Vitamin B3 (also known as Niacinamide) also helps minimize skin hyperpigmentation (acne scars). Works on body acne too.
      Just place a pad on the pimple and watch it go away.
      Try them.

    Some times red but usually skin colored tiny bumps all over upper arms?
    There are random tiny bumps that are faded red or skin colored all over my upper arms. What should I do to get rid of them? And what are they?

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    Quickest, most effective way to get rid of acne?
    My skin was clearing up on its own, but I just noticed tons of tiny, normal skin-colored bumps on my forehead! HELP ME!

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      Use neosporin on the zits. It wroks sooooooo well! Just keep it on over night. Then wash your face (with oil-free soap of caurse) when u wake up!

    How do I get rid of these tiny bumps on my forehead? And what are they?
    I'm 16 and although my acne has gotten A LOT better in the past couple of years since I was 11 I've had small skin coloured bumps all over my forehead. No matter what I try on my bigger pimples on the rest of my face it seems to have no affect on these little bumps. Does anyone know what they are? How do I get rid of them? Thank you so much to anyone who can help me!

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      Tea tree oil is another well-known acne treatment. Compared to majority of oil products for acne, tea tree has stronger properties. It has teripen-4-ol, which can destroy bacteria and solve infection over time. Specifically, tea tree can kill Propionibacterium and similar components. Once your skin is free from infection, you will eventually notice improvement on your skin's surface. As tea tree can get rid of many bacterial components, it can prevent any instant acne formation.

    If I have an allergic reaction, will it spread if I shower?
    Last night I broke out in tiny skin colored bumps on the backsides of my arms. And now it has spread to my face. I am assuming it is an allergic reaction to something I ate. This has never happened to me before. I am curious if I take a shower will it spread?

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      If it's a hot shower, it will probably spread. The reason is that the heat opens your pores as well as causing the capillaries to dilate, thereby increasing blood circulation. Take lukewarm showers and pat dry, rather than rubbing. If it itches, oatmeal baths are often soothing. I used to take hot showers when my arms and legs were all broken out. Dr. said it was the worst thing I could have done.

    Tiny bumps on head of penis and soreness?
    On the head of my penis it looks quite sore around the hole, but it doesnt hurt at all there is just redish marks. Also there is tiny skin coloured bumps on the head of my penis. Any help would be appreciated!
    P.S. I am a teenager and am circumcised

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      i kinda have the same thing, and its beause im circumcised, it is not sore, there is just little tine bumps go around the head

    Tiny clusters of skin coloured lumps on hands and fingers?
    Woke up this morning to find that I have these custers of about 5 -20 skin coloured bumps on my fingers and hands? Anybody know what this could be? I also feel really hot.
    Help me please :(
    In regards to the answers, yes they are a bit itchy at times, it comes on really bad, then goes away.

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      Is it itchy? It could be many things. It could be a simple allergic reaction, or you could be ill. Once I had the flu and got a rash and the doctor told me it was an allergic reaction to the virus.
      If it's especially itchy when you get out of the shower then it could be scabies. Go to the doctor and get them to have a look at it.

    How can I get clear skin? Any diet tips? I don't have horrible acne, but my forehead is covered in spots.?
    Any product or diet tricks? My skin texture is quite smooth, I have skin colored tiny bumps all over my forehead, that sometimes come to the surface and are pop-able. Is that even a word? Haha, yeah and a few blackheads on my noes, nothing major around my mouth, a few spots not cystic angry acne or anything... But I hate it. My skin is seriously break out prone, I can't be lazy with my skin are routine, except, my skin is also horribly dry and flaky, help please!!!! Thank you... ANY tips and tricks would help!

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    What type of skin rash does this sound like to you?
    I've been extremely these past few months all over my body. I feel like a crawling sensation on me . If I scratch for a long time in one spot I get these red and skin colored bumps. They are very tiny n after I apply Benadryl cream to them or stop scratching they disappear but re surface the next time I start scratching. I have 2 very small pimple looking bumps on my butt which get bigger everytime I scratch.. Does this sound like scabies?? Hives?? Eczema?? Body lice?? I'm very concerned

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      This sounds a bit like an allergic reaction. As it is all over your body, it might be a good idea to investigate the soap and shampoo you are using. Your pharmacist will have some non-allergenic products so try them out.

    I have little bumps that may be acne?
    Tiny little skin colored bumps on my forehead and cheeks. May be acne? How do I get rid of them?

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      Sensible diet, good hygiene and low stress should keep acne away. Try some great OTC products like Niapads, Cetaphil etc. Remember, the most effective treatment is one that is simple to use. For eg. Niapads helps exfoliate, open clogged skin pores and keeps acne away in one simple step. Contains Lavender oil – well known moisturizer.

    How do i keep these pimples fromg growing?
    It started like skin color bumps then it grew little tiny red dots they have been the same size, color and everything for like 3 days now ?
    Alyssa bi*ch please i am a beautiful girl im 5'1 and weight 105 nigggga ! Please ur the ugly i bet your tall and look like a damn manly man ! Im just breaking out but its clearing up and it dont even show dat much ugly asssss mofo

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      Please read and I will do my best to help you out :)

    How to get rid of bumps on my arms and elbows?
    I have very sensitive skin that gets dry really easily. I get these tiny bumps (they are skin-colored) around my elbows and on parts of my arm. They don't itch at all. I put lotion on them, but they won't go away. Does anyone know how to make them go away?

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      look up keratosis pilaris...it sounds like what your describing its quite common and you can see a dermatologist about it

    What are these bumps on my face?
    I have tiny tiny skin colored bumps on my face. It seems like they are under the skin and they are in clusters. You can hardly see them but I can feel them. What are they and how do I get rid of them?!

    *I pick best answers!*

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      You could wet a spoon, and put it in the freezer. When it's really cold, ice them and see if they disappear. If they don't, see a dermatologist.

    What are these little bumps on my face and how do I get rid of them?
    They're just tiny flesh colored bumps on my skin. You can pretty much only see them in direct light, but they bother me greatly hah.
    And I don't think they're acne, at least not the regular kind. They won't go away, and they don't hurt or have anything in them.

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      If you used any new skin cleansers or anything of that sort that could irritate your skin, your probably having an allergic reaction. :P
      If not, then gently cleanse your face, and keep it moisturized for a couple days.
      Don't moisturize too much, because it could dry out your skin.
      Other then that, I don't know.
      If it gets any worse, you should contact or make an appointment with a skin doctor.

    How can i get rid of tiny spots on the side and on my nose?
    They are tiny and you can only see them if you look very closely... They dont seem to be coloured.. theyre kinda my skin colour like bumps...im 11 - 15 years of age (not saying my exact age) theres millions of them and theyre scary!! are their any creams.facials...ANYTHING!?

    Please give full answers i need A LOT of information!!

    I need to get rid of them NOW.

    Thanks so much x

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    How to get rid of tiny bumps on my forehead?
    I have some littlw tiny bumps on my forehead thay arent red, whiye or black. Just my normal skin color. How do i get them to go away?

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      St. Ives makes apricot scrubs in different intensities that should take it away. If they're not bad, just use the mild one, but if they are, go with the invigorating. It works for me. :)

    Tiny little skin colored bumps on my face?
    After taking a closer look at my face I've noticed that I have tiny tiny little bumps the same color as my skin. They are around my nose (lots of them under too), sort of under my eyes (a little farther than that), down the bridge of my nose and near my cheeks. What are these? I don't really wear makeup (I occasionally wear BB cream for special events but that's rare) and I don't go out in the sun that much (I usually wear sunscreen), I don't get any acne anymore (though my skin gets really oily) and I cleanse my skin morning and night. What are the little bumps called and how do you get rid of them?

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    Small tiny skin colored bumps on my nose?
    I have these small skin colored bumps on my nose, there really small and not that noticeable but you CAN see them! THEY ARE SO ANNOYING! I've had them for 3 years now.So there not pimples.They look a bit like goosebumps but smaller.It's all over my nose! WHAT IS THIS ! PLEASE HELP!
    You can't pick it cause it's too small

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      Hi :) By your description I'm 90% sure that they are clogged pores. This happens over time if a person does not wash their face enough. Clogged pores can be caused from makeup not being removed after being put on. Anything from oily skin to liquid foundation can cause this. Remember to always take off your makeup!! I reccommend washing your face and putting 'Stridex' on your nose. DO NOT put Stridex on the rest of your face because although is promises to relieve acne or to clear pores, it GIVES bigger pimples. Stridex is GREAT for small things like this but TERRIBLE for putting on skin that is not already irratated. Also, 'Oxy Clean' is good for the entire face and I reccomend using Sensative for the entire face and Maximum for your nose. I hope things clear up. Hope this helps!!! Good luck. :)

    What are these bumps on my body?
    I get tiny little skin colored bumps on my wrists, hands, fingers and around my mouth and chin area. Whenever I feel them, I scratch them or bite them and it really takes a lot of force to burst them. The other day, I noticed I had one on my lower lip and scratched it and now it looks like a cold sore but those bumps never form oozing blisters like a cold sore would. What are they? Also, when I find these bumps, they are only ever single bumps, never clusters

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    What are these small bumps spread all over my hands?
    Hello, I was wondering if somebody could help me out. I have these very tiny, pimple-like bumps spread throughout my hands. Some of them in little clusters. They are skin colored and it seems as if there is nothing inside of them, like puss. They aren't very itchy, but are a nuisance. If you know how to treat this, can you please inform me how. Thank you for your time.

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      2.Dyshidrosis. Google images and dermnet.nz ...... does it look like this?
      It is allergy to a dermatophyte, which is any kind of skin loving bug. mold, yeast, bacteria, virus, parasite, pollen. It could be anywhere on your body. The rash on the hands is just a red flag. Usually this is very itchy. Go to dyshidrosis@yahoogroups for treatments and information.

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