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Hiya guys, I have a flawless face but I keep getting spots on my back. I've been using neutrogena which has kinda helped - but not enough.
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(Original post by Da Mouse)
Hiya guys, I have a flawless face but I keep getting spots on my back. I've been using neutrogena which has kinda helped - but not enough.
They'll go with time
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:ditto: i get spots on the top of my arms sometimes but they go xxx xxx
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use oxy - don't know the name of the cream but it comes in a red tube. My mate used to have quite a lot of spots but they've cleared up after she has started using oxy
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my bro gets that he got some tablets from the doctrs which help!
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I used to have terrible spots on my back.

I didn't scratch, so luckily I have very few scars.

DON'T EVEN TOUCH THEM.


*ahem*
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A lot of people get them on their arms, I used to have them pretty bad but a thorough wash and exfoliate keeps them at bay.
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If they're bad go to the doctors, my friends got some tablets now and hes are clearing up a treat
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"you have a flawless face"?!

count yourself lucky young lady!
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I sometimes get them on the tops of my shoulders too. But they'll go, don't worry! Use some spot cream or something, it should help.
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Of course I didn't emphasise how nice my skin is facially. When I get my new Jean-Paul Gaultier foundation on I'll look the ****ing sh*t.
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"you have a flawless face"?!

count yourself lucky young lady!
Ah come on, your face is perfect...
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^^^Seconded
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awwwwwwwwwwwww

thanks guys! :love:
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Wash your conditioner out before using shower gel when you're in the shower...otherwise the conditioner can clog your pores and contribute to it.
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try Biotherms anti blemish solution it is like a mousse thing that you can clean your back (or other areas like the arms) with.
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Cheers guys!
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Sunbeds are supposed to be good. i know theyre not very healthy, but as long as you dont go on them for to long, and dont use them to often, the risk of them doing much damage isnt to bad i dont think.
Try using a body brush, or a loofah, and a body scrub. this sloughs away all the dead skin, and after a while you will see an improvement.
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I kinda have sensitive skin and using a body brush MIGHT iritate my skin. But I'll give it a go. Not scrubbing my back enough and not getting rid of dead skin might be the very reason why I still get spot on my back. Let me experiment
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(Original post by Da Mouse)
I kinda have sensitive skin and using a body brush MIGHT iritate my skin. But I'll give it a go. Not scrubbing my back enough and not getting rid of dead skin might be the very reason why I still get spot on my back. Let me experiment
If you have sensitive skin, maybe give the body brush a miss, this might bring your skin up even worse. i find that scrubbing my back makes such an improvement, because i get little spots on my back. if loofahs and body scrubs dont help, then try the body brush.
Have you used Quinederm cream? you can get it over the counter. its good, but quite strong, so dont use to much, esp if you have sensitive skin. just put a tiny, tiny dab on each spot, but dont rub it all over your back, its quite drying.
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