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Hey!

I was just wondering about my current skin condition. I am an 17 y/o male which in the past 2-3 months have had this skin condition. I thought it was just regular teenage spots, however I think it could be something more than that. It doesn't look like its getting better or improving anytime soon. I thought maybe acne? If so, does anyone have any advice or tips with skin care?
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Apply a tea tree based foam or face wash to your face this will cleanse the skin and purify the layers.

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That's acne mate get what I advised apply it every 2/3 days.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hey!

I was just wondering about my current skin condition. I am an 17 y/o male which in the past 2-3 months have had this skin condition. I thought it was just regular teenage spots, however I think it could be something more than that. It doesn't look like its getting better or improving anytime soon. I thought maybe acne? If so, does anyone have any advice or tips with skin care?
If it's acne I'd advise getting a good skincare routine... I use a cleanser and moisturiser twice a day when I wash my face and spot cream/tea tree oil on any spots I get. Drinking lots of water, having a good diet and exercising all help a hell of a lot too of course... just generally having a healthy lifestyle. (Easier said than done I know.) When I was 17/18 I had a few months of pretty bad spots but since I've found a skincare routine that suits me I don't get spots very much anymore and when I do they tend to be pretty tiny.
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Use a product with salicylic acid e.g. clearasil ultra rapid pads to clean your skin each night. This will act as a chemical expoliant which will help unblock your pores and reduce any scarring the acne leaves. But make sure to use a good non-comedonic moisturiser e.g. cetaphil as this can dry out your skin. If all else fails don't be afraid to see your GP who can prescribe medications to help.

Source: http://reddit.com/r/skincareaddiction
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