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    These black spot-like things have been recently appearing on my face and they are not nice to look at. Some of them I can feel when I touch them but others are just under my skin. They are not beauty spots and I want to know how to get rid of them.
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    (Original post by Zarihhhx)
    These black spot-like things have been recently appearing on my face and they are not nice to look at. Some of them I can feel when I touch them but others are just under my skin. They are not beauty spots and I want to know how to get rid of them.
    If they're tiny little black dots (like the size of a pin) they're most likely blackheads. They're really common. You can Google various remedies, but it's best not to do anything like squeeze or scratch at them cos it can damage your skin.
    If that doesn't sound like what you're experiencing or you want some advice from an actual person you can pop into a pharmacy.

    Hope that helps
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    Thanks but I'm sure that they're not blackheads. I have tried lots of remedies like placing potato on it and apple cider vinegar etc. but this hasn't worked. Everyone says that it will go if I drink lots of water but this hasn't been helping at all
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    (Original post by Zarihhhx)
    These black spot-like things have been recently appearing on my face and they are not nice to look at. Some of them I can feel when I touch them but others are just under my skin. They are not beauty spots and I want to know how to get rid of them.
    the best way is to go to a pharmacist, I am sure they have experience and know what sort of treatment it needs.
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    (Original post by Myriam18)
    the best way is to go to a pharmacist, I am sure they have experience and know what sort of treatment it needs.
    Thanks. I'll see what they see and update you on the outcome
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    (Original post by Zarihhhx)
    Thanks. I'll see what they see and update you on the outcome
    Great and good luck can't wait to hear from you
 
 
 
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