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    the title says all.
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    Captain Obvious would suggest an anti-spot cream. :facepalm:

    Clearasil or OXY.. something like that.
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    Your doctor sucks.
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    oh, sorry no idea
    i thought the title read
    "sports embarrass me" lol
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    change the shampoo, in Vietnam we have a kind of fruit for this but I doubt you can find it here. The secret is keep the head clean as much as you can
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    If it is just on the back of your neck nath is right, use a anti-bacterial shampoo and keep your hair short. Also wash your face with whatever you wash your face with. If this doesn't work you benzoyl peroxide which will work but will bleach your clothes.
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    where can i find these anti spot cream? boots?
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    go for some T Gel Shampoo, you can get different kinds for different needs, ie dry scalp.
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    (Original post by Kd3239)
    where can i find these anti spot cream? boots?
    Yes, benzoyl peroxide creams are the most effective (get a 5% one like quinoderm 5, they aren't as harsh on your skin) you have to ask for it over the counter (the pharmacy bit) but it bleaches most coloured fabrics. Salicylic acid is pretty effective to, you can get it off the shelf (Garnier pure A and Clean & Clear dual action moisturiser are the ones I've tried and they are pretty good).
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    You can also try toothpaste. Though a word of warning, depending on the type of toothpaste your skin could go sore & red. But it worked when I had spots. Make sure you wash your face with near to boiling water.
 
 
 
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