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getting rid of those "lumps" under the forehead (spots, but not quite spots) watch

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    i suffer from those little dots/spots all over the forehead, and when stood under a light they're really exaggerated.

    anyway, i've been using "brevoxyl 5%" cream for a couple of weeks, and they've completely vanished! seriously, not a lump in sight. at the start i went a bit OTT and applied it like 3/4 times a day, and it totally dried out my skin, not good. so i stopped using it to let my skin go back to normal, and started using it twice a day as instructed, and i can't believe the difference. you might need to use moisturiser aswell though (i do, even though i have oily skin, but it balances it out).

    i've got blackheads on my chin aswell, i'm going to see if it works on these- i'll keep you updated!

    if you've got the same problem, try it!
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    Oo thanks, I might try that. I've been trying everything to get rid of mine.

    Where can I get that cream from? Is it possible to just buy it from Boots or Superdrug or do I need to go to my GP?
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    (Original post by sparkly_woo)
    Oo thanks, I might try that. I've been trying everything to get rid of mine.

    Where can I get that cream from? Is it possible to just buy it from Boots or Superdrug or do I need to go to my GP?
    i got mine from express chemist

    http://www.expresschemist.co.uk/prod...cream-40g.html

    hope it works for you!
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    I might give this a go. I started using freederm about a fortnight ago but it doesn't really seem to be helping with my breakouts.
 
 
 
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