ok i have never had acne or pimples or anything like it but its starting to show that im gonna get them like im getting little bumps then you can feel but you cant see unless oyu look really really close and i was just wondering what i could do to prevent them from showing and to prevent them from comming back. ill rate for good answers thank you !
FREEZEPOP answered Monday August 8 2005, 9:14 pm: try some clearasil cream. i had little bumps on my fore head so i tried some of the clearasil cream and it made them go away. it cost about... 5 dollars. hope i helped ♥ Brittany [ FREEZEPOP's advice column | Ask FREEZEPOP A Question ]
azngemini answered Monday August 8 2005, 8:22 pm: i have proactiv and it really helped my acne. if you dont want to buy something that pricey, then visit your local pharmacy/drug store or like Target or walmart because they sell a lot of over the counter acne products that can help you. a lot of people use oxy pads maximum stength and i've heard that it works really well to treat and prevent acne. if you have like small spots or somethin on your face, then you should get a spot treatment from clearasil ultra. there's this really good spot treatment from stridex, it's called fruit therapy, but they dont seem to sell it anymore.
acne is usually hereditary, and the only way to prevent it from appearing on your face is by just using some anti-acne products and by washing your face 2-3 times a day. a lot of people think that you'll get acne from eating greasy things or chocolate, but that's total bs. a lot of doctors and dermatalogists have proved that diet doesnt affect your acne. just try to take care of your skin and you'll be fine
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