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  • What I found: The cause of pimples is unknown. The process by which a pimple develops is highly intricate. While we do know that a pore collapses on itself and blocks sebum (oil) from escaping, we do not fully understand why this process takes place in one sebaceous gland versus another. Causes of adult acne and teen acne may include hormones, diet, evolutionary biology, vitamin deficiency, stress, and more. The real explanation may be a complex mix of many of these factors. Since we do not know what causes pimples, our time is better spent finding a tested and effective treatment. What I would do is go to a dermatologist and have them diagnose your issue and prescribe the right treatments.
  • Sometimes when you use a new shampoo, this will happen. Your skin is used to the shampoo you usually use when it rinses onto your chest and back. If you recently changed it, your skin could be reacting to it.
  • bad food - eating lots of chemicals - spots on the back i think are a sign of poor digestion - if you drink lots of water - say 6 500ml bottles a day with natural foods - no additive filled rubbish for a week - your skin will be detoxed and flawlees hopefully - btw at first detoxing gives you more spots buts thats only because it is frocing all the bad toxins out of your skin :) :) after those spots you'll look great :) :) o ye - and stop picking your acne if that's why you still have spots too ! ! :) :)
  • Well, personally... I used to get those on my chest and back. A good acne body wash will help. I like Clean&Clear Deep Cleaning astringent. Pour some on a cottonball, and in a few days, they should be gone. When I started doing the tanning bed thing, all of it went away though. It basically removes impurities from your skin. Very important to shower afterward though.
  • They could be caused by stress, eating exotic foods sometimes. Drink alot of milk. 4,5 Glasses a day. I promise it'll help. If it doesnt, i'll come by & pay you personally lol. But yeah, drink hella lotta milk. White milk, prefrably cold.
  • not sure, go see a dermotologist about it

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