Hello. I have a serious Problem. I have red bumps on my face that dont seem to go away. I have tried everything and nothing seems to work. I am not sure if its acne, a rash or if its something else. I have had these bumps for about a year now. They are small red bumps that come and go. The bumps usually leave after i pop them (very painful) but somehow come back after a few days. They are filled with blood, pus and a clear liquid.Not only do i have these bumps but the skin around them is very red; a reason why i think its a rash. I've tried not touching them, washing my face several times a day, changed my eating habits, used acne solutions and still nothing. I would really like to know how to get rid of them? I am considering Laser treatment but i thought maybe someone here could help me figure out what it is. I hope the Picture helps. They only appear on both sides of my mandible, except on my chin.
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