Okay so I got the greek genes and have a mass amount of hair on my back. My girlfriend and I thought we would try waxing it( We used cold wax and the hair was easily an inch long, needless to say it hurt more putting the damn wax on) . She's never had a problem with it, and I just thought it would be funny to do (because I don't think half the time). Anyways we did it, and without reading precautions. Right afterwards we went for a bike ride and when we came back, my skin was all irritated so she put moisturizing lotion on it (Another big mistake). Now I am broken out on my back like a teenage boy going through puberty. I have easily over 50 pimples and I have no idea of how to get rid of them. I'm showering twice a day to try and keep it free of sweat. FYI I don't get acne. This isn't something I'm prone to. What do I do?
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