Hello guys, I use to have troubled acne on my face on all over my back. Its getting better like. But for like about a year ago I got this boil like spot coming up between my eyes. It use to get full of puss all the time. But now it never does but its left a soft lump there. And its gone like a purpley colour. It knocks my confidence right off cause its so obvious. It seems like there is blood behind there or somethin. I tried making a hole with a needle but not much blood came out. I just dont know what this thing is. Has anyone ever had anything like this. It just feels like something has gotta be there for it to be lumpy and purplish. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks.
Please do not put a needle into any skin lession you will spread the infection and cause scarring. Try a product you can apply directly to the spot like those made by "Bye Bye Blemish" If you still have acne see your doctor for a stronger topical lotion or a course of antibiotics.
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