Hi, so I'm 18 years old and I just finished my summer vacation and in that summer my skin cleared up already and no real pimples came out. However, when I went out with my friends last Thursday, I wore foundation and I sweated a lot that day and when I came home I had one pimple on my right cheek already. Fast forward to the first day of school and I had another pimple pop out on my right cheek, and now they are 4 (the other two are just mild though, they're not even red so I'm not touching them). And the 4 pimples on my cheek are just in like one area on my cheek. I don't have any other pimples on my face just that. Please help!
Try neem soap. Be careful with the sunscreen you use on your face. Aveeno makes good facial sunscreens. You can use white vinegar as an astringent at night. If it is too drying or causes too much redness, cut it with a little witch hazel so it's not as strong.
Besides neem soap, there are other neem products you can buy on line specifically for acne.
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