I'm sure you've tried the many different face washes out there but if you consume a lot of chocolate and other caffiene sources then cutting down on those really could help.
Depending on your age though it can be entirely down to your hormones and you'll simply have to wait to outgrow them, but I've found that washing your face a good few times a day with nothing but hot water and then swilling it with cold water really helped me get a much better complection after a couple of weeks, so it's worth a try.
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i recommend a good benzoyl peroxide/salycic acid face wash... usually good for oily skin (like teenage). a bunch of my friends (guy and girl) and I use proactiv. expensive but it works for some. but first try some clean and clear/neutragena/oil of olay etc. type of wash for a few weeks before spending all that money.
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