Skin Advice

MrsRobbo

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Hello,

can anyone give me some advice, I’m a little lost with why!!
I have never had spots on my neck and I am in my thirties (sigh) I get hormonal spots on my chin during the month.
But I have been getting the odd painful spot on my neck and I don’t know why?
Also I’ve had a little cluster on my neck since October and I can’t shift it. Sometimes it’s raised sometimes it’s just flat but red? I can’t cover them and it’s driving me maaaad

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shellygrrl

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Have you changed your skincare routine recently?

Are you able to see a dermatologist about this?
 

Elizabethjohan

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Drink water properly, at least 5 liters in a day, and try to checkup your skin with a good dermatologist also try good products for removing acne and pimples.
 

shellygrrl

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Drink water properly, at least 5 liters in a day, and try to checkup your skin with a good dermatologist also try good products for removing acne and pimples.

You do not need to drink five liters of water a day unless you're doing extreme manual labour. The idea that one needs to drink a crapton of water a day is something that has long been debunked.

And water intake does not prevent breakouts.
 

Maryy

Member
I think you need to see a dermatologist. He'll examine you and prescribe a treatment specifically for you, taking into account your skin type.
 

lapeuge

Member
If you're particularly worried about this spot on your neck or it hasn't gone away after 2 weeks, always get it checked by a doctor. There are also clinics that specialize in skin issues. I've recently addressed a clinic to remove a tag on my neck and I'm pleased with the result (you can click to find out more if interested). I know they offer a wide choice of services, including acne treatment, scar removal, etc.
 
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shellygrrl

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You should consult a dermatologist. Have you used any new products on your skin?

No changes?
I can’t find a good dermatologist and don’t want to be dramatic if it’s something simple
Thank you x

M MrsRobbo It's been a few months. Have you been able to sort this out?

Also, belatedly: it's not being dramatic to seek professional help about something that's an issue for you, especially one that's been going on for months.
 

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