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… into two categories: inflamed and non-inflamed. Non-inflamed acne breakouts consist of microcomedones, blackheads, and milia. These types of comedones are not red or painful. Symptoms of non-inflamed acne include bumps or bumpiness across the skin’s surface, or an uneven skin texture. Even if comedones are not readily visible, they will make the skin feel [...]
… tretinoin or benzoyl peroxide. Oily hair products may eventually spread over the forehead, causing closed comedones. Products that are labeled as noncomedogenic (do not promote the formation of closed pores) should be used; in some people, however, even these products may cause acne. So be careful with makeup.
… of acne spots occur, often at the same time. Non-inflammatory lesions: Open comedones (blackheads) Closed comedones (whiteheads) Uninflamed nodules (sometimes called cysts) Inflammatory lesions: Papules (small red bumps) Pustules (white or yellow ‘squeezable’ spots) Inflamed nodules (large red lumps) Secondary lesions: Excoriations (picked or scratched spots) Erythematous macules (red marks from recently healed spots, [...]