Q: I have bumps on my forehead and no matter how much I exfoliate, they won’t go away. Help!
A: The forehead is part of the T-zone, a region of the face that produces more oil. This excess oil can get trapped under a layer of dry skin and produce bumps. These bumps may never form into pimples or blackheads but can be just as annoying!
Cleanse you face twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. Use a foaming cleanser with salicylic acid followed by a toner with glycolic acid.
Twice a week use a clay mask on the affected area to help to absorb the excess oil.
Have a professional cleansing facial that includes extractions every 4-6 weeks.
This routine will keep the skin exfoliated and diminish the appearance of the bumps.
Oily skin is a chronic condition that usually gets better with age but managing it requires consistency and patience.
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Thanks for the advice, the mask and the toner helped so much!