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THIS IS NOT ACNE! Have you experienced this? | Cherie
THIS IS NOT ACNE! Have you experienced this? | Cherie
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THIS IS NOT ACNE! Have you experienced this?

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happygloww
For once in your life, you’ve probably experienced this weird feeling on your face! These small, red, bumps on your cheeks or forehead. You may think it’s a growing pimple. But it’s been a week or more and it’s still not gone! It’s never grown into that disgusting white, swollen volcano you call a pimple. Fear not! Your skin will get better because this is most likely a case of prickly heat rash. What is it? It’s a skin condition caused by blocked sweat ducts and trapped sweat beneath the skin. This is because of hot and humid weather. Symptoms -red tiny bumps -itchiness -prickly feeling *THIS IS SHORT TERM IT LASTS WITHIN DAYS TO WEEKS* I’m not saying you should stop exercising or not move at all! I’m saying you should always make sure you wipe that sweat away or take cool showers. I’m letting you know this because, I TOO, have experienced this recently. I thought it was my skin breaking out. But they never came to a pimple so I was scared my cheeks and forehead was going to be bumpy and feel like sandpaper forever. But I did my research and started paying more attention to what I do. Which came to realizing that after working out in the morning, I DON’T take a shower right away. I usually sit down and go through social media first. WORSE CHOICE POSSIBLE! So that ended up with all the sweat accumulated on my forehead to become into, yes, a heat rash. So I started a new routine, brought a towel to my daily workouts, and wiped them off every time I felt sweating a river. I made sure I DID NOT SKIP my skin care routine! MORNING AND EVENING! DID MY FACE MASKS! And I made sure my showers were JUST RIGHT, never too cold or too hot! The more you shower in hot temperature, the more it will worsen your skin and rash. If you take showers in hot temperatures, it will dry out your skin more!! And thankfully after around 2 and a half weeks, my face started feeling smooth again. I don’t see bumps anymore. What I’m trying to say is, don’t panic over a skin condition you encounter! Do your research, don’t skip your skin care, and sleep well! *The first 3 pictures are sample pictures of what a heat rash looks like* *I wish I had taken a photo when I had the rash! But my skin now is extremely clear ONCE MORE, so the last picture is my skin now after all the rash craziness* I hope this helps!
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