I had one of these too. For 2 or 3 years it grew, popped, and healed, then repeated the process. Had to have minor surgery to remove a root and cyst the size of a golf ball. After that, never gave me any trouble.View Thread
So i tried tweezing my bikini area the result was these two really bad ingrown hairs. the top one in the picture grew and pussed, then popped and i thought it was done, but then it grew into a lump with no head. it's just hard. I've been trying to exfoliate the area but nothing to far. View Thread
Since moving to a tropical country, i've started to develop small areas that look like they have perpetual goosebumps. They are not red or itchy, nor are they very rough to the touch. Gradually the little patches have enlarged and connected to cover all of my upper arms and shoulders. I don't know if this is due to a tropical fungus or diet deficiency. Please help with a diagnosis and how to get rid of this. i've had this for about 5 years.View Thread
Since moving to a tropical country, the skin on my arms have started slowly to grow little patchs of discolored skin that looks like perpetual goose bumps. Gradually these patches have grown and joined to cover my entire arms ans sholders. I don't know if it's some kind of tropical skin fungus or a diet deficiency. I've researched Keratosis pilaris but with mine there is no redness. it does not get better or worse by the season. Please help, i'm tired of being asked if i'm coldView Thread
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