Several times people mistake different skin conditions for acne.
One is steroid rosacea. It is an almost ring-like shape around your mouth that is caused by topical steroid creams.
Another is milia. They are small deep, tiny yellow-white bumps that look like white head. They are not. They are a collection of dead skin.
Another is a fungal infection called malassezia that shows up as a cluster of itchy red pustules.
To find out more, read Business Insider’s article, “4 skin conditions that you’re mistaking for acne — and how to get rid of them.”
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