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  Hunthas  |  17

#27 is right, a lot of people break out on one side of their face if they don't move around in their sleep and don't change their pillow case often

  leogachi  |  15

@2 This is the only possible choice Op can make.

By  iAlissa  |  34

Well, I guess to look on the brighter side of things, at least your whole face isn't like that.
However, the fact that it's only on one side is so bizarre.

  OysterPearls  |  33

I think the power of Clearasil or Neutrogen would work better. Use a gentle facial cleanser, exfoliate gently twice a week, and make sure to stay moisturized OP!

By  itsalanis  |  24

Oh hormones. How they've tormented every child throughout their adolescent years. I'm sure there's some solutions you can do in the meantime. Wash your face after a shower, resort to medicines when needed, etc. Eventually it'll clear out or be gone completely, just give it time.

  leogachi  |  15

@11 If you use a mild scented shampoo, you can wash your face in the shower.

  itsalanis  |  24

I do that. I have some mild dove head face, and after I wash my hair, I get a separate exfoliating cloth and gently go in circles on my face and forehead with the shampoo. Leaves my face smooth and oil-free, and I do it once every other day. c: