Are you tired of those tiny bumps on your buttocks and back? Here are 6 ways to get rid of them

Back and butt breakouts are very common. They are rarely truly acnes. Most often it occurs due to inflammation around hair follicles known as folliculitis. Wearing tight-fitting clothes or waxing can irritate the skin and cause breakouts.

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You can get rid of them naturally at home or chemically treat them by washing regularly with benzoyl peroxide. Here are a few ways to get make the surface clean and smooth.(Unsplash)

You can get rid of them naturally at home or chemically treat them by washing regularly with benzoyl peroxide. Here are a few ways to get make the surface clean and smooth.(Unsplash)

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Shower after workout: Make sure to open your workout clothes immediately after you are done and directly hit the shower. Leaving sweat on your skin for long hours can trigger acne.(Unsplash)

Shower after workout: Make sure to open your workout clothes immediately after you are done and directly hit the shower. Leaving sweat on your skin for long hours can trigger acne.(Unsplash)

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Use zinc creams: Zinc is an essential nutrient that your body needs. It helps in protecting your immune system by fighting off harmful cells.(Unsplash)

Use zinc creams: Zinc is an essential nutrient that your body needs. It helps in protecting your immune system by fighting off harmful cells.(Unsplash)

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Tea tree oil: This has been used as a natural remedy for many years to treat different skin infections. Study suggests that it is almost as effective as benzoyl peroxide for treating acne since it kills bacterias.(Unsplash)

Tea tree oil: This has been used as a natural remedy for many years to treat different skin infections. Study suggests that it is almost as effective as benzoyl peroxide for treating acne since it kills bacterias.(Unsplash)

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Wear loose-fitting clothes: Wearing tight clothes can rub the bacteria back to the pores leading to breakouts.(Unsplash)

Wear loose-fitting clothes: Wearing tight clothes can rub the bacteria back to the pores leading to breakouts.(Unsplash)

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Saltwater solution: Mix 1 tablespoon of table salt with 2 cups of water and apply the solution with a soft clean cloth on the affected areas.(Unsplash)

Saltwater solution: Mix 1 tablespoon of table salt with 2 cups of water and apply the solution with a soft clean cloth on the affected areas.(Unsplash)

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Gently exfoliate: Do not rub the surface of your skin with harsh scrubbers. Instead, use gentle exfoliators like salicylic acid or lactic acid to avoid buildups.(Unsplash)

Gently exfoliate: Do not rub the surface of your skin with harsh scrubbers. Instead, use gentle exfoliators like salicylic acid or lactic acid to avoid buildups.(Unsplash)

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