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Are they itchy or sore?
Thanks for the reply.
It looks like a bacterial infection.
I would suggest applying Neosporin ointment available OTC thrice a day for a week and take Panadol, clean the area with antiseptic and if it does not improve then see a doctor for examination and oral antibiotics.
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Infections can occur due to bacteria colonizing the blocked glands or small abrasions on the skin. It does not look anything serious so most likely it will improve with Neosporin available at the pharmacy without a prescription. You can clean it with alcohol swabs as well.
Take good care.
No worries, it does not look anything serious like that. Do not take the stress.