It feels like there is a hard lump that can move. Then it feels like acne, but it doesn't grow inside
This situation may be due to the inflammatory nodules formed after bacterial infection in the face. You can apply mupirocin cream or fusidic acid cream appropriately to improve the symptoms. If you can't stand it, you'd better go to the hospital for examination, clear diagnosis and treatment.
This case is considered to be sebaceous cyst. The cause of the disease may be sebaceous gland duct obstruction (the cause of blockage is not clear, which may be related to trauma and local chronic inflammatory stimulation), resulting in the deposition of sebaceous gland excretion disorder. If you don't feel uncomfortable, you don't need treatment. If it continues to grow, it can be surgically removed.
Sometimes shooting light affects judgment. Do you look in the mirror to see if there is redness and swelling in the appearance of the skin? If there is no redness and swelling in the appearance of the skin, consider that it is a subcutaneous lesion. Knead it gently with your hand. If it slides, it may be a subcutaneous fibroma or the like. Most of these are removed by some small outpatient operations or observed first, and the probability of benign lesions will be higher.