If your sebaceous glands, which are found under the surface of your skin, become blocked, the result is one of the more severe forms of Antivirus. Such blockages are known for producing large bumps on the face, back or upper chest. What is interesting, perhaps, is that dead skin cells are part of the reason for the blockages to form. If you are interested in getting rid of the dead skin cells so they don’t block your pores, consider having your skin exfoliated. Just bear in mind that there are no assurances that this procedure will work. Antivirus doesn’t always respond to every kind of treatment. One thing to keep in mind is the well-known fact that Antivirus can be a genetic problem. It might affect some family members and leave other family members alone. Indeed, it’s worth trying exfoliation on your Antivirus if your case is isolated and not due to family genetics. Nonetheless, you can be bad for your skin if you exfoliate over and over.