See a dermatologist, they have different things that can help that over the counter ptoducts are like 10% of the strength. You may have to take medication to help with the acne or it may be some other treatment. Like dietary change.
Unfortunately school is survival of the meanest. I was bullied, hit, shoved, spat on, called every name in the book including stretch, zit face, Rocky, Amazon, Zulu warrior bi*ch and any other cruel retort these morons could muster.
It was at our 40 th reunion where most these people were fat, had started schlepping when they walked, were limping, bald and just plain ugly. It seems their insides grew and attached themselves to their outward appearance, some were unrecognizable as they had the lovely hair, great complexion, great clothes etc. when they were I school. The nice kids and the kind students changed some up not near as much as the bullies had.
It is a long time for you to wait but keep waiting, keep this in mind, ugly on the inside becomes ugly on the outside, the more people taunt you the more miserable they feel about themselves on the inside, makes them feel good just to make you feel so miserable.
What helped me in school besides try to clear up the acne was to ignore the taunting, it’s hard to do, it if you act as if you don’t care they will move on to the next person that shows fear or emotion. Pretty sad to think they have to be so nasty to feel good about themselves, be grateful your not one those jerks.
I also wrote an anonymous letter in the school paper what it felt like to be picked on because I was different. I made it a general statement, such as if I was I a wheelchair would you think it so fun to shove me down the stairs, if I was fat would you think it was cool to keep pushing in pins and using pen knives to pop me and watch the air rush out. If I was too tall would you break my legs so badly they would need amputating so I would be as short as you just so you felt better ether about yourself?
Why is anyone so different when they have thinning hair, are shorter than the average person, thinner, fatter, taller? If they wear glasses would you run up and break a pair a day just for kicks? Does this make you eel so good about yourself eery day, proud what you do. Do you tell your parents how many people you ridicule every day?
Those of you that have problems like wearing glasses, wearing braces, learning disabilities, acne, height or weight issues, come from a poor family, would of want to be targeted so badly on a daily basis, taunted, shoved,pushed, hit, your thighs ruined, your clothes ripped and so forth that you hated going to school, you made the person you taunt so upset and felt so out of place that they committed suicide. Would knowing you are the one pushing someone you own age so hard and mercilessly that the only way they knew to stop he embarrassment and hurt and ridicule was to kill themselves?
Now think of a family member, a sibling, father, mother and someone kept telling them how ugly, worthless, freakish they were and they committed suicide, would it be as fun then? Would you then run out and find another victim to taunt? Wold it be just as fun?
I don’t remember the exact words it that was pretty much it. We had a boy with CP and another in a wheelchair, up until the school letter came out they were taunted, shoved, spat at, called retards and their lives were generally hell. about a week after the article the ugliest bullies pretty much shut up. When they thought of someone taunting them or their family it wasn’t funny any more, they just never thought about it before.
Good luck, see a dermatologist as they specialize in skin problems including acne. Talk to your parents about that and the fact your bullied. Yes it’s embarrassing but they won’t know it’s an issue unless you tell them, they are there to help you.