The first step to figuring out how to treat these skin lesions is to figure out what they are. Statistically, at the age of 14 you are much more likely to have acne
on your face than you are to have warts
. Some forms of acne can look like warts. Most acne comes in the form of white heads and black heads. However, some forms of acne can look more like warts. For example cystic acne, a very severe form of acne can look very much like warts. If they are warts, they could be caused by infection with one of the human papilloma viruses, though this would be unusual on the face. Other viruses can be the cause of warts as well, and the wart appearance can help tell what type of infection is present.
I suggest that you schedule an appointment with a dermatologist
. He or she will examine your skin and determine what these bumps on your face really are. If they are warts, then you will need to either have them frozen, or you will need to start a medicated cream. If they are cystic acne, then the treatment will be very different including creams and potential oral medications. Good luck.