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Aspirin Face Mask Risks and Dangers

Updated on December 28, 2011

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Aspirin Exfoliating Mask

I am just leaving a quick note on my experience with this treatment.

I tried this mask and it worked very well. After one application with a wait time of fifteen minutes all the accumulated dead skin cells were dissolved from my face, arms and bum. Well, not sure about my bum- it did feel softer though. The only bad thing is that the aspirin absorbs into your bloodstream. People have been reporting “unexplained” bruising while using the aspirin facemask. I would say those already on blood thinners should avoid this home remedy at all costs. If it is causing bruising I would say it will cause bleeding as well; especially with extended usage. This is not good so I will probably not use this skin treatment again.

If I ever do decide to use it, I will not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended dose for consumption for treating pain. Maybe I will do the occasional spot treatment with a few pills once a month (while never going over the internal dosage at any given time).

My next experiment with exfoliation will be using willow bark. Just have to continue with researching it before actually applying it to my body. Remember people; natural does not always mean safe.

I am not a doctor, nor am I trained to give medical advice. I simply post to my blogs with things I have or am trying. Use common sense and always ask your doctor AND (if you are underage) your parent’s permission before using any of the treatments I post.


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      T. klang 7 years ago

      Sounds like using the aspirin mask would be an excellent and relaxing way to chase off a stubborn headache.