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How to get rid of pimples fast.Top 10 effective remedies.

Updated on June 3, 2015

In fact, pimples are the result of skin inflammation, in which excess sebum secretion by the oil glands becomes infected with bacteria and swell up. Unfortunately, it could affect anyone of us, even if one has absolutely perfect skin.

Quite often it could show up in the most unexpected moment. You can stand before the mirror and watch this disgusting pimple swallow up and redden, or try to take some easy steps to get relief fast.

Here are the top 10 remedies to get rid of pimples fast.


Ice is one of the most easy and effective remedy, that gives a momentary relief.

It quickly brings down the redness, swelling and improving blood circulation in the affected area, while removing dirt and excess oil.

Wrap the ice in a delicate and clean piece of cloth and apply it over your pimple for 20-30 minutes.

Further, you see the pimple will lose its redness and size, giving your skin a freshness and normal appearance.


Few drops of lemon juice work well on a pimple.

Lemon juice is extremely rich in vitamin C and helps pimples dry up faster.

Ensure you apply just fresh lemon juice and. not bottled juice, which has preservatives.

  • Dip a clean cotton swab in the juice and apply it to the pimple before you go to bed.
  • You can also mix lemon juice with cinnamon powder and put it on the pimple overnight.
  • However, it`s not the best remedy for sensitive skin, since it may cause irritation.


Most extraordinary, but very effective remedy to get rid of pimples

Apply some white toothpaste to the affected skin area before going to bed.

In the morning, wash your face with cool water.

If you wish, you can rehash the procedure in the daytime also. But be sure to hold it not longer than half an hour.


Salt is a very good natural antiseptic agent, promoting healing of pimples.

Washing with salt-water is very effective in removing oils and smoothig the skin.

Just dissolve some salt in lukewarm water and wash your face, leave it for 10 minutes and rinse off with cool water.

Soon You`ll feel an immediate relief.

5.Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is another excellent remedy. It has powerful antibacterial, skin-soothing qualities and ability to naturally eliminate bacteria.

  • Dip a cotton ball in tea tree essential oil and apply it on the affected area for 15 to 20 minutes. and then rinse it off.
  • However, it`s not the good solution of the problem, if you have a sensitive skin.

6.Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is rich source of essential vitamins, minerals, compounds, carbolic acid, amino acids, acetic acid, which helps to treat the acne viably.

Dip cotton ball in the apple cider vinegar and apply it on the pimples for as long as you wish

Soon You`ll say farewell to your annoying pimple!


Honey is a natural skin purifier, that shows phenomenal results in getting rid of pimples. it murders the bacteria, that cause pimples. Honey also keeps the skin healthy with the help of its hydrating properties.

  • .All you need is to apply some honey over your pimples and leave it on for as long as you’re able.
  • Then rinse it off with ordinary water.


Cucumber is rich in potassium and vitamins. It works great for cooling and soothing the skin.

Grind one cool cucumber, and put this directly on your pimple or over your whole face.Wait for it to set for 15-20 minutes. After getting dry, rinse it with cold water.

This will help in removing bacteria from your pores and reducing the redness of the pimple.


It may seem odd, but garlic is a great anti-pimple fighter, as it has powerful antiseptic and antioxidant properties, which can help quick reducing of pimples.

Cut a fresh garlic clove in half or mince it to form a paste.

Rub the garlic on the pimple and hold it for 5-10 minutes and then rinse off with cool water.


This tropical delicious fruit is prominent in removing dead skin cells and additional layer of oil from the skin. It reduces the inflammation and reduce the pimple.

Just crush a small amount of the fruit to form a paste, and then apply it on your pimple.

Leave it for 15-20 minutes, and then wash it off with cold water.

Be clean! Be beautiful!

Enjoy the benefits of natural treatment

You could choose any of remedies lsted above.

Be sure, all of them are indeed very hepful!

What do you prefer?

Which one You consider the most effective?

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