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Wow! How to get rid of acne overnight.

Updated on September 10, 2009

Wow! How to get rid of acne overnight.

Ahhhh! You are about to go out in public with your pimple face. That is so ugly! Ewwwww. What are you going to do? What are people going to say? You see all the other self conscious people out there trying to find the answer to their acne problem. They are all spending their life savings and really not getting all the help that they need. But there is an answer my friends. Hopefully it is within my how to get rid of acne overnight tips. Try them if they work, congratulations. If they don't sorry, well you aren't trying hard enough. Say, "Bye bye acne!"

How to get rid of acne overnight:
Consult your doctor before you try any of these tactics.

  • Use lemons to burn off your acne. Go to your local market and ask the customer service if they have any acne lemons. They may give you a weird look, but that is totally normal. They are just being mean because they probably do not have acne. They will eventually guide you to the lemon section of the store. Pick on up. Buy it and bring it home. Next you want to cut the lemon it half. Once the lemon is a half a lemon, take the flat side--the exposed juicy side--and start rubbing it all over your face. It may sting, but that just means it is working. I have to thank my Grandma for this remedy.
  • Make-up is your best friend. Run out to your drug store and find the best cover up. Make sure you get the cover up that matches your skin color--you don't want to look like you are wearing cover up because that is too uncool. Next, you want to cake on the make-up. This is the only way your acne will disappear. Remember, use half the bottle.
  • Wearing a Halloween mask is the best way out of all my how to get rid of acne overnight tips--believe me. If you are really self-conscious about your acne situation, go out and by a Friday the 13th, Jason, mask. The type of mask is really optional. Note that it doesn't really matter if the public outing you will eventually be a part of allows for a mask. Those are just guidelines. Also, if anyone makes fun of you, they are just being mean and unoriginal.
  • Sandpaper is not only good for sanding down wood. Go to the tool shed and pull from it the good old sandpaper. Cut a square that is 6" x 6". Next take that square with you to the bathroom and look in the mirror. Ahhhhhhhhhh! You have acne... Just kidding. We know that already. Now take the sandpaper and start scrubbing those pimples down. Remember not to scrub too hard because you might start bleeding. You are only trying to teach the acne who is boss by giving them a little hard time rub.
  • After you brush your teeth, start brushing your face. Apparently, toothpaste is an amazing way to get rid of your zits. I think it has something to do with the fluoride or...luck. Take that paste and rub it all over your face...then run out of the room you are a in and start screaming. You will scare the s*** out of everyone. After you are done being an ass, go to bed with your toothpaste mask. Make sure you don't roll onto your side. That will be a very messy pillow. You don't want to piss off your pillow. You don't want to do that. In the morning you will be surprised. You'll see...

This was how to get rid of acne overnight. These remedies have been handed down for ages; Grandmas have given it to Grandmas. You should really try combining all the techniques. This will probably get rid of the zits on your acne filled face faster. Good luck...save your face...ewwww...you.


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