Oh No Another One and It Hurts - Remedies for Facial Pimples

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  1. reggieTull profile image60
    reggieTullposted 9 years ago

    Oh No Another One and It Hurts - Remedies for Facial Pimples

  2. aidenofthetower profile image79
    aidenofthetowerposted 9 years ago

    No one likes dealing with acne or pimples. Not only does it hurt, but it often makes you self conscious and feel bad about how you look. However, you can begin to treat your acne and make a difference in how your skin looks, without breaking the... read more

  3. gr8archer45 profile image75
    gr8archer45posted 9 years ago

    There's not a worse puberty crisis then spotting a huge zit on your face just as you were getting ready for that much awaited party. There are many tips & tricks both commercial & herbal to fix such skin problems. Piling up concealers or pricking... read more

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    James Starcevicposted 9 years ago

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  5. JULIACOUTURE profile image51
    JULIACOUTUREposted 9 years ago

    Since I have really dry skin i don't usually break out. But, when i do i usually get rid of it as fast I can !

    A good trick is if you have really oily skin, you can go to sephora and buy those sheets of paper that absorbs oil and apply cream for oily skin everyday twice a day. ( Morning and Night )

    If you was your face everyday and make sure that you control the oiliness of your skin daily you should have no problems control your acne as well.

    If you do still have problems with your acne, you could look further into buying acne resolving creams such as PROACTIVE. My friend uses it and all her blemishes are gone and her pimples don't come back. Her face is now really clear and she has really great skin. Although it is an investment, it really works.

    If you are not too sure of T.V products, i would say that proactive really works and i suggest that people should get it if they really need it. Don't waste your time at your doctors just for them to prescribe you creams that are worth more then you bargend for !

  6. izahan profile image55
    izahanposted 8 years ago

    Below are some tips to avoid or at least reduce the pimples:

    1. Keep you hands off of your face. This is extremely important.

    2. Wash your face gently with warm water and a soft wash cloth 2-3 times a day. Do not use a tough wash cloth.

    3. Customize your cosmetics with your skin type. If you have oily skins, then use cosmetics for oily skin.

    4. Dry our face using a clean fresh towel after bathing or washing the face.

    5. Always wash your face before going to bed so that the skin regenerate well.

    The above tips are surely helpful in reducing pimples.

    Get more tips about pimple here, http://lets-get-rid-of-pimple.blogspot.com/

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    missmelindajposted 7 years ago
  8. radhikasree profile image53
    radhikasreeposted 6 years ago

    Pimples always plague each man and woman with their unappealing effects on the face. 10 natural remedies to heal pimples are being discussed here. read more


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