how to remove pimples easily?
I have pimples on cheek and i wish to remove it but it couldnt i have tried so many creams n products but it is still not going
To speak from the point of view of a person with a similar experience I have witnessed that there are labor saving creams and concoctions that are developed to repress the process. To simply remove or treat the pimple would require keeping the sebaceous glands which produces the sebum from accumulating dead skin clean.... in short it would require keeping our facial area washed/soaked with hot water thus altering the affect of the accumulation
i always popped them w/o any problem. i then clean the spot w/ alcohol & a rough washcloth
I've had terrible acne in the past...
1) if they are little red and annoying and not painful at all - just unflattering... I suggest a daily scrub (it's not like pumishing your face or anything! it's just more of a proactive approach), St. Ives is good, although I like the Walgreen's genertic version of it better.
2) if they are big and white - pop them just enough for the yellowy/clear stuff to escape and not bleed (this may take some practice)
3)If it's a stubborn one that under the skin and hurts but won't pop as much as you try; buy really cheapo toothpaste and put it on and let it completely dry - the next morning it should have come to a 'head' and will be poppable!
Message me back if you want more ideas... I've had acne for close to ten years now even though I'm turning twenty in less than a month!
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