Many people might get away with not having a full on acne break-out, but oftentimes they’ll at least get one pimple of their face. I know that when I was a boy I had the most annoying one on my chin. I tried many of my own “home-made” techniques which just made it worse. But now that I understand the biology behind spots, I’d like to introduce you to some ways that you can safely get rid of them.
Before we get into the techniques for getting rid of your spot. I need to quickly talk about the one thing that you should never do in your position. At the moment you have just one pimple that needs getting rid of. If you follow the advice in this article, that should be easy. But whatever you do, don’t try and squeeze it and “treat” it that way. Or else you’ll end up pushing all the sedum under the skin and causing an acne breakout.
With that said, lets get started. The first thing you need to do is wash your hands with soap and make sure that they are as clean as possible. This way you can get away with gently touching the infected area without making it worse. Then, you want to wash your face with warm water and more soap.
Next, gently dry your face with a clean towel. Then you’ll need to get hold of some benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid lotion that you’ll need to apply to your face. Be careful when your doing this because you don’t want to treat your pimple roughly or else you can inflame it and make it a lot worse.
Once you have completed that, you should search for the ingredients and method for making a dermabrasion which will treat the infection and hopefully soothe the redness. Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to get some clean cotton wool, plasters or tissue and stick it over the pimple for the night.
In the morning, the pimple should have just about gone. And even if it hasn’t just yet, it will be on it’s way out. If it still has redness then apply more of the dermabrasion and if it has dry skin around it, then moisturize it again and wrap it up.
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