You can treat pimples with benzoyl peroxide. This will dry up the pimple. If the pimple leaves a mark on your face you can put fading cream on the mark.
Old school treatment ... a cotton ball and witch hazel daily keeps pimples away.
You should check with a dematologist for pimple treatment. Treating your pimples is of utmost importance, so that it doesnt get aggravated and cause further issues.
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You can find more information about pimple treatment by googling things like "acne" or "acne treatment". The best way I was able to treat pimples was with clean and clear.
Aid means to help, did you mean how to rid pimples. I wouldn't think you would want to have more pimples. aid means treatment is asked apply termaric paste for 5 minutes and wash face.
Pimples are pretty much caused by hormones which means you are growing up or sometimes it can be hereditary. You can prevent pimples if you use an acne treatment which are sold in most drug stores. I would recommend Proativ :)
You can use an acne treatment called proactive. I have heard it really works.
I dont think they can but if you are after popping a pimple then it will bleed. If you can see the blood before you popped it then I would advise you to go to your doctor to get a treatment for spots and pimples.
There is a few things you can get for pimples. The best selling product for pimple would be Proactive.
There are tons of remedies, over the counter products, and medical remedies available to completely banish your pimples. But every treatment doesn't work for everyone. So I would recommend the hit and trial method in order to find your best ever treatment method.
no it does not the only way to reduce pimples is wash your face,dont eat much sugar, and stay clean or try pimple treatment if it is bad.
You can get rid of pimples by using an acne treatment or cleanser. They are sold in drug stores and other stores. I would recommend using Proactiv or a good brand name acne cleanser :)
cauz they look like pimples
Scabby, itchy pimples in the groin can be herpes, folliculitis, fungal infection, or other bacterial infection. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
An adult can treat pimples just like a teenager would. Keep your face clean, use over the counter products such as Oxy or Clearasil. If the breakout is severe, you might want to see a dermatologist for treatment.
You do not get pimples from some one else. Pimples are not communicable.
A good cleanser depends on the type of acne. For blackheads, try a facial mask. For big, red pimples, try an on-the-spot acne treatment. Finally, make sure you wash your face twice a day.
Pimples are common during puberty, due to hormonal spurt. You do not look dirty, when you have pimples. Late teenagers go on thinking about the pimples only. Almost every body gets the pimples and that is certainly not a crime to have pimples. So do not go on touching the pimples and do not squeeze them. You look beautiful by smile of the face, even with pimples there on your face.
I do not recommend salt as a treatment for pimples. Keep your skin very clean, removing any layers of dead skin (this process is technically called exfoliation) and if necessary treat with benzoil peroxide, or any peroxide compound.
what are blood filled pimples
Pimples can appear anywhere on your body. Pimples can appear anywhere on your body.
chocolate does not give you pimples, its hormonal. normally when your stressed you eat chocolate and that's how you get pimples. hormones and stress give you pimples, NOT CHOCOLATE.
You get pimples and spots from not washing your face regularly or having dirty hands and then touching your face, and then this leads to black heads which then soon turn into pimples- that is how you get pimples.
Many different ways Wash it with gental soap and water Keep hair outta face Wash with cleansing pads
There is no scientific evidence to say so. But then, you have no contraindications for the use of this soap. You can try it. But do not stop the treatment of your physician.