Get Rid of Pimples Permanently Naturally At Home


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inflammation? Here’s how dermatologists recommend getting
rid of that big ol’ zit as soon as possible — and avoid making it worse. 1. Hands off. All dermatologists agree that you should never,
ever pick at your pimple. We repeat: Do not pick at your pimple. “It may seem tempting, but remember that once
you’ve picked at an acne lesion, it will take longer to heal and is more likely to scar,”
warns dermatologist Dr. Doris Day, author of 100 Questions and Answers About Acne. Trust us on this one. 2. Get a little steamy. Heat is a super simple way to soothe your
skin if you feel a blemish coming on, says Dr. Margarita Lolis, dermatologist at Skin
and Laser Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey. “You can use a warm compress or steam to bring
everything to the surface,” she explains. And once your pimple appears, apply a spot
treatment. Alternately, you can use a cold compress to
bring down the swelling of a particularly large, painful blemish. 3. Don’t skimp on washing your face. “Your oil glands are active all day,” explains
Dr. Joshua Zeichner, Director of Cosmetic & Clinical Research in Dermatology at Mount
Sinai Hospital; when that oil combines with dirt, makeup and pollution, it’s not doing
your skin any favors. That goes double for workouts. “Sweat mixed with dirt and oil can become
trapped under wet workout clothing,” potentially worsening a breakout. “If you can’t take a full shower,” Dr. Zeichner
says, “at least use a cleansing towelette,” like Good Housekeeping Beauty Breakthrough
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Cloths. 4. Try the spot-treatment trifecta. On top of always washing off your makeup at
night, using the right moisturizer for your skin type, and keeping your fingers away from
your face, you can use a spot treatment to get rid of stubborn pimples. “Combine benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid,
and 1% hydrocortisone cream in a custom compounded acne spot treatment,” Dr. Zeichner recommends. “Benzoyl peroxide kills acne causing bacteria,
salicylic acid removes excess oil, and the cortisone cream reduces inflammation.” This way, you can treat your pimple by addressing
as many factors as possible. 5. In a pinch, get a shot. Have a really big event coming up? Then, you probably don’t have time to wait
and see if your blemish will disappear on its own. Consider seeing a dermatologist for an overnight
cure. “A cortisone shot is an anti-inflammatory,
so it treats the pimple itself,” explains Dr. Peredo. “If it’s a big, painful pimple, the cortisone
diffuses the inflammation and flattens it out, hopefully without leaving a scar.” Of course, this isn’t an easy, at-home DIY
fix. It should only be administered by a physician,
usually a dermatologist, and it is often covered by insurance if you have acne. 6. Adjust your regimen. If your breakouts are pretty frequent and
you’re sick of it, you may want to consider switching up your skincare routine. “Pick a cleanser that has glycolic or salicylic
acid in it, which you can get over the counter,” Dr. Peredo instructs. “Those with acne-prone skin may need an astringent
to degrease the skin, too — I like salicylic or glycolic, because they can help with the
scarring that could occur, as well.” 7. Skip the homemade recipes. While toothpaste, lemon juice and even Windex
have been cited as excellent at-home remedies for blemishes, derms advise against them. “Toothpaste is more complicated than it used
to be and can irritate or over-dry your skin,” warns Dr. Day. “Lemon juice is also irritating and wouldn’t
have any effect on the pimple itself.” And Windex — well, it’s glass cleaner. Don’t put glass cleaner on your face. 8. Go light on your makeup. Unfortunately, using heavy coverup to make
your blemishes visually disappear won’t make them physically disappear. “Use mineral makeup on your skin rather than
oil-based products that can contribute to breakouts,” recommends Dr. Peredo, adding
that oil-based foundation and concealer can be very occlusive. You can even do yourself one better and go
totally makeup-free for a few days — it could be just the break your skin needs to
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