4 quick ways to shoo away your pimples

Shocked to find a pimple while wearing make up for a party? Is it right on the apple of your cheek? No, no, don’t squeeze it! Be very careful when it comes to pimples. A careless move will leave behind unwanted scars. Fast and easy treatment of pimples makes them look less severe and there you get an edge over others who have failed treating theirs.Here are 4 quick ways to shoo aways your pimples.

Ice ice baby! :

Before you treat your pimple with an ice cube warp the cube in a tissue paper or a thin cloth. Wash your face and place the wrapped ice cube on the pimple for about 20-30 seconds. The cool effect of the ice reduces the swelling and the redness of the pimple. It is also a wonderful treatment for the blemishes that have started appearing.

Triumphant tea tree oil:

Tea tree oil is good for pimples as it contains an anti-bacterial agent, terpinen-4-ol, that minimises the production of sebum thereby preventing the skin from being oily. Moreover, tea tree oil is good for all types of skin.

Beer it instead of bearing it:

Beer has properties that help in reducing the production sebum. It also helpful in treating the bacteria that spreads pimples. Wash your face with beer every night before going to bed. Exfoliate after the pimples dry up and see the magic!

Toothpaste magic:

If you do not have anti-acne creams at your disposal go for the daily dental product – toothpaste. Use a white or the blue gel paste. Apply it on the pimple and leave it overnight. Wash your face in the morning. Notice a gradual improvement.

Pimples are temporary pop ups. There are always ways by which you can prevent the appearance of these ugly little swellings. Keep your hands off your face. The bacteria on your fingers often result to the appearance of pimples. Keep your pillow case clean and drink lots of water. Water helps keep you skin clean as it flushes the toxins from within. A happy spotless face easily conquers the world.

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Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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