6 Simple Ways to Get Rid of Pimples Without Popping Them


On the eve of your job interview, your first meeting with your in-laws, or that important event you've been looking forward to, you feel a mild pain on your forehead or the tip of your nose, and when you look in the mirror, there's a huge red pimple staring right at you! It's too late to see a dermatologist now, and you don't want anyone looking at the blemish on your face. If this describes you, don't worry; in this article, I'll show you how to get rid of pimples quickly. But first, what exactly is a pimple?

Because a pimple is one of the symptoms of acne, it is sometimes incorrectly used to refer to it. It is an inflamed area of the skin with hair pores clogged with sebum (oil produced by sebaceous glands) and dead cells as a result of pore blockage. Because it is a very common skin condition, it is expected that several claims of DIY (Do it yourself) treatments will be made.

While research on the current treatment options is still ongoing, several have proven to be beneficial in removing these unsightly bumps from your face. Prepare to be amazed as I share these techniques with you.


6 Quick Ways to Get Rid of Pimples

Before you go ahead and read about the various ways to get rid of pimples fast that I'll be sharing with you, it's important to understand that there are different treatments for different skin types, so if you notice any unwanted side effects, it's best to stop using that method.


Let's take a look at the methods now!

1. Put some ice on the pimple.

This is especially useful if the pimple is painful, red, and swollen, which are signs of inflammation. The inflammation is reduced by wrapping some ice in a clean cloth and applying it to the inflamed pimple(s) for a few minutes. However, this is usually a temporary solution to the problem.


2. A Crushed Aspirin Paste Can Remove Excess Oil From Pimples

Acetylsalicylic acid is the active ingredient in aspirin. It is comparable to salicylic acid, an anti-inflammatory ingredient found in many skin care products. While this removes excess oil and dries the skin around the pimple, there is no clear evidence that it treats acne.

To do this, make a thick paste by crushing an aspirin tablet or two and mixing it with water. Apply the paste to the pimple, wait a few minutes, and then rinse with lukewarm water.


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3. Cortisone Injection Produces Rapid Results

Some home remedies may not provide the immediate results you require, especially if the pimples are painful and large. Cortisone injections into pimples help to reduce inflammation and the size of the pimples. Because cortisone is a steroid, improper use can result in unwanted side effects. As a result, your dermatologist is the best person to do this for you.


4. Make use of an OTC pimple treatment.

Over-the-counter pimple treatments include gels, ointments, creams, and even soaps. It is not surprising that there will be counterfeit products, so to get the most out of it, stick to the ones prescribed by your dermatologist.

The active anti-pimple ingredients in those products are benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid, so you should check to see if the product you want to buy contains them.

The end result of using such products is usually a reduction in excess skin oil and the removal of dead skin. A solution containing benzoyl peroxide can also kill the bacteria that causes acne.

Skin irritation is a common side effect of over-the-counter acne treatment and sometimes, skin dryness. If you notice any, please discontinue usage of the product and consult your dermatologist.


5. Overnight, apply toothpaste to the pimple.

While toothpaste was not designed to treat pimples, most of us are familiar with its use for this purpose. Apply toothpaste to your pimples and leave it on overnight. Continue as needed, but discontinue use if skin irritation occurs. However, toothpaste containing gel is not recommended for use on the face.


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6. Tea Tree Oil Spot Treatment

Tea tree oil has the advantage of not causing undesirable side effects such as skin irritation and drying, as seen with most over-the-counter pimple removers containing salicylic acid and/or benzoyl peroxide. It reduces inflammation while also combating pimple-causing bacteria.

Mix tree oil with water and use a cotton swab to apply directly to pimples. It should be repeated as needed.


Other Quick Ways to Get Rid of Pimples

  • To conceal pimples, apply non-comedogenic makeup containing salicylic acid.

  • Apply an acne-fighting exfoliating and anti-inflammatory face mask.

  • Aloe vera gel, for example.


When to Consult a Dermatologist

Sudden eruptions of a few pimples can be treated at home using the basic tips provided in this article, but if the pimples are recurring or are not responding to treatment, it is best to see a dermatologist for proper evaluation and treatment.


How to Avoid Getting Pimples

Knowing how to get rid of pimples quickly is important, but so is knowing how not to do it.

I understand how tempting it is to pop a pimple; I've been there. You should always resist the urge to do so because it will aggravate the situation by making the pimples redder and larger. Not only that, but it can leave unsightly scars on your face.


Conclusion

Now that you know how to get rid of pimples quickly, you should be aware of the various causes of pimples so that you can maintain a smooth face.

Have you tried any of these or other methods not listed here? Please tell us about your experience in the comments section below.


Thank you for your time.


FAQ


How can I get rid of pimples quickly?

Applying tea tree oil, over-the-counter anti-pimple creams, toothpaste, or benzoyl peroxide to your face at night can improve the condition of your face in the morning, but there is no guarantee that the pimple will disappear completely.

Is ice effective at removing pimples?

When trying to get rid of pimples quickly, ice is a good option. It helps to soothe the skin and reduce the inflammation caused by the pimple. Wrap some ice in a cloth and gently press it against the pimple.


How can I get rid of pimples naturally and permanently in one day?

A one-day appropriate pimple treatment is sufficient to see significant results, but not always permanently. To achieve long-term results, you must take extra precautions such as changing your pillowcases, avoiding unnecessary hand-to-face contact, and so on.

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