The quest for perfect skin is not without its bumpy patches, so to speak. But no matter how many green juices we down in the pursuit of clear pores, there will always be missteps — like that big slice of pizza you couldn't resist at the 2 p. General life stresses, hormones , or any combination of factors can lead to not just a breakout but a huge, glaring mess of a zit on your forehead. When we need a quick solution emphasis on the "quick" part , we're sometimes tempted to fuss with the blemish. Don't do it! There are ways to get rid of a pimple without popping it.
So, You Have A Pimple? Here's How To Get Rid Of It
How to Instantly Get Rid of a Pimple (Cotton Ball Popping Method)
You know that technically it's not OK to pop a pimple. But there are few among us who haven't resorted to squeezing a blemish every now and again. So, if you're going to pop, at least know when it's OK to do so, the safest technique to use, and when to absolutely leave that blemish alone. Unquestionably, the safest thing for your skin is to keep a hands-off approach. Allow the pimple to heal naturally and try to avoid squeezing it. When you squeeze a pimple , you may be able to drain some pus. But as you're squeezing, that pus and the pimple's core a plug of dead skin cells and sebum isn't just pushing up and out of the skin—it's also being pushed down further into the pore.
How to Pop a Pimple and Extract a Blackhead
We've all been there — a giant and usually painful pimple pops up at the worst possible moment, and you want to get rid of it ASAP. The truth is, you really should wait it out or go to a dermatologist, said Dhaval Bhanusali , a dermatologist in New York. But what if you can't hold out for a doctor's appointment?
Searching for tips on how to pop a pimple is a little like going to your best friend for advice on how to text your ex. You know the answer is going to be "Don't do it", and yet you're probably going to anyway. So you might as well be informed about the best course of action for getting rid of a zit on your own. It's something Sandra Lee, M.