How to Get Rid of Blind Pimples
According to American Academy Of Dermatology, acne is a skin condition that affects most people to some degree as they pass through their teenage years, and for some, long into adulthood. Acne is caused by overactive sebaceous glands under the skin that produce excess amounts of oil and clog the pores. These blocked pores can then become inflamed and either turn into a pustule--better known as pimple--with a white, puss-filled center, or a papule--better known as a blind pimple--which is a inflamed raised spot on the skin with no head. Home remedies exist which can help to reduce the appearance of blind pimples.
Put several drops of tea tree oil on a gauze pad and then apply to the blind pimples. Leave for five minutes before rinsing off. Repeat three times a day for several weeks to see results. Besides its soothing and cooling of the inflamed skin, tea tree oil also has antimicrobial qualities which will cleanse deeply, removing the dirt and bacteria causing the inflammation.
Treat the blind pimples with lemon juice. Dip a gauze pad into the juice and then apply to the inflamed area. The citric acids work both as a bleach to fade the redness of the pimple and as a cleanser to remove bacteria and dirt.
Blend an apple into pulp and then mix with 4 tbsp. of natural honey. Apply to the blind pimples. Leave for 10 minutes before rinsing. Honey contains both antimicrobes to remove bacteria and dirt, and enzymes which help the body in its natural rebuilding of damaged tissues. Apple is very high in malic acid, which is known for promoting smoother and firmer skin.
Treat your blind pimples with aloe vera. Take a leaf from an aloe vera plant and slit it open down the stem. Scrape out the contained gel and then apply to the inflamed area. Leave on for 20 minutes before rinsing. The blind and swollen acne lesions will be soothed and cooled while aloe vera's healing properties help the body rebuild damaged tissue.
Apply milk to the blind pimples using a gauze pad and leave on for 10 minutes. Milk has a high alpha hydroxy acid content, also known as AHA. As well as cleansing the pores, these acids burn away the outermost layers of dead skin cells and remove dirt and oils, which helps to prevent further pimple formation.
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