How to Get Rid of Cyst Pimples
Cystic acne is a type of acne in which the pimples form as hard, painful cysts under the skin, according to "Braun-Falco's Dermatology." Without treatment, these pimples can grow to be large and cover significant portions of the face. With proper daily treatment, however, these pimples can be treated and you can experience clear skin in six to eight week's time, according to "Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice."
Splash your face with warm water. This will dilate your skin's pores, according to "Handbook of Dermatology: A Practical Manual."
Cleanse your face gently with a facial cleanser, focusing on the areas of your face with breakouts.
Apply witch hazel to a cotton ball. Use the cotton ball to apply witch hazel to your pimples. According to "Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice," witch hazel is a natural astringent that will neutralize your skin's pH to prevent future pimples and kill bacteria causing the cystic pimples.
Allow the witch hazel to dry and be absorbed by your skin, which may take five to ten minutes.
Splash cool water on your face. According to "Braun-Falco's Dermatology," this will constrict your skin's pores, preventing further oil and bacteria from becoming trapped in your pores.
Pat your face dry with a towel. Avoid scrubbing your face, which can spread bacteria, according to "Handbook of Dermatology: A Practical Manual."
Apply a small amount of benzoyl peroxide cream to each of your pimples. Gently massage the cream into the skin over your pimples. According to "Braun-Falco's Dermatology," benzoyl peroxide effectively kills the bacteria that causes cystic acne.
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