Please can anyone tell me how i can get rid of pimples??
Like a good product or something??
I need it as soon as possible!!!!
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
use oxy10 there in your local chemist
- 1 decade ago
I do not know how to "get rid" of them instantly.
You can get acne medication, such as benzoyl peroxide, or retin a or another prescription cream from your doc if you ask. These do take some time to work.
But if you are desperate for something FAST to hide a pimple because of a hot date or the prom, or pictures being taken, etc. there is a trick to take the red out.
Visene really does get the red out. just like in your eyes it reduces redness and inflamed little blood vessels, it also takes that red inflamed look from a pimple. It makes it less noticible.
Ice also will reduce inflammation.
Concealer will help some too.
Get a good acne cream and use it consistently, and cleanse your face well, and eventually you will not need emergency cover up measures.
Also be aware that pimples are cause by bacteria. Think about what is touching your face repeatedly that might be spreading the bacteria.
Change your pillow case regularly. Use clean disposable sponges or cotton balls to apply make up so you don't contaminate your make up with bacteria from your face, and re-spread the acne causing bacteria on your face every time you apply your makeup.
- 1 decade ago
Umm, ok. Well, It matters. Everyone is different. So, what I use might make you breck out. I suggest that you, wash your face, and make sure your getting Vitamin E. You will not see your face clean up in 10 minutes though, it takes sometimes 1-10 days to find a difference. I hope I could help you as much as possible. Maybe you should go to: www.google.com and type in "how to lose pimples in a day" I don't know if anything will come up because You usaly can't have pimples gone in a small amount of time. Have a great day!
Wish you luck!Source(s): Internet Future P.A.
- debijsLv 71 decade ago
Tea Tree Oil. This will get rid of a pimple in one two to days. Available at Walmart, drugstores, or any health food store. Dab it on once in the morning, and once at night.
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- 1 decade ago
there r ppl n professionals out there who says DO NOT SQUEEZ or TOUCH your pimple but for my case im the other way round.
ill squeeze whatever there is and dap it with a wet tissue, and put two spoons in the freezer to freeze em and after its freeze up just gently soothe the spoons on the pimple in circle motion to ease the swelling, and lastly put on a pimple cream.. which normally i wouldnt bother.
pimple creams actually dry out the pimple.. its really harsh. just leave it. i would just dap some face cream on the pimple.
i hope it helps~
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Talk to your doctor about what you should do for pimples. Usually there's a store near you that sells really good lotion for them.
- 1 decade ago
proactive sux had it for 4 months, it took some pimples away but i got more blackheads cuz it doesnt clean ur face... just wash with soap and water and use some alcohol based liguid
- 1 decade ago
Drink loads of water and there's that clearesil 3 day thing.
- 1 decade ago
clean and clear stuff there like stuff the dries out your face its in a little white tube w/ a flat bottom probably you can get it anywhere like krogers or myjer
- 1 decade ago
It is true treating pimples needs both patience and persistence, but sometimes time is the thing you are short of. You desperately need them off your face at any cost; the world seems almost cruel otherwise. You almost feel like tearing your hair out thinking of how to get rid of pimples overnight and it is for situations like these that there are over the counter drugs and ointments.
Here are quick and simple ways that we can care for our skin.
1. Nourish your skin by eating the proper foods. This means healthy and balanced diet. Healthy and balanced diet promotes our general well being and optimizes our body to function at its best. To have a healthy skin, eat plenty of seed food i.e. fruits that contain seeds, vegetables - organic vegetables are better as it contains additional nutrients
2. Drink plenty of water. The recommended eight glasses of water a day is essential in maintaining the skin’s elasticity and suppleness. Water also clears your skin and aids in the proper elimination of waste. Remember, less waste products in your body, more beautiful skin.
3. Exercise regularly. Exercise is good for our heart and body. Even our skin benefits with exercise by increasing blood circulation and thus bringing enough oxygen and nutrients to the rest of our body. Exercise also triggers the body to produce more sebum that is the body’s natural moisturizer.
4. Be smoke and alcohol- free. Smoking tends to destroy the Vitamin C in your body, damage the elastic tissues that keep skin tight. Drinking liquor on the other hand tends to expand your blood vessels causing red spots and itchiness on your skin.
5. Cleanse it. Cleaning plays an important part in the overall wellness of your skin. Experts agree that we should gently clean our skin; tone it; moisturize it; and exfoliate it.
6. Protect your skin. Harsh elements can severely damage your skin and can lead to irritation and infection. Wear sunscreen with at least SPF 15 every time you go out of the sun. For outdoor activity, use SPF 45 because you'll be perspiring, which dilutes the sunscreen. For those who are very fair, who have red hair, blue eyes and freckles, add a total block that contains titanium or zinc.
7. Rest. Get plenty of rest. You are giving your skin a time to rejuvenate and heal while you rest. Stress is extremely bad for your skin and body. It indirectly creates instability in your hormonal system, which in turn leads to more skin problems like breakouts and acne
You may decide that your acne problem is serious and wish to consult a dermatologist. Before visiting a dermatologist for the first time, it is good to know what to expect especially in the type of acne medication that he or she is likely to prescribe.
While seeking treatment, your dermatologist may prescribe you with more than one type of acne medication. This can be normal as acne is usually assessed on a-case-by-case basis. Therefore, acne medications that work for another does not necessarily imply that it will also work for you. Depending on the seriousness of your acne problem, your dermatologist may be prescribing you with a topical acne medication and/or a systematic approach to reduce the cases of flare-ups and inflammations.
A topical acne medication treatment is one that is applied on the skin surface. It can come in different forms; for example, lotions, gels, soaps and creams. Benzoyl peroxide is a common ingredient in the majority of acne medications as it helps in slowing down the activities of the oil glands in producing skin oil called "sebum". However, continued use of this acne medication may cause the skin to dry and crack up plus a possible irritation and burning sensation may be felt. But this can be resolved pretty easily through minimizing the level of usage of benzoyl peroxide.
It is important that this product is used over the infected area, not just directly to one or two individual pimples. Smearing and flaking are likely to carry the infection to other parts of the skin, like the back, shoulders and neck. So you have to be careful, when you apply this product.
Retin A, a derivative of Vitamin A is not a topical acne medication but it is noted to show great effects on the growth of acne. It works by drying the skin thus preventing new pimples form developing. However, it is suggested that if you should use this, you must at all times, stay away from the sun as this may only aggravate the skin condition.
Meanwhile, systematic acne medication is one that is taken internally to combat acne. It usually comes in the form of antibiotics. The type of antibiotic that you may use will depend largely on the severity of the case and your skin type. At times, you may be prescribed to use small amounts of antibiotic contents like that in Bacitracyn and many over the counter acne medications.
On the average, these acne medications may take six to eight weeks before significant developments take effect.
In certain cases, your dermatologist may prescribe you with hormonal acne medication reatment. The principle in most hormonal treatments is to control the release of hormones such as androgens and testosterone. This happens when the dermatologist decides that hormone imbalances is the cause of your acne.
Of course, it is always best to get a professional and qualified skin specialist or dermatologist for a proper diagnosis. Choose one that comes highly recommended by your friends and relatives. Spend time to search for a good dermatologist
- ELv 51 decade ago
Oh my gosh!!! Hurry get Proactive!