Good morning! You wake up, get ready for the day, one last look in the mirror, and…ugh. A zit! Time for a little pimple popping to get that thing taken care of once and for all? Maybe not…
If you have observed that you have white pimples on your face, your first urge might be to pop them. This would be a big mistake. This would only cause your skin to scar and the bacteria inside the pimple to spread to other skin areas.
Have you noticed that some zits just appear, last for a few days, and then leave, barely noticed? And others are horribly painful pimples that seem to stick around for days, if not weeks, on end.
Whether you are a teenager or an adult, there is nothing more frustrating than dealing with unsightly pimples. Acne is something that virtually every single person has had to deal with acne at one time or another. Even those enviable people who almost always have baby smooth, creamy complexions have experienced an embarrassing zit at […]
In treating a pimple, it is important to be patient and persistent. You can’t rush to make pimples disappear.
Contrary to popular myth, teenagers aren’t the only ones who deal with the embarrassment, pain, and frustration of acne.
Skin pimples aren’t just irritating, they can also be very socially crippling. Although many people see them as a normal part of adolescence, pimples can definitely hurt one’s self esteem. If you want to get rid of your skin pimples, then there are actually a lot of things you can do.
What causes pimples? Now there’s a good question. While the scientific community has not come to a definitive decision regarding the cause of acne, we do know how they form.
Even if you never deal with a severe case of acne, there will come the time when you want to know how to get rid of a pimple. Hopefully it won’t be on your way out the door to an interview or a big date!
Acne and Pimples can be a teenager’s worst nightmare. The most frequent cause of these two skin conditions are hormonal imbalances – which explains why they occur most frequently during puberty.